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Types of Culinary Jobs


Cooking Jobs

The culinary industry is a big field that continues growing at a fast rate, offers thousands of job opportunities, and currently this industry is growing in the fine-dining industry that is why more people are interested in a culinary career due to the career prospects are so good. Keep in mind cooking jobs mean hard work and dedication but you will work with people that help you with your creations this way you will continue developing your talents and originality.

Cooking jobs are mainly in restaurants or hotels, but there are other places such as hotels, resorts, schools, corporations, the media, private homes and hospitality industry, such as aboard a cruise liner in which you can have a success and lucrative career, but you can also make your own opportunities.

Keep in mind that there is a intense competition for these jobs, so here you will find information about abilities, knowledge, skills, activities and requirements in different types of culinary jobs in which you can develop yourself.

ALTERNATIVES OF CULINARY JOBS

Baker
Pastry Chef
Bartender
 Baker
Baker is a professional that mixes necessary ingredients to produce breads, bakes or to create new recipes.
 Bread & Pastry Chef
This professional mixes ingredients to produce small breads and pastries for consumption or sale.
 Bartender
Bartender learns and knows recipes to prepare and serve drinks, and they can also create new drinks.
Chef and Dinner Cooks
Food preparation
Hambuger fast food
 Chef and Dinner Cooks
Chef and Dinner Cook measures, mixes, and cooks food according to recipes and needs of the customers.
 Chef & Cook
These professionals prepare, season, create and cook a variety of dishes or desserts ordered by customers.
 Fast Food Chef
Fast Food Chef prepare snacks for fast food restaurants such as tacos, hamburgers, pizza, etc.
Food & Beverage Chef
Diet Chef
Food Preparation Chef
 Food & Beverage Chef
Food and Beverage Chef is face to face with customers to plan and implement culinary requirements.
 Diet & Nutrition Chef
Food Diet and Nutrition Chef takes care the health of customers with planning the food and nutrition programs.
 Food Preparation Chef
Food Preparation Chef maintains the ingredients like vegetables, fruits and meats ready to cook or serve.
Food Service Manager
Food Service Supervisor
Cafeteria Chef
 Food Service Manager
Food Manager controls daily activities and operations in the restaurant to ensure the satisfaction of customers.
 Food Service Supervisor
Food Supervisor controls and monitors the activities to ensure the guarantee and quality of dishes and drinks.
 Cafeteria Chef
Cafeteria Chef prepares and cooks many dishes of food according to the sizes and types of the institutions.
Restaurant Manager
Short Order Cook
Buffet Chef
 Restaurant Manager
Restaurant Manager plans and organizes the needed activities, and controls the service in the dining room.
 Short Order Cook
Short Order Cook quickly prepares, cooks, and serves food according to request of customers.
 More Culinary Jobs
There are many types of Culinary Jobs, so the most important is passion and originality to create food.