Taste & Tribute, November 16, 2018 at Four Seasons Hotel SF
Presented by Tibetan Aid Project
a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1969
You will be the primary liaison to dozens of renowned chefs in the Bay Area, many who are Michelin star. This will include extending invitations and confirming their participation in Taste & Tribute 2018 (23-26 chefs total), acquiring their four-course menus and coordinating the details of the event.
Much of the work can be done from home, via email, phone calls and text, but periodic visits to the Tibetan Aid Project office in Berkeley will be needed. You will be working closely with Tibetan Aid Project directors for guidance, support and collaboration. Lunch or dinner will be provided when you are working from our offices at the Nyingma Institute.
Estimated work time is about 3 hours per week with some weeks where communication is more urgent and possibly more time-consuming. It might be helpful to have experience with fine dining, chefs and restaurants, but is not necessary.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, attention to detail and ability to follow through are necessary to be successful in this position. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and who wishes to contribute to helping Taste & Tribute 2018 be successful!
The Chef Coordinator provides an opportunity for someone interested in an event only position or as an entry to Tibetan Aid Project’s full-time work/study program.
Please check out our websites:
tibetanaidproject.org & tasteandtributesf.com
- Event Management
- People Skills
- Project Management
- Public Relations
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 20
- 3 hours a week