Reser's Fine Foods

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    Posted Date / Fecha de Publicación 7 days ago(3/11/2019 4:06 PM)
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  • Recipe for Success

    Reser's Fine Foods is one of the nation's premiere manufacturers of high-quality refrigerated foods including deli salads, side dishes, chip dips, tortillas and Mexican snacks for families across the United States and Canada. Reser's manufactures thousands of products! Some of our brands include Reser's, Mrs. Kinsers, Don Pancho, Baja Café, and Stonemill Kitchens. You will see our mouth-watering products in supermarkets, restaurants and local outlets across the nation!

    Overview / Descripción

    Under constant supervision, rolls quality burritos in a fast paced production line.

    Responsibilities / Responsabilidades

    • Rolls burritos in a production line.
    • Follows Good Manufacturing Practices and safety policies.

    Qualifications / Calificaciones

    Job Specifications

    • Ability to lift and carry objects over 5 lbs.
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
    • Ability to work a flexible schedule based upon production demand.
    • English/Spanish bilingual a plus.

    Working Conditions

    • Repetitive hand, wrist and finger activities
    • Refrigerated food manufacturing plant.
    • The environment may be wet or dry and temperatures may range from 25°F to 110°F.
    • Lifting with packages in excess of 5 lbs is required.

    Great Benefits

    We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package designed to help employees live a healthier life, build rewarding careers and save for the future. Reser's offers choices whenever possible, because we recognize the diverse and ever changing needs of our employees. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, AD&D, life, 401(k) with match, wellness programs, paid holidays and vacation time to name few!

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