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Willow Creek Community Church

South Barrington, Illinois, United States

Date Posted:
Business/Administration - Church Staff
Church Size:
over 10000
Job Type:
Willow Creek Community Church
Job Description:
Harvest-Executive Chef/Kitchen Manager (full time)

Have you ever thought about using your culinary talents to serve the church? Experienced full time Executive Chef / Kitchen Manager needed for our high volume food court in this Christian work setting. A strong passion for the food service environment and respect for the processes and procedures needed to operate with excellence a must. Kitchen management background in supervising teams, menu planning, scheduling and budgeting food costs required.

If you have the diversity of experience in a variety of high volume settings, this role may be a fit for you. Culinary degree or at least 6 years of Culinary Management experience is required whether catering, hotel or restaurant. Great benefits include standard 40 hour work week, 2 days off per week & no late nights. Typical schedule includes working Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings.

If you think this position describes your experience and skillset, then we’d like to hear from you!

Please complete an Employment Application and Pre-Interview Questionnaire found on our Website's Employment Page.

Then forward the Application, Questionnaire and your Resume to this EMAIL Address: HR@Willowcreek.org

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Willow Creek Community Church

Willow Creek Community Church was founded on this conviction: People matter to God; therefore they matter to us. God bridged the unfathomable chasm between His holiness and our sin-stained humanity through the death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. Luke 19:10 tells us, “The Son of Man [Jesus] came to seek and to save the lost.” We humbly recognize that we are among those Christ seeks and saves. Jesus went beyond a mere rescue mission; He transformed lives. In Matthew 6:10, He taught His followers to pray, “Your will be done on eart More...