We’re Welch’s, we’re passionate about grapes and we’ve been since 1869.
We’re owned by farmers and we’re built on the legacy of their hard work and dedication. As the makers of your favorite juices, jams and jellies, we’re honored to be part of families’ daily routines – it’s what gets us up in the morning.
We’ve learned that it takes a lot of great minds to create lasting growth. We have a big brand name, but we stick close to our mid-size roots. That means no ivory towers and plenty of opportunities to diversify and grow your skills. Your ideas and accomplishments are recognized and you have the potential to make an impact every day.
Come be part of a community that’s passionate about grapes and help us grow something special together.
Our people, our values and how we work together set us apart and make Welch's a special place
See where you can make a difference at Welch’s
Our offices and plants are in locations that reflect of our history and heritage
Don’t just take our word for it, see what our colleagues have to say about working at Welch’s
Being owned by family farmers keeps us grounded in what matters most - we offer a broad array of benefits choices for you and your family.
Welch’s believes diversity makes good business sense and we take pride in being an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Welch’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Welch’s prohibits the discrimination in its hiring practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of hiring information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact Welch’s at 978.371.1000.
To file a complaint of discrimination, you can contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, John F. Kennedy Federal Building; 475 Government Center; Boston, MA 02203, 800.669.4000. As a recipient of a USDA grant, the USDA also prohibits discrimination on the basis of familial status, marital status, limited English proficiency, because all or part of an individual’s income is derived from a public assistance program, or political beliefs (Not all bases apply to all programs). Therefore, you can also file a complaint here.