Choicelunch is a family-owned business that thrives on a family atmosphere. One of our core values at Choicelunch is “Delight Your Customer”. Our customers are school kids whose parents have opted to buy them Thoughtfully Sourced™ and Deliciously Prepared™ meals through Choicelunch.
Whether you are driving, cutting fruit, keeping the ovens clean, or managing school accounts; it ALL matters to making our kids happy with Choicelunch.
Choicelunch offers competitive pay; PTO, medical, dental and vision benefits after 30 days, commuter benefits and a company-matched 401K savings plan after 1 year of service.
To operate a 20FT BOX truck, medium-duty delivery truck or similar vehicle to deliver and pick up high-quality lunches to schools in the local area. Committed to meet or exceed the expectations and goals of Choicelunch in providing healthy school lunches.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, &/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical demands and work environment:
Choicelunch offers competitive pay; PTO, medical, dental and vision benefits after 30 days; commuter benefits and a company-matched 401K savings plan after 1 year of service. Apply online now to be considered for interviews this week.
Starting Pay is $17.50 an Hour.
Backup Driver : Monday-Friday (approx 8:00am to 4:30pm)
After operating a small catering company since 1974 and cooking for their own five children, Mary and Larry Gagnon decided to expand their business to schools as a way to keep their Danville kitchen busy in between weekends and wedding events. Food brought joy to the Gagnon’s, and they were excited to share that joy with Bay Area school kids, as well as with hungry wedding guests.
Not every family business is perfectly suited for the next generation. But when Justin Gagnon, Keith Cosbey and Ryan Mariotti first met in college, it just so happened to coincide with a transformative time in America’s history, when people were starting to think more seriously about the culture of food.