Perdue AgriBusiness, LLC has an immediate opening for a Grain Storage Manager in North East, MD.
The Grain Storage Manager is responsible for leading and managing the facility associates to maximize the efficiency and productivity of the facility; leading and managing the facility safety and environmental processes; leading and managing the customer service
function for the facility; managing the production, logistics and inventory control processes for the facility; preparing forecast requirements, analyze cost expenditures and prepare annual budget requirements and recommending capital projects that will enhance
productivity, customer service and quality.
Lead and direct the activities of facility personnel that receive, dry, store and distribute grain. This includes hiring, training and developing the staff to meet the needs of the facility.
Develop, lead and administer an effective and proactive process to provide a safe working environment for all associates in accordance with Federal, State and Local regulations along with Perdue AgriBusiness requirements.
Develop, lead and administer an effective and proactive program to prevent environmental incidents and ensure compliance with all applicable Federal, State and Local regulations along with Perdue AgriBusiness requirements.
Ensure service and equity of grades is provided to both internal and external customers.
Administer an effective Inventory Control Program to maintain quality and quantity of inventory handled at the facility and ensure compliance with USDA Warehousing, FDA regulations and Perdue Grain & Oilseed LLC requirements.
Ensure routine and preventative maintenance is performed on all equipment to ensure maximum availability, operating efficiency and longevity.
Identify opportunities, synergies and improvements to increase facility operating effectiveness and reduce operating costs. This includes the development of capital plans and execution of individual projects according to plans.
Coordinate with grain merchandising to ensure positive customer relationships and effective planning to provide for timely and efficient cost movement of grain.
Perform other tasks as directed by supervisor.
3-5 years of grain experience
1-2 years of supervisory experience
BS Degree (Agriculture, Logistics or Business) preferred
5 – 7 years of grain operations experience can be substituted for BS Degree
Knowledge of grain receiving and storage technologies
Knowledge of Federal and State environmental regulations
Knowledge of Federal and State OSHA regulations
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong math, organizational and analytical skills
Understanding of standard software applications
Perdue family of companies is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
Perdue Farms, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.