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Vermont Packing House - Meat Packaging 

Contact: Leslie LeClair               

Phone: 802-886-8688                           


Farm: Vermont Packinghouse       

Job Title: Meat Packaging 

Job Description: 

  • $16.00 /Hour
  • Hours: 7:30 am-4:30 pm Monday thru Friday
  • $1500 Sign On Bonus!
  • These positions will be focused on properly identifying, bagging, sealing, labeling, and boxing various cuts of Beef and Pork. We have developed an ""earn as you learn levels system,"" meaning the more you learn the more you can earn! With on-the-job training and opportunities for cross-department training, gaining industry knowledge is for certain!
  • Located in North Springfield, Vermont, VPH is a USDA-inspected facility that processes beef and pork. We work with producers that believe in sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices and we are ""Big enough to make an impact, yet small enough to care!""
  • Here’s what’s in it for you! Pay begins at $16/hour. At 90 days of employment you are eligible for benefits to include Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Short-Term Disability Insurance and Life & Accident Insurance. VPH offers 3 weeks PTO (Paid Time Off) in your first year and paid holidays after 30 days of employment!
  • We believe in nourishment and offer a BREAKFAST BAR in the mornings, a monthly luncheon and meat giveaways!      

Job Duration: Year-round                        


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