Production Worker

JOB POSITION: Production Worker

 LOCATION:      Arcadia, LA

DEPARTMENT:  Various departments

DATE POSTED: June 17, 2019


Production workers are needed for day shift and night shift. Jobs require performing one or more steps in the preparation of processing poultry products. Production employees use knives or scissors to cut up or debone chicken as it moves down the production line. This work involves standing for long periods of time, doing rapid and repetitive work in a cold and damp environment. It may also include lifting heavy objects.

In addition, seeking workers able to work in the Live Receiving department, which requires handling live chicken. This department is warm and dusty.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:  No previous experience required.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:  No specific education required.

House of Raeford Farms is committed to improving our employee’s quality of life by delivering a safe work environment, competitive pay, and a great benefits package. If you are interested in this opportunity to join our growing team, submit your application online today. For more information about our production openings, please call 318-263-9004. House of Raeford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


PHONE:  318-263-9004


FAX:  318-263-2479



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