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THE JOB

As an Information Systems Installation Technician you will play a critical role in helping Dairy One customers (primarily Dairy Farms) achieve their production and profit goals by providing high quality, professionally installed surveillance and computer systems. These systems are used to collect and manage farm data for decision making purposes. Your primary responsibilities are to install and support these systems. You will serve as a primary contact for many customers and will be expected to build and maintain relationships. Typical duties include: running conduit and performing basic electrical work; placing and installing camera equipment, configuring computer equipment, providing instruction/training to customers, and providing follow up support/troubleshooting as needed.

This is a field based position with minimal office time. There will be significant travel throughout the Northeast and occasional travel in other parts of the United States. There may be times where you may be away from home for 1-2 weeks. The work can be physically demanding and requires the ability to lift and carry equipment and climb ladders.

WHAT WE WILL EXPECT FROM YOU

Being an effective and successful Information Systems Installation Technician requires a strong technical background, attention to detail and the ability to work well alone or as part of a team. You will be expected to demonstrate initiative in seeking out opportunities to bring added value to customers, build and maintain trust with Dairy One customers, and to uphold Dairy One Values of Integrity, Professionalism, Commitment, Innovation, and Positivity through your behavior and attitude.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US

You will be provided with 2-4 weeks of paid training and all equipment needed to perform your work. This includes use of company vehicle for jobs, paid travel expenses, computer, phone, uniform and tools. Your performance will be managed through regular feedback with your manager.

HOW WILL SUCCESS BE MEASURED

Your success will be measured by the quality of your finished product, the timeliness in which you complete your work, and the quality of the relationships with customers. These will be measured through observation and customer feedback.

WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

Being an effective and successful Information Systems Installation Technician requires the desire and ability to travel, strong technical capabilities and a strong customer service orientation. In order to apply you MUST have an Associate Degree in Computer Information Services or Computer Customer Support and at least 1-2 years installing and/or supporting computers, networks, satellite systems or similar technology.

Candidates who are excited about this opportunity are invited to apply HERE

THE JOB

The Dairy One Soils Lab (Agro-One) offers a variety of soil, manure and plant tissue extraction and analysis methods including Mehlich 3, Morgan and Modified Morgan procedures. Lab results produced are used by customers to make important economic and environmental decisions related primarily to crop management.

Soils Lab Technicians create value for Dairy One customers by ensuring delivery of timely and accurate lab results. All of our lab operations are production environments where adherence to protocols, attention to detail/accuracy and turn-around time are critical. The primary responsibilities of a lab technician are to process samples according to established procedures, operate and maintain equipment according to standard operating procedures (SOPs), and adhere to safety standards. In order to be successful, lab technicians need to be detail oriented, organized and dependable.

WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU

Soils Lab Technicians are expected to follow established protocols. Once trained, you will be expected to carry out assigned duties with minimal direction. You will be expected to work cooperatively and collaboratively with other lab and organizational staff.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

You will be provided with thorough on-the-job training in laboratory and safety protocols and standards. This is production lab work that has seasonal volume demands – you can expect a schedule with increases in time during the spring and fall, followed by decreases in time. You can also expect regular communication regarding your performance, as well as your career growth with Dairy One.

HOW WILL SUCCESS BE MEASURED

Your success as a Soils Lab Technician will be measured by the volume and quality of work that you produce; your ability to build relationships with your teammates; and the extent to which your behavior reflects Dairy One values

WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

In order to be considered for this position, you must have an Associate Degree in Chemistry, Soil Science or related field and at least 1 year of lab experience.

Qualified candidates are invited to APPLY HERE

THE JOB

As a Dairy Records Service Specialist, you will help your farms make decisions and achieve their goals (production & profit) by providing them with timely, accurate and meaningful data. You will be expected to build relationships with your existing and new farms so that you can provide guidance on maximizing the data we collect and the services we provide.

The work is physically demanding and includes significant travel, a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and working in extreme weather conditions. Specific tasks performed include: set up/breakdown and cleaning of equipment, collecting cow data and milk samples; entering data in specialized programs and printing reports; monitoring data accuracy; and communicating with customers, co-workers and others in the organization.

WHAT WE WILL EXPECT FROM YOU

You will be expected to set your own schedule, requiring the ability to: self-motivate and stay organized, work a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and to have dependable transportation. You will also be expected to build relationships with farmers – your existing/assigned circuit and new farms; and to uphold Dairy One Values of Integrity, Professionalism, Commitment, Innovation, and Positivity.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US

You will be provided with at least 2 weeks of paid training and an assigned mentor that will actively support you for at least 6 months. You will receive regular communication from your Market Manager to ensure you have the tools and information needed.

HOW WILL SUCCESS BE MEASURED

Compensation is based on performance – your success will be directly reflected in your pay and the feedback we get from your farms.

WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

Being an effective and successful Dairy Records Service Specialist requires a passion for (and experience in) farming and the physical capability to do the work required. In order to apply you MUST have a High School diploma and at least one year of dairy farm experience.

Qualified candidates, please submit your application here

THE JOB

As a Dairy Records Service Specialist, you will help your farms make decisions and achieve their goals (production & profit) by providing them with timely, accurate and meaningful data. You will be expected to build relationships with your existing and new farms so that you can provide guidance on maximizing the data we collect and the services we provide.

The work is physically demanding and includes significant travel, a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and working in extreme weather conditions. Specific tasks performed include: set up/breakdown and cleaning of equipment, collecting cow data and milk samples; entering data in specialized programs and printing reports; monitoring data accuracy; and communicating with customers, co-workers and others in the organization.

WHAT WE WILL EXPECT FROM YOU

You will be expected to set your own schedule, requiring the ability to: self-motivate and stay organized, work a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and to have dependable transportation. You will also be expected to build relationships with farmers – your existing/assigned circuit and new farms; and to uphold Dairy One Values of Integrity, Professionalism, Commitment, Innovation, and Positivity.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US

You will be provided with at least 2 weeks of paid training and an assigned mentor that will actively support you for at least 6 months. You will receive regular communication from your Market Manager to ensure you have the tools and information needed.

HOW WILL SUCCESS BE MEASURED

Compensation is based on performance – your success will be directly reflected in your pay and the feedback we get from your farms.

WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

Being an effective and successful Dairy Records Service Specialist requires a passion for (and experience in) farming and the physical capability to do the work required. In order to apply you MUST have a High School diploma and at least one year of dairy farm experience.

Qualified candidates, please submit your application here

This position will service farms in Washing, Saratoga, Rensselaer Counties, NY and Addison County, VT

THE JOB

As a Dairy Records Service Specialist, you will help your farms make decisions and achieve their goals (production & profit) by providing them with timely, accurate and meaningful data. You will be expected to build relationships with your existing and new farms so that you can provide guidance on maximizing the data we collect and the services we provide.

The work is physically demanding and includes significant travel, a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and working in extreme weather conditions. Specific tasks performed include: set up/breakdown and cleaning of equipment, collecting cow data and milk samples; entering data in specialized programs and printing reports; monitoring data accuracy; and communicating with customers, co-workers and others in the organization.

WHAT WE WILL EXPECT FROM YOU

You will be expected to set your own schedule, requiring the ability to: self-motivate and stay organized, work a varying schedule including early mornings, nights and weekends, and to have dependable transportation. You will also be expected to build relationships with farmers – your existing/assigned circuit and new farms; and to uphold Dairy One Values of Integrity, Professionalism, Commitment, Innovation, and Positivity.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US

You will be provided with at least 2 weeks of paid training and an assigned mentor that will actively support you for at least 6 months. You will receive regular communication from your Market Manager to ensure you have the tools and information needed.

HOW WILL SUCCESS BE MEASURED

Compensation is based on performance – your success will be directly reflected in your pay and the feedback we get from your farms.

WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

Being an effective and successful Dairy Records Service Specialist requires a passion for (and experience in) farming and the physical capability to do the work required. In order to apply you MUST have a High School diploma and at least one year of dairy farm experience.

Qualified candidates, please submit your application here