This position is located in Sioux City, Iowa. No relocation will be provided.
Through Cargill’s animal nutrition and feed, 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.
This position is responsible for maintaining optimum asset health for all plant equipment, systems, and structures by performing inspections, repairs and modifications to equipment and structures of feed facility. Responsibilities include:
Perform maintenance work in area of expertise.
Perform routine plant maintenance.
Perform preventative maintenance.
Maintain maintenance records and assist in plant production as needed.
Safety - responsible for safety of themselves and teammates.
Must be able to read/comprehend English.
High School degree or equivalent.
Excellent Math Skills.
Proficient in following areas as defined by the Maintenance Exam: Mechanical Aptitude, Mechanical Repair; Welding, Electrical.
Ability to obtain boiler certification within one year.
Right to work in the U.S. that is not based solely on possession of a student visa or a visa sponsored by a third-party employer.
Ability to lift 50 lbs
Cargill requires that employees be a minimum of 18 years old to work in a plant job.
Two years of practical experience in each of the 3 areas of specialization.
Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) experience.
Cargill is an EEO/AA employer.
Cargill Production and Maintenance - 7 months ago