Chefs jobs in Paris


(Sarah Hague) #1

Butler and Chef’s Assistant Sought
(Full-time, 40 hour work week)

Minimum gross salary per month:

Euro 1,874.49

The U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO seeks an experienced employee to perform a wide range of duties in the residence. Under the direction of the Butler, the employee will perform housekeeping duties and serve at representational and private family functions. The successful candidate will assist the Chef in food preparation for small and large events and family gatherings and will be called upon at times to prepare food solo. He/she will also assist in the clean-up of the residential kitchen and public and private living spaces.

Requirements: Must be English-speaking. Must have a minimum of five years’ prior work experience as a housekeeper or butler with cooking responsibilities. Prefer individual who has worked for expatriate household. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well with a team.

Salary and benefits: Covered under the French Social Security system; retirement and national insurance plan administered by the Institut de Retraite Complémentaire des Employés de Maison (IRCEM). No housing provided. Thirteenth month bonus paid in December.

To Apply: Please submit a resume to Maryse Savignat at SavignatMJ@state.gov.



Chef Sought
(40 hour work week)

Minimum gross salary per month: Euro 3.218

The U.S. Mission seeks an experienced chef to work in one of its official residences. The chef is directly responsible for the operation of the kitchen and food preparation for all official and family events ranging in size from 2 to 100. The chef creates diverse menus and prepares food with special attention to dietary needs and restrictions, orders/purchases food with an eye on efficient cost management, and ensures that proper sanitation and hygiene standards are followed at all times.

Requirements: Bi-lingual English/French is required. Must have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible culinary experience, with outstanding skills in menu development. Completion of a degree in culinary arts is required. Current food handlers permit and safe food certification are required.

Salary and benefits: Actual salary will depend on qualifications. Covered under the French Social Security system; retirement and national insurance plan administered by the Institut de Retraite Complémentaire des Employés de Maison (IRCEM). Thirteenth month bonus paid in December. No housing provided.

To Apply: Please submit a resume to Maryse Savignat at SavignatMJ@state.gov