Pastry First Cook Jobs
By Eldorado Resort At Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Experience working in a fast-paced environment
Culinary training from a recognized institution preferred, or equivalent experience
Minimum 1 year experience in a professional kitchen
Extended Health and Dental Benefits
Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
Must hold valid food safe certificate
Pastry Cook Jobs
By Stellar Personnel At Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Experience working in a restaurant, catering company, or event venue.
Working knowledge of baking techniques and the pastry-making process.
Prepare ingredients, handle baking and other kitchen equipment.
Create pastries, baked goods, and confections by following a set recipe.
Decorate pastries and desserts to ensure a beautiful and tasteful presentation.
Availability to work for 1-7 days per week.
Pastry Cook Jobs
By Teatro Group At Calgary, Alberta, Canada
A minimum of 2 years of pastry experience in a similar environment
Sound knowledge of preparation of baked goods and desserts
Sound knowledge of current sanitation processes
Ongoing communication with the Chef/Supervisor/team to discuss preparation of all baked items, dessert components and function desserts.
Daily production, handling, storage, rotation and service of all baked items.
Ensure proper storage, handling and rotation of all pastry goods

Are you a passionate pastry chef looking to take your skills to the next level? Join our team at Thierry and help us create delicious desserts that will tantalize the taste buds of our customers! We offer a creative and supportive environment where you can hone your craft and develop your skills. Come join us and be part of something special!

1. What experience do you have in pastry cooking? 2. What techniques do you use to create unique and delicious desserts? 3. How do you stay organized when working in a busy kitchen? 4. What do you do to ensure food safety and sanitation? 5. How do you handle customer complaints? 6. What is your experience with plating desserts? 7. How do you handle working under pressure? 8. What do you do to stay up to date with the latest trends in pastry cooking? 9. What do you think sets you apart from other pastry cooks? 10. What do you think are the most important qualities of a successful pastry cook?