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JBS USA GRADING OPERATOR in Souderton, Pennsylvania

About JBS

JBS began in 1953 as a small, family-owned company in Brazil. We have continued to steadily grow and are now the largest animal protein processor in the world. Though our business has grown, our family values remain our foundation. We seek to hire dedicated individuals who are committed to learning and share our desire to be the best. At JBS, our team members are our most important asset and feeding the world is our greatest goal. The Souderton operation is a two-shift, beef-processing facility located in eastern Pennsylvania. JBS employs a total of 1,500 team members.

Souderton has the capacity to process more than 520,000 cattle per year and currently exports to 20 different countries around the world!

Opportunities

Investing in our people is a large part of the reason why success at JBS is so achievable. Working in operations gives you the opportunity to contribute to the very core of our business: producing the highest quality products for families around the globe. At the JBS operations facilities, we offer career growth opportunities for people with all kinds of interests and backgrounds who are interested in working in a fast-paced, hands-on environment. Additionally, opportunities abound for those who enjoy working within the production environment and are excited about both leading a team and ensuring we are producing a top quality, safe product for families across the globe.

Benefits

JBS® values the people who make our company a success. We want to be sure our team members know just how much we appreciate their dedication by ensuring they love working with us. As part of our total compensation package, JBS® and offers comprehensive employee benefits designed to meet the healthcare and financial goals of our team members and their families today, tomorrow and in the future.

COOLER GRADING OPERATOR

Job Description

  • Set up the area by 1st, turning the computer on

  • Proceed to calibrate the camera using dummy picture (Picture especially designed for calibration) in preparation for operation

  • Once production starts, during the steer run, scan the carcass ID tags with one hand from the carcass hanging on the moving power chain.

  • Once you have scanned the carcass ID, with both hands you now take a picture of the rib eye muscle of the same carcass you just scanned with the Camera hanging on the balancer. It is imperative you scan and take a picture of the same carcass for sequential track ability purposes

  • During the cow run, you scan the carcass ID Tags with one hand, with the other using a paint brush you will paint the vertebral column approved graders blue ink.

  • During the cow run, you scan the carcass ID Tags with one hand, with the other using a paint brush you will paint the vertebral column approved graders blue ink.

  • It is required that from time to time you help rehang carcasses that have fallen on the floor.

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