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SR. ESTIMATOR - Commercial Construction

SALARY - $70-130K - DOE!

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits

LOCATION - Modesto

Our very well established and growing Commercial Construction client is in search of an experienced Senior Estimator for this IMMEDIATE DIRECT CAREER OPPORTUNITY!!! 

This position requires 5 Years of Commercial Construction background, proficiency in utilizing a Computer and Microsoft Office Suite. 

The following would be a plus: Construction Management degree, OSHA 30, Contractors License.


  • Estimator will generate and manage commercial estimates required for sales, pre-construction and bidding efforts. 
  • Provide estimates, budget control and studies for projects and potential projects during business development, pre-construction and construction phases of a project, knowledge of all scopes, systems, and assemblies. 
  • Estimates vary from design-build, guarantee maximum price estimates, to stipulated sum bids. 
  • Ability to complete full quantity take-offs to support accurate estimates for all disciplines in commercial and public work projects including, but not limited to civil and site work, structural, concrete, finishes, mechanical, and electrical. 
  • A complete understanding of the interrelationship of the cost of labor, material, equipment, and productivity in the unit costs used at each level of an estimate.
  • A seasoned Project Manager who has fostered lasting relationships with clients/subcontractors/inspectors, etc.  
  • Experience having overseen projects of 1-15 million and have working knowledge with reading drawings, drafting, RFI’s, change orders, identify potential exposures and/or risk involved while staying on schedule so projects are completed timely.  
  • The successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of construction methods, provide a purposed construction schedule, processes and management practices; excellent analytical and problem solving skills; good communication skills; and be organized, efficient and responsive to the needs of internal and external clients alike.

Estimators are expected to:

  • Manage entirety of bidding process.
  • Build estimates based on a practical understanding of design, constructability, logistics, sequencing and means and methods of a project.
  • Be a key collaborator for new and existing subcontractor relationships for estimating, bidding and project award.
  • Prepare estimate presentations, special studies, budget control reports and estimating documents for projects and client presentations.
  • Understanding of market labor, and commodity conditions and impacts on construction costs.
  • Conduct quantity take-offs, variance and maintain quantity controls.
  • Proficient on a computer and utilizing Microsoft Office Suite
  • Blend experience with team of experts, ask questions when needed, while keeping a successful and positive environment.




SALARY - $77-90K

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits

LOCATION - This position is located in a city within Merced County

HOURS - First Shift.

Long-time and well established Food Processing client is in search of an experienced Industrial Controls Specialist for this IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!

Job Summary

  • Provide training and abide all safety regulations required by PSM, OSHA, and State;
  • Abide all regulations required by NEC, NFPA 70 E, and State requirements;
  • Coordinate with contractors and vendors to maintain plant operations as well as new project support;
  • Performs duties to install, test, maintain, inspect, modify, and repair all automation equipment, components and controls systems using a thorough knowledge of electronics, robotics, fiber optic sensors, and pneumatic-hydraulic controls.
  • Trouble shoots and diagnoses cause of electronic or mechanical malfunctions using knowledge, manuals, SOPs, specifications and other workplace aids. Identifies root cause and corrective actions for equipment and system alarms and jams. Communicates directly with equipment suppliers, contractors and vendors as necessary.
  • Resolves and repairs all system faults and anomalies associated with installation, operation, maintenance, and connectivity problems, including changes, adjustments, and modifications to control code and standard operating parameters. Writes and debugs PLC Logic. Makes recommendations to for major corrective actions.
  • Uses computers, precision measuring instruments, hand and/or power tools and electrical repair or modification tools.
  • Performs routine preventative and corrective maintenance and testing on equipment. Performs a large variety of tests on all electrical and electronic systems. Dismantles, cleans, repairs and tests electrical, electronic and mechanical components. Heavy coordination with engineers and external sources for timely repairs or replacement of parts to ensure machine downtime is minimal. Maintains preventative maintenance logs and accurate records of all testing and repairs.
  • Manages and coordinates with team members to coordinate on-site installation of automation equipment. Exercising independent discretion, examining layout and anticipating difficulties and challenges. Based on technical expertise, recommends and implements improvements.
  • Provides guidance and maintenance training to production supervisors, manufacturing engineers, and maintenance mechanics in the operation, repair, maintenance, and logistics support of machinery and equipment.
  • Develops Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), technical documentation, and instruction manuals for operation, processes and maintenance of automation equipment. Maintains technical manuals and job files.
  • Follow and promote all health and safety rules, regulations and practices. Locks out equipment for proper and safe handling and servicing.
  • Troubleshoot problems dealing with plant instrumentation and automation equipment to include but not limited to: valves; pressure; temperature; level, flow, conductivity, speed, force instruments; motor controls; PLC’s, HMI’s, etc.;
  • Calibrate plant instruments to include but not limited to: valves; pressure, temperature, level, flow, pH, conductivity, weight, force and speed instruments;

Job requirements

  • High School Diploma or GED. AS degree in industrial controls technologies or related field or 3-5 years’ experience in instrumentation/automation field.
  • PLC, HMI or DCS certifications is preferred;
  • Calibration experience is a plus;
  • H.A.R.T. communication experience is a plus;
  • CMMS Software experience is preferred;
  • Must have advanced level understanding of automated control systems and integration, electronics, robotics, fiber optic sensors, pneumatic-hydraulic controls, HMI touch panels, and PLC programming;




SALARY: $75-85K

BENEFITS: Excellent Benefits

LOCATION: Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres, Turlock or other Cities located within Stanislaus County)

HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Our long-time, well-established and growing Food Manufacturing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Microbiology Manager for this Excellent DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!

The Microbiology Manager is responsible for developing test protocols and procedures focused on the growth, structure and development. The position oversees microbiology laboratories in 4 locations that verify process controls and product quality. Fermentation, storage and bottling are critical operations the microbiology team monitors. The Microbiology Manager must be capable of troubleshooting and conducting research and development for various departments.

Essential Duties:

  • Develop and implement food safety and process standards – FSMA, GFSI, HACCP, HARPC
  • Provide fermentation support during the harvest (starters, primary and secondary)
  • Monitor finished product quality
  • Provide sanitation support to bottling and cellar departments
  • Troubleshoot microbiological issues for the cellar, production departments
  • Monitor and improve the environmental monitoring program
  • Provide rough ID for microorganisms found in production environments.
  • Oversee verification, calibration routines and maintenance program for laboratory equipment and instruments across all labs
  • Oversee the training and development of microbiology technicians
  • Develop and validate testing methods for raw and finished products
  • Maintain release processes for finished products
  • Support root cause analysis and customer complaint investigations
  • Ensure laboratory operations are executed properly. Functions such as cleaning, organizing, filing of laboratory records, retrieving test results, etc.
  • Ensure all records and documents are complete, legible and accurate, and executed with required information in accordance with company's procedures
  • Contribute to maintenance and improvement of documentation practices.
  • Apply a continuous improvement mindset and contribute to process improvement initiatives
  • Ensure adequate ordering and inventory control for supplies and reagents
  • Monitor plant water testing program
  • Establish and maintain media preparation protocols
  • Serve as a member of the ISO 9001 steering committee


  • Masters preferred, Microbiology, Enology OR equivalent work experience
  • 5 + years of experience in food processing / packaging
  • Experience with food safety standards, such as FSMA, GFSI, HAACP, HARPC
  • Experience in ethanolic fermentations
  • Managerial experience
  • Understanding of microbiology




Salary - $70 - 80K plus 10% Bonus

Benefits - Excellent Benefits! 

Job Location - Position is located within San Joaquin County (Stockton, Manteca, Tracy) 

Hours - 5:00/6:00 pm to 3:00/4:00 am

Job Summary

Well established Food Processing client is seeking an experienced Sanitation / Operations Supervisor for this Excellent DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY. This position is responsible to clean and supervise the cleaning of equipment, holding tanks, floors, empty bins and water pipes by performing the following duties.  Under the direction of Director of Quality, directs day-to-day activities of the Sanitation department employees.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Oversees the sanitation operations for the facility.
  • Verifies that sanitation is complete and acceptable each day prior to production.
  • Conducts swabbing and inspections to verify that sanitation is acceptable.
  • Reviews and analyzes USDA sanitation sheets to determine causes of nonconformity and corrective actions.
  • Develops and implements methods and procedures designed to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of sanitation operations.
  • Develops cleaning schedules and crewing.
  • Provides leadership and training for sanitation employees.
  • Participates in hiring and review of sanitation employees
  • Orders chemicals and equipment for sanitation operations
  • Works with the USDA to take correct any deficiencies


  • Develops and implements operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and improve product quality.
  • Revises production schedules and priorities as a result of equipment failure or operating problems.
  • Provides leadership and training to accomplish the production goals and objectives.
  • Review daily and weekly production plans with Production Manager to ensure maximum utilization of resources, while maintaining accuracy and efficiency. Track labor and raw product yields daily.  
  • Working knowledge of tray sealing equipment and industrial processes
  • Working knowledge of PLC controlled automated processes and manual processes required
  • Determine packaging and raw product production requirements.


  • Promotes cannery floor organization and plant cleanliness among plant personnel
  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
  • Assists in training employees, assigning and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees, safety management and accident investigation, and addressing complaints and resolving problems.
  • Oversee production and sanitation personnel to ensure compliance with company policies and safety procedures.
  • Review labor requirements with Director of Quality. 
  • Ensure production processing lines are always prepared and fully operational. 
  • Ensure all areas are in compliance with sanitation, production and safety processes. Verify accuracy and quality of samples.
  • Follow all safety rules and regulations, including active participation in the prompt identification and communication of safety hazards.
  • Follow all Good Manufacturing Practices.
  • Immediately report all food safety and food quality problems to supervisor/manager.
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekend and holidays if needed.

Education and/or Training

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Operation Management, Agri-Business, Science or closely related fields a plus.  
  • 3-5 years of supervisory experience in a production environment or combination of education and experience. 
  • 3-5 years’ experience in sanitation operations. Food safety, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and GMP knowledge.      
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Excel, Word, and Outlook, etc.). 




Salary - $75K plus 10% Bonus

Benefits - Excellent Benefits! 

Job Location - Position is located within San Joaquin County (Stockton, Manteca, Tracy) 

Hours - This position will most likely work Second Shift

Job Summary

Well established Food Processing client is seeking an experienced Maintenance Supervisor for this Excellent DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY

The Maintenance Supervisor reports to the Plant’s Maintenance Manager and assists him in supervising a team of maintenance personnel and directing their daily work activities to ensure maximum operational effectiveness is realized for the entire operation. This position primarily functions within the areas of Maintenance Management, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), Maintenance Repair Operation Supplies (MRO), and Manufacturing Process and Equipment Reliability. The position also fully supports the Plant’s Capital Projects, Safety Management Program, and Good Manufacturing Practices aligned with the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (SQF, AIB, BRC). 

A balanced leader with strong technical skills who understands and embraces the maintenance staff’s mission of fully supporting a large, fast-paced, high-volume food production facility; hands-on experience working with mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical automation and control systems. Supervisory experience managing teams and leveraging member’s technical skills and knowledge to monitor, maintain, troubleshoot and implement technological advancements. The candidate must also possess a high level of emotional intelligence to build critical win-win relationships with maintenance technicians, engineers, other department managers, and MRO vendors. 



SHOP FOREMAN - (Bilingual Spanish helpful)

SALARY - $55-70/K - (Possibly higher DOE)

BENEFITS - Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA Plan, Life Insurance, 401K

LOCATION - This position is located in the North part of Merced County.

HOURS - 7:00 am to 4:30 pm, M-F

Our very growing Manufacturing AG client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Shop Foreman this EXCELLENT & IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY!


  • Must have the ability to perform in a fast pace production environment. 
  • Plan, organize and manage busy manufacturing/welding shop, in such a manner as to ensure that production up-time is maximized.  
  • No less than 5 years of experience in welding and fabricating.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in management. 
  • Will supervise staff to include, designating work assignments, providing instruction to staff, and presenting input for performance reviews. 
  • Will train new employees and coach existing employees. 
  • Equipment production must be monitored to ensure proper quality, and final quality inspected before equipment is shipped out.  
  • Investigate and report all incidents such as hazards, accidents, and poor work performance. 
  • Must be able to motivate others to meet demands established by the production schedule.  
  • Will present the ability to effectively communicate between management and staff.
  • Computer literacy is a requirement for this position.  
  • Spanish and English a plus but not required.




Salary: $40,000.00 - $54,000.00 / YR - (Possibly higher DOE)

Benefits: Excellent Benefits!

Location: This position is located within Stanislaus County (Modesto, Ceres, Turlock, Newman, Surrounding areas)

Hours: Must be able to work established shift that is available at time of hire.

Our well established and growing Food Processing Client is in search of an experienced Production Supervisor for this IMMEDIATE DIRECT HIRE CAREER OPPORTUNITY! 

Under the direction of the department manager the Production Supervisor is responsible for carrying out all bottling assignments as scheduled in a safe and efficient manner. These assignments include bottling line(s) operation, employee hiring, training scheduling and discipline. You will be responsible to supervise production, cellar and maintenance workers in on your shift - up to approximately 20-25 employees. Other responsibilities include job description and SOP updating as necessary, production reporting, warehousing of produced goods, department housekeeping, equipment sanitation, material management, recycling and waste management. Overall will be responsible for all aspects of the bottling operations on assigned shift while offering a team effort for the department as a whole.

Essential Duties:

  • Understand and comply with all ISO 9001-2015, HACCP and GMP requirements and processes
  • Meet with the previous shift supervisor and maintenance leads prior to pre-shift meetings to discuss any issues that may affect your line productivity
  • Complete all safety requirements as in tailgate trainings, line checks and the overall safety awareness and commitment of staff
  • Reporting of daily shift production along with other required documentation.
  • Conduct pre-shift meetings which will be conducted during the first 15 minutes of every shift where employees will be informed of daily tasks, goals, and issues followed by line clean up
  • Check and ensure proper set up of lines and materials
  • Ensure all product is being properly filled, sealed, decorated and coded to the current BOM specifications
  • Ensure both case and pallet tag printers are correct and legible 
  • Enter all issues and corrective actions in the Supervisors Log
  • Evaluate employees as necessary to advise them of their strengths and/or weaknesses
  • Ensure proper staffing is communicated to HR per production requirement. 
  • All employee time transactions in Paycom are to be reviewed and approved by the shift supervisor and signed by the employee at the end of each week or pay period
  • Ensure there is cross training being conducted to always have a backup for any position
  • Send in all vacation and other leave requests through Paycom
  • Assist Quality Assurance in keeping all Case print and Pallet tags current and correct
  • Inform, assist and/or assign all maintenance and line personnel including labs to help ensure optimum bottling performance 
  • Ensure all employees are following all company practices, policies and safety procedures.
  • Evaluate line employee’s performance constantly, with a written evaluation yearly.
  • Attend or provide a representative at all required safety meetings.
  • Follow all company policies in as assigned in new hire training.
  • Oversee and ensure proper sanitation of filters, chutes, fillers at startups


  • High School diploma or GED
  • Food Processing industry or production experience desirable
  • Case good inventories and supply demands, line change, availability planning, and alternative planning, recycling.
  • Production machinery, including printers, bottling pumps, membrane filtration, CIP skid, and forklift operations. 




Our well established Manufacturing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERSin search an experienced CNC Programmer/Operator AND/OR a Manual Lathe Operator for this Full-Time Career position.

Our client would like a CNC Programmer/Operator who also has experience as a Manual Lathe Operator, but will consider experience with one or the other if candidates do not have both.


  • CNC Programmer/Operator - $18.00 - $25.00/hr
  • Manual Lathe Operator - $16.00 - $22.00/hr

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits

LOCATION - Modesto

HOURS - Monday - Friday, 6:00a.m. to 2:30p.m.


CNC Programmer/Operator

  • Develop NC code for 3-axis machining centers and 2-axis turning centers using CAM software.
  • Develop new programs and enhance existing programs to improve productivity.
  • Add operator notes to describe and error-proof the NC programs.
  • Output electronic NC data through a post-processor.
  • Evaluate the G-code program to ensure the G-code matches the graphics program.
  • Select appropriate cutting tools, speeds, feeds and cut depths to achieve best metal removal rates.
  • Work with machinists to proof NC programs and modify machining parameters to optimize metal removal and maximize tool life.
  • Develop rigid work-holding techniques to optimize machining and quick change setups on short machine runs.
  • Provide setup sheets and tool lists for machinists that are clear and consistent.
  • Prepare sheets to specify stock material type and dimensions, work and tool offsets, and fixturing.
  • Set up information depicted pictorially using CAD.
  • Maintain tool lists that specify cutter geometry, material, coating, holder type and protrusion (stick out).
  • Develop master parametric models for multiple configuration products.
  • Develop standard tooling database to ensure consistent, repeatable NC programs.
  • Develop standard work and tool offsets to minimize set-up time and manufacturing variances.
  • Develop materials database to calculate speeds and feeds accurately and consistently.
  • Review Engineering CAD drawings for programming and manufacturability.

Manual Lathe Operator

  • Fabricate metal objects through the set-up and operation of manual mills, lathes, drill presses and similar equipment.
  • Select and utilize required tooling and fixturing.
  • Determine cutting speeds and feeds.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on machinery.
  • Troubleshoot and repair machinery.
  • Write and maintain standard operating procedures (SOPs).
  • Complete daily maintenance and repair logs.
  • Maintain and secure work tools.
  • Clean and maintain work area.
  • Turn off and lock out equipment when not in use.
  • Assist lower level machinists in performing tasks.
  • Provide on-the-job training to new employees.
  • Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service to departments.
  • Clean and prepare drums and roll-on pad yokes for padding.
  • Apply new pad material to roll-on pads and vacuum drums.




Salary - $18.00 to $18.50 Per Hour


Job Location - San Joaquin County (Stockton, Manteca, Tracy, Ripon or surrounding cities)

Our very well established and growing Food Processing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced Quality Control Technician for IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY. This is a Full-Time Temp to Hire need with the possibility of converting to the Company's Payroll!!


  • Monday-Friday with mandatory Saturdays as needed
  • During Training will work Day Shift - 6:00am-2:30pm for approximately 4 to 6 weeks.
  • Most likely will then be 12 Hour Night Shift - 6:00pm-6:30am, after training. 

Job Scope:
The Quality Control Technician is responsible for implementing and adhering to the Quality Control program at the manufacturing site. This includes conducting Quality Control checks during production, verifying adherence to the mycotoxin testing protocol, conducting mycotoxin testing, verifying sanitation activities, and other responsibilities as needed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• As directed and trained, conduct various tests for incoming ingredients, including sieve, NIR, moisture, and mycotoxin testing.
• Routinely check operator paperwork for accuracy and completeness.
• Routinely check label, bags and seals.
• Perform and comply with all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
• Working overtime is MANDATORY and requires full participation.
• Maintain Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) in accordance to company policy.
• Perform all functions in accordance with sound safety practices and procedures.
• Report all safety violations and safety hazards to Shift Supervisor/Safety Manager immediately
• Participate in all safety programs

• Must be computer literate
• Must have ability to accept temporary assignment changes to assist other areas of the plant, maintaining a positive, professional attitude.
• Must be capable of lifting 50 pounds of product routinely, and climbing a ladder to maintenance equipment from a catwalk.
• Must maintain assigned portion of master sanitation schedule.
• Must work in a safe, professional manner at all times.
• Must report any accidents, property damage, or near misses to a supervisor immediately.
• Must have the ability to be trained and certified to operate forklifts.

Other Qualifications:
• HACCP, GFSI, or SQF certification is a plus.
• Must have excellent communication skills to communicate with other employees and supervisors.
• Flexibility to be available to help cover for other Quality Control employees when called upon.
• Ability to read bin level and work schedule.

Must have experience working in Quality Control in a food manufacturing plant as described above.




Our stable and growingAG client with an excellent reputation in their industry is PARTNERINGwith STAFFING PARTNERS in search of an experienced BILINGUAL SPANISH Parts Specialists for these EXCELLENT FULL TIME CAREER OPPORTUNITY! 

SALARY - $17.00 - 18.50/HR 

BENEFITS - Excellent Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, Start 3 Weeks PTO, etc.

LOCATION - Stockton

HOURS - Monday thru Fridays, 8:am to 5:pm

This position is responsible for duties related to the receiving, sale, delivery of parts and accessories at the parts counter. In addition to providing exemplary customer service within the parts department. This position also backs up all other parts positions including delivery, shipping, receiving and other roles as needed at the location. 

Responsibilities and Duties: 

  • Selling parts to customers at front counter using industry specific software
  • Receive and put in place, inventory, store parts, equipment and material into the department
  • Provide excellent customer service according to the company’s Customer Expectations Policy
  • Monitor and follow up on parts shortage and expedite ordering as required by the Parts Supervisor 
  • May supply service technicians with parts as required 
  • May assist in transporting parts, small equipment and related supplies to other locations/customers
  • Responsible for maintaining an accurate inventory and cycle counts of all parts at the location
  • Maintain records of pickup, deliveries and obtains necessary signatures and receipts
  • Assists in maintaining all departmental tools and equipment
  • Coordinate the perpetual or annual physical inventory of all parts and related inventories
  • Assist with merchandising displays 
  • Promote and sell products and services to customers

Qualifications and Skills: 

  • Minimum of high School diploma plus 2 years of related experience 
  • Excellent Customer Service skills


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