It can often feel like you’re not making any progress in your current career. In certain companies, progression can stagnate. It can affect job performance, sometimes even your life away from work. If you’re someone who craves satisfaction from the work they’re doing, this could be especially difficult. A switch may be necessary, and one company you should certainly look into is OSI Industries. The food distributor loves to challenge their employees and reward them for innovative thinking, performance, and humility. They think of their employees as family and are eager to not only help you grow but to make sure that you never feel as though you are stagnating in your job. This article will touch on some of the many jobs that OSI Industries currently has open.
1. Machine Operator
Specifically, in Riverside, California, there is an opening for a 2nd Shift Machine Operator at OSI Industries. The shift starts at 2:00 and involves assembling and setting up the required machines that are going to be used for that period of time. The operator is also required to disassemble and shut down the machine at the end of the day so that it can go through sanitation procedures. Not only is paperwork included in the job, but operators must also assist maintenance teams during breakdowns. This is so the operator better understands how the machine in question functions. While there is no listed education level required, workers are suggested to have at least two years worth of manufacturing experience. Workers should also be able to work in colder environments.
2. General Utility
In Oakland, Iowa, and actually at quite a few of their other plants, OSI Industries is seeking general utility workers. Those who don’t mind standing on their feet for long periods of time and are prepared to face the challenge of working in a fast-paced, repetitive environment are ideal. If you happen to have meat experience, as well, they consider that a bonus and could put you ahead of someone else. Only a high school diploma or GED are required, and workers must be able to work in both cold and hot environments. Some heavy lifting may be required, around 35 to 45 pounds, and workers will primarily be responsible for running machines, filling packages, and ensuring sanitation protocols are in place. Promotions are possible and likely for excellent service.
OSI Industries info: www.foodprocessing.com/top100/profiles/osigroup/