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Posted by Willy Franzen on November 28, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Associate Engineer - Chicago, IL||Chicago, IL|
|Manager, Human Resources - Kansas City, KS||Kansas City, KS|
|Maintenance Technician Refrigeration - Kansas City, KS||Kansas City, KS|
|Senior Controls Engineer - Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|Maintenance Technician||Claryville, KY|
|Regulatory Food Safety Specialist||Chicago, IL|
|Food Safety & Quality Specialist||Chicago, IL|
|Bilingual Human Resources Coordinator - Haltom City, TX||Fort Worth, TX|
|2nd Shift Log Loader/Unloader||Dyersburg, TN|
|Procurement Analyst||Chicago, IL|
I barely eat turkey during most of the year, but I take the protein very seriously on Thanksgiving. If you cook it right, it’s pretty awesome. But if you aren’t careful, you end up with a dry, flavorless waste of a bird’s life. This year I’m experimenting with a turchetta, but I have no idea how it’s going to turn out. If you prefer to play it safer with your meat products, you may want to check out Hillshire Brands. They are the Chicago, IL based company behind brands like Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Jimmy Dean, Sara Lee, and quite a few others. They’re also one of the top turkey producers in the U.S. (which is the top turkey producing country) according to this list.
Honestly, I don’t buy a lot of processed meat product or foods. Most of what Hillshire Brands produces isn’t for me, but it is for a lot of people. The company generates more than $4 billion in sales every year. Their goal is to become “the most innovative meat-centric food company in the U.S.” That can mean a lot of things, so I’m interested to see where it takes Hillshire. If you’d like to find out, go check out their Careers page. I have a turchetta to tend to, so I can’t go through them all for you today, but I do see that they have opportunities all across the country.
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