Bus Whisky is looking for an independent working cook

Bus Whisky is looking for an independent working cook
February 28, 2021

Due to the expansion of our company we are looking for an independent working cook (24-38 hours) You will work inthee open kitchen othede farm restaurant of Bus Whisky and De Heische Hoeve. Regional products and/or whisky are your passion! And with all that deliciousness from your own farm and distillery you prepare delicious dinners. Independently running a restaurant kitchen is something you are quite familiar with.

And of course you don't do this alone! Together with our team and the operating crew, you ensure a good atmosphere inthee open kitchen. Because job satisfaction is of course a high priority. And we make sure that every 3 weeks you have a weekend off and that you can periodically work early shifts, so you have an evening to yourself.

As an independent working cook, you can work in all directions within our company. The main focus is onthee farm restaurant at Bus Whisky (www.en.buswhisky.com/boerderijrestaurant), but there are also opportunities in food design anthede production of regional products, providing workshops and in our farm store the de center of 's-Hertogenbosch. We try to make this job a tailor-made suit that seamlessly connects with your interests and ambitions. So if you like variety you've cometheo de right place.

Has your interest been piqued? Then take a quick look at www.heischehoeve.com/zelfstandig-werkend-kok for more information or to apply directly. Or call us for more information: 0413-229153

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