Highly successful Midwest-based agricultural hedging and consulting firm is seeking an Account Executive to work in a vital role in their client service Latin America team. Their clients produce, consume, process, and export commodities throughout the world.
The client is seeking a self-motivated, team-oriented, entrepreneurial, problem solver to join one of their fastest-growing client service teams. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, or a related field. Familiarity with future and options contracts and understanding how each function is essential. The client is looking for highly qualified candidates with a minimum of 6 years of grain risk management experience who can join the team and hit the ground running.
The position will be based from the company's corporate office in Chicago, Illinois. The candidate must be fluent in Spanish and English and have the legal authority to work in the United States. The company is not in a position to sponsor candidates. Relevant experience within the grain and livestock field and a series 3 license would be a huge plus. This position requires obtaining a Series 3 license subsequent to hiring.
Using their existing framework and proprietary resources, you will work with clients directly to develop a risk management strategy using futures, options, forwards, and swaps, while implementing and monitoring the client’s strategy in the market and monitoring for adjustment and enhancement recommendations as the market conditions change. These recommendations will be pitched directly to the client for implementation.
This position will report to the Team Lead of the Latin American Group.
If you have a solid understanding of developing and implementing new and innovative forward contract strategies and are looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic team and really put your mark on a business unit, this could be the perfect job for you.
Salary ranges $110-150,000+ BOE plus highly structured commissions, and excellent benefits.
Qualified candidates should contact Vic Heinold.