Bakery operatives part-time - Spondon, Derby

Job Ref: JO-2205-30970_1652286124
Sector: Manufacturing & Production
Job Type: Temporary
Date Added: 11 May 2022
  • Derby, Derbyshire DE21 7NJ Derby Derbyshire Midlands DE21 7NJ
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Bakery operatives part-time - Spondon, Derby
Pay- £9.50 per hour (will increase after successful training period)
Shifts- Any 2 or 3 days Monday - Saturday (must commit to those chosen days)
Hours- 04:30am/05:30am to 15:00pm
One of the UK's every growing doughnut business are looking to recruit bakers to join their team to produce freshly made doughnuts and cookies on site. If you have a background in baking or a interest in all things doughnuts then this will be a great role for you. You do not have to be highly skilled for this role as training will be given so this is also a great opportunity to expand your skills.
As a baker you will be required to produce freshly made doughnuts and cookies for the site every morning. For the cookies you will be given ingredients to mix, shape using a scoop and then place into grease proof trays to then be put into ovens. For the doughnut aspect you will be given separate ingredients to produce doughnut dough to then shape and placed into ovens ready for them to be decorated.

- Level 2 food hygiene (we can process one for you for free)
- Sign and return an allergens awareness form
- Safety boots
- Hairnet
- Overalls are mandatory to be worn during your shift
- 1 to 1's
- 3 monthly reviews
- Superstar of the month
- Bike shed available on site
- Free parking (limited spaces)
- Bus routes available to reach the site

To apply for this role please click apply and call our derby office if you are already registered with us.
We will be taking groups of fully registered candidates out to tours of the site before starting the role however you will have to be fully registered to take part.

11/06/2022 16:22:04
GBP 9.50 9.50

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