Multiple Chef Roles | Canberra

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    Posted On Sep 30 ,2014
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Job Description

  • Looking for a Tree Change?
  • Have best of both worlds, close to the snow in winter & beach in summer!
  • Be part of the ever growing food scene the Capital has to offer


Looking for a Tree Change?  Then we have the role for you!

Frontline Hospitality Canberra is currently recruiting chefs for a number of roles ranging from Hated Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs, Pubs and cafes.  If you are an up and coming chef then Canberra is the place for you.

We are looking for Apprentices, Commis, Demi, CDP’s, Sous and Head Chefs to work in some of Canberra’s finest establishments.

We’ve got 3 out of the top 50 restaurants in Australia, some of the best designed restaurants, a number of hated restaurants & the best boutique hotel in Australia, all looking for good quality staff wanting to make their mark on the Canberra food scene.

If this sounds like you please hit the “APPLY” button below and list what job number interests you.

Commis – Hotels – Job number 110522-110525

Chef – Clubs – Job number 110499 & 110501

CDP – Hotels – Job number 110654 / 109099

Apprentice – Hotels – Job number 109958

Pastry Chef (Commis) – Hotel – Job number 109964

Breakfast Chef – Hotel – Job number 109956

Breakfast Chef – Restaurant – Job number 110451

Senior Sous – Fine Dinning Restaurant – Job number 110167

Head Chef – Hotel – Snowy Mountains – Job number 110061

Head Chef – Hotel – Victorian Ski Fields – Job number 110555

Canberra is filled with all types of fun, interesting things to do for couples, singles or families. The capital city of Australia has national museums, tourist attractions, historical sites and many natural wonders. You can stay in posh hotels, or you can camp in the bushland surrounding the city. Whatever you want to do, you’ll find it in abundance in Canberra.

Canberra is a planned metropolis that architect Walter Burley Griffin envisioned as a garden city for some 25,000 people. The design was completed in 1912, and construction began in 1913. Political and economic complications prevented the city from being completed until the 1960s. Canberra is currently home to about 300,000 people. However, due to the unique de-centralized design, the city never feels crowded.

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Call TROY to discuss this role on 02 6162 4677, or simply hit the “apply” button at the bottom of this screen. You can also forward your current resume directly –

For a confidential discussion, please contact Troy Coelho on+61 2 6162 4677  or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.