General Labor - TN

Job Locations US-TN-Medon
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/21/2024 2:46 PM)
# of Openings
Regular Full-Time

Sazerac Company Overview

Build your career at Sazerac! With almost 400 years of rich history, Sazerac Company has thrived as an independent, American family-owned company with operations in the United States and around the world. Since the 2000s, Sazerac has averaged double digit growth every year! Sazerac Company produces and markets the most award-winning bourbons and whiskeys in the world, including Buffalo Trace, Pappy Van Winkle, Eagle Rare, Blanton’s, and Sazerac Rye. Additionally, Sazerac owns many popular brands across a range of spirits, including Fireball, Southern Comfort, Seagram’s V.O., Myers’s, Goldschläger, Parrot Bay, 99 Brand, and Platinum Vodka. 


We’re proud of our award-winning culture and distilleries. Our Louisville office has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Kentucky” four times, and our Buffalo Trace Distillery has earned the title of “world’s most award-winning distillery” through the dedication of our craftsmen for well over 200 years. Whether you’re a recent graduate or an experienced professional, Sazerac provides extraordinary opportunities for growth with competitive salaries and benefits in an exciting, entrepreneurial industry.

Job Description/Responsibilities

Stand long periods of time, stack white oak stave/heading pieces onto a pallet that weighs 5-10lbs. Consists of bending, stretching, twisting, pulling, pushing, climbing a few steps, eye-hand coordination, grade the wood for defects, use hands for grabbing and wrists for rotating, using tools such as tape measures and crayons. Stack wood in layers a certain way so that it will air dry. Ability to work in variable weather conditions, including cold and hot/humid conditions.


  • Must have a High school diplomar or GED (Required)

  • Manufacturing: 2 years (Preferred)

  • Must be able to pass a Drug screen & background check. (Required)


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