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Title Harvest Winery Worker - Penner-Ash Wine Cellars (Seasonal)
Employer Jackson Family Wines
Employment Location Penner Ash Winery OPS, Newberg, Oregon
Company Description
Type Full Time
Pay Scale competitive
Employment Start Date As soon as possible
Employment End Date End of harvest
Job Description Position Description

Under the general direction of the Assistant Winemaker/ Cellarmaster, the Harvest Winery Worker performs a variety of indoor and outdoor tasks such as sanitizing tanks and other equipment, operating crush and press equipment, stacking barrels, operating a forklift, filling barrels and topping wine.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Assist with summer bottling operations as needed.
Cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing all winery equipment and facilities.
Punch Downs, Pump Over’s.
Work in a team environment.
Racking and pumping of juice and wine; moving hoses and equipment.
Forklift operation, moving barrels and case goods.
Making chemical additions to juice & wine.
Following and observing all safe cellar practices.
Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Background and Experience

The ability to communicate effectively with good skills in reading, writing and basic math is required. Must be able to read and interpret documents, such as safety rules and procedures, and be able to read cellar work orders, count barrels, record times and dates. Individuals selected for this position must be reliable, punctual and have a good work ethic. Must be willing to work flexible hours including overtime and varying shifts.

Physical Demands

This position requires the ability to reach with hands and arms, sit, walk, climb, stoop and kneel, and are able to regularly lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
Contact Info
Contact Address Newberg, Oregon, 97132
Contact Website
Other Information Seasonal Temporary

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