There are many sectors that come to mind when I think of jobs on AgCareers.com. One of the top 5 includes Poultry jobs! As the International Production & Processing Expo (Formerly known as International Poultry Expo) starts this week it is only fitting to discuss some hot jobs in Poultry that are constantly on AgCareers.com.
Poultry jobs have been an increasing trend on AgCareers.com over the years. With many large and small companies posting a variety of jobs, you can see that the poultry industry is more than just working in poultry houses. If you are looking at becoming a Farm Manager, the Poultry industry may be a perfect match for you! Trends show Poultry Farm Managers make almost 20% more than a general Farm Manager.
Here are a few of the poultry companies that post and a unique job that they have open currently on AgCareers.com. If you are looking at this blog after they are expired please search by company or keyword “poultry” or go to our poultry jobs page.
Tyson Foods, Inc.:
Complex Environmental Manager II
If you have a degree in environmental engineering or sciences then this is a perfect opportunity for you! Complex Environmental Managers ensure one or more complexes are in compliance with all federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations. For Tyson, they also manage wastewater
Field Service Tech I
Chicken Farmers of Ontario
Field Service Representative
This is the perfect role for someone would likes to be on the road and interact with farmers. As a Field Service Tech or Representative your job is to assist farmers with administering vaccinations and sanitation preparations for customers. You will also provide training and evaluation of customer’s process management.
Product Development Scientist
If you enjoy being creative and have experience with poultry, then this might be the perfect job for you. A Product Development Scientist creates and drives technical projects to meet business initiatives including new products, brand renovations, quality improvements, and productivity. It requires a degree in Poultry Science and must be willing to travel a small portion of the time.
Provimi North America, Inc.:
We see many students who started off their freshman year with the intentions of going to Vet School, and by their senior year it is no longer in the plan and they have no idea what to do with their Poultry or Animal Science degree. If you would like to get your M.S. or Ph.D in Poultry Nutrition then you would be perfect as a Poultry Nutritionist and not be completely lost from your Vet dreams. You will provide guidance on feed programs and provide product support for customers.
So look beyond the farm and see the many different opportunities in the poultry industry! Visit us at IPPE now through this Thursday in booth A2527.