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6/4: Custom Cake Designer

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SUNSET FOOD MART, INC. is currently interviewing for a Custom Cake Designer.

Are you multi-talented and want to express your passion in this innovative field and expand your creative peak?

This position would oversee SUNSET's premier baking program and primarily focus on the enhancement of our signature cake program, along with developing the designing and decorating skills of our current and future staff.

Requirements include:
Completion of a certificate program or an associate's degree in pastry arts, keen eye for detail, a creative mind, ability to distinguish between colors and mathematical skills as they relate to baking recipes, strong organizational and time management skills and ability to give direction to other employees. They must also possess manual dexterity and excellent interpersonal communication skills when dealing with customers and co-workers. Minimum of 3 years experience in Custom Cake Design.

Extraordinary benefits package.

E-mail resume to: ssandberg@sunsetfoods.com

    Location: North Shore, IL

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