Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Peninsula Looks For Duffy's Replacement on Craigslist

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Curtis Duffy, chef de cuisine at Avenues at the Peninsula. (Photo: Peninsula Chicago)

Someone at Peninsula Chicago is being seriously lazy about hiring new staff for Avenues.

I stumbled across this Craigslist ad for listings for not only hostesses, servers and cooks, but a restaurant manager and chef de cuisine positions as well.

Come ON. This is the restaurant that not only scored a two-star Michelin rating, but top accolades from major media all over the world because of current chef de cuisine Curtis Duffy, who's leaving in September to work on opening his own restaurant.

See the complete ad below:

The Peninsula Chicago prides itself on ensuring that every guest has a truly exceptional hotel experience, and our approach is to offer 'Asian graciousness combined with Midwestern hospitality.' We rely on each employee's individual talents to exceed our guests' expectations.

Our success depends on the positive attitude, dedication and hospitality offered by our employees. We encourage a culture of open communication and provide our employees with a complete benefits package, a competitive salary and a professional working environment.

If you are passionate about serving people and genuinely interested in the care and comfort of people around you, The Peninsula Chicago may be the perfect environment for you. If you are interested in contributing to the success of The Peninsula Chicago and being a member of our outstanding team of hospitality professionals, please reply to the the link above.

AVENUES Restaurant is currently seeking:

Chef de Cuisine
Restaurant Manager
Cooks
Host/ess
Servers


***The ideal management candidate will have at least 5 years previous experience in a fine dining or luxury aspect of the hospitality field.***

***The ideal staff candidate will have at least 3 years previous experience in a similar position in luxury aspect of the hospitality field.***

***Please submit your resume noted with the specific position you are applying for on the subject heading to better route your credentials. ***

All positions are full-time unless otherwise noted.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

They are a corporate hotel, and as such, I think they have to do it this way, putting a public ad out. I think it's a legal thing. Park Hyatt does the same thing.

Anonymous said...

It's been done all the time by companies and institutions far more well known and prestigious than the Peninsula.

Anonymous said...

bored?