Employment Opportunities at Three Stone Hearth
Working at Three Stone Hearth is a great opportunity for engagement in meaningful work, skill development and personal growth. It is a demanding environment, and a rewarding one. Our goal is to build a successful, sustainable business, and cultivate a thriving community within our walls.
Three Stone Hearth is a cooperatively run, worker-owned company. Currently we have 18 worker-owners--almost half our staff. We offer 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision benefits (for staff working at least 30 hours per week), employee discounts on our products, and a nutrient-dense communal staff lunch any day you work five hours or more.
We are committed to creating a self-directed and self-managing workplace, which is always evolving. In 2013, we adopted Holacracy as our "operating system" for organizing our work, which is designed to decentralize authority, raise transparency, and encourage full participation. We're looking for people who are excited by this opportunity to participate in a progressive workplace.
Specific employment opportunities are listed below. To apply, email email@example.com
Interested applicants should send a current resume and cover letter. Please DO NOT CALL, do not leave phone messages and do not drop in. We will only consider candidates that contact us through email. Email should include a basic introduction and a little about yourself, your email, phone number and your current resume.
Cashier and Sales Representative
We are looking for a friendly and reliable person with retail experience and some knowledge in artisanal and nutritionally dense foods and products, to cashier in our Brick and Mortar store. The schedule would be three 8-hour shifts on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays of each week.
This position requires manual dexterity, standing, walking, bending, lifting and carrying. Qualified applicants will be outgoing with excellent communications skills. We are looking for someone dependable with an ability to multi-task effectively and with strong attention to detail. Candidates must have good math and English skills, be able to stand for long periods of time (up to your full shift) and lift up to 20 pounds to shoulder height.
Some accountabilities of the position:
Compensation: $13.75/hour; rate goes up to $15/hour on October 1, 2018.
Three Stone Hearth is seeking a part-time Order Fulfillment/Packer. Must be able to work Wednesdays from 12:00 PM -7:30 PM and Thursdays from 9 AM - 5:30 PM.
At Three Stone Hearth, the Order Fulfillment/Packer’s primary role is to ensure that all customer orders are filled and appropriately packaged, and that all products are inventoried.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills
Other duties as assigned.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills
Required Personal Attributes
This position is paid hourly at $13.75/hour; on October 1, 2018 the hourly rate goes up to $15.00. Fully paid health benefits are paid to full-time (30+ hours/weekly) employees, nourishing and delicious staff lunches are provided and a generous product discount.
How to apply
Interested applicants should send a current resume and email cover letter to the address above. Please do not call, do not leave phone messages and do not drop in. We will only consider candidates that contact us through email. Email should include a basic introduction and a little about yourself, your email, phone number and your current resume.
The Receiver’s primary roles are receiving deliveries of ingredients such as dry goods, produce, and raw meats etc. Organization of walk-ins (2 refrigerators and 1 freezer) and other ingredient storage areas. Monitoring inventory of perishable ingredients in coordination with daily kitchen production. Must be able to work Mondays and Fridays; additional day/s are available.
Greeting delivery drivers and farmers with incoming deliveries.
Checking the contents of deliveries to ensure they match the order invoices
For certain deliveries, checking for quality as well as quantity
Alerting Ingredient Buyer and Kitchen Expeditor (“Expo”) if a mistake is identified
Starting the process for returning unsatisfactory shipments
Properly labeling and putting away received orders
Organizing and FIFO-ing ingredients in their designated zone
Reviewing expected orders at the beginning, during and end of day for accuracy, and communicating any concerns to the Expo and Ingredient Buyer
Keeping receiving area organized and cleared
Communicating with Perishable Ingredient Monitor (“PIM”) about leftover perishable goods.
Working in a fast-paced, physical environment
Spending time in cold or frozen storage zones
Heavy lifting, pushing and pulling; 50-80 pounds at a time
Maintaining quality of service by following operational and safety standards
“Floating” as needed to support kitchen production or dishwashing and other duties during downtime
Our ideal candidate has:
Two or more years of warehousing experience; work in the areas of restaurant, grocery or other food business is a plus
Basic computer skills
Strong organizational and communication skills: setting priorities, following procedures, keeping track of many things throughout the day, etc.