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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Field Workers, Agricultural Equipment Operators, Van Drivers

Foothill Packing, Inc. YU-21

Cantua Creek, CA

$19.75 per hour

ACTIVE

Recruitment Information

Telephone Number to Apply:
+19286272340
Extension
212
Email address to Apply:
gabriela@foothillpacking.com

Job Description

Full Time:
Yes
Number of Workers Requested:
6
Job Duties:
Field Workers, (Harvest) Mini Watermelon and Regular Watermelon, (Conventional & Organic) & Melon Harvest (Conventional & Organic), Agricultural Equipment Operator and Van Drivers Mini Watermelon and Melon-Field harvest workers must be able to walk in uneven rows, and identify ripened fruit through various techniques, such as color, striping, shape as directed by Supervisors. The worker would then use a knife to cut ripe watermelons/melons off the vine. Workers then place the fruit on packing machine while walking on uneven rows through the fields. Workers on top of the packing machine will then identify size, and pack in a box, bag, tote, or bin. Workers will construct containers, whether boxes, baskets, or bins. Workers will then place fruit in the container, and then label each fruit with a sticker that identifies the commodity. After fruit is stickered, a divider will be placed inside boxes. Boxes sized will then either be stacked on pallets on a field trailer, or put into a bin, and marked according by size and information pertaining to the crew and location. Regular Seedless Watermelon: Field harvest workers must be able to walk in uneven rows, identify ripe fruit, and use a knife to cut ripe watermelons off the vine. Worker will then move fruit into furrow/row. Worker will perform bulk loading by forming part of an assembly line, in which the first worker bends down picks up the watermelon and it is passed on to consecutive workers by passing, catching, lifting, until it reaches the worker on the trailer. Workers on the trailer then load the fruit into bulk containers, which are transported to a packing site. Workers must have the required physical strength and endurance to repeat the process rapidly and skillfully involved in this type of work. Workers will perform prolonged walking, bending, stooping. reaching, pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying 0-60 lbs. The worker must be able to work outside for 6 hours a day in hot conditions, with temperatures reaching into the 100-degree range. Mini Watermelon Bulk: harvest workers must be able to walk in uneven rows, and identify ripened fruit through various techniques, such as color, striping, shape as directed by Supervisors. The worker would then use a knife to cut ripe watermelons/melons off the vine and placed/rowed on bed to be picked up. Workers behind the harvesting conveyor belt will then place the fruit on the harvesting conveyor belt. The fruit is then carried down the belt to a table at the end of the belt. Workers standing on top of the field trailer will pick up melons from the table and place into pre-staged bins on the field trailer, where it is sorted to bin capacity. The process is repeated. Mixed Melon Bulk: harvest workers must be able to walk in uneven rows, and identify ripened fruit through various techniques, such as color, striping, shape as directed by Supervisors. The worker would then use a knife to cut ripe watermelons/melons off the vine and placed/rowed on bed to be picked up. Workers behind the harvesting conveyor belt will then place the fruit on the harvesting conveyor belt. The fruit is then carried down the belt where it is dropped in a bulk trailer and sorted to trailer capacity. The process is repeated. To drive a Cal Van, Employees must possess a class C valid drivers’ license (state issued) and must be able to pass Class B Physical exam and register as an FLCE driver. The employer will be responsible for the cost of the Class B Physical Exam, and registration as an FLCE driver (if any). The class C Driver’s License and FLCE Certificate are job requirements.
Job Classification:
45-2092.00 - Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse

The job/industry classification and description includes general information on the position from ONET/OES and the North American Industry Classification System. Please review Job Duties and Job Order for more information.

Job Requirements

Experience Required:
Yes
Months of Experience Required:
1
Special Requirements:
To drive a Cal Van, Employees must possess a class C valid drivers license (state issued) and must be able to pass Class B Physical exam and register as an FLCE driver. The employer will be responsible for the cost of the Class B Physical Exam, and registration as an FLCE driver (if any). The class C Drivers License and FLCE Certificate are job requirements. Must have 1-month work experience working in Mini Watermelon, Regular Watermelon, and/or Melon harvest as defined in this application. Written verification of experience is required. Specific requirements include lifting to 60 pounds frequently and able to use hand tools, including cutting knives.
Number of Hours Per Week:
35
Work Schedule (Start/End time):
4:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.

Employer Information

Company Name:
Foothill Packing, Inc. YU-21
Location:
Salinas, CA 93905
Telephone Number:
+18317841453

Worksite

Address:
Dulcinea Farms: Tres Picos Ranch; S Stanislaus Ave and W Mount Whitney Ave, Cantua Creek, CA 93608

Job Order Details

ETA Case Number:
H-300-24116-925153
Multiple Worksites:
No
Date Posted:
5/15/2024

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