Executive Chef / Shipboard
American Cruise Lines is the leader in Small Ship Cruising! Our uniquely designed vessels, culturally enriching destinations and utmost care to our passengers have enabled us to provide the most desirable small ship cruise vacations anywhere.
American Cruise Lines makes it a top priority to offer a first-class dining experience at every meal. Exceptional cuisine is prepared by chefs who have extensive culinary credentials and training from some of the most prestigious culinary institutes. Using only the freshest ingredients, menus are inspired by regional and local specialties.
The Shipboard Executive Chef is responsible for delivering the best tasting food possible. The Chef is responsible for the delivery of an exceptional culinary experience at every meal. This is a hands on working Chef position. The Executive Chef will be intimately involved with every plate served to our Passengers through general planning, preparation, and presentation.
The Execute Chef will possess leadership and management skills while Directing, Coaching, Supporting, Supervising, and Evaluating the performance of all Galley Crew Members.
While living onboard, our Chefs enjoy comfortable living quarters and a challenging culinary working environment. Our Galleys are new and well equipped with a spectacular view. The freshest regional ingredients will be supplied to you. American Cruise Lines offers a very competitive pay rate, comprehensive benefits and a 401K. Travel expenses are also paid for by the company to and from our ships.
Desired Qualifications and Requirements:
Minimum 3 years Executive Chef in full service resort, hotel or cruise ship
Familiar with food safety standards
Pre-employment drug test
Complete criminal background check
Training and Teaching experience
Ability to be on a work rotation of 6 to 8 weeks onboard followed by 1 to 2 weeks off
American Cruise Lines - 20 months ago
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