Job Descriptions- The Bean Production Team Member

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The Bean Production Team Member

Reports to: The Bean Project Manager, Enactus George Brown

Location: Remote Position

Length of Position: Two semesters, Renewable 


Role Overview: 

The Production Team Member of The Bean is a skillful crafter who has a passion for designing and creating products and managing the production process as well as conducting research on ways to develop new products. 


Key Responsibilities:

The Bean Production Team Member performs a range of duties including some or all of the following:

  • Produce soap bars as required using an oven and microwave
  • Design products and packagings
  • Plan and schedule production
  • Conduct market and product research and develop new product lines 
  • Update the inventory management system on Excel to keep track of raw materials and inventory on hand
  • Collaborate with the Logistics team to find and order raw materials and equipment 
  • Collaborate with the Marketing team to incorporate the needs of customers into product development 
  • Participate in meetings with the team and update the latest status 
  • Support the Project Manager with strategic development of the team


Required Knowledge & Skills

The Bean Production Team Member must be a George Brown College Student with a:

  • Access to certain tools and equipment, including a kitchen, an oven, and ideally a car
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to build strong working relationships with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders 
    • Self-starter willing to take-on challenges with a strong work ethic and positive attitude
    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail to research, and write briefings, reports, and presentations.
    • Hand crafting experience is considered an asset
  • Proficiency in the Adobe and Microsoft suite, including Excel, is considered an asset
  • Experience or knowledge in operational management is considered a huge asset
  • Creative and strategic thinking to help find the best solution for campaigns and production.
  • Sound judgment, professionalism and communication skills are necessary, as is the ability to work to strict deadlines.

Working Conditions:

  • The Bean Production Team Member, depending on the project and events scheduled, may be required to work 5-10 hours a week
  • Enactus George Brown offers the office for use, if needed, but depending on the purpose of the project and location of the event, it may take them to non-standard workplaces. 


Benefits and Opportunities:

  • Access to Enactus Canada’s Careers Shortlist: Receive personalized one-on-one career consultations, resume reviews and unique opportunities)
  • Explore career opportunities and learn about Enactus Canada’s corporate partners to start and succeed in your career with 3M, Capital One, Intuit, Unilever, KPMG, Paramount Commerce, TD and more!
  • Networking opportunities with bright academic, student, and community leaders
  • Create meaningful relationships with bright academic, student and community leaders from various parts of Canada as well as George Brown College professors,students and additional stakeholders
  • Skill development training through experience as well as Enactus George Brown, Enactus Canada, and Enactus International workshops
  • Possible travel opportunities for regional, national, and international projects