Job - Applicator/Operator

Job Title: Applicator/Operator

Job Order #: EH-7305

Location: Western Kentucky

Salary Range: $0 - $55000

Commission / Bonus: Yes

Benefits: Health Insurance + Paid Vacation + Work Vehicle


- Planting through harvest preferred, not required
- Experience with GPS/mapping technology preferred
- Prefer a Class A CDL, not required. Need experience driving tractor-trailer
- Experience with elevators, bins and dryers
- Welding, mechanical ability, pivot irrigation preferred
- Late model farm equipment preferred
- Experience with NH3 handling, application
- MUST be a team player
- Good listener, responsible, pro active and forward thinking


Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is searching for a good Farm Assistant for this western Kentucky crop producer. Person needs to be pro-active, forward thinking and able to handle most anything that comes up on the farm. Need to be a good communicator and work well in a team environment. Employer is running large late model JD precision equipment. Big plus if person has run planter and has done all phases of crop production, but candidate needs at least a general farm background and able to advance. Plus if person has self-propelled sprayer. NH3 handling/application/pumping experience and good experience with elevators/bins/dryers. Prefer a person to have operated a semi and have a CDL, though CDL not required. Main focus of this position is crop production, equipment operations and equipment maintenance. Good opportunity for long-term position with good future. Family friendly, good community, schools, churches, etc.

Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Eric Hansen at or call 308-382-7351. Please fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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