New positions offer competitive benefits, growth opportunities
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA (Oct. 16, 2020)-Dorada Foods in Ponca City is preparing to hire 100 new associates as global production demands increase. The full -time openings will provide prospective associates with competitive benefits such as healthcare, dental and vision, 401K options, paid time off and possible advancement opportunities within the company.
Current jobs openings include mechanics, general laborers, supervisors and sanitation crew. Physical job requirements for the openings include the ability to reach above shoulder heights, below the waist, or lift up to 50 pounds as required to complete tasks, the ability to walk/stand for an 8-hour shift and the possibility of working in hot areas or refrigerated areas for long periods.
"Dorada Foods is a family-run business, and we place a high value on setting our assoc iates up for success," said Chairman and CEO of Dorada Foods, Ed Sanchez. "We're thrilled with the expansion in our Ponca City plant and believe through our increased workforce, we'll be able to continue delivering the highest quality products to our valued suppliers across the nation and around the world."
As one of America's leading protein-processing companies, Dorada Foods supplies poultry products to some of the largest global restaurant chains and retailers including McDonald's, among others. Nationally recognized for quality and safety, Dorada Foods Ponca City has received numerous industry awards.
"Our Ponca City facility is a critical part of our business, and with growth in production comes a need for more full-times positions," said Richard Lane, vice president of human resources of Dorada Foods. "Our new, fulltime associates will allow us to meet these growing demands and better position us to continue operating at a high level. I'm thankful we are able to continue offering our associates quality employment, competitive benefits and a family-focused culture, all while remaining committed to the safest and highest quality standards."
"I am grateful for Dorada Foods' investment in our community and its commitment to the people of Ponca City," said Homer Nicholson, mayor, Ponca City. "Dorada Foods' job growth and significant economic impact continues to have a positive effect on our citizens."
"Dorada Foods is proud to call Ponca City home, and we are grateful for the many associates we have from the community," said Mike Eckholt, general manager of Dorada Foods in Ponca City. "This facility continues to grow, and we are thrilled to further expand our production in Ponca City in the coming months."
Interested applicants can learn more about the positions by visiting lopezdorada.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.