Grain Superintendent - South Dakota - North Central

Company Name:
Land O' Lakes
## Description
This is a large shuttle facility with an strong and growing cooperative who prides itself on employee development and promoting from within.
The grain superintendent will be responsible for all aspects of grain elevator facility; and, building and growing the customer base through proactive customer service and business development in grain storage and merchandising.
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in unloading, loading, storing, cleaning, and blending of grain for milling and shipment: inspects sample of grain from incoming shipment to verify variety of grain with invoice and route to designated storage bin according to variety and protein content of grain.
Observes unloading and transportation of grain by bucket elevators and conveyors to storage tanks.
Inspects grain to determine cleaning requirements and directs processing of grain to prepare grain for milling.
Grain Handling: receiving, conditioning, storing, shipping, logistics and inventory
Personnel management
Safety, compliance and quality control
Setting and monitoring operational and facility maintenance goals
## Qualifications
Preferred candidates will have grain equipment maintenance, blending, binning, loading and operation of payloaders/skidsteers.
Pay range is $16-$19/hour with time and a half for overtime, full benefits, 401K and co-op retirement plus paid time off and holidays.
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_ Candidates must be eligible to work in the US as well as meet the qualifications listed above in order to be considered for the position._ __
## Primary Location
Jeri Derrig
## Other Locations
## Work Locations
Primary Location: US-South Dakota
Job Function: Grain
Organization: Co-Op Talent Management
Job Type: Experienced
Job Posting: May 9, 2014
Req ID: 140779

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