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Chef Jobs in Manchester

Join our Manchester Chef brigade and enjoy the freedom of deciding how, when and where you work.

If you are looking to work with a close-knit brigade and a specialist Recruiter who will always be honest and upfront, will delve into what you are looking for and have the resources to find your perfect job match, then read on…

Why work with CJUK?

Alongside the usual benefits of relief work (hourly rate and holiday pay accrual) our Chef brigade benefit from lots of other great schemes and rewards for their amazing work in the industry, such as:

  • Enrolment onto our pension scheme
  • Entry into monthly awards
  • Work towards becoming a CJUK Ambassador
  • Quarterly gifts
  • Branded workwear
  • Invites to regular social events
  • 24/7 access to an Employee Assistance Programme with Hospitality Action

How do we work together?

Whether you’re a Cook, Chef de Partie, Sous Chef of Head Chef, our goal is to fit your skills, experiences and preferences to the right place.

You have the opportunity to work across a variety of sites, from Restaurants and Hotels to Events and Contract Catering. Jobs can vary in length due to the reason for cover (sickness, holidays, a gap in recruitment) but start from 1 day to ongoing, always with a guaranteed minimum of 8 hours per day.

To see and apply for our latest temporary Chef jobs in Manchester, please visit our careers page.

So, if you are looking to partner with a recruitment specialist who will have your best interests at heart and who will always be on hand whenever you need, then contact CJUK on 01254 355666.

Alternatively, complete the below form and we will get in touch.

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