Indiana Packers Quality Assurance 2nd Shift

Indiana Packers Corporation (IPC)
Immediate Full-Time Positions With Benefits Available
Indiana Packers Corporation operates a world-class pork processing facility nearby in Delphi, Indiana. IPC has immediate openings in the following areas:
Quality Assurance - 2nd shift - starting pay based on experience
Entry level pay $15.75/hr + .50 shift premium
Complete primal and sub-primal quality control audits.
Perform monitoring and verification tasks prescribed in HACCP and SSOP plans.
Complete other QA inspections including but not limited to: boneless meat inspections, ambient and product temperature monitoring, inspection of packaging materials, animal handling audits, process and procedural verifications
We are looking for an individual with a strong work record and excellent attendance. Meat experience is a plus. This person must be a self-starter and work with limited supervision. In addition, you must be able to lift 25-30 lbs. regularly and willing to work 45-60 hours per week.
Indiana Packers Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in a drug-free workplace and is a proud participant in the E-Verify Program.
Training is provided.
Indiana Packers offers its full-time team members excellent benefits including: 401k Savings Plan, Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance. IPC also provides eligible team members, and their families, access to our state of the art IPC Employee Health Clinic where scheduled appointments and specific generic prescriptions are free. Work includes extreme hot and cold environments, standing for extended periods of time, repetitive motions and lifting, and working with raw meat products.
Interested candidates can apply online or in-person at Indiana Packers Employment Center (976 Mezzanine Dr Suite B Lafayette, IN. 765-464-6719) from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

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