General Labor Warehouse

Responsibilities include efficient production that meets the customer's specifications in compliance with food safety regulations and quality requirements, as ell as sanitation duties following standard sanitary operating procedures, working safely, and other duties as assigned.
o Perform production and/or sanitation tasks according to stated work instructions, as efficiently as possible, in a production-line environment, as assigned by the supervisor.

o Safely operate production and sanitation equipment and machinery, use of tools, and handling of product from raw state through the packaging process.
o Compliance with all Good Manufacturing Practices, SQF/USDA/OSHA/ISO requirements, Environmental protection practices, as well as safety regulations, safe work practices, and job rotation.
o Read, understand, and follow written work instructions.
o Maintain accurate and complete records of production, hours worked, outputs, etc., as required.
o Maintain a clean work environment, including passing post-sanitation activity inspection.
o Inspect, grade, count, stack, move, cook, chill, and/or package product that complies with customers' requirements and product specifications.
o Take appropriate corrective and preventive actions when necessary to ensure safe quality food. Perform rework tasks as assigned.
o Regular attendance and adherence to the work schedule.
o Ability to work together with others as a team to achieve maximum outputs in a diverse workplace.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions.

Education and Experience Requirement:
High school diploma or equivalent is highly preferred. At a minimum, must be able to read, comprehend, write, and do basic math. Must have recent work history showing consistency in employment.

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