Nomad Foods Europe / Birds Eye

General Operator

Job Locations IE-Kildare-Naas
Posted Date 8 months ago(29/10/2021 16:15)
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The Naas Pizza site is part of the Nomad Foods Group. The business operates two manufacturing sites in Ireland (Naas and Longford) employing approximately 450 FTEs and producing c. 50k tons of Pizzas annually, predominantly under the Goodfella’s and San Marco brands. BEP also produces own label Pizza for many retailers in both the UK and Ireland.

To integrate with fellow Employees to form an effective, diligent and co-operative Team in a safe environment.


General Operatives

Goodfella’s / Birds Eye Pizza


Birds Eye Pizza is located in Naas Co Kildare and is part of the Nomad Foods Group.  Our portfolio of iconic brands, which includes Birds Eye, Findus, Iglo, Aunt Bessie’s and Goodfella’s, have been part of consumers’ meals for generations.


We are looking to recruit into a number of General Operative Roles across a variety of shift patterns at our Naas Factory.


Key responsibilities:

  • Work in line with all Health and Safety procedures on site.
  • Adhere to all food safety and quality procedures on site.
  • Work as part of a team to ensure that output targets are achieved.
  • Work as part of a team to ensure that downtime and waste are kept to a minimum.
  • Other related duties maybe assigned.


Other Details:

  • Standard working week – 39 hours,
  • Overtime rates available after 39 hours,
  • Some of the benefits on offer –
    • Subsidised Canteen,
    • onsite parking,
    • EAP Programme,
    • Pension,
    • Educational Assistance,
    • Annual attendance award,
    • 22 days annual leave increasing to 25 with service


Experience within a manufacturing environment would be a distinct advantage but not essential.  Birds Eye are looking for candidates with a strong Health & Safety mindset, a good work ethic and who enjoy working as part of a team.  







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