Mid Valley Agricultural Services is a great place to work.

We are always looking for talented people to join our team. All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com. MVA offers a dynamic, fast-paced work environment. We provide a competitive compensation package including salary, paid holidays, vacation, health benefits and a 401(k) plan. We are committed to safety in the workplace, and an offer of employment is subject to a negative drug screen and background check. MVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In addition to a tremendous diversity in crop experience we offer field scouting, written recommendations, timely product delivery, soil analysis, tissue analysis and sprayer calibration.


Position: Seasonal Field Scout, Available Locations:
$16.00 - $17.50 hr

Summary:

Assist in providing support and data collection for Pest Control Advisors (PCA). Perform diversified field related activities assigned by PCA’s and Branch Managers. Helps PCA’s provide timely and excellent service and recommendations to growers.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Walking orchards, vineyards or row crops to identify and check for specific pests, weeds, insects and diseases.
  • Collect soil, tissue, leaf and water samples.
  • Routinely set and maintain traps and lures.
  • Create and read maps for blocks of land covered by the PCA.
  • Observe and collect field data and communicate all reports and findings to PCA’s and the Branch Manager.
  • Complete daily and weekly scouting reports.
  • Communicate all findings and reporting’s to the PCAs to help develop seasonal fertilizer plans and pest control programs for a variety of crops.
  • Reporting accurate insect counts on a timely basis.
  • Ensuring a sufficient inventory for traps and lures materials.
  • The ability to construct traps, correctly adhere lures and guarantee proper instillation.
  • Frequently check and replace adhesive portion of traps and ensure lure effectiveness.
  • Schedule and prioritize all activities, daily/weekly routes to ensure optimal quality and efficiency.
  • Research based activities to help identify and learn various diseases and insects.
  • Maintaining company supplied vehicle and routinely inspect the vehicle for any noticeable problems.
  • Uphold and comply with driving safety rules, as well as all safety policies of the company.
  • Help maintain relationships and communication with growers and Mid Valley.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Represent Mid Valley Agricultural Service’s core values by obtaining and communicating sound knowledge of Mid Valley products and services.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge:

  • Education/Licenses
    • High Scholl Diploma or General Education Degree (GED))
    • Valid Driver License
  • Work Experience
    • 1+ years’ experience in agricultural field, desired.
  • Computer Skills
    • Proficient in using MS Office and Google software.

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.



Position: Shop Technician, Available Locations:
$17.00 - $24.76 hr

Summary:

Independently performs advanced troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, assembles and overhauls agricultural equipment and company vehicles. Completes tasks in a safe and timely manner. Assists with other operations as needed.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Conduct regular maintenance on machinery, systems, and automotive vehicles.
  • Examine machines and perform troubleshooting tests to determine functionality problems.
  • Monitor inventory and request new parts when necessary.
  • Perform diagnostic procedures and repair vehicles or equipment in the field.
  • Weld and fabricate, as needed.
  • Use computer diagnostic tooling for repairs.
  • Knowledge of or able to learn mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems used in the repair of equipment, machinery, and vehicles.
  • Assemble mechanical components according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Follow all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignments.
  • Operate a forklift, hand truck, pallet jack, tractor, and other warehouse, shop, or yard equipment. (Training and certification can be obtained through MVAS)
  • Maintain records on all required vehicles and equipment.
  • Maintain condition of vehicles, equipment, inventory and tools.
  • Prioritize and schedule routine maintenance on vehicles and equipment to facilitate a smooth and efficient workflow.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance in compliance with DOT guidelines.
  • Maintain current and accurate labeling on all equipment and tanks.
  • Keep a clean work area and perform work in a neat and orderly manner.
  • Keep accurate clerical records for all time worked, materials used, and inventory.
  • Maintain work logs, repairs, and consistent maintenance records.
  • Remain knowledgeable of chemicals/material at facility and specific PPE requirements.
  • Represent Mid Valley Agricultural Service’s core values by obtaining and communicating sound knowledge of Mid Valley products and services.
  • Exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
  • Certification from a vocational school or trade school is preferred.

Experience and Certifications:

  • Valid Class C Driver License required.
  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver License with tanker, doubles and triples, air brakes, and Haz-Mat endorsements preferred.
  • Experience working with the following: Pumps, Vehicles, Loaders and Agriculture (or similar) equipment.
  • Knowledge of hydraulics, electricity, and general mechanics.

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.



Position: Delivery Driver (Class A), Available Locations:
$21.00 - $25.47 hr

Summary:

Assist in providing and delivering excellent service and product to our customers. Drive a truck and/or pull a trailer primarily to deliver or pick up materials. Drivers will load and unload their vehicle. Communicate consistently with Mid Valley Agricultural Services Inc.’s Dispatchers. Receive, store, and issue materials, equipment, and other items from warehouse. Keep records and compile stock reports.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Work alongside Dispatchers to safely and efficiently deliver products.
  • Receive orders (pull tags, invoices) to pull orders from dispatch.
  • Pull, check, count, and verify orders as requested
  • Load truck with materials and secure all loads/product on truck.
  • Check order count being loaded, verify quantities are accurate according to shipping papers.
  • Check all safety items daily (first-aid kits, fire extinguisher, tie down straps, spill kits).
  • Keep paperwork in proper place inside of vehicle.
  • Upon delivery, verify quantity being delivered and unloaded.
  • Keep accurate log of deliveries.
  • Follow all rules and regulations of hazardous materials, having an understanding of what placarding is required for all materials being hauled.
  • Understand limitations of licensing, vehicle, and equipment.
  • Keep vehicles clean and free of trash and debris.
  • Report any issues to dispatch and Branch Manager.
  • Inspect Vehicle before and after trip.
  • Assist in cleanup at yard, shop, and warehouse. Organize inventory and assist in pulling/staging orders.
  • Maintaining company supplied vehicle and routinely inspect the vehicle for any noticeable problems.
  • Uphold and comply with driving safety rules, as well as all safety policies of the company.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Remain alert while driving for potential hazards from other
  • Ability to operate a forklift, hand truck, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment. (Training and certification can be obtained through MVAS)
  • Ability to work overtime as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)

Work Experience:

  • Valid Class A Driver License.
  • HazMat endorsement
  • Tank endorsement
  • Double endorsement

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.



Position: Operations Associate, Available Locations:
$16.00 - $18.30 hr

Summary:

The Operations Associate will work closely with various positions within the company’s Operations department. Responsible for being the first to receive, inspect and wash all fertilizer and yard equipment. The Operations Associate plays an important role in providing clean, functional and ready to used equipment at a fast pace.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Wash and inspect all fertilizer and yard equipment (i.e. such as bulk tanks, spreaders, hoses, etc.)
  • Move and organize all yard equipment.
  • Operate equipment such as a forklift, tractor and loader.
  • Remain knowledgeable of chemicals/material at facility and specific PPE requirements.
  • Ensure the work area is clean, organized, and that all safety procedures are being followed at all times by yourself and your team mates.
  • Assist with all other operations activities, as needed.
  • Comply with all safety rules, as well as all safety policies of the company, overseeing agencies, and any regulatory agencies.
  • Exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Skills and Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
  • Forklift certification required (Training and certification can be obtained through MVAS)

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.



Position: Shop Technician, Available Locations:
$24.00 - $28.00 hr

Summary:

Independently performs advanced troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, assembles and overhauls agricultural equipment and company vehicles. Completes tasks in a safe and timely manner. Assists with other operations as needed.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Conduct regular maintenance on machinery, systems, and automotive vehicles.
  • Examine machines and perform troubleshooting tests to determine functionality problems.
  • Monitor inventory and request new parts when necessary.
  • Perform diagnostic procedures and repair vehicles or equipment in the field.
  • Weld and fabricate, as needed.
  • Use computer diagnostic tooling for repairs.
  • Knowledge of or able to learn mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems used in the repair of equipment, machinery, and vehicles.
  • Assemble mechanical components according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Follow all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignments.
  • Operate a forklift, hand truck, pallet jack, tractor, and other warehouse, shop, or yard equipment. (Training and certification can be obtained through MVAS)
  • Maintain records on all required vehicles and equipment.
  • Maintain condition of vehicles, equipment, inventory and tools.
  • Prioritize and schedule routine maintenance on vehicles and equipment to facilitate a smooth and efficient workflow.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance in compliance with DOT guidelines.
  • Maintain current and accurate labeling on all equipment and tanks.
  • Keep a clean work area and perform work in a neat and orderly manner.
  • Keep accurate clerical records for all time worked, materials used, and inventory.
  • Maintain work logs, repairs, and consistent maintenance records.
  • Remain knowledgeable of chemicals/material at facility and specific PPE requirements.
  • Represent Mid Valley Agricultural Service’s core values by obtaining and communicating sound knowledge of Mid Valley products and services.
  • Exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
  • Certification from a vocational school or trade school is preferred.

Experience and Certifications:

  • Valid Class C Driver License required.
  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver License with tanker, doubles and triples, air brakes, and Haz-Mat endorsements preferred.
  • Experience working with the following: Pumps, Vehicles, Loaders and Agriculture (or similar) equipment.
  • Knowledge of hydraulics, electricity, and general mechanics.

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.



Position: Delivery Driver (Class A), Available Locations:
$23.00 - $27.47 hr

Summary:

Assist in providing and delivering excellent service and product to our customers. Drive a truck and/or pull a trailer primarily to deliver or pick up materials. Drivers will load and unload their vehicle. Communicate consistently with Mid Valley Agricultural Services Inc.’s Dispatchers. Receive, store, and issue materials, equipment, and other items from warehouse. Keep records and compile stock reports.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Work alongside Dispatchers to safely and efficiently deliver products.
  • Receive orders (pull tags, invoices) to pull orders from dispatch.
  • Pull, check, count, and verify orders as requested
  • Load truck with materials and secure all loads/product on truck.
  • Check order count being loaded, verify quantities are accurate according to shipping papers.
  • Check all safety items daily (first-aid kits, fire extinguisher, tie down straps, spill kits).
  • Keep paperwork in proper place inside of vehicle.
  • Upon delivery, verify quantity being delivered and unloaded.
  • Keep accurate log of deliveries.
  • Follow all rules and regulations of hazardous materials, having an understanding of what placarding is required for all materials being hauled.
  • Understand limitations of licensing, vehicle, and equipment.
  • Keep vehicles clean and free of trash and debris.
  • Follow all rules and regulations of hazardous materials, having an understanding of what placarding is required for all materials being hauled.
  • Understand limitations of licensing, vehicle, and equipment.
  • Keep vehicles clean and free of trash and debris.
  • Report any issues to dispatch and Branch Manager.
  • Inspect Vehicle before and after trip.
  • Assist in cleanup at yard, shop, and warehouse. Organize inventory and assist in pulling/staging orders.
  • Maintaining company supplied vehicle and routinely inspect the vehicle for any noticeable problems.
  • Uphold and comply with driving safety rules, as well as all safety policies of the company.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions consistent to job functions, strategies, company goals and values.
  • Remain alert while driving for potential hazards from other
  • Ability to operate a forklift, hand truck, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment. (Training and certification can be obtained through MVAS)
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge:

  • Education
    • High Scholl Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
  • Experience and Certifications (Have or willing to obtain)
    • Valid Class A Driver License.
    • HazMat endorsement
    • Tank endorsement
    • Double endorsement

All interested applicants should fill out an application as well as send a resume with references and cover letter to opportunities@midvalleyag.com.