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Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
Gibbon Packing, LLC., an American Foods Group company, has opportunities for a Dock Worker for our Gibbon, NE plant, but will be located at the Lineage facility in Grand Island, NE.   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 Dock Worker, you will:  - Check, count, store, ship, and receive product to meet company standards. - Understand and follow the fundamentals of food safety, HACCP, SQF, GMPs, and good warehousing practices. - Ensure proper receipt, storage, handling, and/or distribution of safe and quality food products at this facility.  - NOTE: this description does not intend 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
2022-4933
Shift(s)
1st Shift, 2nd Shift
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
2022-4932
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
2022-4931
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing Company, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for a Mechanical Engineering Technician I at our Long Prairie, MN plant.   As our Mechanical Enginering Technician 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; 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.  - Assemble, disassemble, repair, or replace defective equipment or parts (e.g., change belts, gearboxes, etc.). - Perform basic hydraulics (e.g., change motors, make hoses, etc.). - Complete necessary paperwork in EAM system (PM sheets, work orders, etc.). - Basic knowledge of electrical components and operation. - 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
2022-4930
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing, LLC, an American Foods Group Company, has an opportunity for a Human Resources Assistant at our Long Prairie, MN 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 Human Resources Assistant, you will: - Process and audit new hire Form I-9s. - Process and send employee verification letters. - Backup and assist with Kronos payroll. - Add and remove new employees and termed employees from benefits. - Balance benefits for payroll deductions. - Initiate and track Leaves of Absence and FMLA. - Upload new hire information into UKG and Kronos. - Scan new hire folders, disciplinary action, and other documents into UKG/EFM. - Reset employees UKG. - Add parking permits. - Update badge numbers as needed. - Send out term letters and eviction letters. - Add new hires and delete termed employees and employees when lease is up from the apartments. - Coordinate personnel activities with proper supervisors and department heads to promote employee relations. - Conduct employee relations and assist employees with questions (payroll, benefits, policies, etc.) - Maintain a high level of confidentiality, this job requires access to confidential and sensitive information, requiring ongoing discretion, and secure information management. - 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
2022-4929
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for General Production at our Long Prairie, Minnesota plant.   8-11+ hours/day, 5-6 days/week Hiring for day shift ONLY   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
2022-4928
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing LLC, an American Foods Group company, has an opportunity for a Health Services Assistant at our Long Prairie facility. 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.    As a Health Services Assistant, you will: - Lead pre-shift health screenings. - Assist with translations in Health Services. - Assist with employee cares as needed. - Translate for physical therapy. - Conduct hearing tests. - Complete filing and data entry. - Maintain confidentiality of all employee information and abide by HIPAA law. - 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
2022-4927
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
Cimpl's, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for a Mechanical Engineering Technician I at our Yankton, SD plant. - 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; 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.  - Assemble, disassemble, repair, or replace defective equipment or parts (e.g., change belts, gearboxes, etc.). - Perform basic hydraulics (e.g., change motors, make hoses, etc.). - Complete necessary paperwork in EAM system (PM sheets, work orders, etc.). - Basic knowledge of electrical components and operation. - 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
2022-4926
Shift(s)
2nd Shift, 3rd Shift
Pay
USD $25.00/Hr.
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
Cimpl's Meats, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has an opportunity for General Labor - Packaging at our Yankton, South Dakota 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 General Labor - Packaging, you will: - Come to your work station with all the proper garments and utensils for production. - Process product for packaging into machines. - Put product in machine pocket as instructed. - Ensure product flow is consistent to keep production operating at an efficient rate. - Label, box, or band product as needed and record times on production sheets. - Clean all machines, utensils, and floors by hand at end of shift. - 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
2022-4925
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Pracking Packing LLC, an American Foods Group company, has an opportunity for a Part time Screening Associate at our Long Prairie facility. 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.    As a Screening Associate, you will: - Screen all personnel coming onto the property for symptoms of COVID. - Observe employees as they check temperatures for accuracy. - Direct employees accordingly. - Ensure COVID policies are being followed for employees returning to work. - Personal protective equipment is required. - 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
2022-4924
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
Cimpl's Meats, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for General Production at our Yankton, South Dakota plant. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    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
2022-4923
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $20.00/Hr.
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing Company LLC, an American Foods Group Company, has an opportunity for a Quality Assurance Technician. 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 our Quality Assurance Technician, 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 (i.e. thermometer, pressure gauge or dial) to gather, measure, analyze, and record inspection data, such as weights, temperatures, grades, and quantities inspected or graded. - Interpret test results, compare them to established specifications and control limits, investigate and take corrective action, make recommendations on preventative measures, and document findings. - Conduct pre-operational inspection of production areas. - Prepare and process daily paperwork. - Provide guidance and train lower level employees on QA processes and standards.  Provide assistance to QA manager to help employees obtain missing core skills. - 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
2022-4922
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for Inventory Clerk. 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 an Inventory Clerk, you will: - Work closely with the Purchasing Manager. - Communicate with various teams within the organization as well as with vendors. - Plan, organize, direct and control activities to inventory products. - Loading and unloading of parts and equipment from freight companies. - Monitor and analyze company inventory turns by product. - Take orders from plant staff for parts and supplies stocked in storeroom inventory. - Receive parts and supplies to restock inventory and doing the restocking. - Issuing parts and supplies out of inventory thru inventory software like the EAM system and MRO system. - 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
2022-4921
Shift(s)
3rd Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing Company, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for a Digester Operator. 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 our Digester Operator, 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.). - Knowledge of and ability to perform basic welding (e.g. primarily tig; some mig and stick).  Ability to identify good and bad welds. - Perform routine preventative 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. - Complete necessary paperwork (PM sheets, work orders, etc.). - Notify lead or supervisor of any malfunctions or repairs needed. - Knowledge of and ability to troubleshoot centrifugal (chopper) and positive displacement pumps. - Knowledge of wastewater treatment, sampling, and testing procedures, including process flow. - 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
2022-4920
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Skylark Meats LLC, an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for 1st shift General Production at our Omaha, NE 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 General Production, you will: - Work in a wet, cold and damp environment doing a variety of tasks such as handling raw meat and packing product in boxes. - Duties will vary depending on position placed in and production requirements. - May require the use of the tools/equipment (i.e. knife and/or hook). - Perform physical tasks which require upper body strength and constant repetitive movements. - Stand on hard surfaces the entire shift; use of stairs and personal protective 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
2022-4919
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for General Production at our Acme plant. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    Hours: Harvest (1st Shift)     4:30 am - End of Shift (3:00 pm) Fabrication (1st Shift)   4:30 am - End of Shift (1:30 pm -3:30 pm) Fabrication (2nd Shift)  1:30 pm - End of Shift (9 pm)   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
2022-4918
Shift(s)
1st Shift, 2nd Shift
Pay
USD $20.05/Hr.
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for General Production - Harvest (4 Day Work Week) at our Acme plant.    4 Day Work Week - Harvest department.   - Work days: 3 different work schedules (A, B and C) that would rotate weekly. - Must be able to work all scheduled hours the full 4 days. - Employees will have the option to work additional hours with management approval. - Failure to work ALL scheduled hours will result in loss of incentive pay. 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.
ID
2022-4917
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $20.05/Hr.
Location : Location US-MN-Bloomington
Rosen’s Diversified Inc. is searching for our new Accountant to join the Accounting & Finance team. As an influential member of the team, you will find yourself challenged and contributing in a significant way to the success of the business, and you will be rewarded for that success.   Job Summary The Accountant reports directly to the Controller. This position will allow the individual to gain experience working in a multi-subsidiary finance department and be involved with multiple aspects of accounting within the monthly reporting process including inter-company accounts, oversee AR and AP, and assist with special projects matters as needed.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities - Enter invoices into A/P system and generate payments of checks, ACH’s, wires and intercompany payments - Have knowledge of approved vendors and policies to avoid paying unauthorized invoices and expenses - Verify that transactions comply with financial policies and procedures established by the Company - Perform routine financial tasks including intercompany reconciliations - Organize and maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable files and documentation - Maintain accurate record of accounts receivable; identifying and communicating problem accounts or issues to management and teammates to foster timely correction and teamwork - Research discrepancies and past-due amounts - Coordinate accounting matters with other departments, locations, and divisions - Answer internal and external AR / AP inquiries - Maintain 1099s and generate report at year end - Assist in the continuous improvement of information quality - Compile and analyze financial information to prepare entries to accounts, such as general ledger accounts - Prepare special financial reports as requested by management by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends - Assist with special projects - 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
2022-4915
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC (East River Facility), an American Foods Group company, has an opportunitiy for a Box Sorter 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 Box Sorter, you will: - Double check product is always being scanned to the correct pallet. - Tag, wrap, and scan pallets. - Sort boxes coming inbound and outbound. - Inspect the forklift or walker to ensure that it is safe to operate. - Fill out Forklift/Walker Inspection Form at the start of the shift and turn into shift supervisor. - 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
2022-4913
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $19.50/Hr.
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc., has an opportunity for a Graphic Designer in Omaha, NE.   Job Summary In this role, you will be responsible for the design and layout of various print and digital materials, such as brochures, PowerPoint presentations, ads, social media imagery, and more. This position will collaborate with art directors, cross-disciplinary teams, stakeholders, and clients to develop and execute compelling design solutions and engaging ideas rooted in strategy that moves business forward. It’s essential to have excellent attention to detail, be organized, work independently, and be part of a team. While we have brand guidelines that must be adhered to, there is still plenty of opportunities to demonstrate your creativity.   This in office role will work closely with the Art Director and Marketing Manager on various projects, including digital and print ads and campaigns, email blasts, flyers, website elements, logos, social media posts, PowerPoint templates, tradeshow collateral, posters, companywide communications, and packaging to style guides.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities - Work within Marketing to create, design and maintain consistent brand direction and execution of all marketing and sales collateral as needed to accomplish the organization’s goals - Coordinate the design and development of projects: - Understand the internal client’s vision through active listening, advanced communication and diplomacy with business partners, project owners, managers, and internal team members - Produce design assets for the Company’s sales and other departments: - Lead a project from the creative brief thru to completion - Leverage brand guidelines to develop a range of creative initiatives - Partner with the Marketing team on creative collaboration - Preflight, collect, upload, and download projects according to internal and vendor guidelines - Organize files following our processes and guidelines - Proofread artwork at all stages of production - Prepare and coordinate art to ensure all production details are understood and deadlines met - Ensure projects’ production quality and readiness are high-quality - Coordinate with outside vendors to complete projects and delivery services are on time and on budget - Manage multiple projects, prioritizing milestones, and influencing clients and design colleagues to deliver desirable solutions within provided time frames and budget - Bring valuable insight to the conceptual development for projects, be able to translate ideas into execution - Work closely with the Marketing team to conceptualize fresh and engaging designs and on-trend content - Build and maintain strong customer relationships and drive customer satisfaction through effective communication, efficient responses, and timely deliverables - Maintain relationships with external vendors, print representatives, and campaign managers to ensure collaboration in project activities - Support company initiatives through the execution of the marketing strategy and brand campaign(s) across channels - Provide a fresh perspective, add value to projects, and exhibit a sense of ownership in work product - 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
2022-4912
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc., has an opportunity for a Marketing Specialist in Omaha, NE.   Job Summary This in office position is part of the Marketing and Communications Department and reports to the Marketing Manager. You will support various marketing efforts for our family of companies, American Foods Group’s plants and our retail & foodservice brands. In addition, this position works closely with the Marketing Manager to implement marketing calendars and campaigns while actively supplying social media and website support. It’s essential to be organized in our fast-paced environment, have excellent attention to detail, and can work independently while being a part of a team.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities - Work closely with the Marketing Manager and design team on various projects - Manage multiple social media accounts for the company, which includes creating and maintaining a social media posting schedule, develop content across multiple platforms, and drive community and customer engagement - Support the marketing department with: - Competitive research - Maintain digital marketing analytics - Website(s) and platform(s) updates, maintenance, etc. - Industry analysis - Execution of marketing campaign - Intake projects from multiple business units: - Create detailed project briefs for the design team - Manage multiple design projects, keep projects on track, hold clients to delivery deadlines, and communicate timelines and limitations - Perform quality assurance and confirms project deliverables meet client expectations - Create and generate invoices - Build and maintain strong customer relationships and drive customer satisfaction through effective communication, efficient responses, and timely deliverables - Maintain relationships with external vendors, print representatives, and campaign managers to ensure collaboration in project activities - Support company initiatives through the execution of the marketing strategy and brand campaign(s) across channels - Provide a fresh perspective, add value to projects, and exhibit a sense of ownership in work product - 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
2022-4911
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
2022-4907
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Pay
USD $19.50/Hr.
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
2022-4906
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Pay
USD $19.50/Hr.
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef Processing, an American Foods Group Company has an opportunity for a Quality Assurance Manager at our East River plant.   As a Quality Assurance Manager, you will: - Update, maintain, and implement pertinent regulatory documents and records, product specifications, quality assurance records, and quality assurance personnel records/ files. - Enforce and monitor quality programs for product manufactured at American Foods Group - Help establish and monitor the acceptance criteria for our product and controls the disposition of nonconformance. - Assure all products produced in the plant meet or exceed customer requirements for quality. - Confers with management, customers, and other representatives in the planning, scheduling, coordinating, and enforcing the quality assurance program in conformance with customer requirements and production schedules. - Analyzes and interprets quality data and submits the results to designated personnel. - Provide leadership for the Quality Assurance department. - Preparation, conducting and follow up of internal and external audits. - Works with Government agencies and auditors - Responsible for crewing, scheduling, and training of Quality assurance employees. - Participate in plant management and operational meetings.  - Conduct line meetings with the quality assurance personnel. - 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
2022-4899
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Summary/Objective  The Director of Strategy and Corporate Development is a key contributor to the growth strategy and business development of American Foods Group. Working closely with the EVP Corporate Development, and with the AFG Strategic Leadership Team.  The position researches, analyzes, evaluates and presents new opportunities for company growth and supports the organic and inorganic growth projects launched by the company.  The position uses strategic, analytic and project management skills to direct multiple projects in parallel, providing critical information to the Strategic Leadership Team and other stakeholders.  The position supports the EVP Corporate Development in maintaining business relationships with existing and potential strategic customers, broader business leaders, private equity firms, investment bankers, brokers, and consultants to keep abreast of industry activities and to identify key opportunities.    Position Responsibilities   Growth Strategy Development - As a key supporting member of the Strategic Leadership Team and Corporate Development Function, provides insight and analyses to influence and drive strategic decisions that identify organic and inorganic growth opportunities for the company. - Develops growth targets – organic, extensions, acquisitions, and  strategic partnerships that align with AFG strategy. - Demonstrates an ability to “bring to life” compelling business cases which represent strong value propositions for the company.  Synthesize findings, insights, and recommendations in a compelling manner to generate appropriate strategic dialogue and discussion amongst stakeholders - Anticipates market trends, competitive activities, and customer’s strategies to identify and scope opportunities and evaluate possible risks. - Constantly monitors market and competition activities and provides feedback to leadership and other functional areas as appropriate. - Maintains industry knowledge by continual participation in educational opportunities, monitoring publications, maintaining personal networks, participation in professional organizations, industry associations and trade show meetings. Strategy Planning, Development, and Execution - Formulates and supports high level strategies with business leaders in support of business growth objectives and long-term investment decisions. - Creates ad-hoc analyses to drive business strategy, improve efficiency, and maximize ROI. - Translates strategies into actionable plans using project management skills and tools. - Continually assesses internal and external environments to support Company decision making. - Leads ongoing refinement and evaluation of existing and new business performance, culture, communication, data reporting, and other strategic issues. - Oversees and drives end-to-end problem-solving within projects, including leveraging analyses and insights produced by research and business inputs. Key Customer Development - Collaborates with the EVP of Corporate Development and the AFG’s sales and marketing teams to implement AFG’s strategies to drive customer growth and development. - Supports key customer relationships to ensure AFG is perceived as a key partner capable of solving customer needs. - Provides oversight of strategic customer relationships and when appropriate accompanies sales leadership on calls, aiding in the targeting of opportunities that can be converted into innovative and profitable new business. - Supports project teams within the company to successfully go to market with new product categories. Mergers & Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Alliances - Evaluates potential business opportunities including conducting market research, financial and other analysis and diligence, and communicating recommendations to the EVP Corporate Development and Strategic Leadership Team. - Supports cross-functional teams to evaluate and execute strategic transactions to meet the company’s growth strategy. Transactions could include mergers, acquisitions, investments, joint ventures, and other strategic partnerships. - In conjunction with Finance, develops detailed business cases including financial budgets and models, revenue forecast projections, EBITDA projections, financing options, and participates in recommendations to the executive team and Board of Directors. - Supports possible transactions from the beginning investigation to the due diligence process, to the negotiation and final legal and government reviews, to the closing and finally to managing of integration into the business. - Provide support to business units in post-acquisition integration, ongoing strategy assessment, development, and execution.
ID
2022-4894
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
Cimpl’s LLC, an American Foods Group Company has an opportunity for a Human Resources Liaison at our Yankton, SD plant.   As a Human Resources Liaison, you will: - Act as first point of contact assisting and guiding the new hires throughout the hiring and onboarding process. - Build relationships with new hires to aid in their success at Cimpl’s, LLC. - Answer new hires questions and identify areas of opportunity to aid new hires be successful in establishing ties within the community. - Assist new hires in getting established in the community with information and support with housing, school, driver’s license information, etc. - Answer their questions and assist with the benefit enrollment and access. - Support the hiring and training process for the new hires. - Provide referral services to the new hires to the services or local agencies. - Maintain close communication with local businesses and landlords to identify rental opportunities and/or services that can benefit new hires. - Maintain a positive attitude and be proactive. - Provide information and assistance related to the relocation assistance program to new hires. - 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
2022-4870
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Position Summary: Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC. is seeking individuals who are willing to complete a training period in order to become Production Supervisors in our fast-paced manufacturing facilities in Green Bay, WI.   Candidates must first successfully complete a 12-18 month rotational intensive program that provides an introduction to beef processing that will serve as a foundation throughout the employee’s career with Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC.   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 Fabrication (Boning and Packaging) and Quality Assurance (GMPs, HACCP, SQF, SOPs, SSOPs, etc.).   This is designed for individuals who are self-motivated and work well with little to no supervision.  Highly desirable for candidates to have ability to relocate following successful completion of trainee period.   Trainee period does not have a specific time frame but generally takes 12-18 months to become familiar with the business in order to assume greater responsibility. It is the goal of the Trainee program to develop individuals to assume management roles.     Production Supervisors are expected to effectively supervise assignment employees to efficiently produce a high-quality product.  Further advancement opportunities depend on individual leadership, management ability, and the capacity to assume greater responsibility.   Essential Functions: - Work in different departments alongside supervisors and employees to learn, understand, and positively impact production operations. - Accept delegated responsibilities and duties with the goal of eventually becoming a manager. - Work with other managers to plan and direct the work of the organization. - Evaluate work output. - Use Company reports to analyze efficiencies, profit, and inventory activity. - Identify trends and recommend proactive or remedial actions to manage business situations. - 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. - Become certified on forklifts and other material handling equipment. - Supervise, direct, develop, train employees within manufacturing. - 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. - Ensure the production and delivery of high quality products in a timely manner to ensure customer satisfaction. - Active involvement in employee safety and ensuring overall safety in the workplace. - Foster an environment conducive to achieving continuous improvement. - Attend presentations, meetings, classes, or training and create projects or presentations; take tests if applicable. - Interact with vendors, suppliers, or customers. - Display strong leadership skills with the ability to develop others. - Influence others and problem-solve. - 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
2022-4847
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-WI-Green Bay
Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has an opportunity for a QA Technician at our Acme Street 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.   As our QA Technician, you will: - Perform daily rotation of tasks (temperatures, box tare weights, sampling, and grade changes). - Review and accurately complete required paperwork (GMP checks, SSOP corrective action log, and SOP corrective action log) and be held accountable for accuracy. - Conduct pre-op/condensation/swabs. - Monitor the implementation and compliance of all food safety and quality procedures on the floor, report deficiencies, take corrective action, and follow up. - Perform visual line and finished product inspections to ensure conformance to specifications, and correct specification deficiencies. - Use production specification reports to gather, measure, analyze, and record inspection data, such as weights, temperatures, grades, and quantities inspected or graded. - Collect samples to be sent to lab for analysis. - Interact with USDA as needed. - Interpret test results, compare them to established specifications and control limits, investigate and take corrective action, make recommendations on preventative measures, and document findings. - Must be able to perform strength level 3 work. - 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
2022-4839
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
American Foods Group, LLC as an opportunity for a Corporate Construction Manager to join our Engineering team in Omaha, NE.   As our Corporate Construction Manager, you will provide leadership for the development of capital projects and oversight of construction activities that are in alignment with company and industry standards.   Responsibilities: - Ensure contractors are performing work in accordance with all safety guidelines for American Foods Group and OSHA requirements. - Manage capital projects at facility locations and oversee project schedules/budgets. - Provide leadership to plants in development of capital projects to ensure compliance to corporate construction specifications. - Act as subject matter expect in the area of construction management and project development. - Lead project scope development, initial costing of projects, and negation through the bid process. - Act as onsite lead for high profile construction projects at company locations. - Identify and recommend potential process improvements to construction practices along with potential process improvements to the facilities operation. - Assist budget estimates for capital projects and annual CAPEX process. - 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
2022-4814
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Location: Omaha, NE Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August).  Position may extend through expected graduation date.    As a Production Supervisor Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects.  A few learning opportunities include:  -  Learning the day-to-day operations by working under the supervision of the operations manager, supervisor, and HR through direct hands-on experience in all departments to learn business operations and processes for the Meat industry. - Identifying opportunities for improvement, including underlying root cause and suggest solutions and work with various departments to implement a creative solution to solve problems. - Partner with leadership to lead and direct the day-to-day activities of production. - Learning the flow of daily completion of production paperwork: - SSOP’s - Safety training forms - Time Detail from Kronos - Supervising and coordinating with employees to make sure all areas are clean, organized, and in proper operating condition at all times. - Assisting with completing orders and notify production scheduler of any issues and or incomplete orders. - Responsibility for employee welfare and safety. - Attending documented training on company procedures. - How to follow all SQF, HACCP, SSOP’s, SOP’s, and GMP policies and procedures. - 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
2022-4807
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Omaha
Location: Omaha, NE Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August).  Position may extend through expected graduation date.    As a Operations Production Scheduler Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include:  - Responsibility for maintaining accurate production schedules based on sales orders and estimates, management, and utilization of raw materials, and reporting production data. - Communicating and providing accurate reports to customers at their discretion. - Maintaining product specification database for production support. - Maintaining a point of contact between production and sales and communicate any changes. - Development, training, and execution of best practices of e-Purchasing, e-Commerce, SCM, CMMS, MRO, BPO, Consignment programs, and Supply Chain Integration Strategies. - Purchasing industrial equipment, utilities, plant packaging materials, and chemicals. - Assisting with establishing annual leasing programs and contracts at the facility level. Will work directly with Corporate Director of Purchasing on corporate strategic sourcing national account/agreement programs. - Assisting and monitoring in inventories. - 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
2022-4806
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Foristell
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Vice President Operations.   The Vice President of Operations is responsible for the overall success of plant operations. This position will oversee our America’s Heartland, Packing, LLC facility in Warren County, Missouri to ensure effective processes and practices are in place to achieve business success, employee success, and compliance with all applicable food safety and health and safety regulations.  The ideal candidate will be responsible for developing a leading a strong and effective plant team, and for developing and maintaining a culture built on mutual respect, empowerment, ownership and accountability. The VP of Plant Operations plays a critical role in the success of the company, being an engaged leader and possessing strong business acumen.  This role reports to the EVP of Operations, but will also report to the Project Lead during the project build phase.    Direct day-to-day operations: - Develop and implement plant based operating strategies to create consistent run times and maximize yields and profitability both over the short and long term withing the plant - Work closely with the EVP of Operations to ensure alignment of plant operations with the production and profit targets for corporate operations - Collaborate with plant leadership daily to address issues, solve problems and ensure smooth operations in the plant - Participate in the company’s daily production call and provide updates related to plant production, challenges or issues - Ensure industry best practices are being used within the plant to achieve company sustainability targets, including water usage, waste reduction, natural gas and electrical usage - Provide leadership and motivation that results in a high performing managerial team. - Oversee all operations and business activities within the plant to produce results that are consistent with the overall strategy and mission. - Delegate duties or functions appropriately to managers and supervisors and other employees, and establish procedures and controls to assure completion of plant objectives. Build and develop a strong team that works together to maximize quality, yields, efficiencies, and bottom-line results: - Direct production facility management to ensure the facility is maximizing grosses, yields and plant efficiencies. - Provide guidance to the department and functional managers to ensure timely decision making and problem resolution. - Ensure that plant positions are filled with talented managers and an effective succession plan is in place for key operations roles. - Ensure all parts of the organization are sharing information to optimize sales, grosses and yields. Collaborate with AFG leadership and external customers to ensure optimal value is achieved: - Collaborate with the VP of Engineering to ensure capital improvement projects are on track to generate expected results. - Manage strategic relationships with other AFG locations. - Coordinate production and shipping with other locations and company logistics as needed. - Understand and communicate customer requirements to the facility to ensure products meet customer expectations. Ensure effective processes and practices are in place that result in compliance with government health, food and employee safety regulations: - Oversee and manage the food safety function in the plant and communicate regularly with the VP of FSQA to identify concerns, solve problems and ensure operating practices comply with regulations. - Direct the facility leaders to ensure all food, health and safety compliance practices are being followed. - Work with HR and Environmental Health and Safety leadership to ensure that competitive labor rates, skilled workforce, effective safety programs and low incident rates are maintained at the location. Develop and foster a culture of respect, empowerment and accountability throughout the organization: - Provide guidance, support and expertise to leadership team members and empower them to run their departments. - Develop and sustain a culture of “safety first” across the entire employee population. - Model open and direct communication with leaders and employees to facilitate collaboration within their departments, and to make team members approachable, candid and direct. - Ensure that key leadership positions are filled with talented leaders and an effective succession plan is in place. - Develop and foster a culture of respect, empowerment, ownership and accountability throughout the 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
2022-4798
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
Location: Gibbon, NE Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August).  Position may extend through expected graduation date.    This is a hands-on Maintenance Internship that is heavily engaged in day-to-day maintenance activities in a Harvest plant manufacturing millions of pounds of beef on an annual basis. You will work with experienced employees to learn all aspects Maintenance while developing managerial based skills. A few learning opportunities include: - 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).  Identify good and bad welds. - Perform routine preventative maintenance (e.g. grease bearings, lubricate, check fluid levels, replace filters, etc.) to ensure machines run smoothly, building systems operate efficiently, or the physical condition of the building does not deteriorate.  - Assemble, install, or repair plumbing (e.g. threading pipe). - 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
2022-4791
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 Generalist Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include:  - Effectively communicate and be able to support a culturally diverse workforce of 3,500+ employees. - 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. - 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. - Support the HR Director in organizing and retrieving corporate records, reports, policies in OneNote. - Provide support to the Director of HR in other assigned projects as needed.  - Conduct HR Project work related to Manufacturing - 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
2022-4787
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-SD-Yankton
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
2022-4782
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
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
2022-4781
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
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:  - 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; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4778
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 Supply Chain 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 Supply Chain fundamentals and categories. - Gain exposure to warehousing contracts and vendor relationship management. - Gather and analyze data to provide meaningful insights. - Work with cross-functional teams, Transportation, Logistics, Plant Operations and Finance 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 Supply Chain initiatives. - Analyze overall Supply Chain processes and suggest improvements. - Manage short-term project(s) and structure a presentation for Management team. - Prepare and or review various Key Performance Indicator reports. - Participate in vendor and internal meetings. - Learn and apply different types of software, e.g., Excel spreadsheets, to problems. - Project management support: - Work closely with Transportation and Plant Operations teams to drive and execute Product handling and movement activities in cross-functional Project stakeholders regarding project deliverables. - Coordinate cross-functional input from Project stakeholders. - Assist in administrative tracking of Project deliverables. - Some travel and plant visits could be included as part of the learning experience. - 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
2022-4775
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Grand Island
Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August). Position may extend through expected graduation date.    As a Transportation and Logistics Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include:  - 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
2022-4763
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
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 onboarding 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; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4760
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 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
2022-4753
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 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. - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare. - 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. - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should. - Assist QA personnel and production with 3rd party audit preparations. - 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. - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility. - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur. - 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
2022-4752
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 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. - Monitoring intervention validation studies, sanitary operations, and animal welfare. - 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. - Checking to ensure all critical control points are functioning as they should. - Assist QA personnel and production with 3rd party audit preparations. - 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. - Recommending ways to improve the quality assurance program at the production facility. - Working alongside supervisors and USDA employees to solve contamination problems if they occur. - 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
2022-4750
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-NE-Gibbon
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
2022-4748
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-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, 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
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
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