Executive Chef, Hotel Salary
An Executive Chef, Hotel earns an average salary of $68,824 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
|Salary||$38,382 - $98,823|
|Bonus||$30.41 - $23,672|
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XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|$38,666 - $105,299|
Job Description for Executive Chef, Hotel
An executive chef for a hotel provides a fine dining experience in the restaurant of a hotel. This chef usually manages other chefs and cooks. The chef will often be responsible for the training of kitchen staff.Read More...
The executive chef may also be expected to come up with marketing strategies to attract customers, which may involve improving the image of the company, modifying the menu, and changing the display and presentation of foods. In some places, the chef may be expected to interact directly with customers, so it is important to have a friendly demeanor and to look presentable. Some positions will require the chef to be able to create custom meals for customers. In other positions, the chef will personally shop for the ingredients that are to be used in the meals, so it is important to pick out the best-quality ingredients. Budget management is also important. The chef may also coordinate room service efforts. It is important to make sure that hygiene practices are observed within the kitchen, and that the kitchen is free of hazards. This will prevent any diseases from being passed into the food, as well as injuries happening on the job.
Since this is an advanced position, many years of experience will be expected. In some positions, the executive chef may be expected to have completed culinary school. Most positions will require a demonstration of skill prior to being hired.
Executive Chef, Hotel Tasks
- Develop menus, special dishes and supervise food preparation.
- Oversee back of house labor percentages and budgets, cost of goods sold and other expenses.
- Manage all food and beverage operations, quality and related costs.
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