Employment

No Label at the Table primarily looks for individuals with Autism, Asperger’s and PDD-NOS-ages 16 and up

We are a scalable social enterprise. All of our employees are paid, employees. Our goal is not only to improve autism awareness but change the perception of the public of the capability of people with disabilities.

Not only is unemployment a problem for people on the spectrum but also underemployment. As our shop grows we expand their hours.

We must stay scalable. We are not a charity. We are not underwritten by anyone. It’s simply the work of our staff.   We are currently fully staffed.

Like any other business, I will post job openings. On the website and across our social media.

Here are the two roles we have

Point of sale 

Responsibilities are to greet customers, maintain a clean and organized store, and taking money in the form of cash or card checkout.

Must be able to make change and comply with hygiene and safety standards set by the Health Department (gloves, hats, handwashing …),  and have own transportation.

* We can make accommodations and provide on the job training for all of these tasks

 

Bakers

Responsibilities include measuring, mixing, using commercial cooking appliances machines, washing dishes, maintaining a clean organized kitchen, sometimes decorating the final product, and packaging the product

Must be able to follow a production schedule and recipe

Be able to read a thermometer, make exact measurements, pay strict attention to time and be able to comply with the hygiene and safety standard set by Hamilton County Health Department in the kitchen (wear gloves, hat, wash hands…)

 

Again we can provide on the job training. When choosing the menu, I purposely picked things that could be broken down and work for anyone at any ability.

 

If you have someone with a special interest, passion or obsession for cooking, like I did with my son follow us, we will have opportunities very soon!