We’ve recently been named the best… and we’re looking for the best to help continue our journey onwards!

Here at The Headland we’re happy to say following a hugely successful few months we’re growing, and looking to take on chefs of all levels to work across our two contemporary restaurants.

Samphire is the only double-rosette awarded restaurant in Newquay and has recently been awarded the title of Cornwall’s ‘Best Restaurant’ by the Muddy Stiletto Awards. It’s a modern dining restaurant in a classic space, serving vibrant, relevant fare in a timeless setting with the perfect view.

The rosette-awarded Terrace is our more relaxed, beach-side offering. The menu here offers a relaxed selection of fresh local seafood, chargrilled cuts of the finest meats, hearty pasta dishes, seasonal salads and irresistible daily specials, along with expertly-muddled cocktails. Popular with locals and residents alike, The Terrace engages all the senses.

Come and join us at The Headland all we’ll give you a bonus of a £1000!*

inline_253_http://thechefsforum.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Headland-fire-200x300.jpgWhat else can we offer you?

*Usual hours of work are 48 per week, over 5 straight shifts!

*Live-in accommodation is available!

*We wash & launder chef uniforms ready for your next day, so you don’t have to!

*Enjoy discounted dining & accommodation for yourself, family & friends.

*We regularly invest in new, modern equipment so that our great chefs have a great place to work!

*We provide free meals to enjoy with the rest of your team whilst on duty.

*We have permanent, full time, year-round roles available.

*We strive to achieve work life balance for all and where possible will ensure your 2 days off per week are together.

inline_48_http://thechefsforum.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Headland-macaroons-300x291.jpgIf you are a reliable, self-aware chef looking to join a forward-thinking kitchen brigade, we look forward to hearing from you!

*Terms and conditions apply. Direct applications only. £500 to be paid after you’ve successfully passed your 13 weeks probationary period, with the remaining to be paid after six months.