Daytime Packer Easy Tiger Bakery

Daytime Packer

Full Time • Easy Tiger Bakery
DAYTIME PACKER

Easy Tiger
, one of Austin’s most beloved brands,  is currently seeking a Daytime Packer to join our wholesale bakery team. 

We boast one of the highest quality wholesale bakeries in the country featuring local, nutritious, beautiful bread that has no dough conditioners. 

Our mission is to help our guests and clients “Slow Down, Stay Awhile” by bringing people together around the table to break bread and enjoy Easy Tiger wherever they are and however they wish. 

We are looking for team members that are hard working, unique, and find joy in actively serving their team and clients by creating an amazing artisanal product. We have a high standard for our product and service and expect our team to constantly raise the bar and be proud of the Easy Tiger brand and wear it as a badge of honor. 

The Easy Tiger Packer position is committed to ensuring that all Easy Tiger Bread is up to standard and packaged correctly in time for deliveries. Packers must have a high attention to detail and focus on quality and meet our high sanitation and safety standards. Packers are always on time and prepared for their shift.  They focus on speed and accuracy and constantly strive to be better. Packers are expected to promote teamwork by cooperating with management and collaborating whenever possible with other team members.
 
REPORTS TO:  Bakery Production Manager
SALARY / GRADE LEVEL:  Hourly / Non-Exempt
 
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:
  • Organize and arrange freshly baked breads & pastries 
  • Properly slice and pack all items in preparation for loading & delivery
  • Assist delivery drivers with loading of delivery vehicles
  • Keep an accurate count of what was packed vs ordered
  • Give notes & feedback on the activities of the evening for reference
  • Keep our space clean and organized
 
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Strong work ethic, reliability, and attention to detail
  • Passion for quality food & hospitality
  • Team player with a friendly disposition towards a positive workplace
  • ServeSafe or Food Handlers certification (or must be willing to obtain)
  • Ability to lift 50+ pounds
  • Ability to stand, lift, bend and twist for 8+ hours  
 
BENEFITS:
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance (for eligible full-time employees)
  • Discounted employee meals
  • Friends & family meal discounts
  • Living wage compensation ($15/hour)
  • Leadership opportunities & career growth

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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BENEFITS

Growth Opportunities
Easy Tiger is growing, and we are always looking for team members who have a passion for our brand and want to grow with us! More Austin locations are in the works and will need leaders to step up to the plate.
Medical, Dental, and Vison
Easy Tiger offers medical, dental, and vision benefits to all of our full-time managers as well as medical benefits to our full time (30+ hours/week) team members after 60 days of consecutive full-time employment.
Giving Back
We take pride in our commitment to the community, answering the call to feed our neighbors in need with our Community Bread Program.
Perks
Team Members receive a 50% discount on food and merchandise.