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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
5 months ago

Pilgrim's Pride HIRING in Georgia!

Pilgirm's Pride is hiring production workers starting from $14.50 per hour.

Worried about COVID?

At Pilgrim’s, Safety Is A Condition, which means the safety of our team members comes first - always.

We have implemented safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are working to ensure social distancing within our facility. We have installed physical barriers throughout our facility such as plexi-glass or plastic barriers between team member work stations. Each day, temperature screens are performed for each employee and visitor before entering the facility. Face coverings are provided and required over the mouth and nose at all times when inside the facility, and enhanced cleaning and sanitation is regularly performed.

What you will do

  • Processes product using tools (to include knives), manual labor, and equipment provided in accordance with USDA and Pilgrim’s Company product standards and procedures.

  • Process product according to operating procedures and quality/quantity expectations.

  • Observes equipment operation, notifying appropriate personnel of any malfunctions and/or safety issues/concerns.

  • Clean and organize work area.

  • Assist others with the skills and knowledge gained from the position.

  • Observes all company personnel, quality, safety, and food safety policies. Maintains a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you work effectively and cooperatively with customers, clients, co-workers, and leadership teams.

  • Recognizes and acts on incidents and safety risks. Consistently practices and enforces safe work habits and drives those habits throughout the organization.

  • Participates in process improvement and problem solving utilizing continuous improvement and rational thinking methodologies.

High School diploma or G.E.D. preferred

Food or production experience preferred

Job salary and benefits:

  • Normal working days: Sunday night to Friday Morning

  • Normal work shifts: Third (Nights)

  • he hours for this role are Full-time, Permanent

  • Hourly "Non-exempt" position

  • Leave benefits include Paid holidays, Vacation/paid time off and Medical

  • Retirement benefits include 401K

  • Insurance benefits include Dental, Health, Life, Disability and Vision

  • Better Futures Program –2 Year Community College tuition paid for you or your dependents!

  • Opportunity to grow your career through our Supervisor Development Program

Interested in this role?

Get started here

#Georgia #Atlanta #hiringnews #jobsearch #PilgrimsPride #production

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
5 months ago

How to Get Hired at Frito-Lay!

Frito-Lay is on #nationwideusa hiring spree but landing a job seems to be an ongoing pain point for a majority of the interested job seekers. So, what's the key to hiring success at Frito-Lay?

Getting hired is a simple as 1-2-3!!

1 - Go to Frito-Lay Careers and apply online. This is the first and essential step to start your recruiting and hiring process.

  • Do you have an updated resume? Upload it onto your Jobcase Profile or use the resume builder option to create your new optimized resume. Use your profile to auto-fill your Frito-Lay online application. Your education, skills, and previous work experience will be reviewed in order to match you with suitable job opportunities that make sense.
  • Make sure you include your profile picture to ensure you drive more hiring manager interests to your potential and attract more member/employer connections in the community. See How to pick the right profile picture on Jobcase to learn how you can upload a profile pic that fits the image you want to present to employers.

2 - Stand out during your interview! Once you’ve scheduled your interview, you’ll receive email confirmation that includes all the necessary details: date, time, Zoom link and any additional instructions (e.g., where to call if you can’t get connected, etc)

  • Show Off Your Skills during the interview, be prepared to answer questions about your background, your problem-solving skills, and how you can make Frito-Lay a better place!
  • Ask key questions about the role, get a good feel for our workplace culture, and ask any questions you want about what it’s like to be a part of the Frito Family!

3 - Your Hired! Here are the next steps you can expect...

  • Once your interview is complete, if you are selected, you’ll get a call with your verbal offer. Once you accept the specific position, including schedule and pay, you’ll move to the next step.
  • Once you’ve accepted the verbal offer, watch your email for your written offer. This is probably the most important email in the hiring process! It contains the details of your offer, as well as instructions for completing your pre-employment screenings.
  • Finally, you’ll receive a link from our vendor partner, First Advantage, with information on how to successfully complete your background and drug screening, in accordance with applicable laws.
  • Once all of the above steps are complete, you’ll work with your hiring manager to determine your start date.

Congratulations, and welcome to the Frito-Lay family!

Ready to get started? Go to Frito-Lay Careers and search/apply for local job opportunities that meet your interests.

Connect right back with us if you have any questions about the application process and we'll be happy to assist. Thanks

#FritoLay #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #warehouse #manufacturing #production #sales #customerservice #administration #NationWideUSA

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Perdue is Hiring!

Perdue Premium Meat Company is now hiring for the newly acquired meat processing plant, Alexander & Hornung in St. Clair Shores, MI.

Great pay, excellent benefits and tremendous opportunity for growth! - Purdue Careers

Job Opportunities Include:

  • Production Labor
  • Sanitation
  • Production Manager

Join the virtual hiring event on Monday, June 8 and video chat directly with hiring managers from Perdue.

Interested applicants are encourage you to register today at https://events.laborconnect.net/perdue-hiring-event to receive the link to participate in the hiring event.

#hiringnews #production #sanitation #management #fulltime #Michigan

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
4 months ago

Takeda Hiring Events this week!

Takeda is hosting exciting hiring events you don't want to miss if you're actively seeking good paying employment opportunities in the Round Lake, IL area.

Talk with Takeda hiring managers about immediate job opportunities at one of these two hiring events...

Job Duties & General Responsibilities Include:

  • Support all local manufacturing operations.
  • Supply components, small parts, glassware, tubing, etc. to cell culture and purification areas.
  • Operate general production equipment (such as parts washers, autoclave, stir plates, etc.)
  • Complete relevant paperwork following GDP/GMP guidelines.
  • Manually clean all portable equipment and small parts.
  • Participate on Continuous Improvement Teams.
  • Receive and distribute supplies into the production area as necessary.
  • Perform daily cleaning of the production area to maintain in GMP fashion.
  • Prepare media and buffer solutions.

Use the links above to get more event details and register to attend for you interview appointment today!

Application Tips: Having an optimized resume in today's employment environment is essential! You can get more resume building tips on this quick read Improve Your Resume + Land That Job!.

If you decide to apply for this exciting job opportunity, make sure to include an optimize resume with your online application. Doing this will significantly improve your application rating and increase your probability to get called in for an interview.

When you have your resume build, upload it onto your Jobcase Profile or use the resume builder option to create your new optimized resume.

You can also maximize your hiring potential for this and other job opportunities by following these quick and easy online application strategies, see Jobcase app: profile tips to get hired for more information.

Feel free to reach right back to us on this post if you have any questions before you apply.

Thanks & Good Luck!

#Takeda #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #production #manufacturing #RoundLake #Illinois

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Elyssa Duncan

When preparing for an interview, here are some things that I find to be useful. I’d also recommend looking at our Tips to Getting Hired resource center. It’s a great page for tips about everything from crafting a perfect resume to knowing how (and when) to follow up with hiring managers to land your dream job.

  • Do your research about the company. Head to Tesla's website and poke around a little bit, specifically the "about us" page. It's important to find out as much as you can about the job and the company itself. It will help you prepare to answer interview questions about the company as well as help you craft questions to ask the interviewer.

    Get a sense of how they compare to other organizations in the same industry. By doing this prep research, you'll be able to determine if the company and its culture are a good fit for you and it will help you feel more confident in your interview.

  • Practice interviewing. Ask a friend or family member to conduct a mock interview with you! This will help you practice a confident speaking voice and approachable body language. While you may find this comes naturally to you, spend time performing them with friends, family, a pet, or in front of a mirror. This is a great time to review how to navigate tough interview questions.

  • Figure out what you're wearing. Don't wait until the last minute to pick out your outfit. Make sure your clothes are ready to go the night before and are stain-free and wrinkle-free. Check out these tips on what to wear to an interview!

You'll also want to know how and when to follow up after an interview.!

On the day of the interview, arrive 10 minutes early with a smile to make a great first impression! Good luck... let us know how else we can support you.

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
5 months ago

Hallmark Manufacturing Job Opportunities

The Hallmark manufacturing facility in Lawrence, KS has several new job opportunities for active job seekers in the area interested in full-time career job options.

Application Tips to Help Maximize Your Hiring Potential!

Upload or Build your new optimized resume - Do you have an updated resume? Upload it onto your Jobcase Profile or use the resume builder option to create your new optimized resume.

Doing this will help expedite your job search journey by making it easier for great local employers to find and recruit you!

Also, boost your job search results and hiring potential with these online brand-building tips offered in Elyssa's article, Jobcase app: profile tips to get hired.

Don’t forget to include your profile pic - A picture is worth a thousand words! Make sure you include your profile picture to ensure you drive more hiring manager interests to your potential and attract more member/employer connections in the community. See How to pick the right profile picture on Jobcase to learn how you can upload a profile pic that fits the image you want to present to employers.

Get Connected! - Your relationships are vital to your network! Use your old connections to propel your hiring potential to new levels. Connect with your family, friends, former co-workers, and managers today and ask them to follow and add personal/professional references on your profile. Doing this will help highlight your skill, strengths, and personal traits and inspire hiring decisions to go in your favor.

#Hallmark #hiringnews #jobsearch #manufacturing #Production #Supervisor #fulltime #Lawrence #Kansas

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
5 months ago

Frito-Lay is Hiring Individuals with Disabilities!

Frito-Lay believes that diversity brings new perspectives to the workplace and encourages innovation. The company efforts to increase diversity include a commitment to hiring people with disabilities.

Whether you’re in Frito-Lay plants, distribution centers, stores, or on the road, the company wants you to showcase your best skills!

Frito-Lay believes evaluations should be based on merits and performance, so you can grow your career with the company in ways that are unique to you.

EnAble: Frito-Lay ’s disability-focused employee resource group (ERG), called EnAble, is one of many Diversity and Inclusion Networks that promote a workplace culture where employees have an equal opportunity to contribute and succeed.

Frito-Lay's use the term “different abilities” to evoke a sense of inclusion and recognize the broad spectrum of value that varying abilities bring to our company.

EnAble provides resources for associates with different abilities, as well as those that care for them.This can include technology-based productivity tools, education, and more.

Through volunteerism and community fundraising events, EnAble raises awareness of the needs of persons with different abilities and the value they bring to PepsiCo and communities.

Learn more about Frito-Lay's disability and diversity hiring process and apply online today at Frito-Lay Careers

#FritoLay #production #Warehouse #Sales #hiringnews #jobsearch #disability #diversity #culture #NationWideUSA

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Mackenzie Salhoff

Depends on the store and the head boss. mine was an absolute racist and favored dudes to do anything in the store. The hours will be wishy washy and you can forget about health care. So in my opinion don't go there.

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Lora Yovino

I had onevery good manager at Wendy's who treated me well and like the good, hardworking human being I am. Otherwise, even though I quit working at Wendy's over a year ago, I still think about contacting the BBB about the company. One manager was asking me repeatedly to transfer to his store, and when I went to transfer, the transfer was blocked by the district manager. I called him to ask why. After repeatedly leaving messages, eight days later, he finally returned my call. The whole situation involved a lot of lies and management, and I eventually just wanted to talk to HR about it. I worked a day shift, and my shift supervisor said I was not allowed to speak to HR on the phone while I was on the clock. But the only time the HR lady would call me was within these hours. The time she called me, by the way, was eleven days after contacting her. Plus, I saw times when this shift supervisor would yell at crew members and violently attack objects near crew members when he was angry at the crew members. All this is considered normal by where I worked, that management is great and crew members are dirt. They also treat you like you're going to steal or try to get away with shady things. I was treated like I was stupid while I worked there. And when I was sick, I was not allowed to leave. When a friend of mine in another state told me he worked for Wendy's and he had a bad fall at work, he said they told him NOT to go to the doctor. Hmmm.... I got mistreated so much I quit, and said it was because I was afraid to work because of the pandemic. This was in March 2020. But it was because of the mistreatment.

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Justin Soronen
over 6 months ago

Looking for part-time warehouse work

I'm looking for something in warehouse or production part-time in or around Eau Claire Wisconsin.

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mario terrell
over 6 months ago

Production

Seeking work, I work independently,as well as a team.

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