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Nursery Service Manager

A progressive family owned swine business, one of the top three swine producers in the Midwest that has been a leader in food production for over 25 years, is seeking talented people to help deliver high quality, safe & wholesome pork product to consumers.
The position will focus on achieving stated goals and strategies to accomplish the vision and growth of the company.
They have operations in several Midwestern states all providing an outstanding and professional work setting.
These positions are located in various locations in the State of Iowa and Southern Minnesota.
Reasons why this is a great job for the right person:
One of the top three producers in the swine industry Team oriented company that continually develops their people Family owned and oriented Leader in the food industry for over 25 years Performance Based Pay System Competitive salary, benefits and relocation assistanceDirectionThe Nursery Service Manager is responsible for monitoring costs and maintaining open communication with production teams while being held accountable for meeting company goals and expectations.
Additional Responsibilities include:
-Implementation of Standard Operating Procedures on nursery sites-Provide coaching and direction to Pod Managers, IC's, and employees-Holding Pod Managers accountable for supervision of the care, maintenance, and management of all sites-Provide solutions, tools, feedback, information, and develop action plans in necessary areas-Monitor expenses and cost controlTo be considered for this role:
You must have an Assoc OR BS degree within an agriculture-based major or 1-3 years of swine production service management experience is required.
Experience in the Nursery department is preferred Qualified candidates must display a high level of responsibility, attention to detail, organizational skills, strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate with others.
Individuals must be able to manage time and priorities in a fast paced, changing environment

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