How much do bakery operatives in London get paid?

Bakery operatives in London earn

£9.75-15.55 per hour

Based on 36 employee reviews

Bakery operative salaries can range between £9.75-15.55 per hour in the London area. This data is based on quiz results from 36 employees who live in and around London.

What do top employers pay bakery operatives?

Who are the top bakery operative employers?

  1. Warburtons
  2. Premier Foods
  3. Roberts Bakery

Who are the worst bakery operative employers?

  1. Morrisons
  2. Asda
  3. Lidl

Recent bakery operative Jobs in London

  1. Head Baker at Gail's posted 8 days ago
  2. Market Street Baker at Morrisons posted 19 hours ago
  3. Head Baker at Gail's posted 3 days ago
  4. Head Baker at Gail's posted 5 days ago
  5. Kitchen Team Member/Baker - Bloomsbury, London at Gail's posted 10 days ago
  6. Head Baker - Blackheath, London at Gail's posted 6 days ago
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How are people paid?

by the hour
an annual salary

Based on 36 employees

What contracts are people on?

8% report having zero hours contracts.
8% report having low hours contracts. (less than 16 hours)
49% report having part time contracts. (16-35 hours)
36% report having full time contracts. (more than 35 hours)

Based on 39 employees

What do bakery operatives do?

Bakers have the job of preparing and making baked food to be sold. This can include bread, cakes, biscuits and sweet treats.

They can work in bakery shops, food factories or in-store bakeries found in supermarkets.

Other names for bakers are:

  • Bakery assistant
  • Bakery coordinator
  • Bakery operative
  • Semi-skilled/ skilled baker
  • Industrial baker

This type of job might involve:

  • Checking ingredients and supplies
  • Working with dough
  • Using ovens, mixers and specialist equipment
  • Cleaning and maintaining hygiene standards

If you want to apply for a job as a baker, you might need the following:

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