Stanley, WI Career Opportunities

Listed below are the current openings in Stanley.

Truck Spreader/Driver

Job Summary

The Truck Spreader falls under Agronomy & Grain Operations and will assist in and perform a wide range of activities under the direction of the Site Manager to ensure the spring fertilizer and fall harvest seasons run smoothly.  Traditionally this includes truck spreader driving in the spring and grain handling operations/driving in the fall.  The Truck Spreader will also assist with operational activities.  This position will be responsible for assisting in business seasonal needs and requires a high degree of flexibility, adaptability, and technical skills.  A good working relationship with other employees and knowledge of a wide variety of tasks is needed to excel at this position.  

Key Responsibilities

  • Drive truck spreader
  • Product delivery according to dispatched schedule and seasonal needs
  • Deliver to correct locations, fields, and verify correct product
  • Assist with loading and unloading fertilizer and grain
  • Complete appropriate paperwork in an accurate and timely manner
  • Assist in operational day to day tasks of fertilizing and grain handling
  • Fertilizer and grain housekeeping and equipment cleanouts
  • Run the scales and grain dryer, sample loads, load/unload trucks, and other such operations
  • Complete preventative equipment maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, checking batteries, changing filters, changing fluids and lubrication
  • Assist with soil sampling
  • Haul product between warehouses and facilities

Additional Duties

  • Operate a forklift
  • Weekend work
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications

  • High school degree or equivalent
  • Have and maintain a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record
  • Ability to lift 60 pounds, climb ladders and operate a pallet jack with 2,000 pounds of material
  • Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures, and regulations
  • Display a high degree of adaptability and flexibility
Applicator/Driver

Job Summary

The Chemical Applicator has a range of responsibilities within the organization, is an integral part of the business, and portrays the professional image of Northside Elevator.  The Chemical Applicator must have a solid understanding of the agricultural industry and chemical application.  They will be responsible for accurately mixing and applying chemicals to customer fields.  Accuracy, safety and building professional relationships with Northside Elevator customers is very important to the success of this role.  This position works to provide quality service both to customers and the agronomy team.  The Chemical Applicator is responsible for compliance with all company, local, state, and federal policies, laws, and regulations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Communicate daily activities with Agronomy & Grain Operations Manager
  • Correctly mix chemicals for application
  • Load chemical sprayers/vehicles safely & accurately  
  • Maintain accurate logs books on applicated acres
  • Perform maintenance and calibration of equipment
  • Wear proper personal protective equipment and ensure overall safety compliance
  • Participate in continued education & training
  • Operate all equipment & vehicles according to company, local, state & federal policies
  • Provide courteous customer service
  • Complete all paperwork completely, accurately, and drop off in correct location
  • Maintain equipment cleanliness
  • Perform off-season work as directed by Agronomy & Grain Operations Manager.

Additional Duties

  • Assist with work in other areas
  • Seasonal weekend work required
  • Preform all other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications

  • High school degree or equivalent
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Demonstrate good communication skills
  • Chemical application experience preferred
  • Demonstrate initiative, accountability, flexibility, good organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment
  • Maintain customer confidence and protect operations by displaying a high level of confidentiality

Hours are seasonally defined with more hours required during planting and harvesting times. Also, some weekend work is necessary during these times.  Off-season schedule flexibility.

Hourly Driver CDL “A”

Job Summary

The Hourly Driver must exercise safe driving practices to ensure their safety and the safety of the public. The Hourly Driver is responsible for loading and unloading the truck according to the established standard operating procedures to prevent cross contamination of products. The Hourly Driver must follow the directions from the Site Manager and always maintain accurate paperwork and logs. The Hourly Driver is responsible for compliance with Department of Transportation safety rules and regulations, all company policies, local, state, and federal policies, laws and regulations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Haul product between warehouses, rail, facilities, and mill
  • Deliver direct loads to customers as well as seed delivery according to dispatched schedule and seasonal needs
  • Plan driving route according to assigned loads and verify load paperwork
  • Inspect equipment before loading, performing pre trip and post trip inspections daily
  • Report all vehicle defects, maintenance issues, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to vehicle
  • Complete required paperwork in an organized, accurate, and timely manner
  • Utilize scale computer software for scaling in and out
  • Practice safe load and unload procedures
  • Follow standard operating procedures for load sampling, testing, and commodity storage
  • Maintain vehicle cleanliness; washing at least twice a month
  • Comply with all company policies
  • Adhere to all DOT laws and regulations, including weight limits
  • Obey all state and local traffic laws, including posted speed limits
  • Adhere to vendor and customer business conduct rules

Additional Duties

  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications

  • Class A CDL
  • Valid DOT Medical Card
  • Valid experience with hopper trailer/tractor
  • Flexible and able to adapt to change
  • Strong sense of teamwork and clear communication skills with ability to prioritize and organize
  • Ability to lift 60 pounds, climb ladders, and operate a pallet jack with 2,000 pounds of material
  • Must meet all DOT requirements and comply with DOT rules and regulations
  • High School degree or equivalent
Tender Driver CDL “B” – PART TIME

Job Summary

The Tender Truck Driver falls under Agronomy & Grain Operations and will assist in and perform a wide range of activities under the direction of the Site Manager to ensure the spring fertilizer and fall harvest seasons run smoothly.  Traditionally this includes tender truck driving in the spring and grain handling operations/driving in the fall.  The Tender Truck Driver will also assist with operational activities.  This position will be responsible for assisting in business seasonal needs and requires a high degree of flexibility, adaptability, and technical skills.  A good working relationship with other employees and knowledge of a wide variety of tasks is needed to excel at this position.  

Key Responsibilities

  • Drive tender truck
  • Product delivery according to dispatched schedule and seasonal needs
  • Haul bulk feed, grain, or fertilizer to and from vendors, customers, rail site, mill, and storage areas
  • Assist with loading and unloading fertilizer and grain
  • Deliver to correct locations, fields, and verify correct product
  • Complete appropriate paperwork in an accurate and timely manner
  • Assist in operational day to day tasks of fertilizing and grain handling
  • Fertilizer and grain housekeeping and equipment cleanouts
  • Run the scales and grain dryer, sample loads, load/unload trucks, and other such operations
  • Complete preventative equipment maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, checking batteries, changing filters, changing fluids and lubrication

Additional Duties

  • Operate a forklift
  • Weekend work
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications

  • High school degree or equivalent
  • Class Class B CDL
  • Valid Fed Med card
  • Meet all DOT requirements and comply with DOT rules and regulations
  • Ability to lift 60 pounds, climb ladders and operate a pallet jack with 2,000 pounds of material
  • Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures, and regulations
  • Display a high degree of adaptability and flexibility
Pull Spreader Driver – PART TIME

Job Summary

The Pull Spreader Driver falls under Agronomy & Grain Operations and will assist in and perform a wide range of activities under the direction of the Site Manager to ensure the spring fertilizer and fall harvest seasons run smoothly.  Traditionally this includes pull spreader driving in the spring and grain handling operations/driving in the fall.  The Pull Spreader Driver will also assist with operational activities.  This position will be responsible for assisting in business seasonal needs and requires a high degree of flexibility, adaptability, and technical skills.  A good working relationship with other employees and knowledge of a wide variety of tasks is needed to excel at this position.  

Key Responsibilities

  • Pull fertilizer spreaders
  • Product delivery according to dispatched schedule and seasonal needs
  • Assist with loading and unloading fertilizer and grain
  • Deliver to correct locations, fields, and verify correct product
  • Complete appropriate paperwork in an accurate and timely manner
  • Assist in operational day to day tasks of fertilizing and grain handling
  • Fertilizer and grain housekeeping and equipment cleanouts
  • Run the scales and grain dryer, sample loads, load/unload trucks, and other such operations
  • Complete preventative equipment maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, checking batteries, changing filters, changing fluids and lubrication
  • Haul product between warehouses and facilities

Additional Duties

  • Operate a forklift
  • Weekend work
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications

  • High school degree or equivalent
  • Have and maintain a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record
  • Ability to lift 60 pounds, climb ladders and operate a pallet jack with 2,000 pounds of material
  • Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures, and regulations
  • Display a high degree of adaptability and flexibility

If you would like to apply for a career at Northside please fill out an application or email your resume to careers@northsideelevator.com.