Production Team Member - Benefits Start Day ONE

Domino's Supply Chain Center - Denver, CO3.7

Full-time$17 an hour
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ABOUT US

Domino’s started back in 1960 as a single-store location in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Over the years, we expanded to three stores, and thus came the three dots on our logo. The original plan was to keep adding dots for every store, and at over 15,000 stores worldwide (5,800 in the U.S.) you can probably figure out why that original plan didn’t work.

You might be thinking, “Wow, how does Domino’s get food to 15,000 stores?” Well, that’s where you come in. We have 16 food supply and dough manufacturing centers in the U.S., and seven more across Canada, Hawaii and Alaska. They provide fresh dough, equipment and supplies to franchise and company-owned Domino’s stores in the U.S. and Canada. In 2014 alone, these centers made 571,000 deliveries.

Want to get in on the fun? We’d love to have you. Check out our Supply Chain Opportunities on jobs.dominos.com.

Domino’s Pizza Supply Chain Services, the food manufacturing and distribution division of Domino’s Pizza, is seeking Production Team Members to join the team. The Production team member assists the production team in complete processing and manufacturing of pizza dough. Team Members are required to rotate to various positions [dough maker, dough placer, tray washer, and cross/down stacker] throughout the shift while working in a safe manner at all times.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

(30%) Perform batch setup, make a sponge and mix bread dough process

  • Set up production area prior to making bread ensuring all food contact surfaces are sanitized
  • Check all equipment for accuracy, calibration, and safety prior to processing
  • Determine correct batch recipe, gathers, measures and mixes ingredients
  • Verify temperatures are correct and adjust if not. Dough temperature should be 74-78 F
  • Remove sponge into a clean barrel and cover it, store it inside the cooler at 33-38 F
  • Remove sponge from cooler 5 hours prior to its use and set at room temperature 75-85 F
  • Verify water levels are at 82-84 F
  • Add and ensure ingredients are mixed properly and timely
  • Ensure dough sets for 45-60 minute before usage

(50%) Dividing the bread dough, readying for proofer and oven and packaging

  • Ensure the divider and other baking utensils are set up according to bread specifications
  • Drop bread dough on to a flour covered cutting table
  • Cut dough into a rectangular shape about 45 inches long and 10 inches wide and place on top belt.
  • Lift bread dough and feed it into the divider conveyor, smoothly and evenly
  • Place bread dough into properly conditioned, greased pan s– dough will yield 12 pieces per pan tray
  • Stack trays 30 per rack
  • Slide full racks into the pre-heated proofer – ensuring FIFO procedures are used
  • Rotate racks in proofer 55-60 minutes
  • Transport proof bread to pre-heated oven for 12 minutes
  • Prior to packaging ensure dough reaches targeted temperature level
  • Set metal detector in “Bread” mode and follow bread metal detector procedures discarding bread not meeting specifications
  • Up stack trays 25 high in cooler
  • Set up labeler for specific expiration date
  • Transport stacked trays to the holding cooler with a hand truck, separated, and shrink wrapped, according to expiration dates
  • Document and maintain bread library

(20%) Cleaning of equipment

  • Dry cleaning of: Dough cutter, tables, oven, proofer, racks, pans, thermometers, knifes, etc.
  • Wet cleaning of: Brute containers, utensils

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or GED
  • One year of production, baking or manufacturing experience
  • Ability to read/interpret production process materials, dough thermometer, gauges and record data
  • Must be available to work as needed

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $17.08 /hour

Experience:

  • Manufacturing: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Benefits offered:

  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
  • Other types of insurance
  • Retirement benefits or accounts
  • Education assistance or tuition reimbursement
  • Child Care benefits
  • Gym memberships or discounts
  • Workplace perks such as food/coffee and flexible work schedules
  • Others