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Company Expectation: 

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 Centrum Valley Farms to provide opportunities for growth and clear paths toward advancement in our company.

Essential Job Functions

  • Quality & Compliance/Continuous Improvement: Produce a quality product that meets or exceeds our customer requirements such as but not limited;
    • Ensure pallets are not broken and are in good condition before using.
    • Make sure cases are properly taped
    • Place cases of eggs on skids according to label color and ensure all cases have labels. 
    • Confirm that all cases are properly labeled.  If a case is found to be missing a label attach the correct label per customer requirements to the case.
    • Stack cases straight on pallets while keeping orders organized as they are coming off the rail.
    • Damaged cases are to be placed in designated area to be reworked
    • Comply with all USDA regulations, Centrum Valley Farms Good Manufacturing Practices, SQF, Safety Programs, Bio-security Policies and Procedures and Food Defense Programs.
  • Execution: Properly identify and document pallet completion according to the daily production run plan.
  • Execution/Efficiency: Wrap pallets per customer requirements
  • Quality & Compliance: Follow Centrum Valley Farms SQF program
  • Initiative/Efficiency: Resolve as many immediately-correctable issues as possible in the course of his/her normal daily activities
  • Ownership/Continuous Improvement: Repair and maintain equipment where skill set and training allow in order to improve the reliability of the equipment. 
  • Safety & Security: Understand how to safely operate the various equipment in your area; such as the tape machine and pallet wrapper. 
  • Initiative/Execution: Immediately report any mechanical problems or poor quality conditions to the Plant Supervisor or Maintenance staff where help is needed for repairs
  • Safety & Security: Value your safety and the safety of your co-workers.
    • Follow all safety rules and regulations
    • Report all unsafe conditions to the plant supervisor immediately
    • Keep your work area clean
      • Clean eggs up off of floor as soon as possible
      • Place trash in the appropriate receptacle
    • Be mindful of all moving equipment in your area.
  • Service/Respect: Assist in creating a One-Team environment by communicating effectively with all plant supervision and staff. 
  • Service: Perform all other tasks as requested by management.



EDUCATION:                               Not Specified

EXPERIENCE:                            Prior egg processing experience a plus but not mandatory.

REQUIRED SKILLS:                    Safely operate all equipment in the processing plant.

Reading and comprehension skills necessary to follow instructions, and document.

Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team

PREFERRED SKILLS:                 Speak English and Spanish


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:     Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Must be able to twist and bend. Must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time on different surfaces, including concrete. Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed Must be able to reach and lift above the head. Need to be able to work in a fast paced environment.

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