Company Overview:

Collective Retreats is a new, meaningful way to travel. Our portfolio of destination retreats allows our guests to explore unique destinations without sacrificing any luxuries, and to leave feeling inspired and connected.

 

Position Overview:

We are looking for a highly motivated, eager line cook to join our team that appreciate the out doors and working in the elements. We are a luxury camping retreat  with an eclectic approach to dinning. We exist in both the laid back casual dinning setting and the unexpected high end locally sourced farm tasting menu. We strive to provide the unexpected, staying true to our Texas roots while focusing on the nuance that makes for a memorable dinning experience. With a divers talented team the shelf for learning is vast, with menus changing weekly to working with fresh from the farm product we are not boring. Come ready to learn, work hard, have fun playing with your food and create delicious memories.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, cook and serve high quality breakfasts for our guests, per our menu
  • Prepare all meals in our local commercial kitchen, and then live action finish the meal with the guests at the retreat
  • Engage with guests and help to create an excellent experience for them
  • Clean and maintain all tools, equipment and dishes
  • Clean and maintain all kitchens in accordance to company standard operating procedures
  • Communicates meal and preparation needs with other members of the culinary team

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Must have a passion for working and being in the outdoors.
  • 2-3 years experience cooking for multiple covers per day is required
  • Culinary degree a plus
  • Approachable, presentable and professional – desires to create amazing experiences for our guests
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Hard-working, enthusiastic, flexible – desires new challenges and is self-motivated
  • Extremely well organized with a strong ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Strong team player who is willing to go the extra mile to deliver great service to our guests in an adventurous outdoor setting
  • Hard worker with a positive, can-do attitude. Willing to work long and sometimes erratic hours in a dynamic work environment

Requirements for Employment:

  • Fluent in English
  • Authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Able to work 20-40 hours per week and willingness to work on both weekends and weekdays, as needed

Compensation & Perks:

  • Hourly rate, plus tips earned
  • Friends and Family rate at all Collective Retreat locations

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