Porter

Key Accountabilities


Ensures equipment, tools and plant are cleaned according to the company standards and USDA requirements.


Responsibilities



  • Makes sure the production room, mixing room and packaging room are clean and free of garbage throughout the production process.

  • Cleans any areas where condensation accumulates.

  • Cleans employee rest rooms and cafeteria.

  • Checks paper towel dispensers, at the beginning of the shift and refills as needed.

  • Distributes clean frocks to employees; makes sure used frocks are kept in a proper place.

  • Distributes hairnets and gloves as needed.

  • Vacuums office areas and empties garbage in offices and hallway.

  • Fills soap dispenser as needed.

  • Keeps equipment parts during cleaning.

  • Takes empty card board boxes from production to the bailer. Informs QA Manager when the compactor is full.

  • Follows Company and USDA requirements during cleaning

  • Properly uses sanitation chemicals.

  • Remove garbage and maintain the following areas clean: dry storage, freezers, shipping/receiving dock and outside grounds

  • Remove snow and clear emergency exits outside

  • Collecting and bailing plastic and recyclable materials

  • Washing and sanitizing equipment during changeovers


Required Skills

Skills, Experience & Qualifications



  • Experience with USDA/FDA and OSHA.



  • Team player that generates enthusiasm and builds effective working relationships.

  • Bilingual ‚€“ English/Spanish preferred

  • High School diploma

  • 1-2 years‚€™ experience in the food industry.

  • Able to work in the frozen, refrigerated and non-refrigerated environment.

  • Able to work with chemicals and lots of water.

  • Ability to push and pull heavy loads.

  • Ability to lift 50 lbs or more.

  • Standing and walking for a long hours.

  • Large amounts of repetition.


Required Experience

Typical Work Schedule: 6am - 2:30pm


Job Location
Romeoville, IL


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