Hanabi Cake - Baker / Assistant Baker

San Francisco, California, United States | Bakery | Part-time


We are hiring: Hanabi Cake is excited to hire full-time and part-time Bakers to join and grow with our talented pastry team! Hanabi means fireworks in Japanese, and we aspire to bring happiness to our customers through our products just like enjoying wonderful fireworks. We make beautiful and delicious international-inspired cakes sold all over the Bay Area. Our style is elegant and modern, sweet but not too sweet, made with love for everyday and special occasions. See our Instagram @enjoy_hanabi to check out what you’ll be making!

Our parent company, Fuji INC, is a startup in Silicon Valley. Our vision is to make tasty and healthy food and beverage more accessible to everyone. We currently provide creative pop-up concept stores for fruit tea and bakery products, with the goal of opening a few physical stores around the Bay Area in 2021. Please visit our website @ www.enjoyfuji.com, and www.enjoyhanabi.com

Compensation: Negotiable attractive package, eligible for tips; $17 - $20 per hour

Working Hours:

  • Full time: 40 hours per week
  • Part-time: 20 - 35 hours per week


  • Daily baking of chiffon/sponge/dacquoise cakes
  • French mousse cake production using techniques such as: pâte à bombe, crème anglaise, and crème bavarois
  • Finishing cakes: basic piping, glaze pouring, and decorating
  • Production of various cake fillings, flavored creams, fruit prep, caramel, candied nuts, etc.
  • Production of petite pastry items, such as cake boxes and crepe rolls
  • Daily checking-in on production schedule, ingredients stock and par
  • Inspecting the cleanliness and working conditions of all tools, equipment, and supplies
  • New product development and production of dietary-restriction items


  • Availability to work at least one weekend day required for full-time work.
  • Knowledge and experience with basic pastry techniques.
  • Ability to work cleanly and efficiently in a busy kitchen, team-player a must.
  • Firm understanding of food industry regulations.
  • California Food Handler Certificate.
  • Eligibility to work in the US.
  • Be able to stand, walk, lift, or bend over for long periods.