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Whether operating the muffin line or baking delicious chocolate chip cookies, the Production Workers are critical to supplying our more than 1,000 stores with bakery products that delight our customers.
How to Apply
Bakery Production Workers package the bakery goodies to be sent to Publix stores, such as cookies, muffins, brownies, and apple turnovers. They also stack these items on pallets so they can be loaded onto trucks for delivery. Furthermore, Production Workers operate various machines to mix and bake these products. It is also their responsibility to clean the equipment in their area to make sure they are in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs).
For Manufacturing positions, other than entry level, please go to the Publix Jobs Center to see our current openings. Click "YES" or "NO" to the question, "Are you an active Publix associate?" Then narrow your search by choosing Manufacturing within the Functional Area selection box.
When you apply, your information will be sent directly to the appropriate hiring manager. If your skills and experience seem to match the qualifications of the position that interests you, you will be contacted for an interview and possibly for testing customized to that position.
For entry level Manufacturing positions, please refer tot he employment agency, Adecco. Go to www.adeccousa.com and click "Apply Now" in the top right hand corner to load your resume. You may indicated that you would prefer to be assigned to Industrial and Manufacturing type positions with Publix Super Markets, Inc. After working at least 90 days as a temporary associate you may be eligible to apply for a full time position, if available.
If you have any questions about our application process, please call our Employment Office in