Bakery Jobs in Columbus, Ohio

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3 Columbus, OH Bakery jobs found on Monster.

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Position Description As a production team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. You take pride in producing quality finished bakery or menu items that our guests come to enjoy and love. You assist in serving guests where necessary and respond to special guest requests in a friendly manner. You follow Tim Hortons standards and guidelines when preparing products for our guests as well as ...
Position Description As a team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. Whether you are the very first person our guests encounter or producing quality finished bakery items that our guests come to enjoy and love you will have the opportunity to deliver and create exceptional guest experiences. Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced...
Position Description As a team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. Whether you are the very first person our guests encounter or producing quality finished bakery items that our guests come to enjoy and love you will have the opportunity to deliver and create exceptional guest experiences. Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced...

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Salaries

$14,560.00 - $39,520.00
Typical Salary for Baker in Columbus
(111 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Associates
26%
High School
19.2%
Some College Coursework Completed
15.1%
Bachelor's
13.7%
Certification
12.3%
Vocational
11%
Some High School Coursework
2.7%
(73 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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