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Are you a ‘people person’ who enjoys building relationships? Are you driven, focussed and determined and would like unlimited earning potential whilst working as part of a high performing, established team?

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CJUK are an award-winning, national chef recruitment business with a focus on temporary and permanent placements. Every person in the team is passionate about hospitality and challenging the way businesses approach chef recruitment given the current skills shortages.

Chefs within the hospitality sector are in high demand and business within the industry is at an all-time high, so CJUK are on the lookout for vibrant and energetic people to join our expanding team based in our state-of-the-art offices in Blackburn.

CJUK officesOur workforce is made up of a combination of home grown talent, from those who have completed an apprenticeship with us and moved into leadership roles, to ex-chefs and hospitality professionals who have taken their career in a different direction.

As an Investors in People Gold Award winner, we pride ourselves on ensuring that our team are the very best that they can be.

At CJUK, we offer excellent career progression and vast opportunities for both personal and professional development.


Some of the fantastic benefits we offer to our staff include:



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Want to Join our Brilliant Team? 

If you are interested in joining CJUK or would like to learn more about how you can work for us, please contact our Director, Katie Mellor, for a confidential chat today on 01254 355666. You can view all our latest vacancies on our jobs page.

In the meantime, visit our Meet the Team page to see the fantastic people you could be working with!


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🍽️ Chef de Partie wanted 🍽️ 🍽️ Hotel 📍 Oxford💷 £16+ p/hWe are looking for a strong CDP to work in an on-site restaurant kitchen within a luxury hotel on an ongoing basis.The restaurant is well known in the area and caters for both residents and non-residents. The hotel is a popular choice for weddings and other functions so 2+ years’ experience in busy kitchens is needed. If you want more information for this role or are looking for temp Chef work, get in touch! 📞 01254 355666📩 Info@CJUK.co.uk📥 Dm us Or check out the link in the Bio! ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are looking for extra work over the Summer period as you are on a break from your permanent job then give us a call 📞 01254 239363. We have loads of summer contracts to keep you busy ☀️👨‍🍳jobs.chefsjobsuk.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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