A sous chef is kind of like a deputy chef in the kitchen, coming after the executive chef in the ‘chain of command’, the job advertisement recently appeared on the Royal Household’s website and stated that the mandatory requirements were: a person must be willing to spend approximately three months of the year away from London working at other UK residences and must have a City and Guilds catering qualification (or equivalent).
The job will earn you a cool £23,000 ($35,670) per year for 45 hours work a week.
The job description goes on to detail:
Applications close on 10th May and you can apply for the job online through the Royal Household’s job application site, click here to see that.
The Royal Household kitchens are some of the most famously brilliant in the world. With only the finest chefs working for The Queen, dinner in the Royal Household is prepared by the finest chefs and state banquets always leave all guests satisfied, not only to be in the same company as Her Majesty, but also to be able to sample some of the most fantastic food.
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