The Flying Dutchman Pastry Shop
Thank you for your interest in working at our pastry shop. We would like you to know a little more about our store and what we expect from those individuals that work with us.
Ben and Tina Koper started the Flying Dutchman Pastry Shop in 1982. Their daughter Frieda joined them at the store shortly there after. For the past 27 years this pastry shop has been our life. Our customers mean everything to us. Many of them have become our friends after all these years. We expect nothing but respect and consideration to each individual that comes into our store. Clothing will be neat and clean. Long hair will always be worn back in a ponytail or bun. No strong perfumes are permitted as they will clash with the foods. We also expect individuals to be on time, tardiness is not tolerated.
You will be working alone in the store. Some days our store can be quiet, during these times we donít mind you sitting in the chair enjoying a book, working on your computer or doing homework. Some days the store can be busy. On those days your time will filled helping customers. We donít mind if a friend stops by to say hello, but no one besides your self is allowed behind the work counters. If customers arrive it will be expected that you immediately attend to them. The phone is for business only, unless you have an emergency. Frieda always has her cell phone in the afternoon hours should any questions or problems arise, you are encouraged to call her for any issues you are uncertain of.
Along with helping customers you will folding boxes, filling empty trays, sweeping and doing some light cleaning.
In order to do this job you must be capable of spending several hours at a time on your feet. You must be able to lift 25 lbs easily. Our full sheet cakes are large and sometimes we must help customers out to their cars with these cakes and other boxes.
Once again thank you for your interest.