You already have at least six months experience in a head or executive chef role, so you are familiar with the unsociable hours and weekend working – in fact you thrive on it. But the real advantage of finding head chef jobs with Staff Heroes is that you choose the shifts you do and the businesses you work for. So if there are days and times you prefer to avoid, you can.
Some do. You might, for example, need experience with a high street brand or with a specific type of cuisine. With so many opportunities for London head chefs, however, you should find plenty of roles that match your specialisms.
Often, the clients who fill their head chef positions with Staff Heroes start with an urgent need – to cover sickness for example. As they get to know you however, it is common for our Heroes to be booked again and again. In some restaurants, therefore, your role may be purely about maintaining the quality of the food and managing the people creating it. In time, however, and depending on the client, you may also be asked to get involved with menu development, buying, and broader restaurant management issues.