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The Working Week: March 31, 2021

A new weekly curated list of local jobs with good employers on

by | Mar 31, 2021

Welcome to The Working Week, a weekly feature highlighting some of the freshest job listings on Launched by the Mainer News Cooperative late last year, Mainer Jobs is the state’s first employment site exclusively for small, independently owned Maine businesses and nonprofits. This curated list is compiled by Mainer staff and includes content posted by employers and stuff published by Mainer and its predecessor, The Bollard, over the years (photos courtesy employers). You can apply to the positions directly by following the links below. You can also sign up to get this list and the early word about other local job opportunities delivered to your inbox for free. Thanks for stopping by — come again!


Standard Baking is hiring Bread Bakers.

Standard Baking Co. is well named: it set the standard for artisan baking in Maine decades ago and is still the standard all local bakeries strive to meet. This is your golden-crusted opportunity to learn from the masters in a truly inspiring environment — they’re hiring bread bakers and you can apply here.

Here’s another opportunity to basically get a free culinary education while being paid to work in a fun and inspiring environment. Bayou Kitchen is hiring a cook and wait staff. Get in on this now

Maine Oyster Company is hiring an Events Manager.

Maine Oyster Company‘s mission is to build an all-inclusive oyster & aquaculture community that connects farmers and oyster lovers. You can help make this happen as the company’s events manager. Check out more on this job here.

The Thirsty Pig is hiring Cooks and Bartenders.

The finest local craft beer, delicious house-made sausages, a gorgeous deck and newly remodeled interior, and always the friendliest vibes: What’s not to love about The Thirsty Pig? They’re hiring cooks and bartenders right now: apply here today.  


Gilbert’s Chowder House is hiring Cooks.

Old-school Portland waterfront dining at its finest: Gilbert’s Chowder House is another legendary Portland eatery opening its doors this spring to new team members. If you’d like to join the crew, apply here.

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