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    Published
    October 5, 2018
    Location
    High Plains Great Plains, United States
    Category
    Grain  

    Description

    Established and highly respected High Plains cooperative is seeking a Senior Merchandiser to oversee their rail trading program.

    This position will be responsible for trading corn, soybeans, wheat, milo, and millet for the company’s multiple shuttle loaders on both the UP and BN railroads.

    You will have direct guidance to provide market information to the origination team.

    The selected candidate must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience trading western rail. You also will need to have a Bachelor’s degree in Business/Economics or a related field.

    This role needs someone who has experience and understands working within a facility-based organization and is able to manage a large position and recognize arbitrage opportunities.

    The ability and track record of maintaining and building strong relationships with customers and producers is a must.

    This position will be based in the corporate headquarters in the High Plains area. The client is seeking candidates who have a good knowledge and desire to be in this area.

    Salary range from $90-125,000 with excellent benefits and retirement program.

    Qualified candidates should contact Vic Heinold.

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