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  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Education: Diploma
  • Experience: 1 - 3 Years
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Vacancies:
  • Apply by: 29 Jul 2019

Job Description

Assistant Pastry Chef Skills and Qualifications

  • Culinary skills – from knowing how long to bake a specific dessert to utilizing knife skills, assistant pastry chefs must have exemplary baking skills, know their way around a kitchen, and understand the uses of baking equipment and implements
  • Creativity – adding their own personal touches to desserts and other baked items and introducing new and innovative items to draw in customers are standout abilities for assistant pastry chefs
  • Attention to detail – assistant pastry chefs must follow recipes and add the right amount of flavorings, seasonings, and other ingredients to create tasty and successful baked goods
  • Multitasking– it’s certainly not unheard of for assistant pastry chefs in fast-paced settings to be preparing more than one dessert at one time, while also supervising staff and ensuring safety processes are being followed
  • Team player – collaborating with head pastry chefs, kitchen staff, and servers make for a successful environment for assistant pastry chefs
  • Organizational skills – the food preparation industry can sometimes be chaotic; it is necessary for assistant pastry chefs to keep a neat and organized work area to avoid mistakes, safety issues, or customer service problems
  • Communication – strong verbal skills are a necessity for assistant pastry chefs, as they must speak and correspond with kitchen staff, supervisors, customers, vendors, and inspectors
  • Physicality – the ability to stand for long periods of time as well as stoop, lift, and bend are physical requirements associated with being an assistant pastry chef


  • Stock maintenance: As assistant pastry chef orders for various raw materials and ingredients used in a bakery and also stores the ingredients according to the storage requirements. He checks whether the existing stock can still be used, and if not, disposes it off and replaces it with new stock. He must order the ingredients even before they are over and maintain adequate stock of all ingredients all the time.
  • Cleaning and sanitization: Baking can get messy at times and the assistant pastry chef must help the pastry chef by maintaining a clean and hygienic environment in the kitchen. He must clean all the equipments, utensils, and refrigerator; empty the trashcans, and dispose off all the waste materials that are left over at the day end.
  • Repair and maintenance: The assistant pastry chef checks the functioning of kitchen equipments. He reports any malfunction in the equipment to the chef and also to the mechanic.
  • Solicit feedback and register complaints: The assistant pastry chef is also asked to solicit feedbacks from the customers regarding a new recipe or the current recipes served by the bakery. He registers their suggestion regarding improving the service and recipe and also registers their complaints.
  • Develop and experiment new recipes: An assistant pastry chef is involved in developing, experimenting and tasting new recipes and also modifying the current recipes to provide new offering to the customers.