To dump bagged ingredients and/or product which are used in the instant feed room and dry blend operation. 1. Lift Truck qualified. Secure totes, skids and supersacks of ingredients from warehouse. Return unused ingredients to warehouse. Remove trash from area and deposit in either trash compactor, cardboard compactor or recycle bin. Neatly restack super sacks for recycling. Transfer powder from super sacks to totes as needed. Sample, inventory, sort and align ingredient inventory as needed. 2. Maintain records of ingredients used. Insure that these ingredients are correct and properly cleaned before use. Take any routine samples of product or any other special samples needed. 3. Visually inspect ingredient containers for contamination and report all items found. 4. Be proficient and knowledgable in SAP and Formula management control. Use SAP to maintain accurate inventory and consumption of ingredients by item and location. Use Formula management control to obtain batch card detailing recipe for items to be dry blended. 5. Clean/vacuum/wash blenders on changeovers to specific SSOP’s 6. Dumping all bagged, boxes or barrelled ingredients into blender according to batch card instructions. 7. Assisting with building cleaning in the work areas and weekend clean up. 8. Any other duties as assigned by supervisor. THIS IS A 2ND SHIFT POSITION: 4 PM-12 AM
High school diploma or equivalent required Previous lift truck certification and experience highly desired. Previous experience in a food manufacturing environment strongly preferred. Ability to communicate written and orally in English. Willing and able to stand on a frequent basis. Willing and able to work overtime. Willing and able to work various shifts. Able to lift up to 50 pounds.
Make a good impression before you reach the interview room by updating and maintaining your LinkedIn profile. Prepare for your interview by researching the company, practicing your interview skills, and studying the position so you can see how your skills match up. So you aren’t flustered on your way to the interview, do a dry run to the interview location before your interview day. If you’re looking for more support, reach out to other veterans who have had success with job searching to help you prep.
Update your LinkedIn
Research our culture, our people, and the location of your interview
Do a dry run to the interview location
Prepare specific examples that fit the job requirements
Use our online skills translator to best explain your skills and experience
Practice a mock interview
Reach out to other veterans
During the Interview
During the interview:
Put your best foot forward by arriving in appropriate attire and showcasing the situations, behaviors, and outcomes that have led to your success. By highlighting the skills you obtained in the military and owning your accomplishments, you’ll make a lasting impression.
Dress in business formal
Have a printed copy of your résumé
Highlight the skills that match with this job
Share your accomplishments
Emphasize your dedication to the job
After the Interview
After the interview:
If you’re interested in the position, make it known! Sending an email or thank-you note show your appreciation and keep you in the interviewer’s mind. The job market is competitive, so don’t be discouraged by not landing a job on the first try. Instead, view each interview as a learning experience that will prepare you for future opportunities.
The Nestlé Companies are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran. If you require an accommodation in order to view or apply to open positions, please dial 711 and provide this number to the operator: 1-877-204-8650. For technical assistance: email NesCareersSupport@icareerhelp.com or phone 1-877-204-8650.