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    Just saw an ad for a position as executive Chef at the Sanctuary Hotel in Cap Cana, if anyone is interested.

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    I am very interested.

    I have worked in Santo Domingo for the past 5 years in an Executive Chef capacity.

    In addition, I studied at the Culinary Institute of America and worked in New York & Miami.

    Please provide details as I can email my updated resume. My email is [email protected].

    Thanks

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    Call the Sanctuary Resort and ask for email adress of human resources, i just saw it in a newspaper but dont have the details.

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    Secrets Sanctuary Cap Cana
    Playa Juanillo
    Cap Cana, Punta Cana
    Dominican Republic
    Phone: 1-809-544-4343
    [email protected]

    I would suggest phoning.

    Gregg

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    OK Thanks-
    Will do

    -Steven

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    Don't Forget To Post Your Menu and Pics if you land the position

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    Kind of scary that a major hotel that has just been taken over by new management, and is trying to become an international 5-star destination is advertising in a local newspaper for an EXECUTIVE Chef! At the rates this hotel charges, with the kind of clientele that it hopes to attract, you would expect them to bring in someone from a major hotel in the US or Europe with experience creating an international menu for high-end travelers.

    Nothing personal, or no slam on local professionals, but this hotel charges thousands for a suite. The food there has been totally mediocre, and all the chefs have been local. Only the David Crockett steakhouse was any good.

    But, if it's going to be an all inclusive, I guess the key will be quantity of food, not quality! Too Bad!

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    They are looking for an international chef, AM Resorts is taking over, my guess is a salary of around US 4-4500, plus all benefits like living in etc.

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