Beverly Hills, California Dec 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – With the holiday season underway and generally fewer people eating out due to the COVID crisis, private chefs are in high demand across the nation.
Placement agencies are struggling to fill those positions because there is a major shortage of Executive Chefs.
“We have plenty of high-end clients looking for a private chef to hire and there are private chef jobs available, but filling the vacancies has been challenging,” said Christian Paier, of Private Chefs Inc (PCI). “Right now, we have approximately 26 full-time private chef jobs to fill for high-net-worth individuals, but half of those openings don’t have enough qualified candidates.”
“We have open positions in these areas: Massachusetts, New Jersey, Florida, California, Manhattan, Texas, Washington State, Las Vegas, and Connecticut,” added Paier.
Private Chefs Inc is the Elite private chef’s placement agency in the World, with the head office in Beverly Hills and branches in New York, Palm Beach, San Francisco, Dallas, Washington DC, London, and Hong Kong.
PCI specializes in full-time long-term Private Chef placements for Ultra High Net-worth individuals Worldwide.
Our client list includes A-list celebrities, sports stars, musicians, captains of industry, and the political elite through its branches all over the World.
We provide Private Chefs for Royal Palaces, Estates, Mega Yachts, and Private Jets.
“PCI is actively searching for new talent with the experience and skills to serve our valued clients,” announced Paier.
We encourage chefs to look at our website https://privatechefsinc.com/category/jobs/ and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/privatechefsinc (410,000 followers) for job postings and find out what’s available.”
Source :Private Chefs Inc.
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