Blue Collar Recruiter
***UP TO $25/HR! – with the opportunity for raises
Started in the fall of 1994 processing game only. In 1999 we put on a substantial addition and quickly outgrew it. 2006 brought on a box truck and converted it into a Mobile Slaughter truck and started processing domestic meat during the ‘off-season’. 2011 found us purchasing a convenience store that had been closed and remodeled it into a meat market. In 2014 we purchased another piece of property and built a Slaughter Facility. Our Meat Market opened in February of 2015. We are finalizing Federal Inspection, which will allow us to provide ’Private Labeling’ for several clients who have requested it.
What we offer:
- Moving assistance
- 3% retirement account contributions (even without employee match)
- Competitive hourly wages
- Paid time off
- Health insurance assistance
- Career growth opportunities, promote from within culture
- Must be able to ‘hit the ground running’ other than learning our processes
- Thorough knowledge of Kill Floor and Cutting Room operations
- Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) knowledge is a definite plus
- Experience operating under Federal Inspection is also a plus
- Neither HACCP or Federal Inspection experience are ‘must haves’ but are very desirable.
- Knowledge of making smoked products such as hams, bacon, and jerky is also a plus
- Lead the crew while keeping a harmonious atmosphere
- Take instructions and manage the work load accordingly
- Take an animal from Gate to Plate
- Slaughter, skin, eviscerate and cool an animal
- Break down to primal then to retail and custom cuts
- Provide a high level of professionalism, communication, and integrity to our customers
- Be available to work 6am-2pm weekdays, some weekends as needed
- Extended hours during Fair and Hunting seasons
Connect with us today and learn more about this opportunity!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations are offered to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are encouraged to discuss potential accommodation with the employer.