Team Chef (6 month FTC)

Berlin, Germany · Pro-Gaming expand job description ↓

Description

Fnatic is seeking a Team Chef for our Berlin League of Legends team hub over the 2019 summer split period. You’ll prepare healthy, balanced meals, and have the freedom to create your own menus to surprise and delight our team.


Your mission is to:

  • Prepare 2 meals per day (lunch and dinner) 5 days a week (Monday to Friday)
  • Build understanding of player and staff food preferences, and cater for alternative options wherever possible
  • Contribute to player performance through healthy dietary plans, serving sizes, and enticing presentation
  • Shop for weekly groceries and maintain food stocks within the designated budget
  • Maintain a clean and professional workplace, and ensure kitchen utensils and cookware is cleaned and stored properly
  • Maintain food stores and ensure stock is fresh and within use before dates
  • Coordinate with the facility manager to keep the kitchen and dining areas clean and orderly
  • Foster a positive social environment that acts as a respite from the pressures of work and practice
  • Follow accepted food hygiene and safety guidelines

Requirements

We’re looking for:

  • A proven chef with creative flair and desire to try new things
  • Strong time management, and ability to work to the strict schedules of our players and team
  • Faultless hygiene and approach to safety
  • An approachable team player who does their best to accommodate requests
  • Someone meticulous who takes pride in the quality of their work
  • An excellent verbal communicator in English, additional languages desirable
  • Knowledge of international cuisines desirable

Benefits

What we have to offer:

  • The chance to work with one of the premier teams within global esports
  • Work from our cool Berlin base for an international company with 8 other locations around the world
  • A generous welcome allowance to spend in the Fnatic shop
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