GROWMARK, Inc. Agriculture Technician - Three Rivers FS - Manchester, IA in Manchester, Iowa
COMPANY: Three Rivers FS Company HIRING MANAGER: Paul Roberg LOCATION: Manchester, IA * PURPOSE AND SUMMARY STATEMENT* The purpose for this position is to assist in daily operational duties at the facility. Operates commercial sprayer or floater for the purpose of applying crop inputs to producer field. In addition, operates and maintains single or tandem axle trucks and other equipment. Performs all job functions in a timely and accurate manner to increase customer satisfaction and maintain the reputation and profitability of the organization. * ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS* Responsible for maintaining operations at retail supply location. Follows maintenance schedule of facility and equipment. Assists both full-time and part-time operations personnel. Maintains the facility and equipment image. Assists in obtaining goals by improving efficiency and reducing costs. Works with location manager on all safety and compliance issues. Applies crop production inputs to fields and growing crops according to recommended rates, procedures, and following all pesticide labels. Records application data according to regulations and standards. Sets up material handling, blending, storage, transport and application equipment for blending and delivery of products. Blends products according to recommended rates and procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of and the ability to safely operate sprayers, floaters, single or tandem axle trucks and other equipment to meet company and DOT standards Responsible for the inventory control and turns in application records on a daily basis. Assures all products are accounted for with either an invoice or delivery ticket. Responsible for maintaining, repairing, rebuilding, and/or servicing location equipment, vehicles, and structures as needed Follows Three Rivers Company Policies OSHA and DOT policies and procedures, as they apply. Supervisory Responsibilities Positions at this level have no formally assigned supervisory responsibility. Employees are responsible only for the performance of their own assigned work. They may be asked to train new employees in the fundamentals of the job or to participate in cross-training of other employees in the department, but such assignments do not include the on-going authority to assign and review work of other employees or to recommend or take corrective action with regard to other employees’ performance.