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Production Workers (3rd Shift) - $1,000.00 Sign-On Bonus

You love Little Debbie® snack cakes! How would you like to work with us to bring smiles to all of our customers? McKee Foods is seeking entry level Production Workers-3rd Shift to join our Family Bakery at our Collegedale, Tennessee location. We understand that 3rd shift is not for everybody, but if that sounds like a good fit for you, take the next step in your career. Earn more than double minimum wage and grow with America’s leading snack cake brand. Why Should You Apply?$1,000.00 Sign-On BonusGreat pay (with shift differential, starts at $18.64 and tops out at $19.56)19 days paid time off in your first year, and moreProfit sharingExcellent advancement opportunitiesFamily oriented and more - see full benefits below Schedule3rd ShiftSunday - Thursday, 10:30 p.m. - 6:30 a.m. (other days and hours as needed) The PositionThis is an entry-level position at our bakery that requires no previous experience. A great start to a career in Manufacturing!We’re looking for full-time production workers with a desire to work hard and the ability to be part of a teamWe offer on-the-job training in our modern facilityThe production worker job includes multiple job roles in packaging our snack cakes. In some areas you may rotate between the positions and perform all three of the tasks throughout your shift. In other areas, you’ll be primarily be assigned to one and just move to the others as needed. These tasks may be automated at varying degrees and can differ but we thought you'd like to get a better idea of what you would be doing every day.The “Feeder” takes the unwrapped product off the conveyor belt and puts it into a track that goes through a machine that wraps it into individually wrapped packages. The individually wrapped packages go to the “Catcher” who puts them into boxes you see on your grocery store shelf. Those boxes go to the “Palletizer” who puts them into shipping cases that go off to the shipping department.

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