General Labor Second Shift

Job Locations US-TX-Monte Alto
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(6/1/2022 4:03 PM)
Job ID
2022-1834
Category
Operations, Production and Warehouse

Overview

The Pictsweet Company in Monte Alto, Texas is looking for general labors to join our team. New team members will works as a crew member preparing raw vegetables for processing.

Responsibilities

  • Inspects, grades and sorts raw vegetables for preparing, processing, and freezing.
  • Examines, classifies and separates produce on conveyor belt according to grade, color, and size of product.
  • Discards cull (inferior or defective) items and foreign material such as metal, glass, wood, plastic, stems, leaves, insects, etc.
  • Must notify superintendent, supervisor or QC Inspector immediately upon finding glass, rocks or animals (i.e. bird, rodent, amphibian, etc.)
  • May trim product with a knife or paring tool.
  • May form cases.
  • Manually packs  containers of finished product into cases.
  • Manually closes case (folds flaps).
  • Seals case by running case thru tape machine.
  • Stamps date code on packed cases.
  • Manually stacks twelve (12) three-pound, twenty (20) and thirty (30) pound cases of product onto pallets in the tie and height pattern assigned that item.
  • Maintains work areas clean.
  • Will don personal protective equipment (PPE) before commencing work.
  • Follows all safety guidelines set forth by the Company.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read or interpret documents such as safety rules/signs, operating and maintenance instructions and procedures preferred, but not required.

 

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to understand and carry out simple one or two step instructions.

 

OTHER:

  1. Ability to work a 12-hour shift.
  2. Ability to work a 7-day week; including holidays.
  3. Ability to work a rotating shift if necessary.

 

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