Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) announces that they are actively hiring for seasonal positions offering excellent compensation at our bottling facility in Stanwood.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has determined that food and grocery industry workers are essential to maintaining the food and grocery supply in the U.S., which includes bottled water. We take this classification as a responsibility to continue operations to provide healthy hydration options for American consumers.
NWNA encourages anyone who is seeking employment in these challenging economic times to consider joining us in our effort to produce and deliver our water products for consumers at a time when they are depending on us.
NWNA is hiring for Stanwood seasonal production and warehouse positions to support Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water. Seasonal positions have the possibility of transitioning to full time.
WHO: All those seeking employment in these challenging economic times, especially Veterans and separated service members, are encouraged to apply
WHAT: Positions with highly competitive wages-- Seasonal Production Operator and Seasonal Warehouse Operator
WHERE: Ice Mountain Bottling Facility in Stanwood, MI
Full position descriptions with responsibilities, qualifications and a link to an easy online application can be accessed at the following links. Some onsite applicant testing may be required depending on the position. Offers are subject to completion of a background check, drug screen, and physical.
- Seasonal Warehouse Operator: Responsible for safe operations of forklift, maintaining and sanitization of palletizers and forklifts to ensure that lines are running, and timely and accurate movement of product.
WHEN: Applications available immediately
WHY: Working for a stable company with a strong track record for growth, excellent compensation,
potential for career advancement, and a safe work environment. Candidates can also visit www.nestlewaterscareers.com for additional information about building a career at NWNA.
How NWNA is Helping Protect the Health and Safety of its Employees from COVID-19
As we meet our responsibility to deliver essential goods, the health and safety of our people, customers and the communities where we operate is of the utmost importance to us. We are following the guidance from local public health experts, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), and have instituted further precautions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. These include providing 24-hour cleaning for our factories; staggering employee schedules to create social distance; and converting meeting rooms in our factories into break rooms to enable employees to spread out on their breaks.
We have also advised all our employees to continue implementing the everyday preventative actions that the CDC recommends, including frequent handwashing for at least 20 seconds and consulting a doctor immediately if they start to exhibit flu-like symptoms. All the aforementioned precautions are in addition to the stringent standards we already had in place in our factories for the manufacturing of bottled water that are consistent with current Good Manufacturing Practices.
How NWNA is Supporting Employees in these Challenging Times
As employees rise to the new challenges this crisis brings, we are providing extra support to make sure they are properly taken care of. Here’s how we’re supporting them:
- Guaranteeing 12 weeks of regular wages in the event of a full or partial facility closure.
- Paying eligible frontline employees an additional 12% of their earnings for at least 12 weeks.
- Providing additional time off without reducing sick or vacation balances if employees are impacted by coronavirus.
- Expanded health benefits for telemedicine and prescription delivery, mental health care, childcare, and covering medically necessary testing for COVID-19 at no cost.
- Increased the number of Employee Assistance Program counseling visits during this period of time from 5 to 10 visits; free of charge to employees.
- Continuing to hire, train and support thousands of employees across our business.
- Providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to all employees.
For a more detailed overview of the steps we are taking to help support our employees and help ensure their safety and that of our consumers and the communities where we operate, please visit our website.