Rize Up Bakery
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Rize Up Bakery is a fledgling San Francisco based black-owned bakery focused on reinventing and rethinking the traditional sourdough. Currently Rize Up is operating 7 days a week and offering delicious breads all over the Bay Area. Rize Up was born as a way to channel energy into something healing during the social unrest caused by the murder of George Floyd.
Rize Up's story began as a home-based quarantine sourdough project that quickly turned into a micro bakery in the Spring of 2020. Within a year, Rize Up has outgrown Azikiwee’s backyard ovens and our trajectory has no end in sight! Founder Azikiwee Anderson was overcome with a need to make a difference and hopefully inspire young Black bakers to think outside the traditional box. As a black baker, Azikiwee feels representation truly matters. We have to be the change we seek.
Rize Up wants to share our love of delicious, thoughtfully baked breads made with naturally leavened, organic and sustainable high quality ingredients. Rize Up feels it can change the world one beautiful loaf of bread at a time! Rize Up Bakery is honored to “Feed Your Soul”.
- Hours: Full-time,
- Hours: Part-time,
- Industry: Food and Beverage,
We are looking for both full-time and part-time team members to join our Dough Team. Our team is small and mighty. We’re looking for team additions who are passionate about our breads and mission.
Duties, Not limited to the following:
- Mixing ingredients
- Shaping dough
- Cleaning up kitchen
- Frequently standing, must be able to spend 6-8 hours per day on your feet
- Knead dough, occasionally twist/bend/stoop/squat, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh
up to 50 pounds
- Any bread making experience is a plus
- Team-player, good work ethic
- Experience with food preparation, service, and safety
Starting at $18/hour; raise to $20/hour after 90 day training period
7am-2pm (possible afternoon shift available with business expansion)
Other Application Requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, women, gender non-conforming people, persons with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ people, veterans, and adults of all ages are strongly encouraged to apply. In accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records for employment.