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Third Shift Baker at Panera Bread in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

Type: Full Time

Job Description:

We're Hiring Overnight Bakers!Overnight BakerA fresh approach to work When you join Howley Bread Group as a Baker, you join in our belief that food should not only taste good, but also be good for you. You will be a part of something special where you will have the opportunity to connect with our amazing customers, impact our growing business, and most importantly serve local communities across the country. Come make a difference with Panera as a Baker today! Panera s essence of warmth and quality begins with baking. This is an opportunity to provide an unparalleled quality product to each of our guests, and to explore potential career paths with Howley Bread Group. Part-time and full-time positions available.Baker Night ShiftAbout the Baker position: As a Baker you will work diligently and with flexibility You will be held to the highest standards in quality and consistency Have the ability to coordinate daily responsibilities and uphold the procedures that ensure we deliver the products our customers loveWe are looking for: 1-2 years of experience as a baker or a bakery background, preferred Minimum age 18 years of age Ability to work 10 p.m. 8 a.m., shifts may vary by marketRequirements: Ability to stand for eight to ten hours per shift Ability to push or pull bakery bins weighing up to 350 pounds Ability to lift up to 25 pounds Ability to work alone Ability to move at a fast pace Panera Perks Enjoy the good stuff: Competitive compensation Food discounts Health benefits 401(k) with company match Paid vacation Development opportunities Compensation starts at $13.50/hr

Panera, LLC and its affiliates are equal opportunity employers committed to a diverse workforce. Panera Bread independent franchisees each hire their own employees and establish their own terms and conditions of employment, which may differ from those described.