Darigold Jobs in Seattle, WA

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19 days ago

Laboratory Technician

Darigold Issaquah, WA

(other duties may be assigned): • Insure that all products' analytical, micro and organoleptic properties are in compliance with product and… Darigold

27 days ago

Maintenance Mechanic-Issaquah Plant

Darigold Issaquah, WA

Darigold is seeking a skilled and motivated Maintenance Mechanic to be a part of Darigold’s Issaquah team. The Maintenance Mechanic must possess the… Darigold

30+ days ago

Sourcing & Planning Coordinator

Darigold Issaquah, WA

(other duties may be assigned): • Writes Purchase Orders to support the needs of the manufacturing plant. • Maintain adequate inventory levels… Darigold

30+ days ago

Production Supervisor-Issaquah Plant

Darigold Issaquah, WA

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

30+ days ago

Issaquah Maintenance Manager

Darigold Issaquah, WA

( other duties may be assigned): • Design, implement and maintain preventive as well as predictive maintenance programs. • Oversee full… Darigold

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Darigold President & CEO Jim Wegner
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46 Ratings
  • Great people, FLAWED SYSTEM

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Darigold full-time (Less than a year)

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    Great pay for anyone starting out and lots of chances to learn new things around the plant. If you don't know how to do something, they're open to let you learn new things.


    Overworking new employees and don't expect to have set days off. You will be called in to work 6 days a week and having a social life through your probation period is nearly impossible. I rarely have time for my family because I HAVE to go in to work to cover for someone, not that it's management's fault that someone calls in but please respect that we have lives too. No PTO system, you have to bid for vacation. Some employees that's been there for years constantly calls out, missing at least 6 - 10 work days in a month and as a new employee, you're forced to cover for them.

    Advice to Management

    Respect our days off and if we deny a request, I hope that in the future you don't take it personal by overworking us. The system is flawed, more people coming in but the night shift never gets off as scheduled. Your regular employees are hurting on night shift and I hope you take this review into further consideration for our new contract.

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