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Sep 262019
 

  • Responsible for the hiring and training of all those who work with and under him.
  • Manage all the restaurants within a corporate group
  • Able to manage restaurant kitchen department minimum of 20 staffs with its own executive chef, sous chefs, and line cooks.
  • Must have an experience in international cuisine such as Arabic, European, Asian and American.
  • Must have an experience in Catering and Fine Dinning.
  • Must have an experience also in Coffee shops which have cakes, pastries, hot and cold beverages. 
  • Good management skills are critical.
  • Salary Range: QAR 20,000 to 25,000

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-09-24
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Hospitality and Tourism
Company Industry: Hospitality & Accomodation; Catering, Food Service, & Restaurant

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Director/Head
Nationality: United Arab Emirates; Albania; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Bahrain; Belarus; Czech Republic; Djibouti; Algeria; Estonia; Egypt; Croatia (Hrvatska); Hungary; Iraq; Jordan; Comoros; Kosovo; Kuwait; Lebanon; Lithuania; Latvia; Libya; Morocco; Moldova; Montenegro; Macedonia; Mauritania; Oman; Poland; Palestine; Qatar; Romania; Serbia; Russian Federation; Saudi Arabia; Sudan; Slovenia; Slovak Republic; Somalia; Syria; Tunisia; Ukraine; Yemen
Degree: Diploma

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