All good things must come to an end and the time has come for Chef Bryan to move on to new things. We’ll miss him a bunch and wish him the best, but know life has some awesome things in store for him. Best of luck, Bryan!
And now we are charged with the difficult task of replacing him. Here’s what we’re looking for:
–Honesty, reliability, and a genuine commitment to Kaleidoscope Cafe’s growth and success
–Someone who can regularly create new menu items and specials
–Someone who will create delicious soups from scratch
–Someone who can butcher (i.e. break down a tenderloin and skin a salmon)
–Someone who can run a shift by supervising staff, cutting employees when appropriate, and maintaining a clean kitchen. (This person must also be able to provide high quality and consistency during each shift.)
–Someone with a demonstrative knowledge of food safety practices
This position is PERFECT for an experienced line cook who is looking to move up and gain more responsibility and knowledge in the restaurant business.
Does this sound like you? Great! Please send your resume to info AT kaleidoscopepgh DOT com.
Not you? That’s okay. Please feel free to pass this post along to anyone you think might be interested.
Thanks friends (and stay warm out there!),
Chef Dan and Akirah
[Photo credit: Amy Lynne Vogel]