Job Available 2020: Seasonal Shellfish Plant Worker

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Hama Hama is looking for someone to join our shellfish plant production team for the winter season!

About us:

Family owned and operated for five generations, we’re a shellfish and timber farm located on Hood Canal with a reputation for quality is built on hard work and clean water. Our mission is pretty simple: use low impact farming methods to grow world-class oysters and trees, have fun, and leave something good for those who will come after us. 

This position has a lot of variety, and primary responsibilities include:

  •  Sanitation and safety- we take the health and safety of our people and shellfish seriously, and cleaning and sanitizing is essential to this position
  • Sorting and packing shucked oysters
  • Packing shellfish orders for shipment and local delivery
  •  Cleaning and sorting shellfish and maintaining gear as needed

Requirements and physical demands include:

  • Likes cleaning and willing to pitch in wherever needed
  • Able to stand for hours at a time and lift up to 40 lb. Must be able to move comfortably working with your hands at a station, and have good manual dexterity to handle shellfish. 
  • Able to work in a wet/cold environment
  • Basic knowledge of written and spoken english (to fill orders accurately)

This is a full-time seasonal position set to go through the holiday season, and may have the potential to become permanent. 

Compensation range for this role is $16-17.50/hour

To apply please submit a resume to, or complete our online application here.

Equal Opportunity Employment—Hama Hama Company is a proud equal opportunity employer and it is our policy that employees and applicants will not be subjected to unlawful discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex/gender, age, national origin, veteran’s status, marital status, physical or mental disability, or any other basis prohibited by applicable state, federal or local laws.

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