Ammonia Refrigeration Technician Needed

Immediate opening for an AMMONIA REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN at the Omaha, Nebraska location of Quality Refrigerated Services. This position’s primary responsibilities are to direct the refrigeration system operation, safety, cost reduction and performance maximization. The successful candidate has a minimum of 2 years of experience operating an ammonia refrigeration system, familiarity with PSM, OSHA and EPA requirements, excellent verbal and written communication skills and broad based general maintenance knowledge to include electric forklift repair and preventive maintenance, electrical motor and controls, general building maintenance and repair skills. Pre-employment testing and references may be required. Quality Refrigerated Services offers competitive wages and a rich benefit package. Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@qualityrefrigerated.com

Processing Line Time Available

We have Line time!  Let us help you with 
Co-Packing, Co-Manufacturing or Custom Processing
USDA Federal Establishment BRC GFSI certified
Services available: On site warehousing and blast freezing,
Fresh to frozen packaging for domestic and export, commodity,
food service and retail, sizing, portioning, wrapping, bagging, vacuum sealing
thawing, kit assembly, light fabrication, sorting, and others.

Just added Fat Analysis and Metal Detection 
Call for Mike or Henry at Quality Processing Services 402-738-1118
email info@qualityrefrigerated.com

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Uplifting Athletes

What started as a reason to build relationships with new teammates, and hoping to get to know a little about the veterans, has blossomed into helping Eric Shrive more tightly define his own personal purpose. Penn State’s redshirt junior offensive lineman walked into an Uplifting Athletes meeting as a freshman and stumbled upon a student-athlete led organization he felt a connection with.

Shrive Photo 2Four years later Shrive is the top student fundraiser in the history of Uplifting Athletes with nearly $70,000 raised for kidney cancer research through the Nittany Lions’ Lift For Life. And the newly elected President of the Penn State chapter recently was crowned the 2013 Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champion as voted by the public.

“It’s tough as a freshman with all the classes and football,” Shrive said. “I liked what (former Penn State chapter President) Brett Brackett was telling us and it sounded good.

“Going into my sophomore year…

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