Human Resources Grand Island, Nebraska


Position at JBS USA Food Company

Employment Manager

  • Maintain effective communication with department managers to accurately staff the facility.
  • Interview job applicants and select top candidates to fill the demand in the workforce for the facility.
  • Conduct initial interviews for all positions before scheduling a second interview with qualified candidates
  • Coordinate recruiting efforts, both internally and externally, which includes posting vacancies, adverting using various media outlets, attending local and collegiate career fairs, etc.
  • Create and keep a hiring process that is streamlined to hire the demand in workforce
  • Effectively use the JobVite software to post positions and disposition candidates.
  • Maintain I-9 compliance for the entire facility.
  • Regular contact with other companies for employment verification and other agencies.
  • Maintain applicant records 
  • Assemble required information to comply with AAP reporting requirements, quarterly and at the end of the fiscal year
  • Assures that company employment, labor relations hiring policies and practices comply with Federal and State Labor Laws
  • Assist with problems and concerns as needed in Human Resources
  • Performs various other duties as needed or as directed by the Human Resources Director

Two years previous experienced in related field

Special Skills:

  • Computer Skills-Microsoft Excel/Word/PowerPoint
  • Ability to apply good judgment and professional integrity in decision making
  • Excellent Communication Skills a must
  • Trustworthy – Will be Handling confidential material
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred
  • Problem Solving & Multitasking
  • Prior supervisory experience



Internal: Works directly with the Human Resource Director, HR department and frequent communications with all department heads. Works with Corporate Compliance team on immigration and affirmative action related matters.               

External: Applicants, Federal and State employment laws. Regular contact with various media sources, such as newspapers for advertising vacancies, etc.