Joe Woodard works with his staff members at the Arkansas City plant


If you want good pay, opportunities to learn on the job, a stable career, and the chance to grow in an industry that will always need qualified professionals, then the grain milling industry is right for you.

A career in milling is one of the best kept secrets of all industries – providing challenging work and competitive salaries. While most milling supervisors have college degrees, many millers have advanced within a milling company with on-the-job training and years of experience.

There are a variety of positions available within a milling company, including production, operations, management, quality control, maintenance, marketing, purchasing, sales, and research & development.