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Flock Specialist Iowa Cage Free

Position Title:    Flock Specialist

Department:      Production

Reports To:        Farm Supervisor/lead

FLSA Status:     Full-time; Hourly       

 

About Us:

Joining the Versova family of companies is more than just starting a new job. When you are employed by Versova, you immediately are part of something bigger – a team of dedicated individuals working under a common set of core values and guiding principles.  As an organization and as individuals within that organization, we are guided by principles that include excellence, ownership, initiative, execution, and continuous improvement.

The Versova team is built from people who will integrate our shared values in their lives and work with our companies. Together we celebrate our collective efforts, perform to our highest potential, help others, enrich our communities and maintain strong ethical standards and accountability for our actions.

Our expectation of our team members is that every employee will take ownership by accepting accountability for their actions and proactively take initiative to execute any task. Our team members are good stewards of our people, birds, product and equipment.  Our team members also possess an attitude of servant leadership by always asking “what can I do to help”. Finally, by continuously striving to improve, our team members are driving our organization to be the premier egg producer. 

Team members that share and embrace our philosophy can expect Iowa Cage Free to provide opportunities for growth and clear paths toward advancement in our company.

 

Our business and commitment to service is built around the following Common Values; which we instill in all our employees:

1.)     Initiative

5.)     Quality

2.)     Service

 

6.)     Safety & Service

3.)     Stewardship

7.)     Community

4.)     Integrity

8.)     Respect

   

 

 

Job Summary:

The Flock Specialist is responsible for the health and conditions of the chickens.  This includes maintaining the highest standards of ethical treatment of chickens.  This position is also responsible for maintaining the equipment and facilities of the barn – both inside and out. 

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