Grain Location Manager in Boyden, IA 51234

Farmers Cooperative Society

Overall Job Function:

The Grain Location Manager facilitates and oversees daily grain operations at their assigned location.
Essential Job Functions:

Coordinates and engages in unloading, loading, store, cleaning and blending of grain for milling and shipment.
Inspects samples of grain from incoming shipment to verify variety of grain with invoice and route to designated storage bin according to variety and quality of grain.
Loading, unloading and transportation of grain by bucket elevators and conveyors to storage tanks.
Inspects grain to determine cleaning requirements and moisture, directs processing of grain to prepare grain for milling.
Keeps inventory boards up to date with measurements.
Keeps good housekeeping records and preventative maintenance records, including but not limited to greasing of bearings, replacing parts, checking and replacing gear box oil.
Keeps boot pits clear of debris and spilled grain.
Picks and cleans all spilled grain on ground.
Performs other duties as assigned as asked by location manager.

Secondary Responsibilities:

Consistent positive and can do attitude.
Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
Knowledgeable on company software and software support.
Ability to handle stressful situations professionally.

Competencies:

High level of customer service focus.
Supports a consistent professional image of the company.
Observes safety policy and procedure as an absolute.
Attitude of positivity and reacts calmly under pressure.
Commitment to dependability and willingness to work to meet goals and deadlines.
Effectively solve problems of the department.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED.
Prefer Experience with grain or elevator operations.

Work Requirements:
This position will flex time between an office setting and outside time. Office equipment utilized will be computer, phone, fax, copy machine and other standard office equipment. While on farm employee will be exposed to elements, loud noise, agricultural equipment, outside weather conditions and vibrations. The employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes and airborne particles. The noise level is usually moderate but occasionally may be loud. PPE will be provided and must be utilized when applicable and according to safety standards. Typical working hours are based on customer and organizational demand; hours may be long, irregular and including weekends and holidays during peak season.
While performing job functions the employee will be required to talk and hear most of the time. The employee will spend frequent intervals moving and sitting, while also needing to reach, bend, twist, crawl, crouch, stoop or kneel. The employee will need to be able to lift up to 50 pounds frequently and maneuver on and off a mobile equipment. The physicality of this job is high.

FCS job descriptions are a representation of a job requirements knowledge, skills and abilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Benefits:

401k Company matches 50% up to 10%
Vacation & Paid Holidays after 30 days of employment
Company bonus incentive
Excellent health insurance plans
Dental & Vision available
Short & Long Term Disability provided at no cost to you
Life Insurance
Identity Theft Insurance
Accident Insurance
Clothing Allowance
10% Discount on purchases at the How-To Building Center