Doulos Hope: Baker

As a baker, together with others you will produce quality baked items for those in the ship’s community (around 150 people) & the local visitors who come to our I-Café and events on board. Our purpose is two-fold; to feed, bless & encourage those serving in the ship’s community, and to provide items creating a hospitable environment to connect with our visitors.
1-2 Years
Full Time
Tasks & Responsibilies:
·        You are responsible for making the crew’s bread & desserts
·        You are responsible for producing items sold in the International Café
·        You will create & cater a variety of high-quality items to events on board, from simple cakes, to receptions, to plated desserts

Job Requirements:
·        You have experience with baking breads, cakes, desserts, etc.
·        You are able/prepared to rise early for a daily morning shift
·        You are willing to learn new baking skills & execute them in a high quality manner
·        You are able to independently complete tasks & at the same time being aware of the needs of your workmates

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Interested?

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