Do you desire to work for a company that is growing and puts their employees, patients, customers and consumers at the forefront of everything they do? At Nestle Health Science we live our why “Unparalleled passion for nourishing and enhancing lives” every day in everything we do.
Come join the world’s largest food company and start making a difference today!
We are looking for motivated individuals to join our team as Production Operators. We offer great pay, health and welfare benefits, retirement benefits and the opportunity to impact the lives of millions.
Average hourly rate is $26/hour
Quarterly bonus program
Full healthcare benefit package with 3 different medical plan level options, dental and vision plans
401(k) with a 4% company match
Short and Long-term disability
Life and AD&D Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Identity theft protection
Become part of a place where your work is valued. Join our growing team today!
Foods people love, brands people trust, and a career that feeds your future. At Nestlé Health Science, we provide high-quality products that are critical to living well. As individuals and teams, we accept strong leadership, make important contributions, and support each other’s professional development. Join the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company, and help us deliver satisfying foods that consumers around the world enjoy throughout every phase of life.
The secret to our success is our people!
The 1200 Nestle Ave. Eau Claire, WI medical nutrition production plant will be adding operators in a variety of areas on 12 hour overnight or 12 hour variable shifts at the end of 2020 and into 2021 as we take steps to increase production!
At Nestlé, basic duties and responsibilities for a production operator can include operating various pieces of production equipment; monitoring production processes and line operations; preparing and maintaining batch records and charts; sanitizing and cleaning equipment; performing inspections on products and preventative maintenance activities on equipment; operating material control equipment (e.g., palletizer, forklift and automated guided vehicles (AGV’s)); loading and unloading materials; weighing up and staging ingredients for processing; and using a computer system (SAP) to track production-related information. Operators apply the principles of continuous improvement in the workplace by leading shift hand over meetings and participating on problem solving teams.
While performing all duties, employees are expected to:
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.