Initially, the primary duty will be manufacturing products to gain experience in the process. Then training new staff in manufacturing. While we have established a system for the procedures and practices, the Project Manager will lead the way in developing these systems as we grow.
The compensation for the position will begin as an owner equity agreement; work in exchange for permanent ownership in the company. Applicants must be able to possibly work until February 2021 without a salary. It can also develop into a salaried position. Modifications to these terms will be considered if a minimum wage is needed for a preferred applicant.
The percent of the interest in the company will be based on prior experience in operations and manufacturing goals met. No experience is required to apply; I am willing to guide someone into the job. At the early stage, working directly hands-on manufacturing products will be the primary responsibility. Percent equity in the company will vest (be given) monthly.
When we are establishing a large facility with machinery, we may acquire an experienced Chief Operations Officer. By that time you would have a good amount of vested interest in the company and may also have a salary if your work going forward as the Manager or Director of Operations.
The dividends (profits) paid to equity partners in the company may not occur for a year, but the shares are yours to keep.
We can answer any questions you have about the owner equity agreement. Looking forward to seeing your resume!
About Broth Bomb LLC
We make seasoning mixes that fizz when added to bean and veggie soups/stews. Funded on Kickstarter in 2019, just started manufacturing very recently.
We're looking for people who want to work for equity/ownership in the company; we will be able to provide salaries as soon as we attract a large investor. We've been interviewed by Shank Tank to go on the show and are connected with some of the biggest vegan investors, who are waiting for us to develope some new sales and inventory.
This is an amazing opportunity to gain ownership in a company that will become an international household name in the coming year.
We are pledging a portion of profits to help reduce the food desert phenomenon, for vegan activism, and for charities that represent the cultures that inspired some of our recipes.
The co-founder, Andrew, previously owned a restaurant delivery service working hand-in-hand with small culturally unique restaurants. The experience that led to his style of cooking and ultimately this company were learned through cultural exchanges, not appropriation, as he showed dozens of restaurants how to better serve the American consumers.
He became physically disabled and transformed his life, which included becoming vegan. Those experiences and 8 years cooking plant-based easy meals at home, led to the development of this company. He's the current CEO of the company and is in need of a team if dedicated partners to take Broth Bomb to the next level.