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We at American Foods Group value the health and safety of our employees.  During the outbreak of COVID-19, we have taken the following aggressive steps to reduce the potential of virus transmission in our facilities.  Compliance with CDC and OSHA safety guidelines for meat processing facilities.  Implemented pre-work screening for COVID symptoms that meets or exceeds all CDC guidelines.  Requiring face coverings for all employees to be worn at all times in the facility.  Increased social distancing measures with visual reminders.  Installed physical dividers between workstations.  Enhanced cleaning of all areas, including employee break rooms, locker rooms and other employee common areas.

 

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Location : Location US-MN-Glencoe
Location: Midwest Research Swine (MRS) - Glencoe, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Quality Assurance Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Harvest, Fabrication and Tissue room observations, inspections and, recording of inspection and results of the following but not limited to: - Critical Control Point Inspections (Harvest and Fabrication). - Quat Audits. - Pre-Operational Inspection Activities. - Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures. - Animal Welfare. - Temperature Monitoring. - Deficiencies noticed that relate to GMPs. - Microbiology Swab Program. - Review end of day paperwork. - Monitor finish goods production dates for HACCP Guidelines. - Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices. - Contribute to team efforts by accomplishing related results. - 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
2021-3924
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Glencoe
Location: Collagen Solutions - Glencoe, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a LabQuality Assurance 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. - Set up, clean up, and sanitize lab and stock 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, identify root cause of problem, and assist in implementing corrective actions. - Brainstorm ideas to create solutions for identified problems.  Utilize corrective action processes. - Test systems and procedures to ensure they meet technical standards and create 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. - Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data, making recommendations. - Execute process validations (IQ/OQ/PQ) and FMEA requirements. - Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices. - Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results 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
2021-3923
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Location: Long Prairie, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As an Environmental Health & Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Conducting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Assessments, authoring job hazard analysis, and ensure compliance of respiratory/fall protection - Facilitating Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) orientations for new and existing employees, ensuring training(s) are current - Performing weekly EHS reporting and injury follow-ups - Leading with a high level of interpersonal tactfulness by verbalizing the needs of complex information such as Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) profiles - Supporting and working alongside management on critical projects while fostering a culture of continuous learning as you bring fresh ideas to the table - Working cross-functionally with strategic partners internally and externally to present data, while compelling a convincing message, encouraging buy in, and tracking the tasks to the plant’s accomplishments - Managing special projects (as needed) throughout the summer; researching and presenting findings verbally and written in an aesthetically appealing way - 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
2021-3920
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Location: Omaha, NE Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Quality Assurance/Food Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Monitoring employees and plant procedures according to the SQF code and the Active Food Security and Defense surveillance inside the facility and its operations - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should - Communicating with Line Leads and Supervisors if product does not meet specifications - Learning, understanding, and working to maintain the plant’s humane handling, safety, and quality assurance expectations - Maintaining daily records of integrity of finished product leaving the facility: ground beef sampling, leaker checks, HACCP temperature checks, metal detector/x-ray checks, finished product weight checks, tare checks, and specification checks - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility - 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
2021-3919
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Location: Long Prairie, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Quality Assurance/Food Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Monitoring employees and plant procedures according to the SQF code and the Active Food Security and Defense surveillance inside the facility and its operations - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should - Communicating with Line Leads and Supervisors if product does not meet specifications - Learning, understanding, and working to maintain the plant’s humane handling, safety, and quality assurance expectations - Maintaining daily records of integrity of finished product leaving the facility: ground beef sampling, leaker checks, HACCP temperature checks, metal detector/x-ray checks, finished product weight checks, tare checks, and specification checks - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility - 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
2021-3918
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
Location: Gibbon, NE Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Quality Assurance/Food Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Monitoring employees and plant procedures according to the SQF code and the Active Food Security and Defense surveillance inside the facility and its operations - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should - Communicating with Line Leads and Supervisors if product does not meet specifications - Learning, understanding, and working to maintain the plant’s humane handling, safety, and quality assurance expectations - Maintaining daily records of integrity of finished product leaving the facility: ground beef sampling, leaker checks, HACCP temperature checks, metal detector/x-ray checks, finished product weight checks, tare checks, and specification checks - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility - 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
2021-3917
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Location: Long Prairie, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   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
2021-3916
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Grand Island
Location: Midwest Express (Grand Island, NE) Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August 2022)   As a Transportation and Logistics Intern, you will:  - Assume responsibility for load planning, optimization, and scheduling of all loads. - Proactively work with team members to solve for service failures through relays or planning changes to exhaust all efforts of operations to execute at the lowest possible cost. - Pivotal link between Load Planner, Driver Managers (customer service and backhaul planning), Drivers, Maintenance, Safety, Payroll, Accounting and Human Resources. - Assign loads to trucks, following the company’s policy on planning requirements. - Process delay in transit messages for all loads and proactively communicate delays to customers on backhaul freight. - Respond to customer and operational needs by answering e-mails, phone calls, tracking shipments, and recovering shipments to service our customers. - Monitor KPI’s and provide solutions for continuous improvement. - 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
2021-3882
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Marketing & Communications - Video Production Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Assisting with all aspects of video production, including shooting, editing, and audio mixing. - Supporting all aspects of video animation projects, including storyboarding, design, and animation. - Preparing files for web, social, or video distribution. - Collaborating on design and video concepts with external and internal resources. - Attending and participating in internal meetings, presentations, and brainstorming sessions as directed. - Supporting marketing and communication tasks including digital design and social marketing. - Creating content that aligns with our company brand standards and culture. - Building and strengthening a network of professional contacts within the department and across the company. - Meeting deadlines. - Assisting with special projects as directed by leadership. - 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
2021-3800
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: America's Service Line - Green Bay, WI Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As an Environmental Health & Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Conducting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Assessments, authoring job hazard analysis, and ensure compliance of respiratory/fall protection - Facilitating Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) orientations for new and existing employees, ensuring training(s) are current - Performing weekly EHS reporting and injury follow-ups - Leading with a high level of interpersonal tactfulness by verbalizing the needs of complex information such as Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) profiles - Supporting and working alongside management on critical projects while fostering a culture of continuous learning as you bring fresh ideas to the table - Working cross-functionally with strategic partners internally and externally to present data, while compelling a convincing message, encouraging buy in, and tracking the tasks to the plant’s accomplishments - Managing special projects (as needed) throughout the summer; researching and presenting findings verbally and written in an aesthetically appealing way - 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
2021-3757
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-OH-Versailles
Location: King's Command Foods - Versailles, OH Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August 2022)   As a Research & Development intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Collecting and summarizing product data. - Assisting with formulating products and writing basic product ingredient statements. - Assisting with writing Operational and R&D Specifications. - Retaining and controlling product label in an organized fashion. - Utilizing company inventory, specification and product label systems as needed. - Ensuring the Nutritional Data Base is accurate and up to date. - Maintaining ingredient and packaging supplier data sheets. - Assisting with writing AFG product information sheets and USDA transmittals. - Assisting with formulating products and writing basic product ingredient statements. - 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
2021-3755
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location(s): Green Bay WI | Gibbon, NE | Long Prairie, MN | Omaha, NE   Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   As a Quality Assurance/Food Safety Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Monitoring employees and plant procedures according to the SQF code and the Active Food Security and Defense surveillance inside the facility and its operations - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should - Communicating with Line Leads and Supervisors if product does not meet specifications - Learning, understanding, and working to maintain the plant’s humane handling, safety, and quality assurance expectations - Maintaining daily records of integrity of finished product leaving the facility: ground beef sampling, leaker checks, HACCP temperature checks, metal detector/x-ray checks, finished product weight checks, tare checks, and specification checks - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility - 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
2021-3754
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location: Green Bay, WI or Long Prairie, MN   Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   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
2021-3753
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 2022)   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
2021-3751
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 2022)   As a C#.NET Intern, your primary responsibilities include: - Developing, and deploying 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 processes, system and data models, specifications, diagrams, and charts to provide direction to developers. - Confirming compatibility and interoperability of 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
2021-3750
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 2022)   As a Cybersecurity Intern, you will: Gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Providing technical support companywide to ensure the security of the Information Systems, including internal and external audit activities - Performing reviews of new and existing systems to identify deficiencies and application security including separation of duties, privilege account review, etc. - Verifying disaster recovery and business continuity plans are in place and tested. - Performing periodic security audits, vulnerability tests, risk analyses and security assessments. - Researching security standards, security systems and authentication protocols. - Reviewing public key infrastructures (PKIs), including use of certification authorities (CAs) and digital signatures. - Reviewing configuration of firewall, VPN, routers, IDS scanning technologies and servers. - Promoting security awareness programs and educational efforts. - Responding immediately to security-related incidents and provide a thorough post-event analysis. - 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
2021-3749
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Location(s):  Green Bay, WI | Yankton, SD   Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May – August 2022)   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 aging of their orders while analyzing their financial statements to assess risk. - Utilize an ERP system to perform activities efficiently - 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
2021-3748
Shift(s)
1st Shift