Join Our FamilyAdd flavor to your life with a career at Del Sol Food.

Since 1982, the Del Sol Food Company has focused on our unwavering dedication and commitment to quality by using only the finest ingredients. But it’s the people behind our products that make BRIANNAS an award-winning company with a one-of-a-kind culture. Family is at the heart of everything we do, as evidenced by the number of our employees who have been with us for a significant number of years. In fact, half of our employees have been with us for over a decade!
Our vision for growth is much larger than salad dressing alone, and we’re looking for dedicated individuals who desire to grow with us.
So check out our open positions below and get in touch if you think you’re a fit.
We can’t wait to hear from you!

Current Openings

Thank you for your interest in a career with BRIANNAS!

  • Logistics Manager Brenham, Texas Full Time

    The Logistics Manager will handle the entire delivery process of products by scheduling both inbound and outbound shipments and constantly monitoring them to make sure each product arrives on time. This position will also supervise the warehouse shipping and receiving departments, and maintain and control inventory levels for off-site warehouses.


    • Manage the entire freight expense process to ensure results are in line with budget forecast.
    • Review and research customer needs and develop the best method of approach to fulfill the needs with a high fulfillment rate.
    • Oversee the entire process of a shipment, from acquisition to delivery.
    • Monitor and maintain inventory levels for all off-site warehouses, replenishing inventory quantities as needed.
    • Key contributor and leader as part of the monthly senior leadership team.
    • Seek and utilize technological advances in both the current environment and into the future to improve efficiency and productivity.
    • Schedule shipments to customer consolidator warehouse, contract packer’s warehouse, and individual customer locations based upon orders received.
    • Build a network of reliable suppliers but constantly be evaluating market conditions for opportunities to lower freight expenses as appropriate.
    • Keeps VP of Operations and Engineering well informed on challenges and opportunities with a strong line of communication across other organizational leaders.
    • Train department supervisors and supervise the shipping and receiving departments.
    • Enter new customers into Great Plains and make any other adjustments to the customer information, such as broker assignment or terms.
    • Schedule the shipping dates of all orders based on available inventory and schedule shipping and delivery of all export orders, insuring payments are made before the orders ship.
    • Coordinate export shipments with the various freight forwarders and prepare all export paperwork needed for each country.
    • Coordinate with the sales department to help meet or exceed monthly sales goals for shipping.
    • Work with the sales team on any freight information they need when they are talking to possible new customers and communicate with the sales team on any special orders such as exports, etc.
    • Assist customers and brokers with questions they have about issues with order shipments and purchase orders or OS&D issues and ensure the most cost-effective ways of shipping are being utilized in order to minimize freight cost per case.
    • Coordinate with the accounting department to reconcile unauthorized deductions as they relate to freight issues due to miscounts by the customers or OS&D issues and provide shipping reports, monthly inventories, freight costs and any other information related to shipping or receiving as required by the accounting or purchasing departments.
    • Order warehouse supplies as requested by department supervisors, requesting PO’s from the purchasing department as needed.
    • Provide the purchasing department with inventory levels of items that are stored in the Warehouse.
    • Ensure warehouses are being maintained according to Quality Assurance and GMP standards and that daily checklists are being filled out and ensure ingredients are properly stored based on HAACP guidelines for storing allergens.
    • Coordinate with Quality Assurance to make sure Food Defense measures are being followed, daily check lists are filled out at both warehouses, and ensure positive outcomes for all annual inspections by various agencies.
    • Inspect staff when operating warehouse equipment such as forklifts, pallet jacks, dollies, etc. to ensure safe, efficient, and professional usage, while following OSHA regulations.
    • Coordinate with the OSHA/Safety director to make sure all staff are involved in the trainings.
    • Prepare packages for Fed Ex Ground as needed.
    • Assist in checking in drivers when no one is at the check in window.
    • Assist in entering purchase orders into Great Plains and Black Book as needed.
    • Perform all other duties as assigned.


    • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management or Business preferred
    • Experience: A minimum of 5 years of experience in Warehouse Inventory Management or another similar position required


    • Knowledge of OSHA and other federal regulations’ requirements
    • Knowledge of HACCP, Auditing, SOP’s, GMP’s, and FDA
    • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment
    • Excellent communication skills with working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
    • Must be able to work and communicate effectively with team members
    • Skilled at multi-tasking
    • Must be able to work nights, weekend, and holidays as needed

  • QA Tech-II Brenham, Texas Full Time

    The Quality Assurance Technician II is an active participant in the implementation of Food Safety Quality Assurance (FSQA) programs. This position assists in compliance monitoring of FSQA programs of raw materials, finished products, packaging materials and plant systems during the developmental and operational processes of food production and packaging. The successful candidate will engage in a variety of food safety, project management and processing issues to support as needed overall company-wide QA initiatives.



    • Assist in developing HACCP plans, SOP’s, SSOP’s and maintaining Food Safety Programs for 3rd party audits.
    • Assist in monitoring of FSQA programs including but not limited to SQF, HACCP, Pest Control Program, GMP’s, Approved Supplier Program, Foreign Material Control and Food Defense.
    • Utilize root-cause analysis skills to conduct investigations, create reports and follow up to support FSQA Customer Complaint investigative reports.
    • Perform daily quality inspections to ensure all company, customer and regulatory specifications and requirements are being met.
    • Perform tasks including but not limited to ingredient and product sampling/testing, line monitoring, sanitation validation and environmental monitoring.
    • Maintain database of relevant Quality documents to include but not limited to: Supplier Approval documentation, Laboratory Logs, Certificates of Analysis, Sanitation Logs, and Temperature Logs.
    • Accurately interpret lab results, create graphs, and trend data as required.
    • Conduct Facility Self-Audits and assist in employee training of FSQA Programs, Policies and Procedures.
    • Knowledgeable of all Quality Technician positions and tasks and offer guidance/ support for new or contingent technicians to ensure success of the team.
    • Participate in multidisciplinary audits conducted throughout the year.
    • Be a resource to production team members on food safety and quality issues.
    • Will work closely with the Quality Manager to lead improvement teams, complaint management/resolution, and other duties as assigned to meet business needs.
    • This is a key position within the Quality Dept. and will serve as backup for Quality Technicians and QA Manager (SQF Practitioner).
    • Other tasks as assigned by Quality Manager.


    Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Science related field (Biology, Chemistry, Food Science, Biochemistry, etc.)

    Experience: 1-3 years

    Certifications: HACCP Certified or ability to obtain certification within 30 days of employment.


    • Self-driven to manage multiple concurrent projects, record keeping, planning skills, and time management.
    • Computer skills and working knowledge of MS office- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook required.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication, with experience writing Standard Operating Procedures in a manufacturing setting.
    • Ability to multitask and adapt to an evolving environment.
    • Must demonstrate independent and critical thinking abilities.
    • Must be able to work and communicate effectively in a team environment.
    • Must be able to work extended hours including overtime, weekends, and holidays as needed.
    • Occasional travel required.
    • Valid driver’s license and ability to drop off samples as needed.
    • Bilingual skills a plus.


    • This position reports directly to the QA/R&D Manager.
    • The QA Tech II works closely with other team members.


    QA Tech must be able to lift 30-40 lbs with or without assistance.

    The working environment is a clean, climate-controlled, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, but may require some outside maintenance as needed. May require working in cold room temperatures <40°F. Must be able to pass a drug screen as well as a criminal background check. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend, and stretch. This job requires the employee to be able to read, write and communicate verbally in English. The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.