Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses has a long and proud history spanning over 100 years. We remain proudly owned and operated by the founding 4th generation Plarre family and we employ hundreds of wonderful people. Our business includes all aspects of bakery from making every one of our products in our state of the art bakery to selling them through our 60+ stores.
The business of making people happy
Because we make cakes & pies, most people think we are in the baking business. This is only partly true because the business we are really in is the business of making people happy. We simply choose to do it by baking wonderful cakes and savouries and selling them in a way that brings a little bit of sunshine to people’s lives.
From time to time we have jobs available in our bakery, administration and retail shops. The primary thing we look for in all of the people that we employ is a set of common values, which are as follows:
If you share these values and feel like this is a place you would like to work then Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses could be a wonderful career choice for you.
Must I be eligible to work in Australia?
Yes – all FPB workers must have a valid passport or visa requirements to work with us. You will need to provide this for verification prior to starting employment.
What is the minimum age that I can work with FPB?
Minimum ages are per the current state legislation, any applicants under the age of 15 must have written consent from their parent or guardian.
How do I go about gaining an apprenticeship if I’d like to work in the bakehouse?
We hire apprentices annually; please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you about your request
How do I go about applying for a job in one of your stores?
We hire retail staff regularly, either through our company run stores or through our franchise network. If you are interested in working in one of our outlets, please submit your resume to email@example.com.
Current positions available
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