May | June 2018
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Coffee Service Technicians. 9 Bartech is a rapidly growing coffee equipment service company. We are looking for experienced espresso machine technicians in our Glendale, Arizona, and Denver, Colorado, facilities. A clean driving record is necessary. Compensation between $30,000–$60,000 annually, depending on experience. Compensation for relocation may be negotiable. If you are looking for a great work environment and employers who care, and you have quality experience working on espresso equipment, 9 Bartech is the company for you. Please send résumé attention Javier Palacio to email@example.com.
General Manager for Black Powder Roasting Co. in Mooresville, North Carolina. Candidate needs to be organized and detail oriented, a self-starter, and exhibit excellent communication skills. Passion for quality control, cupping and educating others is a must. Experience roasting coffee a plus. Some relocation fees compensated upon hire. Forward cover letter and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roastery Director. Parks Coffee is expanding with a new roasting facility in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and we seek an experienced roastery director to join our team. Duties include managing roasting standards, blend and menu development, cupping, and interaction with trainings and tastings. To learn more and apply, visit blog.parkscoffee.com/careers.
Organic Roasting Company. Organic coffee roasting company for sale in St. Augustine, Florida. Trademarked brand. Established wholesale clients including large music venue. Equipment includes 3-kilo San Franciscan roaster and cold-brew production/kegerators, etc. Seller motivated. $45,000. For inquiries, please contact Joey at 904.460.6068.
Craft coffee roastery and shop for sale in Texas. Established brand with extensive wholesale client list, top of the line equipment, and perfect online reviews. Multiple revenue streams with efficient systems and experienced staff. Profitable and full of growth potential. Contact email@example.com for details.
Popular coffee shop and roastery in Panajachel, Guatemala. High-ranking on TripAdvisor, all guide books and internet travel sites. 18 years direct trade. Renowned worldwide as a trusted, solid brand. Great numbers, turnkey, relocatable. $160,000 includes training and all accounts. Find more information at crossroadscafepana.com, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cold-brew Tank. 600-gallon stainless cold-brew tank with access hatch and vent on top, 1.5-inch sample port on side, and 2-inch discharge port on bottom of tank. Located in Cave Creek, Arizona. $5,500. Email email@example.com for more information.
Cup For Education is a non-profit organization designed to help poor rural coffee communities of Central and Latin America build schools within their communities and assist in providing them with teachers and the basic tools needed to educate the future generations of coffee farmers. Cup for Education sponsors a teacher for the Solidarity School in the community of Los Alpes in Jinotega, Nicaragua. Entering its second year, Karen Gordon, president and founder of CFE, says, “We are pleased to have raised enough funds to enable us to sponsor the teacher again for the school. The additional teacher allows this community to send children to school to further their education by another grade level.” For more information, go to cupforeducation.org or call 800.458.2233.
The Chain Collaborative provides support for projects in the coffee lands through collaboration and partnership. There are many amazing projects at origin and likewise there are many amazing coffee lovers looking to make a difference. We believe projects will only be stronger, more sustainable, and more responsive to real needs of coffee communities with collaborative support from all players in the supply chain. How do we do it? We provide developmental support to NGOs and nonprofits in coffee-growing regions. We connect coffee companies to projects they can directly support at origin. We offer monitoring and evaluation of existing projects at origin. We consult with all partners to make projects more sustainable and responsive to the needs of the beneficiaries. We build industry solidarity to pull resources together in creative, collaborative ways. We raise awareness in the coffee industry about sustainability and the supply chain. And we drink lots of coffee. If you want to collaborate with us or be a part of our team, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.