Grain Location Supervisor Frontier Ag Inc Brewster
Grain Location Supervisor
Frontier Ag Inc
Short Description :
Personal Protective Equipment Greet and serve ALL customers promptly and courteously throughout the facility Ability to understand and comply with OSHA, MDA, DOT, EPA, PCA and other regulations Work efficiently while ,…
Full Description :
This position performs daily tasks related to the Grain department.
Responsible for grain operations including receiving grain, maintaining grain quality, staging grain, blending and loading out grain to optimum grade specifications.
Facilitate repairs and maintenance on company equipment and accurately complete all necessary records. Recommend repairs and improvements to the Location Manager.
Keep facility and grounds groomed and maintained to exceed OSHA and company regulations.
All grain storage needs to be inspected for quality/condition with proper documentation on a weekly basis.
Bin inbound grain according to grades and document.
Efficiently dump, stage and load out grain.
Plan and communicate storage levels with Location Manager.
Upload all information pertaining to the elevator into the RCI program.
Take initiative to do what needs to be done without direct supervision or direction.
Create and uphold a safe work environment. Follow strict company safety protocol procedures including, but not limited to: Confined Space Entry, Lock-out-Tag-out, and use of Personal Protective Equipment.
Assist as needed in conducting safety training.
Effectively communicate with co-workers, supervisors, and customers.
Greet and serve ALL customers promptly and courteously throughout the facility
Job Description and Qualifications
Ability to shift focus between any and all departments as work load and labor needs dictate
Ability to communicate daily with co-workers, supervisors, and managers to perform needed tasks of the company to further enhance the cooperative's mission and image
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks during peak workload times
Ability to lift a minimum of 55 pounds
Meet the physical and mental demands of working extended hours, repetitive heavy lifting, and climbing ladders to perform tasks at elevated or below-grade locations
Ability to understand and comply with OSHA, MDA, DOT, EPA, PCA and other regulations
Work efficiently while always keeping yourself and others safe