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Milk Receiver - Operator 1

company information:

fairlife, LLC is a health and wellness dairy company that produces and markets premium-quality, value-added, great tasting milk products – from farmers who share your values – crafted into real food nutrition that provides you with the vitality you need to live a fulfilled life. fairlife, LLC’s patented cold filtration process filters milk to increase natural protein and minerals and decrease lactose and sugar. fairlife, LLC, produces fairlife ultra-filtered milk, a high protein, reduced sugar great-tasting milk for the whole family, Core Power, a high protein milkshake for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, and YUP!, a delicious line of flavored milks. For more information, visit, and

In 2012, Select Milk Producers entered into a partnership with The Coca-Cola Company to form fairlife, LLC. The Coca-Cola Company is the distribution partner for the products that fairlife, LLC, creates, market and sells. fairlife, LLC owns and operates its own state-of-the-art plant in Michigan.

job purpose:

the Milk Receiver is a key member of the production team. The Milk Receiver shall perform the daily activities of receiving, shipping, and storage of milk and milk products. The activities are inclusive from scaling to storage, to shipment, and the necessary duties to assure safe handling of product, proper sampling and testing, required documentation. Cleanup, CIP, and sanitation of equipment, trucks, tanks, lines, and the work area required. Cooperation with co-workers, haulers, member services, Lab, & Production is expected. Specific duties listed may be altered in the future as condition warrant. 


  • Product receiving & shipments: Assure the proper scaling, sampling, testing of product.
  • Record-keeping & documentation such as load temp, silo filled, truck CIP, receiving logs, testing logs & notifications, shipment records etc. 
  • Perform testing in accordance to Appendix N (Temperature, SL3, Tetracycline, Aflatoxin)
  • Sanitation & cleaning of trucks, tanks, silos, lines, work areas, and maintain CIP systems 
  • Performs & monitors the filling, storage, and agitation of milk holding silos 
  • Assist with Lab & Production associates or any other duties as required and directed by supervisor and/or manager.
  • Comply with existing and/or future NMDA, USDA, FDA, or other regulatory agency as required.
  • Any other duties as needed throughout plant.

equipment operated:

  • Weight Scale & Scale Equipment/Interface, Load-out Press & System, CIP Systems, Computer & Touch Screen Monitors, Copy Machine, Calculator, Analytical Equipment (Thermometers, pH meter, Titration Kits & Reagents, FT120 Milk Analyzer, Charm Testing Equipment), Phone & Radio, Hand Tools & Miscellaneous Manufacturing Equipment.



  • High School Diploma, General Education Degree (GED) or Equivalent Experience.
  • Food manufacturing, material handling and forklift operation experience preferred.
  • Prior experience in the dairy or cheese industry is preferred.
  • Prior experience in manufacturing is a plus.
  • Knowledge of HACCP, GMP's, OSHA and loss control programs is highly desirable.
  • Previous dairy plant experience in equipment CIP procedure and safe milk handling is a plus
  • Exceptional attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to adapt effectively within a continually changing and demanding environment.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the products manufactured and the processes involved.
  • Basic understanding of equipment operations and minor troubleshooting ability.
  • Must be able to demonstrate an ability and willingness to communicate effectively in order to maintain high levels of Safety, Quality and Efficiency.
  • Ability to read and comprehend standard operating procedures and company guidelines in order to maintain regulatory compliance.
  • Ability to understand daily production needs.
  • Participate in a team environment safely.
  • Detail oriented, be quality minded.
  • Able to perform at a high level in a f ast-paced environment.

reports to: Production Supervisor

position location: Dexter, NM

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

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