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North Pacific Seafoods - Salmon Roe Technician - 511794 North Pacific Seafoods Inc. Occupation: Food Batchmakers
Location: Sitka, AK - 99835 Positions available: 1
Job #: 511794
Updated: 3/16/2021 Expires: 5/11/2021
Source: AlaskaJobs Site: AlaskaJobs

 
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North Pacific Seafoods, Inc. is recruiting 1 temporary, full-time seasonal Salmon Roe Technician to work from: 6/1/2021 to 9/20/2021. Work will be performed at our plant in Sitka, Alaska.

Duties: Responsible for processing salmon roe to produce Ikura and Sujiko (Japanese salmon roe products) for export to Japan. Sort, salt preserve, brine, season, mix, agitate, dewater, refine, and process salmon roe to produce Ikura and Sujiko. Inspect and pack Ikura and Sujiko according to grade and weight. Maintain and control quality, uniformity, market acceptance, and the highest price of products. Provide technical expertise in production process, grading, quality control, and specification.

Experience: Must have 24 months of experience in processing salmon roe for the Japanese market and knowledge of processing and grading standard of salmon roe for the Japanese market.

Schedule:Will work 40 regular hours per week with up to 40 hours of overtime per week (everyday, from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm including overtime hours). Actual shift hours, overtime hours, and work schedule may depend upon fish availability.

Pay:Regular pay is $18.58 - $25.00 per hour depending on experience (DOE) and overtime pay is $27.87 - $37.50 per hour (paid at time and a half). A single workweek will be used to compute wages due. Wages will be paid every 2 weeks. The employer will make all deductions from the workers paycheck required by law.


The employer guarantees to offer work for hours equal to at least three-fourths of the workdays in each 6-week period of the total employment period.

Transportation to the work location from home or the place from which the worker departed to work for the employer will be arranged and paid directly by the employer at no cost to the worker regardless of the percentage of the completion of the employment period. Daily subsistence during travel will be arranged and paid directly by the employer at no cost to the worker or its actual cost will be reimbursed to the worker within 7 days upon submission of receipt.

If the worker completes 50% of the employment period or is dismissed early by the employer, return transportation to home or the place from which the worker departed to work for the employer will be arranged and paid directly by the employer, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer or where the employer has appropriately reported the workers voluntary abandonment of employment. Daily subsistence during return travel will be arranged and paid directly by the employer at no cost to the worker or its actual cost will be reimbursed to the worker within 7 days upon submission of receipt, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer or where the employer has appropriately reported the workers voluntary abandonment of employment.Daily subsistence will be at least $12.68 per day during travel to a maximum of $55.00 per day with receipts.

Housing/Lodging: On-campus dormitory-style shared housing and meals will be provided by the employer at no cost to the worker or its actual cost will be reimbursed to the worker within 7 days upon submission of receipt. Employer housing is optional. Employer does not subsidize housing and meal cost if the worker chooses to stay in off-campus housing. If the worker chooses to stay in off-campus housing, he/she will be fully responsible for his/her own housing, meals, and daily transportation to and from the work location.

Equipment: The employer will provide the worker at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job. H-2B worker will be reimbursed in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government (excluding passport fees).

To Apply: Please review the job order to ensure you meet the minimum job requirements. Send e-mail inquiries, job applications, indications of availability and/or resumes to: dol.flc@alaska.gov and reference Job Order number 511794, which is posted in AlaskaJobs at alaskajobs.alaska.gov. For more information contact your nearest Alaska Job Center.


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North Pacific Seafoods Inc.
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Salary Range: $18.58 - $25.00 Hour DOE (Depends on Experience) Not Available Other Benefits: Not Available Full or Part Time: Full Time (30 Hours or More) Job Duration: 4 - 150 Days Type of Job: Regular
Shift: Other, see job description
Hours per Week:
40

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