The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia despite some drawbacks, more about this later, is home to thousands of well trained chefs. Those chefs who’ve traveled Saudi for work are, with few exceptions, there for one reason, money. There are other potential ancillary benefits too. The Kingdom boasts many superb luxury destinations and prestige restaurant brands. Alcohol may be off the menu but everything else your heart desires is very much on the menu.
Adrian Cummins, Chief Executive of The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI), sounded pretty pumped up today about the news that almost 500 new catering jobs have been created in the restaurant sector of the hospitality industry. Is his elation justified? Find out what we reckon after the ramp.[Read more…]
The Chefs CV (Curriculum Vitae) Resume page has just gone live on the TOPCHEFS website. See Chef’s CV Tips for catering jobs which, I’d like to emphasize, is not yet as fully polished as we’d like it to be. However as we’re aware of a lot of interest among chefs, on how to best optimize their CVs for success in the very competitive catering jobs market of today, we decided to publish and be damned. Eventually, as part of our program to
Success at finding chefs jobs begins, how….?
Those chefs who are most successful at finding chefs jobs in the catering industry, whether in Dublin or elsewhere in Ireland, are almost always those chefs still employed by a catering business of some description. So how do these chefs manage their job moves? Some use catering recruitment agencies, others hear of opportunities by word of mouth and still others begin by