Seasonal Production, with Future Potential
Are you looking for a meaningful job dedicated to excellence?
We’re currently hiring for a seasonal production role, which would last at least through June or July of 2024. We’re specifically looking for people interested in a potential future long-term role as Production Manger. We expect this management position to be open in the summer of 2024, when our current wonderful and talented Production Manager begins the next exciting chapter of her life.
In the seasonal role, you’ll be working as a team member responsible for producing, processing, and shipping products to our customers. You’ll have the opportunity to work in multiple workstations, create beautiful products and learn broadly about our systems. You’ll also begin learning about our management philosophy and get training in the fundamental behaviors of effective managers.
To perform this job with excellence you’ll need to be a strong communicator, have a keen attention to detail, and be a proficient problem-solver. Our company is dedicated to serving homeschool families and co-ops as they seek to provide their graduates a memorable graduation. We hope you’ll join us in this mission!
- Seasonal Production: $15-17 per hour (starting)
- Production Manager (potential future role): $25-30 per hour
- SIMPLE IRA program; we match your IRA deferrals up to 3% of your wages.
- 2 week’s paid “vacation bonus” for Christmas and July 4th, when we are closed company-wide.
- 2 week’s sick/personal leave per year.
- Year-round employees can participate in our QSEHRA healthcare benefit; we reimburse up to $350 per month for qualifying medical expenses (including insurance premiums).
- Through December, you’d work 24 hours per week (Monday through Thursday, 8am-2pm).
- In January, your hours would begin ramping up as we approach our busy season. You’d work 40+ hours during our busiest time (mid-March through early June), then ramp down again to a part-time schedule by the end of June.
- If you do move into the Production Manager role, you’d continue this pattern on an annual basis: part-time July-December, then rising and falling with our peak in orders.
- We always hire with an eye to the future. Even if the production manager role doesn’t work out for some reason, we would still aim to find a year-round role for you at the end of this seasonal position.