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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
2022-4840
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packaging, LLC, an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for an Operations Manager at our Long Prairie plant.   The Operations Manager is responsible for coordinating and supervising daily activities of the supervisors throughout the assigned production process to ensure efficient production of wholesome quality products, the safety of our staff that employees follow established rules and procedures.   As an Operations Manager you will: - Communicate with first shift to know what is needed to successfully complete the scheduled production needs; Advise department employees of work to be completed daily. - Assist supervisors with their individual scheduling needs. - Be able to communicate with superiors and subordinates to accomplish desired results. - Assist in the problem-solving process with all supervisors, superiors, and subordinates. - Conduct productive staff meetings. - Receive and resolve operation problems for shift. - Reduce costs and increase yields through direct involvement and delegated responsibilities. - Enforce and apply all company policies, safety, and food safety procedures. - Enforce and apply all SQF policies and procedures. - Monitor performance of supervisors and complete annual reviews. - Train new supervisors on your shift and assist them in becoming acclimated to the plant environment and production requirements. - Encourage teamwork, training, and learning. - Attend Company safety and production meetings. - Comply with all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements and procedures. - Maintain a helpful and professional attitude and appearance. - Apply and enforce all company policies. - Assist with discipline and employee evaluations. - Conduct active Food Security and Defense surveillance inside the facility and during its operation. - Other assigned duties as determined by the VP. - 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
2022-4838
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing, LLC, an American Foods Group Company has an opportunity for a Transport Driver at our Long Prairie, MN plant.   As a Transport Driver you will: - This is a part-time position without benefits. - Drive a motor vehicle to transport passengers to and from specific destinations in a timely manner.  - Check the condition of a vehicle's tires, windshield wipers, lights, oil, and gas to ensure that everything is in working order. - Comply with all traffic regulations to ensure that passengers have a smooth and safe ride. - Arrive at destinations on schedule.  Plan accordingly for traffic, construction and/or weather delays.  - Ensure passengers are seated properly and buckled up. - Communicate with Company representatives by telephone to exchange information and receive requests for service. - Interact with passengers in a professional and courteous manner at all times.  - Assist passengers in boarding or exiting or with baggage. - Answer questions about pickup schedules or routes. - Ensure vehicle is always fueled and ready for use. - Notify company of any necessary vehicle repairs; arrange as needed. - Complete paperwork or records as needed. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered
ID
2022-4825
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing Company, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has opportunities for a Cattle Driver at our Long Prairie, MN plant. You must have the ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment with a dedication to quality.    If you are looking to advance your career, join the AFG family where you can be a part of providing quality beef products to over 40 countries around the world. Training is provided.   As our Cattle Driver, you will: - Move cattle from pen to pen for ante-mortem inspection, check water troughs, and verify cattle counts per load. - Initial back of Ante-mortem card verifying cattle count. - Highlight front of card verifying all info is correct and signed by USDA. - Separate slow/challenged cattle. - Transport/move deads; use skid loader to clean pens. - 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
2022-4823
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
2022-4822
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
2022-4821
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
2022-4820
Shift(s)
2nd 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
2022-4819
Shift(s)
3rd 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
2022-4818
Shift(s)
2nd Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing, LLC., an American Foods Group Company, has an opportunity for a Recruiter 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 our Recruiter, you will: - Actively recruit, screen, interview, evaluate, and select production and production support candidates consistently per hiring policies and in accordance with Affirmative Action/EEO. - Build community relationships with local agencies (community services, colleges, high schools, employment agencies, recruiters, etc.) to identify new talent, provide company information, opportunities, and benefits; make presentations and maintain rapport. - Attend and coordinate job fairs (onsite and off-site) to attract new talent. - Assist with job postings and advertisement process using job services, newspaper, online, social media, radio, billboards, local publications, colleges, high schools, etc.). - Maintain and manage job postings using Applicant Tracking System (internal and external). - Determine applicant qualifications by interviewing applicants, analyzing responses, and comparing qualifications to job requirements. - Coordinate interviews and arrange travel and/or lodging as needed. - Ensure hire and pre-employment paperwork (job offer letter, Form I-9) is completed, per hiring policies. - Maintain recruiting reports (production staffing, interview, rehires, etc.). - Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; read professional publications; maintain personal networks; participate in professional organizations. - Propose and implement ongoing innovations and improvements to recruitment process. - Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and company policies. - 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
2022-4817
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Long Prairie
Long Prairie Packing Company, LLC an American Foods Group Company has opportunities for Cattle Barn 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.   Your hours will genrally be 8AM - 1PM working Saturdays with production.    As our Cattle Barn Clerk, you will: - Reconcile Cattle Receivings to Cattle Lineup. - Assist barn with clerical duties - Troubleshoot errors. - Input data into plant floor harvest system. - Serve as the main person to communicate between cattle barn and cattle payables during working hours. - 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
2022-4816
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-MN-Eden Prairie
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc. (RDI) is a holding company of vertically integrated business units including American Foods Group, LLC; the fifth largest group of beef processing companies, a pork processing plant, a logistics division, a fleet of trucks to support those operations, an agricultural chemical company, and a supplier of critical components to the bio-research and biomedical fields. We maintain extensive domestic operations, small international operations, and global product sales.   JOB SUMMARY Under the general direction of the VP of Total Rewards, Human Resource Business Partner (HRBP) is responsible for the delivery and implementation of a full range of HR services including, recruitment, hiring, development, employee relations, as well as compliance with established human resource policies, processes, systems, and applicable laws and regulations. The HRBP will collaborate with COEs and the business to implement HR initiatives in line with the organization’s strategic objectives.    As our Human Resource Business Partner you will: - Provide guidance and HR support for all stages of the Employee Lifecycle from attraction of talent to offboarding.  This includes all job responsibilities from drafting of employment letters to separation agreements. - Manage employee exit process, including communications, documentation, exit interviews and reporting/analysis. - Recruitment & Retention - Partner with Recruiting to ensure a conscious, deliberate approach to attracting and retaining top talent from both inside and outside the organization. - Manage and maintain legal and company compliance in all HR departmental activities including recruitment and hiring steps, I-9 verification, training programs, and various reporting requirements. - Conduct weekly orientation and onboarding for new hires. - Partner with Payroll to ensure all hourly and salary pay periods are accurate and timely. - Assist  employees  on  understanding health  and  welfare  benefit  options  and  conduct annual Open Enrollment meetings as needed. - Serve as general advisor on state, federal, and local employment law. Specifically, partner with  COEs  to  ensure  compliance  with  governmental regulations,  such  as: Affirmative Action (AAPs), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), etc. - Identify people related operational improvement opportunities and collaborate with HR Centers  of  Excellence  (COE)  and  business  unit  leaders  to  develop  and  implement improvement plans. - With the guidance of the VP of Total Rewards, partner with supervisors and managers across multiple locations to identify, discuss, and/or resolve employee relations issues and concerns. - Support HR decisioning by leveraging data to make fact-based decisions that enable the business to achieve its objectives. - Update human resources systems, ensuring accurate and timely processing of employee information.  Maintain data integrity and provide reporting from multiple sources including UKG and individuals related to headcount and other related data. - Effectively manage, communicate, and build relationships with a culturally diverse hourly and salaried workforce. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4732
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Eden Prairie
Location: Eden Prairie, MN Internship Dates: Full Time for approximately 12 weeks (May - August)   Summary The Lab Quality Technician is responsible for following procedures to process animal tissue in the lab. Responsible for achieving goals set by Quality Manager department goals and quality of work. Must ensure lab operations run safely, smoothly, efficiently, cleanly, and always remain in compliance and contribute to team effort.     As a Lab Quality Technician Intern, you will gain knowledge and understanding of the business through hands on activities, coaching, and projects. A few learning opportunities include: - Process tissue in lab per customer and company requirements; completing required paperwork. - Set up, clean up and sanitation of lab.  Stocking of supplies. - Work together with relevant teams and departments to improve product quality. - Ensure products adhere to company and industry quality standards. - Responsible for identifying technical issues, identifying the root cause of the problem, and assisting in implementing corrective actions. - Brainstorm ideas to create solutions for identified problems.  Utilizing corrective action processes. - Testing systems and procedures to ensure they meet technical standards and creating quality and safety documentation. - Document results and findings after inspections are carried out. - Develop inspection methods to analyze tissue quality.  Improve tissue quality by making recommendations for change. - Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data, making recommendations. - Execute process validations (IQ/OQ/PQ) and FMEA requirements. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.  
ID
2022-4670
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MN-Bloomington
Rosen’s Diversified, Inc. (RDI) is a holding company of vertically integrated business units including American Foods Group, LLC; the fifth largest group of beef processing companies, a pork processing plant, a logistics division, a fleet of trucks to support those operations, an agricultural chemical company, and a supplier of critical components to the bio-research and biomedical fields. We maintain extensive domestic operations, small international operations, and global product sales.   JOB SUMMARY The Retirement Benefit Plan(s) Administrator serves as the primary resource to a diverse employee population for information and education about the Company’s retirement plans while fostering a positive customer service environment. Specifically, the administrator will be primarily responsible for the administration of the Company’s various ERISA qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. In partnership with Company executives, this position will assist with the creation, implementation, day-to-day administration and legal compliance of the Company’s various retirement offerings and products which provide benefits to employees across multiple, diverse subsidiary companies.   As our Retirement Benefits Administrator you will: - Specifically responsible for 401(k) (Union and Non-Union), Senior Management Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan, Senior Management Death Benefit Plan, and Executive Voluntary Deferral Plan (hereafter together referred to as “Retirement Plans”); support as a subject matter expert to the Company committee(s) overseeing the Plans and participating employees, including rollover issues, beneficiary designations, early distributions, required minimum distributions, death notifications, etc. - Conduct or contribute to 401(k) plan(s) administration and compliance functions including, but not limited to, eligibility notifications, death notifications, and HCE determinations and notices. - Prepare or participate in Executive Voluntary Deferral Compensation monthly billings, distribution requests for deceased beneficiaries, retiree(s) payments, and new participant packets. - Partner with internal departments such as Tax and Payroll to provide, as needed, information and data for internal and external reporting. - Interface with and participate in scheduled meetings with appropriate plan vendors and providers to ensure adherence to plan provisions, provide feedback on services, initiate, and follow up on necessary administrative or procedural changes, and employee communications. - Initiate and manage projects: RFPs, plan design changes, fund changes, match analysis, etc. - Draft, review and/or deliver service agreements in compliance with all requirements, including delivery of required disclosures. - Participate in M&A due diligence and review of 401(k) impact resulting from purchase or sale. - Assist with complex plan issues including corrections, legal concerns, union discussions, etc. - Ensure the Retirement Plans are always updated and legally compliant. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2022-4598
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Additional Locations
Green Bay, WI