Sabra makes America's most iconic and beloved hummus and a delicious range of plant-based dips and spreads. We are dedicated to uniting and delighting the world around planet-positive food.
Sabra was founded in 1986 in Astoria, Queens and is headquartered in White Plains, New York. Sabra's 500+ team members proudly produce hummus in Chesterfield County, Virginia, taking great care to ensure the highest-quality hummus is ready to go home with you. From party time to snack time, Sabra is always a feel-good food
Sustainability is in our roots. Sabra hummus is made with chickpeas grown on family-farms in the Pacific Northwest. The chickpea is not only a nutritional powerhouse but an agricultural treasure, pulling nitrogen from the atmosphere and depositing nutrients into the soil for future crops to consume, making the world a better place one chickpea at a time. Our commitment to the planet drives the ingredients we source, the products we produce, the choices we make and the way we engage with one another and with our community.
People are at the core of how we grow and create value; leading with diversity, equity and inclusion contributes directly to our shared success. We are always looking for talented people who share our passion for nourishing our bodies, our souls, and our communities. If you are interested in learning more about career opportunities at Sabra, visit our career site.
Dip into the world of hummus excellence! Join us for an internship that's as flavorful as it is fulfilling with an exciting opportunity as our Manufacturing Operations summer intern! Are you a college student looking to gain hands-on experience in manufacturing operations and/or supply chain management? This 12-week internship, starting in May at our Colonial Heights, VA plant, offers the perfect opportunity to dive into the world of supply chain operations within the world's largest hummus manufacturing site!
As part of Operations, you'll use your skills, our systems, and a wide array of raw materials to help create the delicious Humus our consumers love. While taking ownership in your area of work, you'll also ensure the safety of yourself and your colleagues while producing our top-quality products reliably and efficiently within our integrated supply chain. Our internship assignments focus on practical, value-added projects, and related experiences that teach how operations production drives value throughout the organization.Dip Into Your Role
Recipe for Success
- Manufacturing engineering related work experience could include product non-conformance review, technical support on the production floor, reviewing engineering drawings to ensure compatibility with specs and fabrication capabilities, and/or efficiency studies on manufactured parts.
- Quality related work experience could include product inspection, inspection data analysis, measurement capability studies, failure and analysis reports, traceability documentation, and/or contamination control.
- Operations related work experience could include components of production planning, material handling, and/or lean initiatives & process improvement studies.
- Provide support to plant team members to gain hands on experience with production methods, machines, and processes.
- Currently enrolled and pursuing a bachelor's degree in business, supply chain, logistics, economics, engineering or a recent graduate of a similar program
- Prior experience in a manufacturing environment a strong plus
- Working knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint
- Working knowledge of ERP systems, SAP Preferred
- Demonstrated clear communication skills
- Strategic, analytical, and creative thinking skills
- Demonstrated leadership initiative through studies or extracurricular activities
- Ability to manage assigned tasks and small projects per scope and timeline
- Organized with a task and deadline oriented mindset
- While this role will work fairly standard business hours, there may be an occasional need to work a night or cross-shift to cover a trial project
We celebrate an inclusive environment and provide equal opportunity for development and advancement. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, status as a covered veteran or uniform service member, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and/or local law.