WILLIAMSBURG INN CULINARY ARTS
Type of Job
Description of Property
Representing the height of luxury in Historic Williamsburg, the iconic Williamsburg Inn has been reimagined to bring you the best of the old world and the new.
Staying true to its impressive Regency style, culinary options have been elevated to suit today’s evolved tastes. You’ll also enjoy stunning views of our legendary Golden Horseshoe Golf Course while you enjoy our newly expanded outdoor spaces and redesigned signature themed suites.
The Williamsburg Inn is the only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond-rated resort in the Historic Triangle.
About the job
As a Culinary Intern participant at the Williamsburg Inn, you work closely with our leadership team, developing key skills and core competencies that guide you on your successful and enriching journey through the world of hospitality and culinary arts.
A once in a lifetime experience!
Work with chefs and cooks with an introduction to each kitchen station, learning prep and execution for both AM and PM service, banquet, and special events.
Through specialized work plan rotations, you gain valuable experience in the culinary arts field, including:
Food preparation, kitchen operations, sanitation and safety, menu planning and development, guest service,
Critical thinking, problem resolution, teamwork, cost control, communication, and leadership.
Successful applicants are responsible for:
Preparing and cooking menu items to established quality standards.
Ensuring items are timely coordinated with other kitchen operations, presented at proper portions and temperatures, with all dish components present.
Adopting new methods of preparation as directed by Chefs and accommodating member's special requests as required.
Assisting with organizing, preparing, and maintaining food prep par levels.
Developing an awareness of business volume forecasts and plans accordingly.
Requisitioning items needed to produce menu items and notifying supervisors of expected shortages in a timely manner.
Assisting with receiving and storing products.
Ensuring kitchen sanitation standards are met in designated areas and assists in maintaining cleanliness in kitchen and food storage areas.
Observing food serves safe practices and all general safety protocols.
Participating in required trainings and meetings.
Performing other tasks and duties as required on training plan.you will work closely with our leadership team developing key skills and core competencies that will guide you on your successful and enriching journey through the world of hospitality and culinary arts.
Applicant must be:
Enrolled in a degree in culinary arts, gastronomy or related area or recent graduate.
Able to communicate in English.
Experience is not a must but a plus.
Salary and Benefits
Information coming soon...
Description of Location
Founded in 1632, Williamsburg was the first, and for a long time, the only municipality in Virginia. This made it the political, educational, and social center of the largest and wealthiest colony of the British Empire.
Today, the City of Williamsburg is an independent city with an estimated population of 14,954, as of 2019. Williamsburg sits along Interstate 64 corridor midway between Richmond and Norfolk/Virginia Beach — at the center of the Eastern Virginia region, which has a population of more than 2.5 million.
Greater Williamsburg, with its population of more than 94,000, has remained one of the fastest growing regions in Virginia over the past three decades.
136 Francis St E, Williamsburg, VA 23185, USA