Hiring YET AGAIN! Pastry Chef / Cupcakeologists!

February 16th, 2010

Now Hiring: Pastry ChefSo, we’re hiring again – this time for Pastry Chefs. We like to call them Cupcakeologists. :)

Current pastry students encouraged to apply.

Who we are:
Foiled Cupcakes is Chicago’s most buzzed about cupcake delivery service. Since the launch of our website in July 2009, we’ve surpassed our revenue goals by more than 400 percent and have also serviced more than a hundred Fortune 500 companies in Chicago alone. Read more about us here.

What we’re offering:
-A PT job / ground-up opportunity with a year-old cupcake bakery in Chicago
-A chance to apply production, supply chain, and business/management principles to real life
-Exposure via the press and media
-A reasonable amount of flexibility with a down-to-earth boss who’s willing to work WITH you as long as you’re willing to follow through on your commitments
-Growth opportunities with a growing company

Requirements:
-Food Sanitation Certificate (must have valid City of Chicago certificate)
-High School Diploma (GED Acceptable)
-Ability to follow recipes in English
-High level piping and garnishing skills
-Ability to maintain an organized, efficient, and clean work environment
-Good communication skills and reliability to follow through on orders
-Solid conversion and math skills

Preferred:
-Experience in large production baking
-Available evening schedule (5 p.m.) at least three days per week for 3-4 hours per shift
-Inventory management experience

Job responsibilities:
-Bake, pipe, and package in a high production commercial kitchen in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood
-Communicate daily with the owner to ensure smooth operations
-Must be able to work unsupervised

How to apply:
Please send your cover letter, resume with contact information, and references by SATURDAY, 2/20/10, to
Foiled Inc., Attention: Mari
Email: info@foiledcupcakes.com (preferred), or fax: 630.848.9140

The subject of your correspondence should read “I’M RIDICULOUSLY EXCITED ABOUT BAKING CUPCAKES!”

No phone calls, please.