Dot Foods recruiting at high schools; up to 30 jobs will be offered

Posted: Mar. 20, 2013 9:17 am Updated: Apr. 10, 2013 10:15 am


MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- Dot Foods is kicking off its third annual high school to warehouse recruitment program.

Recruiters are visiting area high schools now and hope to offer jobs to up to 30 students. Over the past two years, 45 students have been accepted into the program.

By working at Dot Foods three to four days a week, graduates are considered full-time and can become eligible for tuition reimbursement, incentive-based pay, insurance, bonuses and profit sharing, safety incentive programs, company outings and advancement opportunities.

"Two-thirds of our managers currently working at Dot Foods were promoted from within the company," said Christina Crandall, Dot Foods Illinois recruiter.

A wide range of career paths are available to Dot employees. Jobs can include work within the warehouse, transportation, sales, marketing, purchasing, accounting, human resources, information technology and training.

Dot Foods warehouse workers are responsible for building pallets of product for shipment, receiving product into the warehouse, putting away product in the fill locations and replenishing product into home slots.

Information about all of Dot's career opportunities are available at


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