Project Description

Work conditions

  • Contract length – 6 months
  • Valuable experience and great career opportunities
  • Great possibility to see the world


  • Note that this is general conditions and requirements for a particular position. Salary and work conditions may differ, depending on a cruise company.

Essential duties and responsibilities

  • Must have excellent food knowledge and a full understanding of culinary terms
  • Must be able to read, understand, follow and prepare company recipes by maintaining the quality and consistency in taste according to the instructions provided by the corporate office
  • Must be proficient in effecting completing tasks, work efficiently and productively
  • Must be able to work in any section of a kitchen
  • Coordinate and supervise all personnel assigned to his/her section, assign and delegate tasks accordingly
  • Undertake recipe reviews on a daily basis. Maintain recipe folders in an immaculate condition
  • Responsible to follow-through on any request within the area of responsibility received from the direct supervisor or manager on duty; this may include show plates, food samples and random food tastings
  • Control production levels and recommend ideas for improvements and better cost controlling
  • Prepare daily Electronic food requisitions needed for his section production and countercheck deliveries   for its accuracy; Report any discrepancies to his immediate supervisor
  • Must be able to oversee any main section (Sauce, Entremetier, Fish, Roast, Outlet CDP, Tournant and Cold Kitchen) and its entire food production
  • Maintain and ensure that Public Health are followed according to company standards and expectation (referring to US, Anvisa, Shipsan, Canadian, Australian etc) and followed at all times within his section
  • Reports for duty at assigned times, follows his/her supervisor’s instructions, and ensures that personal appearance, uniform and personal hygiene are in accordance with the company’s rules and regulations
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Last updated: 19 December, 2016