The term ‘sous’ chef, hails from the French word … meaning ‘under’.
The equivalent Italian term would be … ‘sotto capo’ … which means ‘under the head’.

In organized crime groups, such as Sicilian or American crime families … the underboss is one of the key positions within their leadership structure. The underboss is, without question … the second-in-command!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Not much, really.

That said … our client is looking for a kitchen professional to work closely with the Executive Chef, as their second-in-command, Sous Chef … to keep things humming along!



This culinary leadership role requires hands-on performance and guidance for junior team members.

It also requires excellent execution of menu items while adhering to budgetary targets.
You will help direct culinary operations … under the guidance of a Chef.


Daily shift management, including labour controls and line check systems
Oversee all revenue periods and preparation and management of fresh made prep recipes
Management of prep charts ensuring freshness, shelf-life and proper food safe practices


Previous culinary leadership experience in a high volume, full-service restaurant kitchen required
Excellent high-volume culinary production skills
Team leadership in highly engaged kitchen area
The ability to provide consistent culinary and leadership direction during high revenue periods
Fluent in English (… both written and spoken)


SALARY: $50,000
OTHER: gratuities + vacation + wonderful development in a corporate brand

INTERESTED?  There are 3 things Mark Vandyke will need from you;

1. Send your resume to Mark at
2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; UNDERBOSS – 6K91-MTCHFBL
3. In a short email … please tell Mark how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

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