Job Vacancy: A popular hotel, bar and restaurant in the heart of Letterkenny is seeking an experienced Sous Chef to join their team.We are recruiting for a dedicated Sous Chef with experience, drive and ambition for Mc Gettigans Hotel and Warehouse Bar + Kitchen.Reporting to the Head Chef the ideal candidate will be organised, efficient and have strong team leader skills and have the ability to assume responsibility for the kitchen in the absence of the Head Chef. At least 2 years recent experience of a Sous chef level position required. The successful candidate will;Have an enthusiastic, can do attitude and enjoy rising to the challengeBe qualified in professional cookery or equivalent.Have a passion for cooking food and culinary techniquesExperience and knowledge of implementing and monitoring HACCP proceduresAssist the Head Chef in the implementation of a profitable and cost-effective stock taking systemAssist in the ordering of all purchases and deliveries of fresh produce/dry goods.Ensure all fresh produce deliveries are of the highest standards and taking action regarding unacceptable standards of delivered produce.Assist in the checking of deliveries ensuring all produce is accounted for.Responsible for the Health and Safety and Hygiene standards in the Kitchen in the absence of the Head Chef.Assist the Head Chef in the constant strive for innovation and imaginative menus, taking into consideration, cost and profit achieved, sales mix, seasonal foods, etc.Assist the Head Chef in ensuring all dishes are prepared in a timely fashion and to the appropriate standards.Assist other kitchen chefs in the preparation of dishes, ensuring all dishes which leave the kitchen meet the required standards of presentation.Assist with the food preparation for banqueting events.Keep all areas of the kitchen clean and hygienic, and safe to work in.Follow rigidly all hygiene regulations.If you are interested in joining our team and have the relevant experience, we want to hear from you, please forward a CV to [email protected] Vacancy: Sous Chef required at Mc Gettigans Hotel and Warehouse Bar + Kitchen was last modified: June 21st, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:chefculinaryfoodhospitalityjobletterkennyMc Gettigans HotelVacancywarehouse bar + kitchen
The Indian team is preparing hard mentally for the tough squash competition at the Commonwealth Games beginning at the Siri Fort Sports complex on October 4.Speaking to Mail Today, national coach Cyrus Poncha said: ” It is going to be tough. In fact, I would say all the leading squash countries England, Australia, New Zealand and Canada are strong teams and playing against them will be a challenging task for us.” He said that if Egypt was here, the competition would have been like a World Championships.On India’s chances of winning a medal, Poncha said that the best chance stood with the women doubles pair of Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa, who are seeded second.” They have beaten almost all the leading world doubles players in the last eight months,” he said.Poncha also added that the duo is ranked second as they had won a major doubles title at the Manchester International. ” The pair won a major doubles title in Manchester in March that is what helped them improve their world ranking.Also, they gained a lot of confidence from this title victory,” he said.Poncha now feels that the crowd support could prove to be a decisive factor for his wards at the event. ” I am counting on the crowd support. I personally believe that crowd support can make a major impact.So, we hope the team gets motivated by the home crowd support to make a difference here,” he said.He also said that in the men’s section, leading player Saurav Ghosal will have to fight hard to win.advertisement”He will have to play out of his skin as he is seeded 11th. He has to upset at least a couple of seeds to stay in hunt for winning a medal here,” he said.The Chennai- based coach also said that the presence of former world No. 1 Nick Mathew and world No. 6 James Willstrop of England has made the competition a hard nut to crack. “They are both great players and the Delhi’ites will have a great time watching them play,” he said.The women’s draw is also a tough one. World No. 1 Nicol David has been drawn in Joshna’s half and it makes it really tricky for the Indian. Dipika also said her task is cut out. She will be playing a seeded player as early as in the second round. That will only add to her pressure.Discussing the prospects of the doubles pairs, Cyrus feels the eighth seeded combine of Gaurav Nandrajog and Siddharth Suchde stood a good chance to making it to the semi- finals. “They have a fairly good understanding and can create a few upsets in the event,” he summed up.
Kolkata: The Backward Classes Welfare department (BCW) has issued around 70 lakh Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and OBC certificates in the past eight years.The BCW is organising special camps in the city to issue caste certificates following the instruction of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. She had directed all the MPs, MLAs and councillors to hold special camps to issue the caste certificates. This is for the first time when special camps are being held in the city to issue such documents. Three camps have already been held so far where Minister of State for Tribal Development Chandrima Bhattacharya, state Power minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay and state BCW minister Rajib Banerjee were present. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe camps have been held in South Kolkata at Harijan Bustee in Ward 86, in areas that fall under Rashbehari Assembly constituency and in Dover Lane. S K Thade, Principal Secretary, BCW, said from these camps, around 1,000 certificates have been issued. People stood in long queues to submit their applications. The BCW will examine the documents and issue the certificates within a week. The special camps continued till late in the evening. On March 6, a special camp will be held at Muchi bustee at Janbazar in Central Kolkata. Before the camps are held, local councillors inform the residents and urge those who are entitled to the certificates to pay a visit positively. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAfter coming to power in 2011, Banerjee gave special attention to issue certificates to the SC, ST and OBC people. Earlier, the applicants had to wait for three to four years to get the certificates and often had to pay bribes to acquire them. It was learnt that between 2011 and 2013, around 12 lakh certificates for the SC, ST and OBC people have been given on an average per year. The officials in the districts were instructed to issue the certificates on a war footing after verifying the documents. Senior officials of the BCW were in constant touch with the district officials and the problems that cropped up had been ironed out. In all the administrative review meetings presided over by the Chief Minister, she had made it a point to inquire about the issuance of the caste certificates from the district officials including the District Magistrate. The SC, ST and OBC certificates are required to get admission in schools, colleges and universities and while applying for jobs in the government sector as well.