Want to make someone happy with your creations in the dough? You have all the right to be beaming. For a bakery job, you need to be able to check the quality of baking ingredients as well as prepare all the equipment for baking. Measuring and weighing the flour and other ingredients will also fall in your purview. As a baker, you would be required to knead, roll, cut and give shape to your creations. Combining the measured ingredients in blenders or mixers, setting the oven temperatures, placing the dough in equipment such as molds, sheets or pans would also be part of your KRA. The role and responsibilities of a baker also include placing and baking items in hot ovens or on grills. You would also be required to observe the color and the condition of the items that are being baked. Applying icings, toppings and glazes is also part of a baker's job. Commercial bakers use large and mostly automated machines, like commercial mixers, ovens, and conveyors. So, the candidate applying for a bakery job must be able to carefully follow instructions for production schedules and recipes. Budgeting for supplies, setting prices and also having a knack to know how much to produce each day is also an important aspect that the baker must know.