Homestead Organics is immersed in organic agriculture, which we know is management and knowledge intensive. Our team consists of competent managers, agricultural specialists, a millwright, customer service staff, and production staff.
Wanted - bilingual field crop representative (grain trader).
Homestead Organics seeks an experienced grain trader at its Morrisburg location to manage the Company’s grain marketing and trading programs by establishing markets, designing marketing programs, establishing storage and logistical supports, setting pricing models and price levels, and managing the Company’s grain inventory and forecasts. Then the representation will perform much of the buying, selling, and trading of organic grains. Click here for the full job description. Contact Jeremy to inquire and apply.
Typical educational requirements
To excel in this sector and to better support our customers, we place significant importance on education and training.
- Tom Manley, the owner, has a bachelor's degree in computing science, which makes him a proficient computer user and the manager of our in-house data systems.
- Isabelle Masson, our Customer Service Manager has a bachelor's degree in sociology and master's degree in demography from l'Université de Montréal.
- Richard Courville, our nutritionist, has a bachelor's degree from the University of Guelph in animal nutrition.
- Valérie Yoder, agronomist, has a master's degree in plant science.
- Jean-Guy Vaillancourt, customer service representative, has a diploma in agriculture technology at Alfred Campus of the University of Guelph.
- Jeremy Bojarski, our Office Manager, has a bachelor's degree in business adminsitration from Laurentian University.
As the business grows in the future, we predict that we will need help in equipment operations, warehousing, sales and service in the livestock sector, sales and service in the soil & crop sector, marketing-communications, bookkeeping, and customer service. If you have abilities in these areas, we welcome a copy of your resume to keep it on file in case an opportunity comes along.
Work in Organic Agriculture and Processing.
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