Dot Foods, Inc.

Pallet Repair

Job Locations US-IL-Mt. Sterling
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Location: Mt. Sterling, IL     Department: Warehouse Operations     Reports To: Pallet Repair Supervisor


Your Role: This position will use pallet handling equipment and pallet repair equipment to efficiently repair broken pallets.


  • Safely and efficiently utilize the pallet repair handling equipment
  • Ability to build stable, well-built pallets for shipment
  • Understanding of pallet components, dimensions, and repair methods used when repairing pallets
  • Consistently meet company production and quality level standards
  • Applies lean thinking and tools to eliminate waste in all areas of the position


Role Specifics:

  • Schedule: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 7:00pm – 5:30am.  OR  Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 6:00am - 4:30pm
  • Dusty, noisy work environment
  • Indoor/outdoor work with temperatures varying from hot/humid to extreme cold
  • Extensive standing/walking while operating pallet repair equipment
  • Overtime as needed


We Need You To Have:

  • Must be 18 year of age of older
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Must meet minimum requirements on pre-employment testing including a physical exam

We’d Like You To Have:

  • Successful work experience in a production style environment
  • Successful work experience in an environment that promotes safety
  • Prior involvement in individual and team settings


What Can Dot Offer You?

As a family-owned and -operated company for the past 58 years, Dot Foods has created a strong family culture within the business. As a vital part of that family unit, we want to ensure you feel included and respected for any differing ideas. We appreciate those opinions and count on them to make us successful. In addition to an inclusive working environment, we will provide you with:


  • Wage Range: $11.81 - $17.71
  • 401(k) and profit-sharing plan
  • Competitive medical, vision, and dental plan



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