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Seed Sales #2857 (State of, Ohio)

We have a retail agronomy seed sales opportunity with an established multi location company in Ohio. This company has an excellent portfolio of seed products with a high volume of sales. This is a new position created to further increase the seed sales portfolio. 


Candidates will be responsible for selling and servicing seed directly to their customers. This position will maintain a home office and be expected to be calling on farmers daily. The company is providing this person the flexibility to develop innovative sales and marketing strategies based on the needs of their customers and prospects. This is a very progressive company with excellent employee benefits and great facilities. Salary, sales incentives, company truck and full benefits are provided. 


The ideal candidate will have experience in seed sales and a working knowledge of farm production practices in Ohio.

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Grain Operations Superintendent #2853 (Northwest, Indiana)

If you are looking for an excellent grain elevator Superintendent opportunity at a very large volume location with excellent pay and benefits and career growth potential this position is for you.


Position requires a results-oriented self-starter.  The successful candidate will oversee grain handling operations personnel and services to farmers in a three county area. The company is a recognized leader in the field offering a number of innovative products that are truly differentiated in the market. Competitive wage and benefits, health insurance and relocation benefits available.


HS diploma and  5 years of grain elevator operations experience required.

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Grain Operations #2852 (Northwest, Indiana)

If you are looking for an excellent grain elevator operations opportunity at a very large volume location with excellent pay and benefits and career growth potential this position is for you.

Position requires a results-oriented self-starter.  The successful candidate will oversee grain handling operations and services to farmers in a three county area. The company is a recognized leader in the field offering a number of innovative products that are truly differentiated in the market. Competitive wage and benefits, health insurance and relocation benefits available. 

HS diploma and 2 years of grain elevator operations experience required.

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Custom Applicator #2851 (Northwest, Ohio)

If you are looking for a retail agronomy equipment operations opportunity based out of Northwest Ohio with all the tools for success available, we have the position for you. This opportunity requires a results-oriented self starter.  


The successful candidate will operate a full complement of application, delivery and precision Ag equipment providing agronomic products and services to farmers in a three county area.  Products include seed, SMS software, VRT fertilizer, crop protection, Ag consulting, Liquid and dry fertilizer, custom application, precision Ag services and equipment.  


Experience with Midwest crops application equipment operations is desired.  Farm background a plus.  High School or higher education desirable; $17-$19 per hour plus Overtime bonus, truck, 401k, health, dental and vision insurance.

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Agronomy Sales #2850 (Central, Illinois)

Large independent Ag retailer is seeking a salesperson for Central Illinois. This position will be responsible for selling seed, fertilizer, chemicals , application services and precision Ag to local farmers. This company is an industry leader in agronomy technology, proprietary products, and seed sales. Base salary plus commissions, company truck and full benefits.


The ideal candidate will have a solid book of business and will be highly compensated for it.  CDL, CCA, and Agronomy sales experience is required.

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Farm Operations #2849 (Alda - Nebraska)

Our client is a mid sized grain farmer in South Central Nebraska seeking a farm operations professional. This position will be responsible for all aspects of grain farming equipment and irrigation operations. Candidates must be able to operate farm equipment and be willing to work long hours in the peak seasons.


Candidate is required to have a drivers license, strong work ethic, and integrity.

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Commercial Applicator #2845 (South East, Indiana)

This is an opportunity for an Ag professional to build a career in the retail agronomy industry where you will be trained well, paid well, and provided with the proper equipment, tools and leadership for success. 45k-50k pay, health insurance, 401k, paid holidays and vacation, promotional opportunities.


  • Work with agricultural retail professionals to apply crop protection products and crop nutrients. 
  • Assist in scouting, product transportation and various services for producers. 
  • Candidates should possess willingness to adapt to changing application technologies as well as seasonal variations in workload responsibilities.
  • Custom Applicator License and CDL or the ability to obtain them required.
  • 2 years of application operator experience.

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Custom Applicator #2843 (Southwest, Illinois)

This is an opportunity for an Ag professional to build a career in the retail agronomy industry where you will be trained well, paid well, and provided with the proper equipment, tools and leadership for success. 40k-50k pay, health insurance, 401k, acreage bonus, paid holidays and vacation, promotional opportunities.

  • Work with agricultural retail professionals to apply crop protection products and crop nutrients. 
  • Assist in scouting, product transportation and various services for producers. 
  • Candidates should possess willingness to adapt to changing application technologies as well as seasonal variations in workload responsibilities.
  • Custom Applicator License and CDL or the ability to get them is required.

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Office Manager #2842 (Southwest, Illinois)

A very progressive retail agronomy company is seeking an Office Manager. This position will be required to bill, dispatch operational equipment, answer phones, and general office administrative duties. This person will assume Location Manager responsibilities when the Location Manager is unavailable. Strong computer skills, communication skills, and farm industry knowledge are needed.

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Agronomy Sales #2841 (Southwest, Illinois)

SUMMARY

Work hours vary depending on the season. Normal hours are 8 A.M. – 5 P.M. Monday through Friday. Spring and fall hours are variable. You are expected to spend the time necessary to service all your accounts, including part-time farmers, and to help keep the fertilizer plants operating efficiently. Work hours during the busy season will be coordinated with the Agronomy Manager. Sunday hours will be required depending on the spring season. 


PRIMARY DUTIES:

  • Report to agronomy manager and report a minimum of 3-5 daily sales calls
  • Build and maintain relationship with all assigned customers from initial contact, through to sale, and follow up, as necessary which includes meeting with existing and potential customers as well as prospecting and cold calls
  • Develop agronomy plans for current customers
  • Utilize seed programs and grow the seed business, includes test plots and side by sides
  • Create written estimates, based on needs of customer, and finalize the sale
  • Maintain customer files/records/history/contracts/agreements
  • Coordinate with other reps the delivery of customer appreciation holiday gifts
  • Research and write two articles for the quarterly newsletter which includes: product pricing and promotion, growing season news and notes, helpful tips, new laws or regs, other pertinent information, etc
  • Attend meetings, seminars, courses, or on-line study to complete Continuing Education credits as needed to maintain licenses and credentials
  • Perform scouting duties for customer base throughout growing season for short and long term product and/or services which includes; identification of weeds/insects/diseases/nutrient deficiencies, determine recommendation of products/services including proper rate and timing, share recommendations with customer and agree on plan of action
  • Complete all order sheets and paperwork for any sales of product or services including deliveries which includes: fill out order sheets completely and accurately, attach GIS field maps , work with logistics manager to schedule jobs
  • Work with AR dept with customer questions
  • Follow other management directives for the good of the business and other duties as assigned 

The ideal candidate will have experience in agronomy input sales and a working knowledge of West Central Ohio farm production practices. 

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Agronomy Custom Applicator #2839 (Southwest, Indiana)

Summary

Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program of the local branch by precisely blending and custom-applying fertilizers and crop protection products based on knowledge, maps, recommendations and label directions.


Job Duties

  • Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program.
  • Precisely blends and custom applies fertilizers and agricultural chemicals based on recommendations and label directions.
  • Performs jobs safely and in compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Maintains facility and equipment so that they have a good appearance and are always in working order.
  • Performs mechanic work on selected vehicles.
  • Completes applicator logs and reports.
  • Keeps the Branch Manager informed of product inventory levels that could restrict application or delivery schedules.
  • Keeps facility, equipment, application, and inspection records as required.
  • Loads and unloads inbound and outbound inventory.
  • Willingness to work holidays and/or overtime hours if/when the season demands.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The candidate will have an exceptional work ethic, a positive attitude, professionalism and be self-motivated. The candidate will be highly responsible, flexible and dedicated to deliver results in seasons of highest demand. The candidate must work well within a team and communicate clearly. The candidate must adhere to the core values of the company. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Education and/or Experience

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.


Mathematical Skills

Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.


Reasoning Ability

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 

Valid CDL with required endorsements. Possession of license or immediate ability to obtain. An applicator's license that meets the minimum compliance requirements of the regulatory state in which the applicator operates.


Other Skills and Abilities

The ability to utilize and operate variable rate technology and GPS guidance systems.

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Agronomy Custom Applicator #2840 (Oaktown - Indiana)

Summary

Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program of the local branch by precisely blending and custom-applying fertilizers and crop protection products based on knowledge, maps, recommendations and label directions.


Job Duties

  • Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program.
  • Precisely blends and custom applies fertilizers and agricultural chemicals based on recommendations and label directions.
  • Performs jobs safely and in compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Maintains facility and equipment so that they have a good appearance and are always in working order.
  • Performs mechanic work on selected vehicles.
  • Completes applicator logs and reports.
  • Keeps the Branch Manager informed of product inventory levels that could restrict application or delivery schedules.
  • Keeps facility, equipment, application, and inspection records as required.
  • Loads and unloads inbound and outbound inventory.
  • Willingness to work holidays and/or overtime hours if/when the season demands.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The candidate will have an exceptional work ethic, a positive attitude, professionalism and be self-motivated. The candidate will be highly responsible, flexible and dedicated to deliver results in seasons of highest demand. The candidate must work well within a team and communicate clearly. The candidate must adhere to the core values of the company. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Education and/or Experience

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.


Mathematical Skills

Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.


Reasoning Ability

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 

Valid CDL with required endorsements. Possession of license or immediate ability to obtain. An applicator's license that meets the minimum compliance requirements of the regulatory state in which the applicator operates.


Other Skills and Abilities

The ability to utilize and operate variable rate technology and GPS guidance systems.

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Agronomy Custom Applicator #2838 (Brazil - Indiana)

Summary

Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program of the local branch by precisely blending and custom-applying fertilizers and crop protection products based on knowledge, maps, recommendations and label directions.


Job Duties

  • Implements, promotes, and supports the agronomy program.
  • Precisely blends and custom applies fertilizers and agricultural chemicals based on recommendations and label directions.
  • Performs jobs safely and in compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Maintains facility and equipment so that they have a good appearance and are always in working order.
  • Performs mechanic work on selected vehicles.
  • Completes applicator logs and reports.
  • Keeps the Branch Manager informed of product inventory levels that could restrict application or delivery schedules.
  • Keeps facility, equipment, application, and inspection records as required.
  • Loads and unloads inbound and outbound inventory.
  • Willingness to work holidays and/or overtime hours if/when the season demands.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The candidate will have an exceptional work ethic, a positive attitude, professionalism and be self-motivated. The candidate will be highly responsible, flexible and dedicated to deliver results in seasons of highest demand. The candidate must work well within a team and communicate clearly. The candidate must adhere to the core values of the company. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Education and/or Experience

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.


Mathematical Skills

Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.


Reasoning Ability

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 

Valid CDL with required endorsements. Possession of license or immediate ability to obtain. An applicator's license that meets the minimum compliance requirements of the regulatory state in which the applicator operates.


Other Skills and Abilities

The ability to utilize and operate variable rate technology and GPS guidance systems.

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Agronomy Sales #2837 (East Central, Illinois)

We have a retail agronomy sales opportunity available in East Central, IL. This location has a large sales volume and is very profitable. The seed business is excellent with a large volume of customers. Facilities and rolling stock are all top of the line and in good condition. This is a major agribusiness with good career opportunities. Candidates need to have a good educational background with retail agronomy experience. 60k-80k salary and incentives, company truck, health, dental and vision insurance, 401k with Co. match.

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Commercial Applicator #2833 (Northwest, Ohio)

This is an opportunity for an Ag professional to build a career in the retail agronomy industry where you will be trained well, paid well, and provided with the proper equipment, tools and leadership for success. 40k-50k pay, health insurance, 401k, paid holidays and vacation, promotional opportunities.

  • Work with agricultural retail professionals to apply crop protection products and crop nutrients. 
  • Assist in scouting, product transportation and various services for producers. 
  • Candidates should possess willingness to adapt to changing application technologies as well as seasonal variations in workload responsibilities.
  • 1A Custom Applicator License and Class A CDL or the ability to obtain them is required.

This career opportunity is responsible for the operation of spray equipment and the effective application of crop protection products and crop nutrients. They mix, load and apply crop protection products and crop nutrients to fields at approved applicable rates. Custom applicators also operate and maintain a variety of equipment and vehicles including sprayers, spreaders and trucks. They must maintain accurate application records and communicate with customers.

  • Operate and maintain all equipment and vehicles
  • Mix, load and apply pesticides and fertilizers
  • Apply pesticides and fertilizers at applicable rates to the appropriate fields
  • Handle and deliver bulk and packaged chemicals
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections
  • Clean and maintain equipment
  • Maintain application/spray records
  • Manage customer service relations
  • Organize and coordinate application timetable with customers
  • Knowledgeable of seed, chemicals and fertilizer to make informed decisions
  • Re-certify spraying technician license and safety training every two years

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Commercial Applicator #2832 (Central, Indiana)

This is an opportunity for an Ag professional to build a career in the retail agronomy industry where you will be trained well, paid well, and provided with the proper equipment, tools and leadership for success. 40k-50k pay, health insurance, 401k, paid holidays and vacation, promotional opportunities.

  • Work with agricultural retail professionals to apply crop protection products and crop nutrients. 
  • Assist in scouting, product transportation and various services for producers. 
  • Candidates should possess willingness to adapt to changing application technologies as well as seasonal variations in workload responsibilities.
  • 1A Custom Applicator License and Class A CDL or the ability to obtain them is required.

This career opportunity is responsible for the operation of spray equipment and the effective application of crop protection products and crop nutrients. They mix, load and apply crop protection products and crop nutrients to fields at approved applicable rates. Custom applicators also operate and maintain a variety of equipment and vehicles including sprayers, spreaders and trucks. They must maintain accurate application records and communicate with customers.

  • Operate and maintain all equipment and vehicles
  • Mix, load and apply pesticides and fertilizers
  • Apply pesticides and fertilizers at applicable rates to the appropriate fields
  • Handle and deliver bulk and packaged chemicals
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections
  • Clean and maintain equipment
  • Maintain application/spray records
  • Manage customer service relations
  • Organize and coordinate application timetable with customers
  • Knowledgeable of seed, chemicals and fertilizer to make informed decisions
  • Re-certify spraying technician license and safety training every two years

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Commerical Applicator #2831 (Columbus - Indiana)

This is an opportunity for an Ag professional to build a career in the retail agronomy industry where you will be trained well, paid well, and provided with the proper equipment, tools and leadership for success. 40k-50k pay, health insurance, 401k, paid holidays and vacation, promotional opportunities.

  • Work with agricultural retail professionals to apply crop protection products and crop nutrients. 
  • Assist in scouting, product transportation and various services for producers. 
  • Candidates should possess willingness to adapt to changing application technologies as well as seasonal variations in workload responsibilities.
  • 1A Custom Applicator License and Class A CDL or the ability to obtain them is required.

This career opportunity is responsible for the operation of spray equipment and the effective application of crop protection products and crop nutrients. They mix, load and apply crop protection products and crop nutrients to fields at approved applicable rates. Custom applicators also operate and maintain a variety of equipment and vehicles including sprayers, spreaders and trucks. They must maintain accurate application records and communicate with customers.

  • Operate and maintain all equipment and vehicles
  • Mix, load and apply pesticides and fertilizers
  • Apply pesticides and fertilizers at applicable rates to the appropriate fields
  • Handle and deliver bulk and packaged chemicals
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections
  • Clean and maintain equipment
  • Maintain application/spray records
  • Manage customer service relations
  • Organize and coordinate application timetable with customers
  • Knowledgeable of seed, chemicals and fertilizer to make informed decisions
  • Re-certify spraying technician license and safety training every two years


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Agronomy General Manager #2825 (Western, Kentucky)

Large independent Ag retail is seeking a General Manager for Western Kentucky. This position will be responsible for the overall financial performance of the location. This will include purchasing, sales, operations, personnel, and profitability. This company is an industry leader in agronomy technology, proprietary products, and seed sales. 


This position will:


  • Sell fertilizer, crop protection products, and seed
  • Provide service that will optimize the company's market share and savings
  • Achieve the Company's mission and goals which will result in outstanding customer service
  • Work with Ownership to establish yearly sales goals
  • Maintain delivery schedules and sales to customers, providing exceptional customer service
  • Make proper recommendations and applications of products sold
  • Assist in developing competitive marketing strategies
  • Provide the service necessary to meet goals and objectives. This includes responding to customer calls promptly, encouraging repeat sales by enhancing the profitability of customers, and maintaining proficiency in retail sales and knowledge of appropriate programs

Qualifications:


  • Two or four year degree in Agribusiness, or related program or equivalent previous experience
  • Self-motivated, dependable, and organized
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Computer knowledge

This position offers a competitive salary plus excellent incentives and exceptional benefits package.

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Production Supervisor #2813 (Northwest, Indiana)

Our Client specializes in the Production, Packaging and Distribution of High Quality Nutrient and Plant Protectants for the Consumer and Professional Turf and Ornamental markets in the U.S. market place. The company continues to see annualized growth along with new product innovations to serve our markets. 


The requirements for "Production Supervisor" has many responsibilities a few of which are:


  • Being responsible for all the staff in your area. 
  • Self Starter and preventative maintenance to equipment and quality of product. 
  • You must be able to work with different people everyday.
  • Keep good records of production and staff. 
  • Have understanding of scales, sealing and palletizing equipment and be vigil with everything that goes on in your area. 
  • Be able to do minor maintenance on equipment. (Major work is done by our Maintenance department/staff.) 
  • The individual has the opportunity to grow within the company. 
  • Individual willing to work over 40-hour standard work week. 
  • Arrive before your shift and stay after your shift to prepare for the next shift. 
  • A.S or B.S. Ag Degree desired but not required.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE


  • Pay: Salary or Hours your choice.  
  • Christmas Gift: up to 2% of your annual earnings.
  • Year End Bonus: Based on how well the company does.
  • Profit Sharing
  • 401K Program
  • Health Insurance
  • 2 Weeks Paid Vacation
  • Christmas Shut down Pay
  • 8 Paid Holidays
  • Uniforms

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Sorghum Seed Production Plant Operations Mgr #2799 (Texas Panhandle, Texas)

The Plant Operations Manager reports to the Location Manager, and has direct responsibility for all activities that occur within the production location.  These activities include but are not limited to receiving bulk seed, drying, storage of bulk seed, conditioning, treating, packaging, re-bagging, and warehousing operations.  The Plant Operations Manager works closely with the Location Manager to insure that all processes are conducted in a safe and cost effective manner, and that continuous improvement occurs in all areas of responsibility.  The Plant Operations Manager works closely with the Field Operations Manager in order to ensure quantity and quality requests for each customer are met.  Other responsibilities include:


  • Hires and supervises temporary & seasonal employees.  Also provides daily work schedule of full-time employees working within plant processes
  • Assist the Location Manager with employee reviews
  • Ensures safe work environment and implements company safety programs
  • Implementing QMS program within area of responsibility
  • Maintaining product integrity for all products processed
  • Operating facility within location budget.  Assists Location Manager in developing annual budget
  • Maintaining adequate inventory of all packaging and conditioning supplies by working closely with customers, vendors, and other locations
  • Lead discuss and provide updates on weekly conference calls with customers
  • Communicating bagging schedule and customer packaging instructions to plant employees
  • Initiating problem solving to improve location performance as needs arise
  • Ensuring that all plant equipment is maintained properly to minimize in-season downtime
  • Maintaining accurate bulk & finished inventory within bins/warehouses
  • Ensuring accurate completion of processing work orders so that customers are invoiced correctly
  • Maintaining facility appearance in a professional manner

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