3rd Shift Shipping Loader
1. Receives product into the Cooler areas.
A. Verifies product entering the cooler is packaged, stacked, and
sorted to QA standards.
B. Scans all product into inventory.
C. Places a master pallet marker to each pallet.
2. Moves received product from the stack off areas to the
A. Using pallet jack moves stacked, sorted, and scanned product
from the stack off areas to the cooler.
B. Verifies scanned accuracy as moved to cooler.
C. Supplies stack off areas with pallets and dry ice.
3. Loads and unloads trailers.
A. Loads and unloads pallets on trailer based on assigned orders
from sales and distribution.
B. Documents product loaded on a load diagram and ensures these two
agree to prevent manifest errors.
C. Ensures trailers are loaded in an alternate “T” according to
Perdue standards to prevent overweight axle limits.
D. Unloads product and supplies for other areas of plant
4. Maintain Safety, Housekeeping, and Quality Standards
A. Follow all safety requirements including proper use of personal
B. Maintain clean and uncluttered work areas.
C. Follow all USDA and Perdue Quality standards and Good
D. Notifies supervisor of any machine or process conditions that
are or may be affecting production, quality, safety, or sanitation
5. Performs other job related duties and assignments as
REM-03 WS-03 WS-TC
A. Temporary transfer to other Further II areas (Box Room, WPL, 28
Degree Room) as needed for job rotation, training, and/or
B. Perform other reasonable job related duties and activities as
directed by supervisor or management.
Shift start: 6:00PM
Shift length: 8 - 12 hours
Monday to Friday schedule 6pm to 230am with potential to work over
each day. $0.35 shift diferential added to hourly rate. Increase of
$0.50 per hour after 60 days.
- Health, dental, vision insurance - available after 60 days
- Paid time off
- 401(k) plan
- Must pass drug screen
- Can lift 50 lbs
- Must be at least 18+ years old
About Perdue Farms
Perdue Farms is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for
everyone they touch through innovative food and agricultural
products. Since their beginning on Arthur Perdue’s farm in 1920, to
their expansion into agribusiness and the introduction of the
PERDUE® brand of chicken and turkey under Frank Perdue. Continuing
with their third generation of leadership with Chairman Jim Perdue,
they've remained family-owned and family operated. They are working
to become the most-trusted name in food and agricultural