We love ambitious go-getters like you. You get up early to make the most of the day, to earn a crust, to do a job you love and you’re exactly the type of person we want to work at Bakers Delight.
View our frequently asked questions about careers at Bakers Delight
Working age requirements differ from state to state, so it all depends on where you’re based. However, Bakers Delight policy requires applicants to be at least 14 years old. Most States have restrictions for school aged children relating to hours of work and/or types of jobs you can perform until you complete minimum schooling requirements.
Check your state’s requirements below to see how old you need to be to start your Bakers Delight career.
VIC: You can start work if you are 15 or older.
WA: You can start work if you are 15 or older. If you are under 15, you can only work some jobs, and only outside school hours between 6am and 10pm.
SA: There is no set age for when you can start work, however if you are under 17, you aren’t allowed to work during school hours.
QLD: You can start work if you are 15 or older. Anyone 16 years or younger requires a parent’s consent form to be completed.
NSW & ACT: There is no set age for when you can start work, however if you are under 17, you cannot work during school hours.
NT: There is no set age for when you can start work, however if you are under 15, you cannot work between 10pm and 6am.
TAS: There is no age set for when you can start work, but there are some limits on what jobs you can do.
Yes. All Bakers Delight employees must either be Australian citizens, or be eligible to work in Australia. You will need to provide your visa and passport details during the recruitment process so we can verify your working rights.
Even if the bakery you want to work at is not hiring right now, you can still express your interest. We always love hearing from eager people, and our bakeries tend to hire every couple of months.
So next time you are at the bakery, just ask to speak to the manager and let them know you are interested in a job. It is a good idea to bring an up-to-date CV that includes your contact details and any experience you have. They will get back to you as soon as any positions become available.
It depends. As each of our bakeries are individual businesses, they may have their own workplace agreements and rates of pay. Pay rates will be discussed during the interview process and will be listed in your contract. If you have any other questions, please contact the bakery you are applying to directly.
Working hours will depend on your employment status (full-time, part-time or casual). Hours of work will be either outlined in the job advertisement or discussed during the interview process.
We sure do. Just get in touch with your local bakery and they will be able to give you more information and let you know how to apply. If you are interested in work experience at Head Office please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We sure do. Australian Apprenticeships are available to anyone of working age. You can undertake an Australian Apprenticeship if you are a school leaver, re-entering the workforce or an adult worker.
Each Franchisee does their own recruitment so please contact the bakery directly to determine whether there are any vacancies within the team. You can locate their phone number here.
If you have any other questions, give us a call and we’ll try to answer any questions you have. You can call our Head Office on (03) 9811 6111.