Spring is in the air and the excitement is palpable, as restaurants emerging from lockdown begin looking for new staff.
Chef René Redzepi of Noma in Copenhagen is looking for a senior front of house person to join his dynamic team. For a restaurant that has locked down twice, and flipped to burgers and back, this looks like a unique long-term opportunity for a skilled professional to join the team as they turn the page on an exciting new chapter.
"Leadership experience and a strong background in wine and beverage is preferable. We are also looking for someone willing to make a long-term commitment," said the post on @nomacph.
If you think you sound like the right person, send your application to [email protected]
Noma re-opens with a 'Summer Season' menu on 1 Junehighlighting seasonal vegetables and a little bit of seafood. "We can’t wait to show you all of the creativity and positivity that’s come out of a very challenging period," the website reads. Reservations are yet to open.
Redzepi and his team will dedicate the first day of opening to 100 Danish pandemic heroes as a way of saying thank you. A further 100 dinners will be offered for international residents once travel is possible.
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