Skip to comments.Sanderson Farms begins hiring at Tyler poultry complex (1,400 jobs in Texas)
Posted on 07/14/2018 5:36:42 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Sanderson Farms, Inc., says they are beginning the hiring process for its newest poultry complex, which is under construction in Tyler.
The company says they are seeking to hire over 1,400 hourly team members, with initial operations set to begin in early 2019.
A statement from the company gives more details:
For those interested in pursuing hourly employment with the Fortune 1000 company, Sanderson Farms is hosting Sanderson Way Career Interest Sessions on Tuesday, July 17; Wednesday, July 18; and Thursday, July 19 at the Skills Training Center on Tyler Junior Colleges West Campus. Career interest sessions will begin at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. each day, and job seekers can attend any one of the nine session times offered throughout the three-day period to learn more about the various career opportunities available with the company. Each session will last approximately three hours and will include a presentation highlighting key employment information such as pay rates, employment benefits, job responsibilities and pre-employment screening requirements.
As a leader within the poultry industry with respect to employee compensation, Sanderson Farms team members are offered an outstanding pay and benefits package. Entry-level hourly employees begin earning $12.20 or more per hour, with wages varying according to shift time. Along with a competitive starting wage, employees who have been with Sanderson Farms for three months or longer are eligible for wage increases based on their tenure with the company. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Sanderson Farms line-operators earn more than teacher assistants, nurse assistants, bank tellers and security guards.
In addition to outstanding pay, Sanderson Farms offers a competitive benefits package that includes comprehensive and affordable health care plans including medical coverage for individuals and families, free preventative care screenings, low deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums....
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Good and they should. Because the work they do is dirtier, more demanding and unpleasant.
No habla espanol? no knee apply
As a life long bookkeeper, I advise the owners of this facility to be EXTRA SPECIAL CAREFUL in proving that whomever they hire is legal to work in the USA.
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