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Chef Jobs in Suffolk

Chef

In the engineering sector, a Chef is responsible for managing food preparation tasks within professional facilities, such as on construction sites and staff canteens. Candidates do not necessary need to have previous experience working in the engineering sector to successfully secure a Chef position, if they have operated in a kitchen before preparing food.

Key responsibilities include designing nutritious menus, sourcing ingredients, and supervising cooking processes to maintain strict quality and safety standards. As a Chef you’ll also need to support with supervision of the kitchen team and assist management with planning work rotas.

Companies looking to hire Chefs typically require candidates to have food safety certifications, previous experience (not necessarily in an industrial environment), strong communication and time-management skills. To work in this role as a Chef you’ll need to be able to work under pressure, prepare large volumes of food, adhere to all food hygiene practices and you may be called upon to manage the food budget.

​Suffolk

​Suffolk is a coastal county located in East Anglia. The county is bounded by Norfolk to the north, Cambridgeshire to the west, Essex to the south and London's metropolitan area to the east. Suffolk is an area of natural beauty. It has a thriving arts and culture scene, with many festivals throughout the year.

The engineering sector in Suffolk is booming, and the region is home to Sizewell B power station. The industry is experiencing significant growth, with many companies looking to increase their capacity and workforce. This means there are more opportunities for skilled engineers.

Suffolk is easily accessible by road and rail services. There are two major motorways touching the edge of Suffolk, the A12 linking London and Ipswich, the A14 from Ipswich to Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.