• Business Name: The Riggs Dough Company (o/a. COBS Bread Clayton Crossing)
• Title: Baker
• Positions: 1
• Terms of Employment: Permanent, full-time (30-40 hr/week)
• Wage: 18.00 per hour
• Benefit: Extended medical and dental benefits available after 3 months of work
• Language of work: English

Company Description:

COBS Bread franchise was established in 2006; since expanding from a multi-generational family business, we’ve grown to over 145 bakeries across Canada producing fresh, handcrafted bread and treats with high quality and carefully sourced ingredients. To expand our baker team, we are in search for competent individuals experienced in commercial baking or catering.

Main Duties:
• Prepare dough for different recipes including bread, rolls and sweet goods
• Effectively mix dough(s) to recipe book standards and deliver on time to meet customer demands
• Bake product in ovens to recipe book standards and deliver on time to meet customer demands
• Meet or exceed speed and efficiency targets as set out in Intermediate Baker Training
• Deliver company and bakery training as required
• Follow quality standards and Food Safety Program (FSP)
• Assist with production management
Employment Requirements:

• Completion of secondary school
• Minimum 1 year of experience in commercial bakery or completion of some college or other program for bakers
• Familiar with operating baking machinery/bread slicer and using chemical cleaning products
• Delightful customer service skills to effectively promote marketing campaigns
• Effective communication skills to contribute to a positive productive working environment for all bakery team members

Contact information/how to apply:
Email resume to:

As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage applications from all qualified individuals and specifically applicants from traditionally underrepresented groups – including Indigenous persons, vulnerable youth, newcomers, and persons with disabilities – who may contribute to the continued diversification of our organization.

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