Farm Assistant Job in Nebraska for 2017
Position Title: Ranch/Farm Assistant
Position Type: Full Time
Organization Name: Bamesberger Farms
Organization Website: bamesbergerfarms.com
Location (City, State): Indianola, Nebraska
Farm Assistant Job Description/Duties:
Duties will include working with cattle; calving, processing, fence fixing, pasture rotation, feeding (at feedlot), and shipping. Using a self propelled swather, raking, and baling alfalfa and corn stalks compliment our feeding entity. There will be operation of modern John Deere equipment with GreenStar guidance during planting, harvest, and spraying. Driving a semi truck to local terminals and performing center pivot operations, with maintenance involved on all equipment are additional duties. Occasional help will be needed at our hog confinement building; a foreman position would be available if interested in that area. During the winter we fabricate and perform winter maintenance on equipment in our heated shop. Our operation is a multiple employee business so you will be working with others often.
Qualifications or Skills Required for the Farm Assistant Job:
Must have a passion for this occupation and a desire to learn. A valid drivers license is mandatory with a clean driving record; a CDL is not required. Experience working with livestock, handling a truck, and knowledge of general maintenance is a must. Smoking is not allowed at the workplace. Willingness to learn will be satisfactory in all other areas.
Salary & Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary depending on experience. We provide housing, health insurance, simple IRA, noon meal, and a work vehicle.
Contact Information/Instructions How to Apply:
Send resume and references to Phil Bamesberger, 71026 Road 399, Indianola, NE, 69034 or email to email@example.com. You can reach me by phone at 308-895-2281 or 308-737-1500 (cell).
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