Pizza makers work in restaurants or fast food pizza chains where they prepare pizzas. The pizza can be for customers at the restaurant or for pickup and delivery. They ensure food safety and handling procedures are followed and monitor inventory and order more supplies when needed. Additionally, they clean workstations before pizza preparation and ensure all utensils and cooking equipment are sterilized before each use. Besides that, they plate or package pizzas as required by customers.
The minimum educational qualification for this role is a high school diploma or its equivalent. Employers prefer applicants with a food handler's license. You must have previous food preparation and food handling experience. You must possess communication, teamwork, leadership, and customer service skills. Also, you must pay great attention to detail. A pizza maker earns an average income of $26,693 annually. This varies from $17,000 to $42,000.