Posted on Jan 29, 2021 by Cargill Meat Solutions
Location High River, AB
Earnings $21.25 to $23.50 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 36 to 48 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 50  Vacancies
Closing Date Mar 28, 2021
Cargill Meat Solutions
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Equipment and Machinery Experience
- Stunning devices
- Power cutting tools
3 years to less than 5 years
- Slaughter houses
- Meat processing and/or packing plant/establishment
- Slaughter cattle, calves, and sheep as prescribed by religious laws
- Slaughter livestock and remove viscera and other inedible parts from carcasses
- Remove bones from meat
- Cut beef, lamb, pork or veal carcasses or sides or quarters of carcasses into primal cuts for further cutting, processing or packaging
Security and Safety
- Drug test
- Criminal record check
Work Site Environment
Public transportation is not available
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Repetitive tasks
- Handling heavy loads
- Physically demanding
- Manual dexterity
- Attention to detail
- Hand-eye co-ordination
- Standing for extended periods
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
Work Location Information
- Willing to relocate
- Relocation costs not covered by employer
- Team player
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Mar 28, 2021
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Interest in operating equipment to split carcasses into smaller portions to facilitate handling
Interest in comparing information to remove viscera and other inedible parts from carcasses, and to skin, clean and trim carcasses
Interest in preparing meat for further processing, packaging and marketing
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