ConAgra Foods Jobs & Careers in Hermiston, OR

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5 days ago

Process Mechanic

ConAgra Foods Boardman, OR

Two years certificate from approved college or technical school; or a minimum of three years related experience and/or training education can be… ConAgra Foods


6 days ago

Safety Manager

ConAgra Foods Boardman, OR

*Lead initiatives to develop plant safety culture toward world class *Responsible for all aspects of safety, including OSHA, and environmental… ConAgra Foods


2 days ago

Electrician – new

ConAgra Foods Paterson, WA

• Install and modify new and existing mechanical electrical equipment according to installation instructions. • Perform equipment start-ups… ConAgra Foods


3 days ago

Plant Systems & Network Administrator / – new

ConAgra Foods Kennewick, WA

Responsible for ensuring appropriate availability, performance and recovery operations for Manufacturing / Warehousing infrastructure. Duties will… ConAgra Foods


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ConAgra Foods President, CEO, and Director Gary M. Rodkin
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    I worked at ConAgra Foods full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Some ability to affect change in the plant at a supervisory level
    Good culture of quality in the plant
    Reasonable efforts to train and build talent in-house
    24/7 operation on shift work means a reliable schedule of 40-50hrs/week
    Time off / Work scheduling is very flexible

    Cons

    Managers promoted too quickly up the ranks leads to some poor plant leadership
    Too much red tape & delay on fixing problems / not enough communication on spending priorities

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have a 15 min meeting each week to listen to ideas from your sups and give a "yes, no, let me think about it" answer to their ideas.
    Walk the floor on all shifts, especially when large issues arise
    Only ask of your workers what you are willing to follow-through on - rolling out a new program might look good for you in the short run, but it won't pay dividends if people don't feel like their efforts are worth the sweat they give it.

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