Cook CV

A Cook prepares food in a restaurant, often under the direct supervision of the Head Chef. However, a Cook is expected to make independent decisions when necessary. It is also expected of them to prepare food hygienically and safely. The cook generally does not set the menu directly, however, they are welcome to make suggestions from their expertise.

A good CV is recommended to interested candidates. A Cook will often work under the Head Chef, the Executive Chef or under the Sous Chef.

Sample Cook CV Template

Remy Smith

Parisian Street

Manchester

Vermont

ratatouille5546@gmail.com

Mobile No: +463 392304 20394

Telephone No: +834 982 923

Career Objective: To appease my hunger for cooking and serving by working as a Cook in a restaurant setting.

Professional Experience:

Japan Here, Manchester, 2005-2007: worked as a Chef preparing Japanese food for customers. I was expected to prepare the cuisine to better suit western tastes.

The Big American, 2007-Present: currently employed as a Chef making traditional American food.

Cook Objectives:

  • To prepare delicious food
  • To follow instructions from both customers and superiors
  • To ensure that food is prepared hygienically
  • To ensure that food is prepared safely
  • To prepare food according to the tastes of the public

Qualifications:

2001-2005: BA in Culinary Arts, University of Vermont

Achievement:

The food of Japan Here was featured in a TV show as having some of the best Japanese food on the East Coast.

Hobbies:

  • Writing Short Stories
  • Plumbing

References

“Upon request”