Chef Instructors will have two major responsibilities: teaching and operating
the training kitchen.
Benefits: Leadership in the area of teaching in a new higher education
environment. Exploration of career path in academia and development of
Workload: 23 hours per week (including preparation time, in-class hours,
back-of-house duties, and office hours)
Serve as Executive Chef and Kitchen Manager for the Hospitality Lab
Plan and manage all aspects of the back-of-the-house operation.
Implement quality control on food and beverage.
Manage staff in the back-of-the-house operations.
Monitor and manage food requisitions, costing and inventory.
Prepare and supervise daily mis-en-place and ensure that all sections are
readily supplied with fresh and high-quality products based on anticipated
Design and implement menus for restaurant service and special events as
Serve as Instructor for food production or F &B-related classes
Develop curriculum and topics that meet the program / course learning
Plan and prepare weekly lectures, class activities or necessary pre-class
Develop and ensure a constructive, safe, and positive learning environment
Deliver lectures in a classroom setting or practicum sessions at the
Facilitate active learning and engage students learning progress by
providing different activities or group discussions.
Hold 60 minutes of office hours every week to support students if they
have any queries.
Supervise students during practicum following health and safety standards
in the kitchen.
Advise, evaluate students' assessments, and provide feedback
Coordinate with Sous Chef Instructor to deliver the course effectively.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of College or his delegates.
KEY SELECTION CRITERIA
Having at least 4-5 years of experience in the culinary area and/ or
restaurant management with a broad subject background enabling
contributions to teaching programs.
Having a master's / doctorate degree in related fields would be a
Having experience in some teaching and learning methods to elevate the
Having a high spirit and strong passion for education; entrepreneurial
mindset to embrace changes and take on new challenges; team player and
willing to contribute to organizational goals.
Having good written and verbal communication skills in English.
The salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with qualifications
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered for a chef instructor position, please submit a cover
letter, CV, sample syllabi, teaching statement, and contact information of
three professional references to Human Resources at
If shortlisted, candidates will be invited to campus for a job talk to
conduct a mock teaching of a selected topic from the syllabus, and to
present their teaching philosophy to the search committee.