Chef de Partie
Required Years of Experience
The menu is influenced by Chef Dae Kim's Korean heritage presented through the lens of modern Korean American technique and sensibilities.
Chef de Partie role is a unique position that combines both advanced preparation, station oversight, as well as guest-facing presentation. This requires both high level ability, attention to detail, and strong verbal communication skills.
Industry leading salary
Consistent schedule, closed Sunday and Monday
Continual growth opportunities
Prepare and cook high-level dishes in line with Noksu standards and expectations
Oversee designated station, ensuring that all dishes are prepared and presented to the highest standards
Train, mentor, and inspire members of the kitchen team, providing guidance and support
Maintain a clean and organized workstation, following all sanitation and hygiene standards
Adhere to all food safety regulations and consistently follow proper cooking techniques
Previous experience working in a Michelin rated restaurant preferred
Culinary degree or equivalent certification from a reputable institution
Strong knowledge and skill of advanced cooking techniques
Excellent attention to detail, ensuring precision and consistency in preparation and presentation
Ability to work effectively in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment
Strong organizational skills, the ability to multitask and prioritise
Advanced communication skills
Please submit resume in PDF format
Please inlcude 2 professional references
Noksu is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Previous applicants need not apply.
Compensation: Hourly ($10.65) plus tips
Estimated Weekly Tips: $750
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Part of The Circle Group
Nōksu is helmed by Chef Dae Kim, a Korean native, who found his calling here in the U.S working at many restaurants, most recently Per Se.
Nōksu offers a 12-course tasting menu served at a 13-seat counter within our kitchen. Chef Dae presents imaginative interpretations of Korean fare through the lens of modern American technique and sensibilities.
The space is designed by Claire Soojin Kim of Team Standard Design. Inspired by Korean ink-and-wash paintings, the space reflects the calm yet intense atmosphere found in a valley. An eight-seat private dining room is located to the rear.