Jan 222017

Safari Park Hotel seeks to employ suitable Kenyan Citizens with the right attributes to fill the positions below;

Italian Chef Job Responsibilities

  • Overall running of the Italian kitchen and take full responsibility for health and safety standards within the kitchen.
  • In liaison with the Executive chef, design new Italian menus and implement the same.
  • Ensuring production and maintenance of high quality food in the kitchen.
  • Ensuring high standards of hygiene and cleanliness within the kitchen.
  • Control food cost to ensure it is within the preferred hotel levels.
  • Training and supervising of all staff under his / her control.

Qualifications for the Italian Chef Job

  • Age 28-45 years
  • Must have at least “O” level education with good passes.
  • Must be Kenya Utalii College graduates with food production training or any other reputable hotel college.
  • Must have knowledge and exposure of not less than 8 years 4 of which must be in an Italian kitchen.
  • Those with international exposure and computer literacy will have an added advantage.

How to Apply
Applicants meeting the above qualifications should send their application letters indicating the title of the position along with a detailed CV and copies of relevant certificates and testimonials to the address below to reach us by Friday February 3, 2017. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Human Resources & Admin. Manager
P.O. Box 45038-00100 NAIROBI

or email


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