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Sous Chef

General Information

United States of America
Rosewood The Raleigh Miami Beach
Food & Beverage - Culinary
Job Type
Full-time Permanent

Job Description

The Sous Chef is responsible for prep, set up, and providing quality service in all areas of hot food production, including, but not limited to: hot menu items, hotline specials, displays/ presentations of hot appetizers, entrees, side vegetable & potato dishes, sauce, stock, and hot sandwiches, in accordance with standards and plating guide specifications. Maintained organization, cleanliness, and sanitation of work areas and equipment. The Sous Chef is responsible for all aspects of managing the kitchen and kitchen personnel, ensuring the quality preparation of all menu items and proper handling/ storage of all food items in accordance with standards. Coordinates the purchase of all food and develops menus, maintaining approved food costs and labor costs.

About Us

Miami Beach’s iconic hotel, The Raleigh, will join Rosewood Hotels & Resorts' inimitable collection following a thoughtful revival spearheaded by renowned real estate development firm SHVO. Acclaimed architect and interior designer Peter Marino has been selected to helm the property’s highly anticipated restoration, embracing the vibrant neighborhood’s Art Deco District and the property's storied past. Originally constructed in the 1940s by Miami architect Lawrence Murray Dixon, Rosewood The Raleigh will be complemented with the addition of its two historic neighbors, the Richmond and South Seas Hotels, with each building’s historic Art Deco facade restored and integrated into the 60 room and suite property, the contemporary new tower adjacent to The Raleigh will house the Rosewood Residences Miami Beach featuring 44 private homes with unobstructed ocean views and prime ocean proximity. Working closely with the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board, the revival will focus on a meticulous restoration that includes Miami’s most iconic swimming pool known for its curvaceous design and tropical foliage. The Raleigh’s famed gathering places, the Martini Bar and Tiger Room, will be restored and reborn with an eye for both Miami’s historic Art Deco elegance and its modern roots. The hotel will also include the addition of Sense, A Rosewood Spa.