Now hiring for Production Positions. Day & Night Shifts available.
The Production Associate performs a variety of manual or machine-assisted, repetitive tasks to produce whole turkey products, turkey parts, ready-to-cook turkey products, and ready-to-eat turkey products.
Starting Rates $13.50/hour along with Bonus Earning Potential. Ask about part-time opportunities with a schedule you choose!
Working conditions vary by department but may include:
- Temperature fluctuations from hot (ambient outside temperature during summer) to very cold (40 degrees Fahrenheit to ambient outside temperature during winter)
- Damp-to-wet conditions in the area
- Loud/noisy environment (86 – 99 dB)
- Exposure to raw meat and associated parts, including but not limited to organs, blood, and feces
- Work with loud and noisy machinery
- Work with or around chemicals/fumes/pungent odors
- Mandatory overtime or weekend work
- There is mandatory seasonal work for approximately 5 to 6 weeks during the months of October and November, which includes working 7 days per week
- Standing for up to four (4) hours at a time (time between breaks, and then from last break until end of shift)
- Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling up to sixty (60) pounds
- Ability to grip, grasp, and lift repetitively through the course of the workday
- Operating hand held and/or mechanical machinery.
- Ability to wear all personal protective equipment (PPE) and hygiene equipment, including but not limited to steel mesh guards, bump cap/hard hat, steel-toed footwear, hearing protection, smock, and gloves
- No minimum education requirement
- No previous work experience required
- Must be at least eighteen (18) years old
- Must be eligible to work legally in the United States
Butterball, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate against applicants for employment based on their race, sex, color, religion, national origin, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, or veteran status.
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