Culinary Jobs of the Week: January 9-15, 2012

By on Monday, January 9th, 2012

Sweet opportunity at a well-known townhouse on 61st St.–and more. Highlighting jobs for seasoned food pros and beginners.

David Burke's Townhouse restaurant in NYC seeks talented pastry chef.

1. Work for David Burke and his renowned riffs on American ingredients and dishes (think firecracker applesauce, shrimp hash) is looking for a new pastry chef with 2 years fine dining experience and a penchant for sublime experimentation.

2. Here is a great chance to break in to food styling with Reader’s Digest Taste of Home magazine. Must have two years experience making food look pretty and some clips to prove it. Food Stylist job is in Greendale, Wisconsin.
3. Looking for a way to make your food background help communities in need? Boston’s The Food Project is looking for an executive director to lead its 10-year-old company to the next level. This NPO connects farming communities with teens who work the land and learn to raise food. Job is high-level, working with stakeholders, community partners, agencies and a large staff to stay true to the organization’s mission.

 

Written by Erika Kotite

Erika Kotite is an editor, writer and owner of Toque.

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