SEABOARD FOODS OF IOWA Animal Care Taker in BLOOMFIELD, Iowa

SUMMARY: Seaboard Foods is seeking hard-working, physically fit, animal caretakers to fill open positions in multiple locations. Animal caretakers are responsible for attending to and caring for pigs in our swine production facilities. On-the-job training is provided; related experience is not necessary.PAY RATE:Pay ranges from $12.50 to $13.00 per hour depending on experienceWork 45+ hours per weekJOB DETAILS:Monitoring feed quality and water supplyMonitoring barn environment and ventilation systemsTreating and vaccinating sick animals as necessaryBreeding sows (if placed on sow farm)Processing piglets (if placed on sow farm)Loading and unloading pigs as scheduledMaintaining farm cleanlinessBENEFITS:Insurance including medical, vision, dental, prescription drugs and life insurance -- starts after 90 days401K retirement programVacation1 week (after 1 year of service)2 weeks (after 3 years of service)3 weeks (after 10 years of service)Holidays - 8 paid holidays after 90 days employmentReferral Bonus -- $1,000 for each referred hire (if employee and referred hire are both active after 6 months)Assistance with locating housingOn-the-Job training with advancement opportunitiesSKILLS REQUIRED: Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 25 pounds, work in a cold or hot environment and able to stand on concrete for a minimum of 8 hours daily.For more job opportunities at Seaboard Foods and other locations, please click here: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?_fromPublish=true&c=1157451&d=SeaboardFoodsExternal#/ABOUT SEABOARD FOODS:As a connected food system, Seaboard Foods cares for and raises pigs to produce safe, quality pork to feed people. The company has operations in six states and employs more than 5,000 people working at its farms, processing plant and in support areas who oversee every step of production from raising and caring for the pigs to processing pork. The company is a top U.S. pork producer and processor and a leading exporter of U.S. pork to more than 30 countries. In addition, Seaboard Foods' subsidiary, High Plains Bioenergy, has biodiesel, biogas and compressed natural gas operations. Because its pork products are served on tables throughout the world, Seaboard Foods fosters a culture of asking why and is committed to constantly doing better in the way it raises and cares for pigs for food every step of the way from before the farm to beyond the fork.