The vacancies include positions in its manufacturing, packing and hygiene departments, with successful applicants being offered a full programme of training to help advance their careers.
Dalehead – part of the Pilgrim’s Pride group – currently employs more than 300 staff. This latest recruitment drive will support its ongoing expansion, according to Lynn Dyson, human resources manager at Dalehead Foods in Corsham.
Jobs for the local community
“It’s an integral part of our Dalehead business, serving quality products to high-profile customers across the UK,” she added. “We’re now in the position to create more jobs in the local area, which has always been an ambition of ours.”
Succe3ssful applicants will be offered competitive rates of pay and working hours, as well as other benefits including subsidised canteen, free parking, online discount scheme for food, retail, travel and more, pension scheme and engagement initiatives throughout the year.
“People are at the heart of everything we do and we are excited to welcome our new hires into the business,” Dyson continued. “We are continuously looking at ways to make our Corsham site a great place to work and are looking forward to bringing our new joiners with us on our exciting journey ahead.”
Made in Corsham
Operating from Corsham for the past 30 years, Dalehead Foods is a fully integrated ‘higher welfare’ farming and food business that manages the food production process from farm to fork. The business consists of four manufacturing sites dedicated to serving upmarket retailer Waitrose with pork and lamb products.
Meanwhile, Winterbotham Darby is to open a second plant-based manufacturing facility at its Milton Keynes production site, as part of a £5m investment into its meat alternative brand Squeaky Bean.
The installation of a griller at the new site will open up the ability to develop new product lines, building on the success Winterbotham has found with its Chargrilled Mini Fillets. The investment has also led to the creation of 100 new jobs.