Chefs to Abisko Mountain Station, Summer 2019

Svenska Turistföreningen är en av Sveriges största ideella organisationer och har sedan starten 1885 varit pionjärer för att upptäcka Sverige. Genom att guida och inspirera till små och stora äventyr vill vi att fler människor ska få möjligheten att förstå och dela vår upptäckarlust. Vi vill värna om och utveckla våra unika miljöer så att vi kan lämna över dem till nästa generation. Föreningen har cirka 240 000 medlemmar och ungefär 300 boenden i Sverige, från fyr och fjällstation till skepp och hotell. Internationellt är STF en del av vandrarhemsorganisationen Hostelling International med 4 000 anläggningar i 90 länder. Varje år arrangeras tusentals aktiviteter och kurser på anläggningarna och i föreningens ungefär 65 lokalavdelningar. STF ger ut medlemstidningen Turist. Helårsanställda är cirka 250 och STF omsätter ungefär 330 miljoner kronor. Läs mer om STF och upptäck Sverige på www.svenskaturistforeningen.se/ eller www.facebook.com/svenskaturistforeningen


STF Abisko Mountain Station is the northernmost mountain station run by the Swedish Tourist Association, and it is situated in the Abisko National Park. It has been here for 120 odd years. We have 377 beds, a KRAV-certified restaurant, KRAV certified shop which includes sports rental equipment, we have a funicular and guided tours. Our guests come from all over the world year round.

Working in Abisko is much more than just a job; it’s a way of life. Our unique location in the middle of a national park makes it easy to enjoy the spare time. The proximity to Norway with its fjords and its beautiful mountains is an extra perk.

Do you want to be part of our team? We’re looking for flexible chefs full of initiative who wants to work in our kitchen!
 
At Abisko Mountain Station the food is part of our guests' overall experience, and for us it is important to pay full attention to our courses and that they are cooked with great care and good ingredients. The White Guide nominated restaurant offers our guests service between 7.30 am to 10 pm, including breakfast, lunch buffet and a three course dinner. We actively prepare our dishes with KRAV-certified products and incorporate the Scandinavian culinary heritage.
 
The chefs at the mountain station mainly work the evening shift, but day shifts including lunch are also a possibility. In the evening a three course meal and at least one other dish is served, and it is usually the highlight of the day for many of our guests.
 
We are looking for chefs who are meticulous, who can work independently as well as in a team and who can deliver good quality under time pressure. You put that extra final touch on your creation and can at the same time learn from and contribute to your colleagues. We work hard to have an open and respectful environment in the kitchen where everyone feels involved, and where we help each other as a team.

Other aspects that are of interest to the position:

  • Salary and benefits are according to the HRF-Visita union contract
  • The position is seasonal and the workload is between 80% and 100% of a full time position
  • The season starts on June 10 and lasts until September 30. We are especially keen on persons who can work in the month of September.
  • We offer living accommodation in our new personnel residence, including your own room, bathroom and shower, and where you share a kitchen and other common areas with your peers.
Apply by filling out the application form with your Resume and a Letter. Tell us who you are, why you apply to the position in Abisko, and please provide us with at least one reference. Apply as soon as possible as we select candidates continuously.

Please visit our website at www.svenskaturistforeningen.se/abisko

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