Baker/Pastry Chef

2 months ago(11/3/2017 4:43 PM)
Job ID
# of Openings
Culinary Services
Regular Full-Time


Evergreen has an opportunity for a Baker/Pastry Chef to join its Culinary Services team!


Evergreen is a Christian, non-profit senior living organization serving older adults ages 55 and better. Located in a pleasant residential neighborhood in Oshkosh, Evergreen offers many options to meet unique needs.

  • Three styles of independent living accommodations
  • Two levels of assisted living plus memory care
  • Short-term rehabilitation and post-surgical care
  • Long-term skilled nursing
  • Evergreen At Home personal care and homemaker services

We are home to almost 250 residents, and also a destination for families, community members, volunteers, non-profit groups and other visitors.


Working hours are daytime hours and can be somewhat flexible for a total of 60 hours per two week pay period. Work on every other weekend and holiday is required.


Working at Evergreen will provide you with wonderful experiences and opportunities to make a difference in the lives of older adults. Join our innovative organization and work for an industry leader in long term care!


As a Baker/Pastry Chef you will:

  • Prepare baked items such as breads, cakes, cookies, etc.
  • Assist with general cleaning responsibilities
  • Work with the Catering Specialist and other staff members for special requests
  • Build relationships with older adults in the place they call home
  • Communicate effectively with coworkers, residents/clients and family members on a daily basis


Minimum requirements:

  • At least 16 years of age
  • Basic knife skills
  • 3 years of professional baking experience
  • Culinary degree is preferred
  • Ability to read and follow a recipe
  • “Can-do” attitude and a willingness to learn and take direction
  • Ability to communicate with all age groups
  • Strong prioritization and organization skills


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