Freshly, a division of the Nestlé Group, is a fast-growing food company and the largest fresh-prepared-meal delivery service in the US. It’s their mission to make eating healthy and convenient for people by delivering fresh, nutritious, and fully cooked meals directly to customers.
Freshly’s business model is a weekly subscription service with a menu offering more than 50 different flavorful preparations and combinations that are chef-made with the highest quality, 100% all-natural ingredients that meet industry leading standards. Each deliciously healthy meal is packed with key nutrients and cooked fresh to order with no artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, refined sugars, artificial preservatives or hydrogenated oils. In addition to providing free shipping, Freshly uses advanced eco-friendly packaging technology to ensure that meals maintain freshness in transit.
Since its founding in 2012, Freshly has grown to more than 1,300 employees, achieved a significant annual revenue stream, and has established itself as a key winner in the direct-to-consumer (DTC) food category. As the largest DTC prepared meal company in the United States, Freshly has shipped over 100 million meals since its founding in 2012. They are positioned to accelerate their growth and capture more market share while simultaneously widening margins through operational scale.
The company’s supply chain is vertically integrated with world class manufacturing facilities and ownership of the distribution channel from farm to fork. This allows Freshly to provide nutritious meals while reducing the food waste caused by the outdated grocery supply chain. All meals are cooked to order and are delivered fresh, never frozen.
Headquartered in New York City, Freshly recently became part of the Nestlé family in 2020 and is a core part of their strategic growth plans as they look to drive the evolution of and innovation in the food industry.
A Sanitation Associat in this position will be expected to perform additional job-related responsibilities and duties throughout the facility as assigned and or as necessary.
Remove, compact and bale all cardboard and trash from the facility.
Maintain a Baler machine in good operating condition.
Clean floors, drains, windows and doors
Collect and transport all used/unclean racks, bins, trays, utensils, etc. to the Potwash Room
Responsible for the disassembly and assembly of production machinery.
Ensures equipment is carefully placed during the cleaning process.
Reassembles equipment using appropriate procedures to ensure proper placement and safe operation and ready for production start times.
Must be familiar with the order in which equipment and production lines are set up to ensure they are reassembled in the same order.
Ensures all equipment is cleaned and sanitized according to State and Federal regulations.
Remove Cardboard and trash from production areas to compactors.
Empty trash cans in lunchroom and locker areas
Monitor, clean and restock restrooms as regularly.
Remove debris and cardboard from the corridor.
Maintain exterior grounds (free of debris, garbage)
Maintain the compactor area, free of debris or garbage and report when full.
Report quality or maintenance issues immediately.
Maintain cleaning supply inventory. (PPE, Chemicals, Paper supplies, soap, trash bags)
Scrub, clean and sanitize pots, pans, utensils, trays, bins
Remove trash from pot wash room to compactor
Empty sink food basket.
Stow pots, pan, utensils, trays and bins in the proper drying location for pick up
Uses pot-washer, pressure washers and other mechanical aids to wash and sanitize equipment and tools
Maintains clean locker room, changing rooms and bathrooms.
Clean and maintain employee entrance.
Mop floors and clean tables.
Clean and organize the smock room.
Empty office trash and remove
Vacuum and mop floors in non-production areas, including stairs.
Associates Degree in QA or Safety
2+ years of leadership experience in food manufacturing environment, preferably in plant sanitation
Knowledge of USDA and FDA regulations
Proficient in plant sanitation, HACCP and GMP
High School diploma or GED required
Must be at least 18 years of age to work in a warehouse.
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Recent Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) training
Prior experience in lead/supervisory role in a warehouse environment, food specific experience a plus.
Must have current forklift certification.
Availability to work overtime and extended hours as required by productivity schedule.
Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively.
High ethical standards, strong values, integrity, drive to deliver results, pride in personal and team performance, decision quality, and action oriented are fundamental imperatives.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $16.00 per hour
10 hour shift
8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Ability to commute/relocate:
Savage, MD 20763: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
Night Shift (Preferred)
Overnight Shift (Preferred)
Day Shift (Preferred)
Work Location: One location