Cargill Protein is the umbrella organization of Cargill's North American beef, pork and turkey, foodservice, food distribution and case ready businesses. Our businesses based in Wichita, Kansas, provide wholesome, high quality, nutritious and flavorful products to customers ranging from foodservice operators and grocery stores, to food manufacturers and export markets. These businesses employ more than 28,000 people in the US and Canada, who work at dozens of processing and support facilities
Cargill Beef believes being an industry leader is about more than delivering the highest-quality products and service. It's about delivering on our promises. Throughout our history, our commitment to building a better future has been at the heart of everything we do. We continue to aggressively pursue improvements and produce real results that impact not only our operations but our industry, employees and the world around us. By continuously improving our products, processes and services we are ensuring a better, more sustainable future for our employees, for our customers, for our communities and for our company.
The role of a Cattle Scaler is an important role in the daily operations of our facilities. There are a variety of roles and responsibilities within this title. This position handles receiving, counting, sorting, live cattle. This job is important because it keeps track of cattle weights, lot numbers, determines the order of harvest, and keeps track of delivery trucks all while making safety and food safety the number one priorities. The animal's safety is also a large portion of the job as well.
While performing the duties of Cattle Scaler, the employee is regularly exposed to wet and/or humid conditions with slippery surfaces at varied heights; moving mechanical parts; fast paced warm/cool environment. Positions require standing the entire shift, the use of stairs, and the use of PPE which is required in all areas of the facility. The employee will be exposed to indoor and outdoor environments.
Perform repetitive tasks. Examples include:
Walking and standing
Communicating with cattle truck drivers, USDA inspectors, and harvest floor management
Creating documentation both written and digitally
Ensuring general safety, food and animal safety
Cleanliness and housekeeping
Maintaining a safe working environment
Legal to work in the US without the need of a Visa sponsorship
Over 18 Yrs old
Able to read, write, and speak English