Health Service Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 11, 2018
Scheduled physicals daily. Working with resolving work related injuries. Must follow standing orders provided per plant physician. Self autonomy with everyday issues. Making the right decisions in providing therapeutic treatment.
The Animal Nutrition culture was poor compared to Cargill Reserve
Production Planner /Supervisor (Former Employee) – Reserve, LA, Wilson, NC – May 18, 2018
From hindsight it was a mistake to seek transfer from Cargill Reserve in Louisiana to Cargill Animal Nutrition in Wilson, NC where there was nothing to motivate employees to own the process involved in production.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – May 17, 2018
I loved working there, it was a really nice and easy job. The co workers were friendly and worked together. The line coaches were helpful and made sure you knew everything you needed to know to get the job done.
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Dodge City, KS – May 14, 2018
always short on people i learn that after almost 15 years they will fire you quick no more second chances.management is not what it used to be.the hardest is i got move around a lot. best part went i get to go home to my family.
Lead Jurneyman Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Dodge City, KS – May 3, 2018
so many wonderfully outgoing Co workers all there to succeed. I have been trained very well by some absolutely talented people at the plant, I love this job and strongly recommend working there. full of benefits and amazing pay
Capital Advisor (Former Employee) – Minnesota – April 29, 2018
As a member of the Corporate Financial Reporting group at Cargill, it was my responsibility to work with the corporate management team to analyze and manage the investment of Cargill’s capital assets. • With project team, coordinated the development of the $4.5B Capital Budget. Budget was approved by Executives and Board of Directors.