Darigold Jobs & Careers in Portland, OR

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5 days ago

Portland Production Supervisor

Darigold Portland, OR

(other duties may be assigned): • Provide leadership and supervision for the assigned production shift and associated… Darigold


29 days ago

Portland Maintenance Mechanic

Darigold Portland, OR

(other duties may be assigned): • Ensures operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements on… Darigold


27 days ago

Warehouse Worker--Milwaukie, Oregon

Darigold Portland, OR

(other duties may be assigned): • Operate forklift • Loading/unloading trucks • Manage inventory, including product-tracking system… Darigold


9 days ago

Portland Production Worker

Darigold Portland, OR

Darigold is seeking a motivated Production Worker to be part of Darigold’s Portland Plant. The Production Worker must possess the desire and ability… Darigold


4 days ago

Portland CMMS Coordinator

Darigold Portland, OR

(other duties may be assigned): • Interact with plant maintenance engineers and vendors to locate, order, and stock the required parts that… Darigold


10 days ago

Portland Plant Manager

Darigold Portland, OR

(other duties may be assigned): • Prepares an Operational Plan for the business unit. • Prepares an annual Operating Expense… Darigold


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Darigold President & CEO Jim Wegner
Jim Wegner
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Poor company, don't walk, but RUN AWAY!

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    Current Employee - Inventory Specialist  in  Boise, ID
    Current Employee - Inventory Specialist in Boise, ID

    I have been working at Darigold full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Stable sales in an up and down economy. Hey, it's milk!

    Cons

    Very poorly run company. I've worked for a few companies in my 25+ years of experience and they are the bottom feeders. They literally skirt the law and their protected entry allows them to 'clean up' prior to inspectors by stalling them at the front door as the mice scurry in the back to clean up and get things OSHA ready, for instance. I've witnessed it personally.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Clean up your act and treat the employees with respect. I've never been pro union and actually I'm anti union, but unless you change your ways, you are the reason unions exist!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO