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Room Chef

Company Name:
Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Entertainment means winning and it's our people who make that winning experience possible for our guests. So it's only natural that we would reward our people with excellent compensation and benefits as well as outstanding opportunities for professional growth. With nearly 40 casinos Caesars Entertainment is the largest gaming operator in the world. Come see what makes us the best and brightest!
The Room Chef will be responsible for the back of house operations at the Village Square Buffet located in Horseshoe Casino. They will be expected to provide an exceptional dining experience to our guests by building relationships and providing complimentaries and other personalized services. Other duties may include, but are not limited to:
The incumbent in this position is responsible for directing the preparation and ordering of all foods for the main kitchen.
Ensures that all foods are of the highest quality and that all operations are efficient and effective.
Coordinates with "front of the house" operations to ensure coordination of service to achieve food and beverage goals and standards.
Coordinates with Executive Chef and Food and Beverage Operations Manager to experiment with new cooking techniques and ingredient combinations.
Assesses ingredient cost and cooking/serving efficiency.
Tests for taste satisfaction, documents in recipe book and photographs new food items for standard presentation style in order to develop new menu items.
Works with Executive Chef to analyze food cost and forecast business trends in order to make recommendations for revision of menu prices that will most appropriately meet company goals.
These skills are typically acquired through a minimum of six years progressive food preparation experience in a multi-outlet operation or through the completion of a culinary arts degree or recognized apprenticeship and four years progressive food preparation experience in a multi-outlet operation.
Requisition Id: 834685

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