compensation: competitive, depends on experience employment type: part-time
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Hewn, an artisan bakery located in Evanston, Illinois, is looking for new team members to assist with our wholesale program. Responsibilities include packing baked goods, loading delivery vans and delivering orders to our wholesale customers in Evanston, Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.
We need a dependable person who is an early riser - and who is very organized. We currently provide wholesale bread and pastries to 40 different restaurants, coffee shops and small markets in the near northern suburbs and Chicago.
This position is primarily a packaging position - you will occasionally fill in and drive as needed. The packaging shift starts at 3:30 am and ends at 9:30am. If you are driving, the shift would end at 11:30am.
Food safety certification is preferred, but if you don't have it, we will have you take the course and test at our expense.
We recently expanded our store, more than doubling our size. This is a great time to join a small but growing, family owned business.
Hewn has been recognized in the New York Times, Chicago Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, Saveur magazine and many other local and national publications for our commitment to making naturally fermented artisan breads and pastries. We have a wonderful team of people who share our commitment to making the best possible products. We are a part of Evanston's burgeoning food and drink scene, and we appreciate being in a diverse community.
Clean driving record
Ability and willingness to drive a small delivery van
Abilty to multitask and stay organized
Basic computer skills (must print out invoices and interpret production orders)
Ability to work well with a team
A positive and energetic attitude
Attention to detail
Ability to work early morning hours (beginning at 3:30 am) and at least one weekend day per week.
Ability to lift 40 lbs
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