Grand Central Bakery Production Baker 1 (Night Shift) in Seattle, Washington
Do you have a desire to develop artisan bakery skills? Would you like to make a career out of baking hand-crafted breads from the highest quality ingredients? Grand Central Bakery is hiring production bread bakers to produce our savory flaky pastries and flavor-packed rustic breads for our customers!
No experience necessary, we are willing to train!
The Baker 1 is responsible for learning to produce high quality artisan baked goods while maintaining efficiency and adhering FSMA requirements. This position requires an attention to detail, a desire to continually improve upon one’s skills as a production baker, and an ability to work cooperatively in a production level team environment.
Location: Seattle Wholesale, 21 S Nevada St., Seattle, WA 98134
Rate of Pay: This position pays $20.91 per hour. Opportunity for advancement at 180 days upon successful completion of a training program.
Schedule: Full-time, est. 4-5 shifts per week, night shift. Schedule flexibility and the ability to work weekends and holidays is required.
Grand Central Bakery acknowledges the importance of work-life balance. To the best of our ability, established days off are respected, vacation requests are accommodated to the best of our staffing abilities, and changes to the schedule are clearly communicated in advance.
Qualifications and Skills:
Must be at least 18 years old
Maintains food handler’s card – new hires are expected to have a valid card by their first date of work
Working knowledge of and ability to speak and understand basic English preferred
Basic math skills required
Ability and readiness to stand for eight-hour shifts and lift up to 50 pounds regularly
1+ year(s) professional baking experience preferred (not required)
Must have reliable transportation
Physical requirements include but are not limited to:
Bakers are required to stand for 100% of their shift.
Walking up to the equivalent of two miles per shift and may require carrying up to 30 lbs.
Working in warm environments. The production facility is constantly exposed to wheat flour dust and other grain dusts (rye, corn, oat).
Grand Central Bakery ignited a bread revolution in 1989 by introducing rustic artisan loaves to Northwest tables. Values are at the heart of our company and sustainability touches everything we do - from where we buy ingredients to how we care for our employees and invest in our communities. A Certified B Corporation, Grand Central Bakery is part of a global movement of organizations using business as a force for good.
Grand Central Bakery offers outstanding employee benefits as part of our total compensation package.
Employer paid medical coverage at 60 days for all employees working 25+ hours per week
Employer paid Healthcare Reimbursement Account (HRA) for insured employees ($5,000)
Paid Time Off
Accrues and is available to use immediately
Personal holiday time
401k with match at 1 year
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for healthcare, dependent care, and transportation
Company paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Reimbursement for bike commuting expenses
Training and opportunities for growth
Grand Central Bakery complies with applicable pay transparency laws in the locations where it does business. All job postings include the rate of pay for the position. For positions that have a range, the full range will be listed along with the expected starting compensation.
Equal Employment Opportunity
We are committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and strive to create a work environment of respect, trust, collaboration, and cooperation. It is the policy of Grand Central Bakery to maintain a workplace free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, physical, sensory, or mental disability, age, marital status, military or veteran status, family relationship, your or your family’s genetic information, or status in any other legally protected group. We expect each employee to embrace and apply these principles of equal treatment to each other and to our customers.
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