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Smith Frozen Foods, Inc

Combine Operator



Job Description
Position is seasonal from late May thru October
Wage: $10 per hour with a .25 cent per hour bonus at completion of harvest for each product


JOB SUMMARY:
Operates Pea Combine, and Corn Picker
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Drive combine to harvest the product. Troubleshoot and inspect machine for any problems. Road move equipment on main highways. Grease, fuel, unplug, and wash machine. Fill out down time paperwork for machine.
JOB SPECIFICATION
Must be at least 16 with a valid driver’s license.
Orientation: Read handbook, watch power-point presentation, multiple choice test.
Pre-employment drug test.
Average workday is 12-14 hour days, approx. 6 days per week (weather permitting)

The above duties describe the chief functions of the job and are not to be considered a detailed description of every duty of the job.








About Smith Frozen Foods, Inc
Smith Frozen Foods is a family owned company started in 1919 by Albert Smith. Through the generations the company was eventually purchased by Gordon and Sharon Smith. With a desire to keep the business with the family Gordon left his law career, rolled up his sleeves, and brought a successful company to a whole new level. With increased productivity and cold storage Smith Frozen Foods now produces over 130 million pounds of product specializing in peas, corn, carrots, and lima beans. With a processing facility that is in nature’s back yard we are able to bring these wonderful vegetables from ground to freezer in minimal time preserving the freshness you deserve.


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