Key Cooperative Job Description – GENERAL OPERATIONS GRAIN/AGRONOMY
GENERAL OPERATIONS GRAIN/AGRONOMY
SUMMARY: The Grain & Agronomy Operations Attendant is responsible for grain handling and plant maintenance at
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Grain Quality & Handling
o Take responsibility for good grain condition, and monthly facility inspections, as
by OSHA inspection standard.
o Maintaining grain inventory moistures and temperatures of silos and tanks.
o Performs the dumping and receiving of producers’ grain.
• Work Schedules
o Completes all assigned tasks according to work order estimates and their daily
o Delivers to customers products and services that are sold by the branch on
o Displays reliable attendance and schedules time-off with advance notice.
o Keeps the Location Manager informed of operational, customer, vendors, or
employee issues that may arise.
o Promotes the business with existing and potential customers.
o Projects a positive attitude to customers and employees at all times; exhibits good
customer relations skills.
o Performs required preventative maintenance and have all preventive maintenance
reports turned in on time.
o Assist in chemical shed with automated load out system.
o Assist with NH3 plant and dry fertilizer plant.
Safety & Organization
o Cleans up grain spills; assists in keeping all inside and outside work areas
extremely neat and orderly.
o Continuously follows the company employee policies, safety guidelines and safety
programs established by Key Cooperative.
o Completion of safety reports and required records. Key Cooperative Job Description – GENERAL OPERATIONS GRAIN/AGRONOMY
o Assists with grain movement between bins as needed; assists in emptying bins as
needed using proper bin entry procedures.
o Completes other duties as assigned.
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one to three
years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Pest Control Applicators License of grade 7-E would be beneficial.
Class A CDL with Endorsements preferred. A minimum of a registered technician, or a 1-A applicator’s license preferred.