Start growing a rewarding career with us AND receive a $2500 sign-on bonus! The Landus family offers a phenomenal benefit package that includes: 75% of health insurance premiums paid with options for medical, dental, and vision plans. A strong 401K employer match to assist in planning for your retirement Time off to assist with a work life balance by giving you 18 days PTO within first year. Other time off includes 8 paid holidays, volunteer time off and paternal leave We offer Flex Time which allows you to have a flexible schedule during approved times. Education Assistance Employee profit sharing incentive plan On the job training & career advancement opportunities New state of the art Innovation Connector located in Des Moines. This space offers: Team collaboration areas Fun activity center How will you have an impact in this role? We are seeking a motivated individual to be part of the Landus team who will be responsible for our outside agronomy and grain operations. At Landus, you’ll find a fun team atmosphere and a stable career that offers excellent benefits for full-time employees! What would you do? Greet all customers promptly and courteously Maintain and increase agronomy and feed sales, grain origination and marketing with existing customers and grow business with new customers, as applicable. Assist in all aspects of the elevator operations, if applicable to location Receiving and unloading grain operations Grain drying operations Measuring grain inventory on a weekly/monthly basis Grain train loading operations including cleaning and sealing cars Keeping facility clean, safe and housekeeping records current Maintain grain condition by testing temperatures and blending Able to operate train locomotive & obtain training certificate on locomotive operations, if applicable to the location Identify potential maintenance problems and complete necessary repairs Assist in all aspects of the fertilizer and chemical operations, if applicable to location Measure inventory and report it to the supervisor Assist in unloading bulk and packaged product Provide customer service by and loading chemical product orders Maintain and repair equipment as needed Keeping facility clean, safe and housekeeping records current Pumping bulk chemicals into customer tanks Tender to applicators Fill NH3 nurse tanks during season Understand basic agronomy chemistry of all products
Must have a valid driver’s license Must be able to move/lift up to 50 pounds; occasionally up to 100 pounds. Understand the seasonality of an agricultural cooperative and the in-season time commitment.