Food Process Worker

Sebring, Florida, United States · Operations

Description

Food processing workers are responsible for manufacturing and packaging of a wide selection of food items, in addition to grading, sorting, cleaning, counting, moving and packaging products. Being a food process worker, you would typically work in a fast moving production line, where frozen and non-frozen food passes down on conveyor belts, through a variety of stages; washing, inspecting, sorting, handling and packaging.


Requirements

You might be able to begin as a food processor without a formal education; on the other hand, some employers may have a preference to have some GCSEs. A good secondary education might also help your career prospects, for instance if you wish to move into a supervisory or managerial role.

You might be able to get into this field through apprenticeship. The range of apprenticeships obtainable in your area will depend on the local jobs market and the kinds of skills employers require from their workers.

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