At Field Roast, we take work very seriously but also have fun at the same time. We begin with what’s in our heart and by asking questions. Why are we here? Do we want to create something beautiful, delicious and nurturing? Are we ready to contribute to a community of co-workers and work tirelessly for harmony?

Here are some questions for you to consider:

  • Why are you looking for a job?
  • Would a job at Field Roast satisfy your vision?
  • Would your friends describe you as happy and resilient?

Field Roast is a community of food makers, food marketers, focused administrators, equipment and facility stewards and many others.

Whether you are a career worker or someone passing through to the next stage of your life, all we ask is that you keep it real.

The Three Intentions below are what we use to keep it real:


Field Roast's 3 Intentions

1

My Own Intention

Why do I work at Field Roast? What is my intention in working here?

2

My Work Intention

Foodmaker Pride - Create Beauty. Food for Families, Food for People. Food for the Earth and Food for Farmed Animals. While Working See the Customer, See the Refrigerator, See the Origin.

3

My Coworkers' Intentions

Trusting Coworker Intentions. Tolerance.


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Field Roast pays a Seattle minimum living wage of $15/hour. We offer paid time off and a 401(k) retirement plan with company match for eligible employees. Our Company also offers a menu of medical benefits such as health, dental and vision coverage as well as a modest public transportation subsidy.


The Field Roast Grain Meat Company is an equal opportunity employer which prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination against anyone on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status, age, national origin, military or veteran status, disability, genetics/genetic markers or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state or local laws.


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