Lamb Weston Cold Storage Attendant in Hermiston, Oregon
Job Description Summary
Under the supervision of the Production Supervisor and direction of the Warehouse Lead, this position assists the Warehouse Fork Lift Operator, performs warehouse sanitation, damaged product recouping, tote make up, and other miscellaneous warehouse duties as directed. This position entails sanitation in the warehouse, proper flow of finished product in bulk situations. Ability to identify products and maintain flow of products as production needs arise.
Maintains safe work practices at all times and participates in safety programs. • The operation of the mainline and by-line hydraulic blend systems. • Taking visual checks of all bulk product prior to blending to assure the product meets all company standards and specifications. • Filling and transporting bulk products from the tote room, and bulk-off stations to the bulk holding area by means of pallet jack. • The construction and building of tote bins (inclusive of liners). • Applying stacking aids to finished product when applicable. • Notifies supervisor immediately if there is a problem with the bulk product and turns off the blend system.
Sanitation of area. • Additional duties as assigned by Supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: • Must have good communication skills oral and written. • Must be able to work in zero-degree temperatures for long periods. • Ascending and descending stairs several times a shift. • Must have the ability to lift up to 50 pounds. • Must adhere to all company rules, policies and/or procedures concerning work, GMP’s and safety.
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Started in 1950 on a small farm in the Northwest region of the U.S., Lamb Weston has grown to be one of the world’s largest frozen potato companies, happily delivering the delicious goodness of fries to more than 100 countries. Lamb Weston has created inventive products and processes that are standards in the industry. When we look at a potato, we see possibilities.
Our people are a valuable and integral part of our business and play a vital role in our success as an organization. At Lamb Weston we offer the financial stability and career potential of a true industry leader.
Lamb Weston will offer you the opportunity to put your education and skills to work as part of a great team, contributing to the achievement of the organization’s goals and objectives. You will be challenged to take responsibility, drive results, show creativity, and display initiative - and you will be rewarded for your contributions and impact.
Let’s explore the possibilities together.
Lamb Weston is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
Your job search during COVID-19
As the COVID-19 issue continues to impact our communities, we are maintaining our mission to make a food people love and trust and are still filling open positions within the organization. In these uncertain times, we have adjusted several hiring procedures, including leaning more heavily on technology to keep us connected and help us find the very best people to join our team.
To help you in your search, we are providing tips that we hope will help you be successful in your job search.
Is Lamb Weston still hiring?
Yes, we are. Please search this site for the right role for you.
Are you conducting job interviews in person or in an office right now?
No, to comply with state restrictions and CDC and government guidance, we are limiting personal contact and are conducting interviews virtually - over the phone or through a video conferencing tool.
How do I prepare for a virtual interview?
You will receive instructions at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled interview. Take the time to review the instructions and get familiar with the video conferencing technology you’ll be using, if needed.
We recommend treating your video interview the same as an in-person interview. Be prepared to discuss your applicable experience, knowledge, and skill set. Have an outline of your experience and your resume to review with the hiring manager. Have a prepared list of questions you want to ask.
Smile and look at the camera and make eye contact with the person you’re interviewing with. Select a quiet location and use headphones if needed. Ensure your computer has an appropriate amount of battery life (or is plugged in), test your webcam and speakers in advance, and close all other applications on your computer.
Don’t stress - do what you can to make a good impression and get the information you need to make an informed decision.
Is the hiring process going to take longer than usual?
We are experiencing unprecedented circumstances and our processes may be delayed. Please be patient during your search and know we are working tirelessly to find the best fit for all our open positions.