Friday, July 27, 2012

Indigenous Trainee Chefs Wanted

Would you like to train with one of Australia’s Top Chefs in a leading Sydney restaurant that supports Indigenous culture?

You don’t need to be great in the kitchen yet, however, you do need a fantastic attitude, be willing to work hospitality hours and undertake a unique qualification offered by the National Indigenous Culinary Institute. The Indigenous Trainee Chef program is a three year course that pays Indigenous people while you train and gain excellent experience in top Sydney restaurants.
You could be working with top chefs like: Neil Perry Michael McMahon Guillaume Brahimi

 How to apply: Twelve Trainee Chefs will be selected through a one week competitive selection process beginning on 13 August 2012. You will have the chance to show the top chefs that you have what it takes to work in their restaurants.
Successful applicants will begin the Trainee Chef program in October 2012.
For further information regarding this project please call Anita from the Max Volume Projects Team on 02 4747 7906
Or email suitable resumes to:
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute is supported by the Indigenous Land Corporation.

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