Want to build a stronger and more sustainable future and cultivate your career? Join Cargill’s global team of 160,000 employees who are committed to nourishing the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. This position is for Cargill’s agricultural supply chain business. We seamlessly connect agricultural customers with food, feed and industry
Work purpose and impact
Grain Origination Specialist II represents the key link between customers, business accounts, and the company’s customer-oriented strategy. In this position, you will transform regional and local spot commodity market knowledge into timely and competitive services for our customers, and efficient execution.
Grain Origination Specialist Accountabilities :
- Develop and maintain relationships with core customers, and select commercial customer groups.
- Focus on competitively positioning commodity supplies in the local spot market to efficiently source them through our processing facilities, while focusing on maximizing the profitability of customers and the company.
- In-depth understanding of the basic market access requirements required by customers in market segments, and strive to quickly adapt to the changes in these needs as the local cash market changes.
- Cooperate with internal sales, marketing, customer service, and operations teams to effectively meet customer needs in a manner that is closely related to regional and local cash market strategies.
- Realize an efficient and effective customer experience by using our systems and digital products.
- Consistently identify customer insights and communicate them back to business units. These insights can be used to create and enhance standardized customer segmentation value propositions, as well as the formulation of overall business strategies.
- Solve moderately complex issues independently with minimal supervision, while reporting more complex issues to appropriate employees.
- Other duties assigned
<<The business will not sponsor applicants for work visas for this position.>>
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field
- Business and financial acumen
- Understand the basic principles of productive agriculture
- Commercial or sales experience
- At least two years of relevant work experience
- Other minimum qualifications may apply
Equal opportunity employers, including disability/veterinarians.