Cargill is a unique place to grow your career, your experience and your abilities.
Every day, we grow our reputation as a leading international producer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. We take pride in our global reach, ability to contribute, and strong work ethics and values.
Founded in 1865, Cargill is a privately held company and employs 142,000 people in 65 countries with annual revenues in excess of $133.9 billion. Through innovation, creativity and teamwork, we are transforming entire markets and
people’s lives worldwide, and we can have the same impact on your career. Discover how we can be Better Together at www.cargill.com.
Through Cargill’s animal nutrition and feed business, 400 million people are fed every year. Cargill Feed and Nutrition is a leading nutrition supplier for animals across 24 countries, with an innovative portfolio to nourish animals around the world. Our successful history of over 100 years reflects our commitment, customer focus and local community investment. Our offering is developed for our customers’ needs, should they be profitable distribution, efficient animal production or low-cost feed manufacturing. From accounting to agri-business management, marketing to risk management, sales consulting to plant operations, you are sure to find a job that suits your interests and goals. Our global career opportunities are as far reaching as our business.
As a member of Cargill Feed & Nutrition, you will work as a key contributor to the management team. Working within one of our regions, you will make significant decisions that impact customers and your region’s profitability and will be challenged by immediate responsibility and extensive training. Although our headquarters are located in Hopkins, Minnesota; the Plant Manager opportunities are available throughout the United States. Locations will vary for this position; therefore you must be open to relocation, possibly multiple times throughout the training program.
The Plant Manager trainee program is a very comprehensive program which is separated into 3 different stages. To develop a broad experience, individuals in this role will be required to relocate between 2-3 times throughout the program. During the 1st stage, Plant Manager Trainees begin focusing on production management practices of the business. This will include: basic engineering design, inventory management, scheduling, quality control, customer service and cost management. Once this stage has been successfully completed, you will be asked to relocate to your 2nd location. During the 2nd stage of training, individuals move into a management role such as a Supervisor or Assistant Plant Manager. In these roles focus is placed on the day-to-day management of the business. Some of the responsibilities will include: maintaining a culture focused on safety, scheduling the production and delivery for the plant, managing assigned projects for the facility, and executing the month-end activities which would include the profit and loss report. Upon successful completion of stage 2; you will once again be asked to relocate. At this point you will begin your leadership role as a Plant Manager. Please note prior experience may expedite the overall training program for this role.
As a Plant Manager you will lead the facilities and the people to produce animal nutrition products as efficiently and as safely as possible while meeting all of Cargill Feed & Nutrition, corporate and government guidelines. This will include setting and maintaining a culture focused on safety, setting performance standards, establishing budgets, managing costs, hiring and training, employee relations and implementation of all maintenance and production programs and customer service excellence.
3+ years supervisory experience in a feed milling or similar industry OR 5+ years supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment
Ability to relocate across the United States, potentially multiple times
Ability to work in the United States without visa sponsorship
Demonstrated mathematical skills and mechanical aptitude
High School Diploma or equivalent
Ability to work effectively within a team
Must be able and willing to work from heights (i.e. ladders, catwalks, etc.) and in an indoor/outdoor environment
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Animal Science, Business, or Engineering
Cargill is an EEO/AA employer.
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