About the Role
As a key member of the Clover team, you will operate fluid milk processing and packaging equipment and related machinery. In this position, you will be required to maintain sanitary conditions for machinery in keeping with State and Federal regulations and company policy.
As a purpose-driven, certified B corporation, Clover is leading the way for conscious businesses by demonstrating care for all stakeholders and moving the world forward.
We are committed to lowering our environmental impact and meeting our sustainability targets, by providing kids and adults with healthy, nutritious, and delicious products that are made with care for animals, people, and the planet.
Starting hourly rate: $31.55 (Production Tier 2 roles will receive a $2.00 increase in $.50 increments every 3 months in a 1-year period per the CBA)
What You Bring to the Team
- Ability to read and understand policies and guidelines Minimum High School diploma or GED required
- GMP training preferred
- Ability to work independently
- Experience in a food processing environment preferred
- Working knowledge of Excel, Word, Gmail
- Ability to follow directions and stay on task
- Focused and detail-oriented
Conditions & Working Hours
- Work partly outdoors
- Work around various detergents and sanitizing solutions ranging in temperatures from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to 160 degrees Fahrenheit
- Lifting boxes ranging from 40 to 50 lbs
Clover Sonoma is a 24 hour/7 days a week processing and distribution plant. Work schedules vary, flexibility is critical. Shifts are typically four (4), ten (10) hour days.
We value Clover Sonoma’s company culture and values and an ideal candidate would: Have an overwhelmingly positive attitude; Value and listen to other team members; Possess the aptitude for creative problem solving and critical thinking; and Have the courage to do the right thing even when difficult or unpopular.
Pursuant to Clover Sonoma’s Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Policy, applicants to this position are required to take and pass a drug test with results satisfactory to the Company following a conditional offer of employment and before commencing work.
About Clover Sonoma
Third-generation family owned and operated, Clover Sonoma is recognized as a leader at the forefront of the dairy industry with their full line of conventional and organic dairy products. The Petaluma-based company in California’s beautiful Sonoma County has always held themselves to higher industry standards and is a dairy with many firsts. Clover was the first dairy in the United States to become American Humane Certified for the humane treatment of their animals, the first to switch to a 100% plant based, renewable carton and the first milk brand to launch a post-consumer recycled (PCR) gallon milk jug, made with 30% recycled plastic. In addition, Clover holds their partnership of family-owned dairy farms to a higher standard with its own unique Clover Promise of Excellence — a set of regulations to ensure the highest level of animal welfare, product quality, and sustainability measures are followed.
Clover is also known for their involvement in the community, giving back at least 5% of annual profits through Clover Cares and most notably their infamous mascot, Clo the Cow, whose witty puns and billboards have been delighting Northern California for over 50 years! With a history of ‘do-gooding’ built into their DNA, Clover was proud to become a Certified B Corporation® in 2016 – meaning that we use business as a force for good by putting people and planet alongside profit.
Clover Sonoma is a proud equal opportunity employer. We value and embrace diversity for the benefit of our employees, our consumers, our products, our community and the planet. We are committed to building an inclusive workplace for everyone. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, age, religion, marital status, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.