AGRI-SEARCH
    Published
    March 8, 2021
    Location
    Southeast U.S., United States of America
    Category

    Description

    International agriculture trading company is seeking a Junior Trader for their Southeastern US based business. This is a great opportunity for someone with 1 -2 years of trading grains and feed ingredient exposure. You will be mentored by a high preforming international trader, with the opportunity to establish your own desk and book of business. The primary markets for trading will be Asia and South America. There could be a position open for both regions of the country.

    Candidates must have an entrepreneurial spirit and be eager to learn and grow. The position requires a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Business or related field. Candidates who are bilingual will have a huge advantage. You must have an agriculture trading background to be considered for this position.

    This position will be officed in a suburb of one of the Southeast's most attractive cities. In the beginning, with the international travel restrictions in place, their will be no international travel. Once things open up, you will be traveling to meet with customers and grow the business. This is a position that once established, you will basically be running your own book with a no-cap incentive program.

    The base salary will be $65 - $80,000 plus incentive program.

    Qualified candidates should contact Vic Heinold.

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