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Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
Gibbon Packing, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for Maintenance Mechanic. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.  Training is provided.   As Maintenance Mechanic, you will: - Predictive maintenance; vibration analysis to predict failure. - Preventive maintenance; lubrication and inspection at specified time intervals. - Repair maintenance; repair after equipment failure. - Ensure all safety and lock-out-tag-out procedures are followed, if applicable. - Maintain logs and required paperwork. - Maintain, disassemble, reassemble, repair, test, and inspect production equipment. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4744
Shift(s)
1st Shift, 2nd Shift, 3rd Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
Gibbon Packing, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for General Production. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    Hours Start time is between 4:55 am and 7 am based on position and production needs.   As General Production - Harvest, you will: - Perform a variety of specialized tasks in a warm, hot, humid or wet environment. - Properly use tools such as knives, hooks, or other specialized equipment. - Perform physical tasks which require upper body strength and constant repetitive movements. - Stand on hard surfaces the entire shift; use of stairs and personal protection equipment (PPE) is required in all areas of the facility. - Compliance with all food safety policies and regulations. - Adhere to all safety and housekeeping processes and procedures to ensure safety for our employees, customers and visitors. - Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions. - Work and collaborate with a diverse work population. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal. As General Production - Fabrication, you will: - Perform a variety of specialized tasks in a cold, wet, or damp environment. - Properly use hook, knife, saw, band saw or other equipment to perform specialized tasks, remove bones, trim, skin, separate, sort or cut standard or premium cuts of meat to specifications in preparation for further processing or packaging. - Perform physical tasks which require upper body strength and constant repetitive movements. - Stand on hard surfaces the entire shift; use of stairs and personal protection equipment (PPE) is required in all areas of the facility. - Compliance with all food safety policies and regulations. - Adhere to all safety and housekeeping processes and procedures to ensure safety for our employees, customers and visitors. - Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions. - Work and collaborate with a diverse work population. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4742
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef Processing, an American Foods Group company, has an exciting opportunity at our East River Plant.  We are looking for a Palletizer to join our team.  You must be able to lift, hoist, elevate, load, unload, transport, move, push or stack products or other materials by hand or with lift device (forklift, walker, pallet jack, etc.).  You will work both independently and as part of a team. You must be able to communicate effectively with all employees and management.   As a Palletizer, you will: - Remove boxes from the production line and place them onto pallets according to customer specifications (pattern and height). - Stack boxes as straight as possible on pallets; ensure they are stabilized before moving to prevent boxes from tipping over. - Properly tape or seal boxes. - Shrink wrap finished pallets and label appropriately. - Use forklift, walker or pallet jack to move pallets to designated area(s). - Report any deficiencies to the supervisor. - Read paperwork to determine stacking pattern/arrangement on pallet. - Examine and inspect containers, materials, and products to ensure that packing specifications are met. - Count product and materials. - Monitor packaging supplies to ensure an adequate amount is available for the shift. - Set up equipment as needed. - Monitor and change labels and date codes as needed. - Check sealed boxes of finished product coming from the production line to ensure they are labeled, taped and intact. - Enter pallet data into computer (pallet count, product information, pallets used). - Make sure product is separated by code dates appropriately. - Conduct forklift inspection at the start of the shift prior to equipment use; complete the Forklift Inspection Sheet verifying the inspection was conducted and the equipment safe to operate. - Provide backup assistance on the production line(s) as needed. - Perform all job functions safely in accordance with food safety and quality standards. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4735
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $19.50/Hr.
Location : Location US-MN-Eden Prairie
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc. (RDI) is a holding company of vertically integrated business units including American Foods Group, LLC; the fifth largest group of beef processing companies, a pork processing plant, a logistics division, a fleet of trucks to support those operations, an agricultural chemical company, and a supplier of critical components to the bio-research and biomedical fields. We maintain extensive domestic operations, small international operations, and global product sales.   JOB SUMMARY Under the general direction of the VP of Total Rewards, Human Resource Business Partner (HRBP) is responsible for the delivery and implementation of a full range of HR services including, recruitment, hiring, development, employee relations, as well as compliance with established human resource policies, processes, systems, and applicable laws and regulations. The HRBP will collaborate with COEs and the business to implement HR initiatives in line with the organization’s strategic objectives.    As our Human Resource Business Partner you will: - Provide guidance and HR support for all stages of the Employee Lifecycle from attraction of talent to offboarding.  This includes all job responsibilities from drafting of employment letters to separation agreements. - Manage employee exit process, including communications, documentation, exit interviews and reporting/analysis. - Recruitment & Retention - Partner with Recruiting to ensure a conscious, deliberate approach to attracting and retaining top talent from both inside and outside the organization. - Manage and maintain legal and company compliance in all HR departmental activities including recruitment and hiring steps, I-9 verification, training programs, and various reporting requirements. - Conduct weekly orientation and onboarding for new hires. - Partner with Payroll to ensure all hourly and salary pay periods are accurate and timely. - Assist  employees  on  understanding health  and  welfare  benefit  options  and  conduct annual Open Enrollment meetings as needed. - Serve as general advisor on state, federal, and local employment law. Specifically, partner with  COEs  to  ensure  compliance  with  governmental regulations,  such  as: Affirmative Action (AAPs), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), etc. - Identify people related operational improvement opportunities and collaborate with HR Centers  of  Excellence  (COE)  and  business  unit  leaders  to  develop  and  implement improvement plans. - With the guidance of the VP of Total Rewards, partner with supervisors and managers across multiple locations to identify, discuss, and/or resolve employee relations issues and concerns. - Support HR decisioning by leveraging data to make fact-based decisions that enable the business to achieve its objectives. - Update human resources systems, ensuring accurate and timely processing of employee information.  Maintain data integrity and provide reporting from multiple sources including UKG and individuals related to headcount and other related data. - Effectively manage, communicate, and build relationships with a culturally diverse hourly and salaried workforce. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4732
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Will vary depending on internship position Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August)   The Plant Operations Internship is a hands-on internship that is heavily engaged in day-to-day production activities manufacturing millions of pounds of beef on an annual basis. You will work with experienced employees to learn all aspects of either Harvest (Barn, Hide-On, Hide-Off, and Variety Meats) or Fabrication (Boning and Packaging) while developing managerial based skills. A few learning opportunities include: - Working alongside supervisors and employees in various departments to learn and understand daily production operations. - Identifying trends and making recommends improving plant processes and operations. - Partnering with management to develop and implement actions that protect company assets and profitability or set policies and procedures. - Developing management skills while leading and motivating others. - Interpreting, applying, and/or enforcing company policies, programs, rules, regulations, and safety rules in support of departmental and corporate goals for safety, quality, and production. - Active involvement in employee safety, food quality, and humane handling to ensure successful operations. - Completing projects assigned by your mentor. - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4719
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August). Position may extend through expected graduation date.    As a Human Resources Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects.  A few learning opportunities include:  - Learn driver talent acquisition process; observe and conduct interviews, review reports for compliance. - Work in cooperation with Safety and Compliance Department on Company Wellness Program. - Scan and organize paper-based employee files into an electronic solution. - Rotate through functional areas of business to learn how a human resource professional partners with and influences each department. - Maintain confidentiality of department/employee documents. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4702
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: American Foods Group Technology Center (Green Bay, WI) Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As an Applications Administrator Intern, your primary responsibilities include: - Monitor and triage issues across a wide variety of IT Applications and Technology Platforms including AFG Systems and custom applications for errors. - Initiate information gathering calls with the originator/end user/affected user and update tickets in our ticketing system. - Immediately triage and respond to incoming tickets, move to personal queue or other application queues. - Maintain appropriate status on open Incidents with summarized notes on resolution steps. - Escalate low priority issues to Production Support teams when severity increases. - Follow Production Support Service Level Objectives, (SLOs). - Prepare and deliver reports, recommendations, or alternatives that address existing and potential trouble areas in operating systems across the organization. - With proper training and experience, future duties of this role may include security administration, installation & upgrade of software, configuration of applications & systems. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal. 
ID
2022-4700
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
Location: Yankton, SD Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As a Finance, Accounting, and Credit Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - The intricacies of the balance sheet reconciliation process and prepare the monthly balance sheet reconciliations. Understanding month end close activities. - Basics of daily cash management - Various activities in plant accounting to include cattle procurement, A/P, daily estimates, margin reporting, yields, intercompany, inventory, and packaging. - Reverse, adjust, and correct journal entries. - Actively monitor customer accounts to keep track of their credit limit and while analyzing their financial statements to assess risk. - Utilize an ERP system to perform activities efficiently - AP, Billing Customers, Daily Estimates - Gain and understanding of management reporting and assist in the creation of reporting. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.  
ID
2022-4699
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Green Bay, WI Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As a Finance, Accounting, and Credit Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - The intricacies of the balance sheet reconciliation process and prepare the monthly balance sheet reconciliations. Understanding month end close activities. - Basics of daily cash management - Various activities in plant accounting to include cattle procurement, A/P, daily estimates, margin reporting, yields, intercompany, inventory, and packaging. - Reverse, adjust, and correct journal entries. - Actively monitor customer accounts to keep track of their credit limit and while analyzing their financial statements to assess risk. - Utilize an ERP system to perform activities efficiently - AP, Billing Customers, Daily Estimates - Gain and understanding of management reporting and assist in the creation of reporting. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.  
ID
2022-4698
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As a Finance, Accounting, and Credit Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - The intricacies of the balance sheet reconciliation process and prepare the monthly balance sheet reconciliations. Understanding month end close activities. - Basics of daily cash management - Various activities in plant accounting to include cattle procurement, A/P, daily estimates, margin reporting, yields, intercompany, inventory, and packaging. - Reverse, adjust, and correct journal entries. - Actively monitor customer accounts to keep track of their credit limit and while analyzing their financial statements to assess risk. - Utilize an ERP system to perform activities efficiently - AP, Billing Customers, Daily Estimates - Gain and understanding of management reporting and assist in the creation of reporting. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.  
ID
2022-4697
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: American Foods Group, LLC – Technology Center (Green Bay, WI) Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As an Infrastructure Operations Client Support Intern, you will assist the team with various processes to configure end-user devices and maintain the associated underlying Infrastructure. A few learning opportunities include: - Evaluating and prioritizing incoming tickets, calls, and issues to provide technical support and guidance to users. - Supporting technology as per written designs in line with AFG, departmental, and industry standards. - Accurately tracking, configuring, deploying, and maintaining end-user devices (including tablets, phones, R/F Scanners, PCs/Laptops, and other devices.) - Following project, testing, and implementation plans and project timelines. - Working on defined projects or assisting on larger tasks lists on projects. - Participating in testing of new technologies or processes and provide feedback. - Creating documentation as needed for any new or changed project or technology. - Participating in Infrastructure team activities (stand up meetings, D/R testing, etc.) - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal. 
ID
2022-4696
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef LLC (Acme Street) an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for Maintenance I at our Acme plant. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.  Training is provided.   As Maintenance I, you will: - Identify and locate parts/part numbers from machinery or equipment manuals or parts catalogs (e.g. Cryovac, overhead chains, rail switches, conveyors, saws, etc.). - Perform basic welding (e.g. primarily tig; some mig and stick). Ability to identify good and bad welds. - Perform routine preventive maintenance (e.g. grease bearings, lubricate, check fluid levels, replace filters, etc.) to ensure that machines run smoothly, building systems operate efficiently or the physical condition of buildings does not deteriorate. - Assemble, install or repair plumbing (e.g. threading pipe), equipment or machinery to keep machines, mechanical equipment, or the structure of an establishment in repair.  - Perform basic forklift maintenance (change tires, replace bushings, etc.). - Perform basic hydraulics (e.g. change motors, make hoses, etc.). - Complete necessary paperwork (PM sheets, work orders, etc.) - Assist in performing maintenance on scale equipment (e.g. portable, floor, and matrix - hot/cold) in applicable area(s). - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4690
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for an Electrician I at our Acme Street plant in Green Bay, WI .   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.    As an Electrician I, you will: - Use basic hand and power tools (i.e. band saws, multi-meter, and other tools) to operate all assigned electrical and mechanical equipment for the purpose of troubleshooting, repair, preventative maintenance also conducts tests of installed/repaired equipment/machinery and makes final adjustments. - Identify all parts, supplies, and services required to maintain equipment in assigned area and competes work orders in a timely manner meeting or exceeding pre-established deadlines to reduce downtime and meet production goals. - Plan layout, install, maintain, diagnose, troubleshoot, dissemble, refit, repair, and/or rebuild electrical equipment, systems, and machines including automatic and process controls, switch boards, HMI, control center and panels, relays, circuit breakers electronic control, printers, and scales (portable, floor, and matrix-hot/cold). - Perform maintenance and understand 110, 220, 480-volt single phase, three phases, controls, motor circuits and drive systems. - Under supervision, installs, maintains repairs and/or rebuilds complicated machines and plant equipment. - Assemble, install or repair plumbing (e.g. threading pipe), equipment or machinery to keep machines, mechanical equipment, or the structure of an establishment in repair.  - Perform basic welding (e.g. primarily tig; some mig and stick). Ability to identify good and bad welds. - Advise management on continued operation of equipment could be hazardous. - Complete necessary paperwork (PM sheets, work orders, etc.) and keep records of repairs and replacements made and causes of malfunctions. - Assist with repairs and/or maintenance at Northland or Cold Storage. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4689
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Minimum Qualifications (Required):  - Must have completed your Junior year at a credited College or University.  - Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  - Have the desire and ability to work well both independently and cross functionally.  - Are willing to engage others through strong communication and leadership skills.  - Are an inquisitive individual that has a desire to gain knowledge through experience.  - Ability to perform all duties required in both office and manufacturing environments wearing proper PPE. - Have reliable transportation to and from working location.  - Must be able to effectively communicate in English and Spanish (read, write, and speak). In return, at American Foods Group you will find a winning culture that will invest in you and your future. A few perks and experiences you will gain:  - Earning a competitive wage.  - Provided housing at no cost to you.  - The opportunity to become exposed and develop knowledge and skills associated with the food processing business.  - Thrive in a teamwork environment, honing interpersonal skills, and formulate potential career opportunities.  - Manage various projects throughout the internship that are specific to your declared discipline.  - Earn academic credits though a supervised educational internship (if applicable).  - Learn specifically about American Foods Group and gain real work experience that you cannot achieve in the classroom.  For further questions and/or concerns, please contact interns@americanfoodsgroup.com
ID
2022-4688
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Green Bay, WI Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   As a Purchasing Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Develop expertise in procurement fundamentals and categories. - Gain exposure to category contracts and supplier relationship management. - Gather and analyze data to provide meaningful insights. - Work with cross-functional teams on unique and focused project work. - Maintain updated records of agreements and contracts. - Introduction to and use of an MRP/ERP system to perform activities efficiently. - Assist with inventory management. - Analyze overall Procurement processes and suggest improvements. - Manage short-term project(s) and structure a presentation for Management team. - Prepare various Purchasing status reports. - Assist the Corporate Purchasing & Plant Buyers in their day-to-day activities (prepare Request for Quote (RFQ’s), update pricing, count physical inventory, provide delivery status updates, etc.). - Participate in supplier and internal meetings. - Learn and apply different types of software, e.g., Excel spreadsheets, to problems. - Project management: - Work closely with Corporate Purchasing to drive and execute Purchasing activities in cross-functional Project stakeholders regarding project deliverables. - Coordinate cross-functional input from Project stakeholders. - Assist in administrative tracking of Project deliverables. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal. 
ID
2022-4686
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Foristell
American Foods Group, LLC has a unique opportunity for a Project Controls Engineer.    Summary This Project Controls Engineer is a key member of the project build team for development and construction of the company’s new facility in Warren County, MO.  The role is responsible for project controls related to the construction budget and construction schedule.  The position serves as gatekeeper to the schedule and oversees the use/updating of the construction management software used for project management.  The position works closely with the general contractor project team as well as company project team members to ensure alignment with the overall project schedule.  The position provides input/feedback to project leadership and the project finance team to ensure project invoicing is in line with actual work completion.   As Project Controls Engineer you will: - Provide leadership to the project team in cost control, scheduling, and cost forecasting. - Provide subject matter expertise in budgeting and scheduling areas of the project through use of existing methodologies and software tools. - Ensure design and construction activities align with total cost of ownership methodologies. - Support project scope development, initial costing of project, and negotiation through the bid process. - Work with project controller for budget updates and utilization resource scheduling. - Coordinate with outside engineering firms on design of facility. - With the project team, work with local and state agencies through permitting process for new facility. - Identify and recommend potential process improvements to construction practices along with potential process improvements to the facility’s operation. - Lead development of scheduling and provide on-going oversight of project schedule for AFG vendors and general contractor. - Lead change management processes for scope or schedule changes for budget/cost control. - Work with construction manager(s) to communicate budget and schedule status to overall project team members. - Work with project team members in development of construction contracts and scope of work development. - Work with AFG vendors in development of project schedules for integration into master project schedule. - Work with project team and operations team to develop commissioning and startup plans for project. - Work with corporate engineering team to ensure equipment and construction practices are in alignment with corporate standards for construction. - Help project team ensure contractors are performing work in accordance with all safety guidelines for American Foods Group and OSHA requirements. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4680
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August). Position may extend through expected graduation date.   As a Bilingual Human Resources Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Provide support to the Human Resources Team with staffing, benefits, payroll, time tracking, employee relations, and other HR related matters. - Support the development of best practices as it relates to training employees how to become better engaged and self-sufficient with the tools available to them. - Provide technical and functional support to HRMS end users to include downloading apps, resetting passwords, demonstrating functionality, etc. - Research and respond to user inquiries and issues. - Analyze and present findings on the most effective training delivery methods for the wide variety of employee skill levels and generational characteristics. Report training tips that resonate with the employees, discussing any direct correlation with retention and the employee experience, and knowing how to use the tools available to them. - Develop and deliver engagement strategies for employees. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
ID
2022-4678
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August). Position may extend through expected graduation date.   As a Bilingual Human Resources Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Provide support to the Human Resources Team with staffing, benefits, payroll, time tracking, employee relations, and other HR related matters. - Support the development of best practices as it relates to training employees how to become better engaged and self-sufficient with the tools available to them. - Provide technical and functional support to HRMS end users to include downloading apps, resetting passwords, demonstrating functionality, etc. - Research and respond to user inquiries and issues. - Analyze and present findings on the most effective training delivery methods for the wide variety of employee skill levels and generational characteristics. Report training tips that resonate with the employees, discussing any direct correlation with retention and the employee experience, and knowing how to use the tools available to them. - Develop and deliver engagement strategies for employees. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
ID
2022-4677
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for our new Service Desk Support Technician II to join the rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI.   As our Service Desk Support Technician II, you will: - Serve as the primary point of contact for IT by responding to telephone calls, email, and personnel requests for technical support. - Be responsible for reviewing service desk ticket queues, documenting support, diagnostic activities, and escalating issues as required. - Promote cross-team relationships with other IT support team members to facilitate timely responses and resolutions. - Monitor progress and keep customers informed while providing excellent customer service. - Provide general remote support for desktops, laptops, mobile devices, printers, handheld scanners, and peripheral devices. - Provide general remote support for all IT approved software applications. - Be responsible for creating and maintaining documentation. - Provide detailed personal advice and guidance to all users in the effective use of systems, products, and services available to them. - Rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4674
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Eden Prairie
Location: Eden Prairie, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   Summary The Lab Quality Technician is responsible for following procedures to process animal tissue in the lab. Responsible for achieving goals set by Quality Manager department goals and quality of work. Must ensure lab operations run safely, smoothly, efficiently, cleanly, and always remain in compliance and contribute to team effort.     As a Lab Quality Technician Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Process tissue in lab per customer and company requirements; completing required paperwork. - Set up, clean up and sanitation of lab.  Stocking of supplies. - Work together with relevant teams and departments to improve product quality. - Ensure products adhere to company and industry quality standards. - Responsible for identifying technical issues, identifying the root cause of the problem, and assisting in implementing corrective actions. - Brainstorm ideas to create solutions for identified problems.  Utilizing corrective action processes. - Testing systems and procedures to ensure they meet technical standards and creating quality and safety documentation. - Document results and findings after inspections are carried out. - Develop inspection methods to analyze tissue quality.  Improve tissue quality by making recommendations for change. - Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data, making recommendations. - Execute process validations (IQ/OQ/PQ) and FMEA requirements. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.  
ID
2022-4670
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Foristell
American Foods Group, LLC has a unique opportunity for a Human Resources Manager - Plant Build Team to join the  team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Warren County, Missouri. This is an amazing opportunity to build a Human Resources function from the ground up for a state of the art beef harvest facility just west of St. Louis, Missouri.  The ideal candidate is someone who wants to get in at the very start to plan and build the function,  and then transition to the HR leader for the facility when it is fully operational.     Summary This role will support the new plant build team and will transition into the Human Resource Manager position for the plant.  As HR lead, you will partner with the leadership team to understand and execute the organization’s human resource and talent strategy as it relates to building and staffing the new  plant.  The focus will be on working with corporate HR and plant leadership to stand up the HR function for the new plant, then  building and executing the staffing and training plan for the plant as it ramps up to a 1300+ person facility.      The role will report to the build team initially and ultimately  to the operational leader of the plant with a functional reporting relationship to the AFG corporate Human Resources department.  S/he will have the opportunity to create a strategy to optimize HR performance within the plant that will achieve success by  turning new strategies, processes and systems into people results that are the envy of the industry. The position will deliver the full range of HR services to plant management and employees, including recruitment, hiring, development, employee engagement and relations, and total rewards, as well as compliance with established human resource policies and systems, and applicable laws and regulations.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Strategically design, build and deliver all necessary HR services, programs and initiatives aligned with the plant’s business strategy and AFG’s Human Resources strategy.  Act as a business partner, strategic solution provider, advisor, and counselor for the plant leadership team. - Effectively manage, communicate, and build relationships with a culturally diverse workforce from plant hourly associates through the plant supervisory and management team. This relationship needs to be built on significant manufacturing floor presence by the Human Resources team.  As part of this relationship, partner with supervisors/managers in handling conflict resolution, corrective and disciplinary actions as well as assist in conducting workplace investigations. Follow “open door” policy.  Facilitate communications between English and Spanish speaking employees, both verbal and written. - Partner with all levels of plant leadership to focus on employee engagement and retention efforts.  Be an internal champion for maintaining a plant team effort to positively affect employee turnover. Drive the talent acquisition and training/development process. - Develop a culture of continuous improvement. Coach HR staff to look for improvements in processes for both efficiency and results.  Continuously review and evaluate all HR services looking for improvements in consistency, compliance, efficiency and employee retention. - Manage and maintain legal and company compliance in all HR departmental activities including plant recruitment and hiring steps, I-9 verification, safety and health services reporting (where applicable), training programs, and various reporting requirements.  Serve as general advisor on state, federal, and local employment law and government regulations.  Specifically, ensure facility compliance with governmental regulations, such as: Affirmative Action (AAPs), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), etc.  Oversee benefits administration. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal. Competencies The competencies required for this position will follow the nine competencies set forth in [the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) Competency Model for HR Professionals at the Mid-Level or Senior Career Level] [the Human Resource Competency Model of the HR Competency Study (HRCS) Round 7].  [Further information on these competency requirements can be found at the AFG HR One Stop-Career Page.]     Supervisory Responsibility This position does have supervisory responsibility for Human Resources generalists, talent acquisition, and other HR staff working in the facility.
ID
2022-4659
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Foristell
American Foods Group, LLC has a unique opportunity for a Construction Safety Manager to join the plant build team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Warren County, Missouri.    Summary This Construction Safety Manager role will support the plant build team and transition into the EHS Safety Specialist position for the plant.  As the safety lead, you will partner with the leadership team to understand and execute the safety strategies as the plant ramps up. Additionally, this role will continuously improve the site EHS programs.    As Construction Safety Manager you will: - Be responsible for overseeing all contractors/vendors that AFG is accountable for as part of the overall project.  - Develop construction safety plan and work closely with Gray Construction safety leads. - Lead weekly safety meetings with AFG contractors and provide safety updates to project build team and AFG corporate leadership team.  - Lead safety orientation sessions with all contractors. - Perform regular site inspections and walk thrus to identify and correct potential hazards and risks. - Oversee insurance certificates, auditing of contractor safety programs, and on-site permits. - Manage company safety and environmental policies and procedures, as well as ensure the Company is in compliance with OSHA, EPA, and DNA regulations. - Offer new ideas while being conscientious, self-starting, and striving for excellence in all areas of job responsibilities. - Key member of the plant’s build team and provide technical EHS support. - Assurance of compliance to all regulations and standards at site. Primary point of contact for safety and environmental issues. - Investigate industrial accidents and incidents. Drive investigations to the root cause of issues and build consensus with both plant and corporate partners on permanent solutions.   These solutions need to be created in a timely manner. - Maintain liaison with national, state, and local safety and environmental organizations and take an active role in activities of such groups. Maintain federal, state, and local safety and environmental record keeping and permit requirements.  Must be proactive in meeting all regulatory deadlines in both safety and environmental compliance reporting. - Be engaged with all site contractors and sub-contractors  Use the relationships that you build to coordinate and conduct training to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. - Primary contact person for inspection conducted by local, state, and federal safety and environmental enforcement agencies. - Perform industrial hygiene monitoring as needed. - Facilitate safety awareness across the construction site. This includes coordinating safety committee meetings,  leadership briefings and meetings, weekly injury reporting and mitigation activities, and hands on activities promoting safety on our production floor. - Coordinate Risk management oversight to include WC Claims management and property inspections. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4658
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for an Infrastructure Operations Client Support Technician to join our rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI. As a crucial member of the Infrastructure team, you will find yourself challenged and contributing in a significant way to the success of the business.   Essential Responsibilities: - Evaluate and prioritize incoming tickets, calls, and issues to provide technical support and guidance to users. - Work with users to collection information to further investigate and resolve software, hardware, and peripherals issues. - Ensure Tickets are processed in a timely manner. - Facilitate communication with the user and any other support teams. - Escalates tickets to senior support with a warm handoff approach as needed. - Calls software and hardware vendors to request service when necessary. - Work within defined security procedures to maintain health by updating and running anti-virus/malware scans, search and destroys of spam emails, and operating system updates/patches. - Ensure systems are adequately tuned, patched and monitored to meet design specs at optimal levels. - Create documentation as needed for any new or changed project or technology. - Rely on experience and judgment to perform the functions of the job. - Exhibits a wide degree of creativity. - Support technology that aligns with AFG, departmental, and industry standards. - Participate in testing of new technologies or processes and provide feedback. - Become the subject matter expert on one or more technologies supported by assigned team. - Follow project, testing, and implementation plans and project timelines. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4647
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Additional Locations
Green Bay, WI
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef Processing, an American Foods Group company, has an opportunity for a Quality Assurance Technician I at our East River Plant in Green Bay, WI.   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.   As our Quality Assurance Technician I, you will: - Calibrate equipment. - Collect samples for testing. - Accurately prepare and process daily paperwork in an organized manner. - Perform visual line and finished product inspections to ensure conformance to specifications. - Place tags to hold or reject product, materials, or equipment not meeting specifications. - Notify supervisors or other personnel of production problems or stop production if serious product defects are present. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4614
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Bloomington
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc. (RDI) is a holding company of vertically integrated business units including American Foods Group, LLC; the fifth largest group of beef processing companies, a pork processing plant, a logistics division, a fleet of trucks to support those operations, an agricultural chemical company, and a supplier of critical components to the bio-research and biomedical fields. We maintain extensive domestic operations, small international operations, and global product sales.   JOB SUMMARY The Retirement Benefit Plan(s) Administrator serves as the primary resource to a diverse employee population for information and education about the Company’s retirement plans while fostering a positive customer service environment. Specifically, the administrator will be primarily responsible for the administration of the Company’s various ERISA qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. In partnership with Company executives, this position will assist with the creation, implementation, day-to-day administration and legal compliance of the Company’s various retirement offerings and products which provide benefits to employees across multiple, diverse subsidiary companies.   As our Retirement Benefits Administrator you will: - Specifically responsible for 401(k) (Union and Non-Union), Senior Management Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan, Senior Management Death Benefit Plan, and Executive Voluntary Deferral Plan (hereafter together referred to as “Retirement Plans”); support as a subject matter expert to the Company committee(s) overseeing the Plans and participating employees, including rollover issues, beneficiary designations, early distributions, required minimum distributions, death notifications, etc. - Conduct or contribute to 401(k) plan(s) administration and compliance functions including, but not limited to, eligibility notifications, death notifications, and HCE determinations and notices. - Prepare or participate in Executive Voluntary Deferral Compensation monthly billings, distribution requests for deceased beneficiaries, retiree(s) payments, and new participant packets. - Partner with internal departments such as Tax and Payroll to provide, as needed, information and data for internal and external reporting. - Interface with and participate in scheduled meetings with appropriate plan vendors and providers to ensure adherence to plan provisions, provide feedback on services, initiate, and follow up on necessary administrative or procedural changes, and employee communications. - Initiate and manage projects: RFPs, plan design changes, fund changes, match analysis, etc. - Draft, review and/or deliver service agreements in compliance with all requirements, including delivery of required disclosures. - Participate in M&A due diligence and review of 401(k) impact resulting from purchase or sale. - Assist with complex plan issues including corrections, legal concerns, union discussions, etc. - Ensure the Retirement Plans are always updated and legally compliant. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4598
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Additional Locations
Green Bay, WI
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for our new Infrastructure Operations Administrator to join the rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI.   As our Infrastructure Operations Administrator, you will: - Participate on a team that monitors, supports, maintains, and upgrades all IT Infrastructure and supporting systems across the organization. - Maintain monitoring systems to support enterprise Infrastructure. - Performs troubleshooting to remedy network, server, hardware, Azure, and other Infrastructure issues. - Ensures systems are adequately tuned and patched to meet requirements and design. - Fosters communication between Infrastructure and End User Services teams, serving as an escalation point for incidents, tasks, and requests. - Work with Engineering team to implement Change Requests, solutions, and projects. - Takes ownership of systems through the design, deployment, upgrade, and maintenance life cycle in order to meet the overall system health and uptime requirements. - Implements patches, new applications, and installation of infrastructure components. - Creates and maintains accurate documentation. - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4589
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Green Bay, WI   American Foods Group, LLC is searching for a Bilingual Human Resources Generalist.  In this role, you will serve as a resource for the AFG Human Resources Business Partner to achieve HR operational activities involving plant operations, while also developing corporate HR skills that would effectively transfer to a plant HR Manager role.   As the Bilingual Human Resources Generalist, you will: - Effectively communicate and be able to support a culturally diverse workforce of 3,500+ employees. - Assist with conducting workplace investigations, especially matters referred to corporate HR through the company’s Lighthouse hotline. Be able to see identify and escalate trends or issues. Complete initial investigations maintaining a high level of confidentiality. - Support plants in investigations and other plant based human resources activities needing corporate support. - Learn and assist with corporate HR functions that will broaden knowledge and support development as an HR manager. - Effectively create and maintain critical reports for management. - Provide verbal translation for individual meetings including but not limited to; investigations or supporting various training efforts. - Translate written materials as needed for other areas of departments, such as training materials, communication materials, company handbooks, procedures, etc. - Be responsible for knowledge of day-to-day employee relations activities within our plants including employee engagement and retention activities - Support the HR Director in organizing and retrieving corporate records, reports, policies in OneNote. - Take minutes of the regular Human Resources Department conferences, ensuring the effective communication with the members of the HR team. - Provide support to the Director of HR in other assigned projects as needed.  - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered preliminary.
ID
2022-4564
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Position: Infor ERP MEC Applications Analyst/Developer  Location: This position can be performed remotely within the United States.   Working at American Foods Group, LLC (AFG) gives you the unique opportunity to become part of a large, growing company that maintains a down-to-earth atmosphere where the CEO knows you by name. While the position is based at our robust Technology Center in Green Bay, WI, AFG remains a family business, with a long tradition of providing quality meat and agricultural products to our customers. Over the years, we have used our ability to quickly adapt to market conditions to turn challenges into successes. Today, we have over 4,500 employees and operate the fifth largest group of beef-processing companies in the United States. Rosen’s Diversified is a place where you can develop your career to the fullest, while working in a friendly environment.   We are seeking full-time, Infor ERP MEC Applications Analysts/Developers to join our rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI.   As an Infor ERP MEC Applications Analyst/Developer your primary responsibilities include: - Collaborating with decision makers, systems owners, and end users to define business, financial, and operations requirements and systems goals, and identify and resolve systems issues. - Orchestrating projects and corresponding strategies between business units and development teams. - Spearheading design sessions in prototyping new systems for the purpose of enhancing business processes, operations, and information process flow. - Reviewing and analyzing the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems and develop strategies for improving or further leveraging these systems. - Establishing the scope and parameters of systems analysis to define outcome criteria related measures of success. - Planning, designing, developing, and deploying new applications, and enhancements to existing applications. - Coordinating and performing in-depth tests, including end-user reviews, for modified and new systems, and post-implementation support. - Assisting with orientation and training to end users for all modified and new systems and mentoring junior staff. - Creating process, system and data models, specifications, diagrams, and charts to provide direction to developers. - Performing cost-benefit and return on investment analyses for proposed systems to aid management in making implementation decisions. - Confirming compatibility and interoperability of systems. - Preparing and delivering reports, recommendations, or alternatives that address existing and potential trouble areas in operating systems across the organization.
ID
2022-4510
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC (East River Facility), an American Foods Group company has opportunities for a Production Scheduler at our East River Plant.   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.   As a Production Scheduler, you will: - Be responsible for maintaining accurate production schedules based on sales orders and estimates, management and utilization of raw materials, and reporting production data. - Communicate and provide accurate reports to customers at their discretion. - Maintain product specification database for production support. - Maintain point of contact between production and sales and communicate any changes. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4432
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
America’s Service Line, LLC., the private fleet to American Foods Group, LLC., has a full-time 1st shift Fleet Maintenance Facilities opening in Green Bay, Wisconsin. We are searching for someone who is outgoing and dedicated to supporting our team. Fleet Maintenance Facilities provide superior service and support to our maintenance department and our office personnel, which in turn allows our maintenance technicians to better service our drivers and our office personnel to work in a welcoming environment.   As our Fleet Maintenance Facilities, you will: - Conduct internment inspections on tractors and trailers that come through the facility.   - Move equipment in and out of the shop area. - Conduct low-level maintenance repairs to building.  - When necessary, remove snow from the sidewalks and spread snow melt. - Clean building and shop floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming.  Gather and empty trash in offices and shop. - Clean and remove any debris in the shop area. Become familiar and use proper chemicals when necessary. - Remove scrap parts and metal in shop daily and place in appropriate recycling receptacles. - NOTE:  this description is not intended to be all-inclusive.  An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4414
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Position: Infor ERP Mongoose Applications Analyst/Developer  Location: This position can be performed remotely within the United States.   Working at American Foods Group, LLC (AFG) gives you the unique opportunity to become part of a large, growing company that maintains a down-to-earth atmosphere where the CEO knows you by name. While the position is based at our robust Technology Center in Green Bay, WI, AFG remains a family business, with a long tradition of providing quality meat and agricultural products to our customers. Over the years, we have used our ability to quickly adapt to market conditions to turn challenges into successes. Today, we have over 4,500 employees and operate the fifth largest group of beef-processing companies in the United States. Rosen’s Diversified is a place where you can develop your career to the fullest, while working in a friendly environment.   We are seeking full-time, Infor ERP Mongoose Applications Analysts/Developers to join our rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI.   As an Infor ERP Mongoose Applications Analyst/Developer, your primary responsibilities will include: - Collaborate with decision makers, systems owners, and end users to define business, financial, and operations requirements and systems goals, and identify and resolve systems issues. - Orchestrate projects and corresponding strategies between business units and development teams. - Spearhead design sessions in prototyping new systems for the purpose of enhancing business processes, operations, and information process flow. - Review and analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems and develop strategies for improving or further leveraging these systems. - Establish the scope and parameters of systems analysis to define outcome criteria related measures of success. - Plan, design, develop, and deploy new Infor Mongoose applications, and enhancements to existing Infor Mongoose applications. - Coordinate and perform in-depth tests, including end-user reviews, for modified and new systems, and post-implementation support. - Assist with orientation and training to end users for all modified and new systems and mentoring junior staff. - Create process, system and data models, specifications, diagrams, and charts to provide direction to developers. - Perform cost-benefit and return on investment analyses for proposed systems to aid management in making implementation decisions. - Confirm compatibility and interoperability of Mongoose with other Infor platforms and external systems. - Prepare and deliver reports, recommendations, or alternatives that address existing and potential trouble areas in operating systems across the organization. - NOTE:  this description is not intended to be all-inclusive.  An employee may perform other related duties to meet ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4412
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Skylark Meats, LLC., an American Foods Group company, has an opportunity for a Food Safety Coordinator to join our team in Omaha, NE.    If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries across the world.   As our Food Safety Coordinator, you will: - Conduct comprehensive annual HACCP reassessments including program review and functional audits of HACCP, SSOP, and pre-requisite programs and all supporting documents. - Keep the plant updated on all HACCP Related notices and directives. - Develop and lead the implementation of the SQF system. - Manage the employee training process to ensure there is successful completion and implementation of all required trainings. - Coordinate weekly SQF meetings with the Food Safety and Quality Assurance teams as needed. - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4410
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef Processing, an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for a Float at our Northland plant in Green Bay, WI .   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.    As a Float, you will: - Cover key positions for Big Line: Jack Operator, salt filler – line operator, blender operator, set up. - Cover key positions for Shipping: Forklift operator, shipping and receiving, janitor, formulation of jack operator, sampler, and set up. - Lock all equipment before working on it; after locked out follow equipment set up procedures. - Report any damaged equipment immediately to the lead person. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4357
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $16.50/Hr.
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
America’s Service Line, LLC., the private fleet to American Foods Group, LLC. has opportunities for a Fleet Maintenance Mechanic I at our Green Bay, WI location.  We are searching for someone who is outgoing, creative, and dedicated to supporting our team.  Fleet Maintenance Mechanics provide superior transportation service and support to our Over the Road Drivers which in turn allows them to better service our customers!   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.    As our Fleet Maintenance Mechanic I, you will: - Routine trailer inspections that come through inspection bay. - Monthly tractor inspections. - Train on preventive maintenance on trailers. - Train on tire repairs and achieve certification. - Train on minor preventive maintenance on tractors. - Train to understand basics of a refrigeration unit. - Train to understand basic electrical systems on equipment. - Train to operate Company vehicles at terminal only. - Work in an efficient, timely, accurate, safe, and professional manner in accordance with all company policies, including all OSHA, DOT, and other governmental standards and regulations. - Perform miscellaneous duties: building maintenance, snow removal, yard maintenance, etc. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4310
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
This is a hands-on position that is heavily engaged in day-to-day production activities manufacturing millions of pounds of beef on an annual basis. Individuals in the trainee program will work with experienced employees to learn all aspects of Harvest (Barn, Hide-On, Hide-Off, and Variety Meats), Fabrication (Boning and Packaging), and Quality Assurance (GMPs, HACCP, SQF, SOPs, SSOPs, etc.).   Operations Management Trainees are expected to effectively lead and develop assigned employees to efficiently produce a high-quality product. They will work cross functionally with the Plant Manager, and Vice President of Operations in the day-to-day management of the production Process of the facility.  Further advancement opportunities depend on individual leadership, management ability and the capacity to assume greater responsibility.   Responsibilities: - Work in different departments alongside supervisors and employees to learn, understand and positively impact production operations. - Partner with other managers to plan and direct the work of the organization. - Analyze Company reports to analyze efficiencies, profit and inventory activity. - Manage daily production, yields, and downtime. - Identify trends and recommend proactive or remedial action to manage business situations. - Expertise in government statuettes, law and regulations and company policies, procedures and guidelines. - Work with and through management to develop and implement actions that protect company assets and profitability or set policies and procedures. - Train and develop management skills while leading and motivating others. - Interpret, apply and/or enforce all company policies, programs, rules, regulations and safety rules in support of departmental and corporate goals for safety, quality and production. - Active involvement in employee safety and ensuring overall safety in the workplace. - Foster an environment conducive to achieving continuous improvement. - Proven ability to build strong teams and interact at all levels of the plant, including front line employees. - Attend or lead presentations, meetings, classes or training and create projects or presentations; take tests if applicable. - Interact with vendors, suppliers or customers. - NOTE: This description is not intended to be all inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4275
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
America’s Service Line, LLC., the private fleet to American Foods Group, LLC., has opportunities for a Fleet Maintenance Mechanic II at our Green Bay, WI location.  We are searching for someone who is outgoing, creative, and dedicated to supporting our team.  Fleet Maintenance Mechanics provide superior transportation service and support to our Over the Road Drivers which in turn allows them to better service our customers!   If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world.    As a Fleet Maintenance Mechanic II, you will: - Perform basic maintenance to include: - Semi-tractor and trailer inspections and identify problems which could cause breakdowns. - Oil changes and grease jobs on semi-tractors and trailers. - Basic understanding of suspensions on semi-tractors and trailers. - Basic understanding of ABS brake systems on semi-tractors and trailers. - Basic understanding of refrigeration units and perform pre-trips on refrigeration units. - Ability to perform repairs on tires and replace, if needed. - Basic understanding of electrical systems on semi-tractors and trailers and able to perform repairs or replacement parts. - Operate Company vehicles at terminal only. - Work in an efficient, timely, accurate, professional, and safe manner in accordance with all Company policies, DOT, OSHA and other governmental standards and regulations. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4226
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
American Foods Group, LLC. is searching for our new Information Technology Project Manager to join the rapidly growing Information Technology team in Green Bay, WI. As a crucial member of the I.T. Project Management Office, you will find yourself challenged and contributing in a significant way to the success of the business. We offer growth and advancement opportunities that will make this the best and last company you work for.   As the American Foods Group Information Technology Project Manager, you will: - Lead cross-functional projects, typically (but not exclusively), involving the development and implementation of business processes to meet identified business needs, acquiring, and utilizing the necessary resources and skills, within agreed parameters of cost, timescales, and quality. - Own the overall delivery of the project process during initiating, planning, executing, and closing of projects. - Work with the project requesters & Process Owners to ensure Project Line of Sight. - Receive and evaluate the Projects Business Case. - Manage the daily activities of the project work. - Facilitate the project processes outlined in American Foods Group’s project management methodology. - Ensure the Client/Organization and Process roles define the project expectations and product. - Produce a project Charter that identifies project Success Criteria. - Identify major project deliverables and all teams involved in delivering them. - Establish governance appropriate for the size and complexity of the project. - Generate a budgetary amount for achieving the project Success Criteria (scope, schedule, cost, risk, resource). - Facilitate decomposition of the Success Criteria into Project Requirements, then Deliverables and then Tasks. - Produce a sequence set of deliverables with input from the team that will guide project execution. - Identify and assigns resources to tasks. - Obtain the process Owner’s commitment to the plan. - Control the project’s daily activities. - Report project status and variances. - Lead the project change process. - Oversee the building a product that delivers the needed results. - Ensure quality measures are being met for products being delivered. - Conduct lessons learned and produces a ranked recommendations list. - Complete the project closeout checklist and scorecard. - NOTE:  this description is not intended to be all-inclusive.  An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4149
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
America’s Logistics, LLC. has a new opportunity for a Freight Broker in beautiful Green Bay, Wisconsin. This position will serve as a liaison between freight carriers and customers. Responsibilities include securing new accounts and communicating with dispatchers, drivers, and clients. Additionally, this position will negotiate current and future contracts to help maximize organizational profits.   As a Freight Broker, you will: - Generate new leads and develop new customers. - Identify and onboard new carriers based on compliance requirements. - Provide customers with quotes when necessary. - Book and negotiate loads with carriers. - Work with shippers and carriers to schedule pick-ups and deliveries. - Track shipments currently in progress and report any service issues to customers immediately. - Follow loads to completion and update all accessorials and detention as needed. - Handle all claims from start to finish. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4132
Shift(s)
1st Shift