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- Full Name: Salt Spring Island Cheese Company
- Location: 285 Reynolds Road
- Phone: 250 653 2300
- Expires: 16 days, 13 hours
Salt Spring Island Cheese has a position opening in our cheesemaking department.
The position available is part time (with the possibility of working up to full time after training is completed), requiring flexibility and availability on weekends. Long-term commitment is required.
Cheesemakers are responsible for transferring milk, following all cheese making processes and procedures, recording all data accurately and clearly, following safety procedures, and adhering to all clean up procedures and standards.
The ideal candidate will contribute to productivity through a strong work ethic and focused efficiency. They will have excellent communication skills, work well in a team environment, as well as being self motivated and able to work independently.
Please drop off your resumes to:
Salt Spring Island Cheese
285 Reynolds Road
Salt Spring Island Cheese
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