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 19 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.
Three Stone Hearth is seeking a full-time experienced Cook.
At Three Stone Hearth, the Cook is accountable for preparing raw ingredients, keeping a good pace, executing recipes or tasks as requested, tracking mise en place, jarring and labeling products, keeping a clean work space, and overall kitchen clean-up. We are using Holacracy as a governance structure, and all employees have an opportunity to evolve the company’s structure as part of their work. We are also a worker-owned cooperative, and all employees have a path to ownership.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills
Minimum one-year experience working in a commercial kitchen or equivalent.
Food Handler’s or Safe Serve Certification, upon hire.
Willingness and enthusiasm for going through candidacy process for worker-ownership of the Company.
Co-operative experience a plus!
Strong attention to detail.
Highly organized; capacity to multi-task, set priorities, and respond quickly to changing needs.
High level of professionalism. No drama or bad attitudes please.
Upbeat, flexible, team player, with good relationship-building skills; this position will need to foster and maintain good working relationships.
Experience working with whole, organic fruits and vegetables, sprouted grains, raw and cultured dairy, and pasture-raised meats, preferred not required.
Familiarity with principles of food sustainability, including principles of Weston A. Price Foundation, preferred, not required.
Familiarity with Holacracy appreciated but not required.
Ability to be patient in a diverse environment with multi-users of varying skills levels.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time.
Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.
Willingness to work in a fast-paced environment.
Compensation: Depending on Experience. Health benefits offered for full-time employment.
DOE; this position is paid hourly. 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.