Dole Packaged Foods

  • Product Handler (Seasonal)

    Job Location US-CA-Atwater
    Temporary Full-Time
  • Overview



    The primary responsibility for this position is to handle fruit products by dumping, moving and stacking cases within the plant. Clean up tasks may be required as needed. This is a seasonal job with on-call status throughout the year as needed.


    • Responsible to comply with all Quality and Food Safety Management standards and/or systems to ensure continual improvement and effectiveness of the Food Safety Management System.
    • Follow all GMP’s (good manufacturing practices) and HACCP (hazard analysis critical control points) set for by the company.
    • Comply with all Safety Standards, rules and regulations.
    • Follow all SOP’s (standard operating procedures) for the operation of the equipment you will be using.
    • Will perform a variety of production tasks: including lifting, stacking, dumping, pushing and pulling of frozen fruit boxes.
    • Notify supervisor immediately of any unsafe work conditions.


    • Must be able to understand and carry out instructions regarding the job and safety procedures.           
    • Must be able to work any shift including weekends
    • Must be able to lift up to 62 pounds
    • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment
    • Must be able to work in a teamwork environment
    • Prior working experience in a Food Manufacturing setting preferred
    • Reliable attendance is an essential function of the job
    • Off Season Requirements - you MUST be available to work as needed in all Plant locations without exception to include, Consumer Pack, Pre-Mix, Plant I, Plant II to include all IQF areas, Resort, Shelf-Stable, Tub & Cup, Puree, Special Projects (Room #1)



    All qualified applicants will receive consideration or employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.


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