• Safety Specialist
  • Regulatory Compliance Manager
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Safety Manager




  • Dental & Medical Plans
  • Pensions
  • Life Insurance
  • Bonuses
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Plans
  • Wellness Plans
  • Career Growth

The EHS is responsible for developing, updating, and maintaining safety, food safety, and environmental compliance programs.  Maintains reports and verifies compliance.  Supervises employees, contractors and visitors by spending a significant amount of time in the plant ensuring all programs and procedures are adequate and being followed.  Sustains and improves current behavior based safety programs and policies.  Leads and participates in all incident investigations. Conducts internal facility audits and facility self-assessments and develops and tracks corrective actions for audit findings.

  • Personally demonstrate a commitment to food and human safety
  • Develop, analyze and submit reports
  • Calibrate and repair safety equipment
  • Supervise the implementation of policies and procedures
  • Develop and present training for new hires, contractors, and location colleagues as required
  • Direct colleague interaction
  • Purchase and maintain inventory of safety, food safety, and environmental supplies
  • Develop and maintain proper document retention
  • Maintain required paperwork such as OSHA 300 logs in compliance with federal law
  • Lead and participate in on-site safety committee
  • You can think analytically and conceptually
  • You have impact and influence
  • You are information seeking and business savvy
  • You are a good strategic business planner
  • You want to be part of a community within an industry that has been established for hundreds of years
  • You are willing to work outside normal business hours including weekends
  • University degree in agriculture or business (i.e. economics, finance, accounting), supplemented with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in the marketing of commodities and related food, feed and/or fuel products in North America. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.
  • A master’s degree is considered an asset
  • Demonstrated capacity to excel within high risk, fast-paced work environment
  • Proven ability to assess risk and exercise sound judgment in making decisions
  • Demonstrated negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the domestic and international trade
  • Proven ability to manage effectively within a team based work environment
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with end-users, suppliers, and internal customers
  • Computer competent, with demonstrated ability in the use of spreadsheet, database, and word processing software
  • Knowledge of applications within a windows-based operating environment
  • Committed to corporate ethics policies and safety programs

Possible Degrees/Training:

  • EHS
  • Safety
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Health & Welleness