Butchering Assistants: full-time

Work daytime hours with evenings, weekends, and holidays off. Above-average hourly salary plus retirement and health insurance benefits are available for full-time positions.

Duties include knife work by hand using traditional seam butchery techniques (breaking down whole proteins into subprimals, trimming boneless subprimals, and cutting trim) as well as executing the daily responsibilities of curing, brining, and overhauling products. 

Applicants must have an eye for consistency and quality as well as the ability to work in a cold environment and do some heavy lifting. Experience is not required, though applicants with prior experience are encouraged to apply. Training is provided.

How to Apply

Applicants should apply in person at Smoking Goose (407 Dorman St. Indianapolis, IN 46202, ring the bell at the Receiving Door to the right of the large garage doors) between 8am - 4pm on Monday - Friday. Applicants who cannot apply in person may submit a cover letter and resume to jobs [at] smokinggoose.com No phone calls please.

Order Fulfillment Supervisor: full-time

This Full-Time, hourly position requires communicating effectively with our Packaging Staff, Sales Staff, and preferred carriers to efficiently coordinate outgoing orders.

Excellent attention to detail is required. The ability to consistently meet deadlines, work in a cold environment, and do some heavy lifting is needed. Previous experience is preferred but not required, and training is provided.

Working schedule is daytime, weekday hours with evenings, weekends, and holidays off. Above average hourly wage plus retirement and health insurance benefits are available for full-time positions.

Applicants are encouraged to apply in person at Smoking Goose (407 Dorman St Indianapolis IN 46202) from 8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday. Applicants who cannot apply in person may send a resume + cover letter to jobs [at] smokinggoose.com

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