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The Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning (WDLL) Department of Middlesex College invites applications for a part-time, non-credit Chef to support the following culinary instruction program during the 2023-2024 Academic Year:
  • Guest Chef
The successful candidate must have a thorough knowledge of savory and/or baking and pastry production, as well as the skills needed to produce successful dishes. Guest Chef must be able to instruct participants through demonstrations of recipes or the hands-on productions of recipes.


Please note that a non-credit Guest Chef is not an adjunct position.

Successful candidates teach courses in the WDLL Department.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Three years of experience as a chef
  • ServSafe® certification
  • Excellent knife skills
  • Knowledge of kitchen equipment
  • Organizational Skills
  • Great Interpersonal Skills
Supplemental Information:

Please include day, evening, and/or Saturday availability in your application.

WDLL is current seeking Guest Chef to assist in-person either during the day or the evening at the Edison campus. Please be aware that this is a pooled position for instructors. Completed applications will enable hiring officials to contact you when a hiring need arises.


Middlesex College

Middlesex College is a place where everyone has equal access to opportunity and a chance to THRIVE… in education, exploration, growth and personal progress.

Our students are recent high school graduates looking to take the first two years toward a bachelor’s degree; others want to start a great career right after graduating from Middlesex College. Some may be adult students who have been out of school for a while, looking to upgrade their skills or start college. They are returning military veterans seeking an education. They are also recent immigrants looking to improve their English skills or participate in workplace training.

Less than an hour from New York City, our home county is strategically located near lucrative career opportunities in technology, healthcare and business, with employers like Johnson & Johnson and the fast-growing autonomous technology industry.

Our students hail from every town in Middlesex County, the most diverse county in the state according to the 2020 U.S. Census, and nearly 40 countries.

Thanks to scholarships and grants, we make it possible for anyone to afford Middlesex College without getting into debt. Students and families who make less than $65,000 are eligible for grants covering the entire cost of tuition.

Our caring faculty nurture students as they prepare to transfer to a four-year college or enter the world of work, providing career guidance and extending help beyond normal office hours.

Middlesex College is an inclusive workplace that welcomes diverse perspectives and lived experiences, and values each person's contributions.

Join our team in serving a diverse population of more than 12,000 students. The campus community, representing a variety of ages, races, ethnicities, interests, and backgrounds, all work together toward the common goal of providing access to a quality, affordable education to a diverse population.

We understand that total rewards play an important role when choosing where to work. Full-time employees enjoy work-life balance, competitive and equitable compensation, and a friendly, inclusive work environment.

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