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Location: - (Minnesota, Mid-West United States, USA)
Company: Management Recruiters of Sioux Falls, LLP
Open Til: 28-Feb-12
Industry Sector: Agribusiness
Industry Type: Agronomy
Career Type: Management
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum Years Experience Required: 3
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Agronomy Location Manager position is now available with a progressive ag retailer. This is a successful location with an outstanding track record and excellent service. Also, this is a highly regarded organization which offers a “work hard play hard” environment which provides growth opportunities to employees who would like a chance to move up and further their career.
Responsibilities for this position include operations and personnel management, sales, and financial analysis. The successful candidate should be able to identify weaknesses within the company and demonstrate problem solving skills to correct these situations. They should also be able to create customer value and develop team development. Key components include: people skills, analysis, and motivation which are critical for this position.
Successful candidates should have 3 years of experience with agronomy sales or management and results orientated record of performance. Candidates should also have a relative knowledge of crop diagnostics, crop protection, seed and fertility.
Other Opportunities: My name is Brian Koehlmoos, and I have other opportunities available. If you are interested in this or a similar position in a different location, feel free to call me at 605.978.5417 or email BLK@agoodjob.com. I specialize in placing people in the retail and wholesale agronomy industry in such positions as custom applicators, agronomy sales, agronomists, location managers, general managers, district sales managers DSM, etc.
Serious applicants can send a confidential resume, WORD format only, along with professional references. Qualified applicants will be contacted and receive further Information.
Important: Initially, you do not need to send your resume or disclose your name and company you work for. Confidentiality is critical in relation to this opportunity as it is more important to find the perfect match than to initially know your name.