We are currently hiring Farm-to-Fork Facilitators. Please see below for the full description.

Open Positions

Farm-to-Fork Facilitators

Radish & Rye's Farm-to-Fork Facilitators handle every aspect of the retail operation from receiving deliveries from farmers through the back door to sending it home with customers through the front door. They work to maintain the high quality of the food we receive, package it for retail sale, stock it on the shelves, serve as sources of crop and cooking information for customers, and process customer transactions.

Specifically, time is spent:

  • Prepping produce for sale (weighing salad mix, bagging mushrooms, etc)
  • Receiving deliveries
  • Stocking/re-stocking & merchandising displays and monitoring backstock levels
  • Cleaning, including dusting, glass cleaning, sweeping, dishes, etc
  • Coordinating with co-workers to manage processes and tasks
  • Assisting customers at checkout and on the grocery floor; responding to customer inquiries via phone
  • Maintaining the deli area, including cutting bread and cheese for pre-packed sale and to order, including working a slicer
  • “Personal shopping” e-commerce orders, including all aspects of the fulfillment process (picking orders, packing orders, running orders to customer cars)

 

As a small organization, things run most smoothly when everyone has a niche but is also able to move fluidly in different roles. It’s the very definition of a dynamic work environment.

 

What we’re looking for:

  • Commitment to exceptional customer service
  • Extremely reliable; hardworking, self-managing and problem-solving
  • Personable, friendly, and welcoming; able to easily engage with a diversity of people, smoothly collaborate and co-exist with co-workers, and generally contribute to a culture of respect, excellence, and growth
  • High levels of personal integrity and maturity
  • Quick-learning, quick-thinking, quick-doing, and flexible
  • Mastery of basic mental math skills: able to convert common fractions to decimals (and vice versa), make change, and do simple unit conversions
  • Able to quickly and accurately ring up customers
  • Able to stand for 8+ hours/day, and lift 30-50 lbs
  • Able and willing to cook with, eat, and talk about products across R&R's offerings

 

Bonus points for:

  • Passionate about good food - especially local/seasonal food - with skills and knowledge to match, or eagerness and ability to learn
  • Commercial kitchen skills, such as knowledge of food safety principles and regulations, knife skills, etc.
  • Retail grocery experience, including knowledge of stock rotation, merchandising, register, etc

 

We offer:

  • $14/hour to start for full-time (35-40 hours/week); $12/hour to start for part-time
  • Opportunities for advancement to supervisory and managerial positions, as well as rewards for exceptional performance in specific areas
  • Two weeks PTO per year, earned proportionate to time worked
  • 15% discount on store purchases
  • $25/week food credit
  • Access to additional food through spare CSA shares, inventory shrink, etc.
  • A fun and rewarding work environment!

 

We take COVID mitigation seriously and follow all CDC recommendations.

Closed Positions

Weekend Baker / Kitchen Assistant (full-time or part-time)

Overview

The Weekend Baker works a minimum of Friday through Sunday mornings mixing, shaping, and baking sourdough breads for sale. Additional hours are available on other days if desired.

Additional work includes preparing a variety of foods for retail sale, including grab & go and heat & eat products. Specifically, this means light prep work (peeling, chopping, mixing, packaging, etc) as directed by lead kitchen staff, following simple recipes, and maintaining a clean, sanitary, and organized work area (including labeling and organizing ingredients, dishwashing, routine sanitizing, mopping, etc).

Qualifications

  • Baking experience -- bonus points for sourdough experience (home or commercial)
  • Knowledge and understanding of food safety principles and regulations
  • High standards of cleanliness
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • English fluency sufficient for reading and documenting recipes, labeling and identifying ingredients, and communicating with other staff
  • Able to stand for 8+ hours/day, and lift 30-50 lbs
  • Ability and eagerness to work as part of a team on shared projects

Job Details

  • Friday thru Sunday early mornings (probably 5am-1pm); minimum 22.5 hours per week, up to 40 hours/week available. Full-time schedule could run Wednesday thru Sunday or Thursday thru Monday.
  • $15/hour to start with review and raise after eight weeks
  • 15% discount on store purchases
  • $25/week food credit

 

 

We take COVID-19 mitigation seriously and follow all CDC guidelines.

Kitchen

Overview

The Kitchen Assistant supports lead kitchen staff in preparing a variety of foods for retail sale, including grab & go, heat & eat, and bakery items. Specifically, the Kitchen Assistant is responsible for light prep work (peeling, chopping, mixing, packaging, etc) as directed by lead kitchen staff, following simple recipes, and maintaining a clean, sanitary, and organized work area (including labeling and organizing ingredients, dishwashing, routine sanitizing, mopping, etc).

Qualifications

  • Knowledge and understanding of food safety principles and regulations
  • Good-to-excellent knife skills
  • High standards of cleanliness
  • English fluency sufficient for reading and documenting recipes, labeling and identifying ingredients, and communicating with other staff
  • Able to stand for 8+ hours/day, and lift 30-50 lbs
  • Ability and eagerness to work as part of a team on shared projects

Job Details

  • Monday thru Friday, daytime hours (probably 9am-5pm or 10am-6pm); 35-40 hours/week
  • $10-$12/hour to start with review after eight weeks
  • 15% discount on store purchases
  • $25/week food credit

 

 

We take COVID-19 mitigation seriously. Masks are required at all times while working or in the building (except in the breakroom during scheduled breaks).