Wonderful Citrus

Trainer

US-CA-Delano
2 weeks ago
Job ID
2028
# Positions
3

Overview

Wonderful Citrus is seeking Trainers in our Delano,CA location. This position is responsible for the orientation and training of all personnel, including and not limited to safety, food safety, equipment operation and lean concepts.

 

Wonderful Citrus is America’s largest integrated grower, shipper and packer of fresh citrus. Our citrus varieties can be found in the produce department of grocery stores across the country under the flagship consumer brands of Wonderful Halos mandarins and Wonderful Sweet Scarletts Texas Red grapefruit.

 

To learn more about Wonderful Citrus Company, its products and core values, visit www.wonderfulcitrus.com.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Guides and trains plant personnel.
  • Facilitate safety trainings and equipment certifications (i.e. Forklift, etc.).
  • Ability to prioritize job tasks and duties.
  • Oversee hands-on development of forklift drivers.
  • Trains on safety and accident prevention.
  • Ability to understand safety issues and OSHA/CALOSHA regulations.
  • Able to support safety initiatives.
  • Ability to coach others and be coached by peers.
  • Manage and maintain in-house training facilities and equipment.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure forklift needs are met.
  • Ability to present trainings and organize related documents.
  • Maintain safety and training records in Traincaster (LMS)
  • Assist Operations with a variety of tasks and projects on an as needed basis.
  • Ability to train plant personnel in lean concepts and other processes (i.e. Learning Map).
  • Must be self-motivated who can work independently with little supervision.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Safety Manager.

Qualifications

Candidates must meet the following:

  • High School Diploma required, AA/AS Degree preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience in production environment and safety.
  • Proficiency in computer usage, email, MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook).
  • Knowledgeable in the application of OSHA/CALOSHA regulations.
  • Experience facilitating equipment training (i.e. Forklift, Aerial Lift). A plus but not required.
  • Experience in administering personnel policies and procedures.
  • Experience and understanding of Lean concepts.
  • Must project a positive and professional image.
  • Must be flexible to work different shifts due to production requirements.
  • Must feel comfortable conducting meetings with large groups.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English required.
  • Able to make decisions within scope of the job.
  • Be readily receptive of additional training for the broadening of skills.
  • Must have working knowledge of the packinghouse and farming operations.

Wonderful Citrus is part of The Wonderful Company, a successful, fast-growing privately held $4 billion company with 8,500 employees worldwide. We’ve made Wonderful Pistachios one of America’s top-selling salty snacks. We’ve turned pomegranates and POM Wonderful into a worldwide phenomenon. Wonderful Halos is the No. 1 mandarin orange in America. FIJI Water is the No. 1 premium bottled water in America. JUSTIN Wine produces California’s top-selling, high-end Cabernet Sauvignon. And Teleflora is the world’s largest flower delivery service.

The Wonderful Company has a long-standing commitment to corporate social responsibility, including more than $120 million invested in environmental technologies and sustainability research, $45 million in charitable giving and education initiatives every year, $30 million toward the construction of a new charter school campus in California’s Central Valley, and innovative health and wellness programs, including two new, free primary care clinics for employees and their dependents.

To learn more about The Wonderful Company, its products and core values, visit www.wonderful.com, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

 

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