Job - Custom Applicator - Eastern Nebraska

Job Title: Custom Applicator - Eastern Nebraska

Job Order #: DC-8342

Location: Eastern Nebraska

Salary Range: $15 - $18

Commission / Bonus: Tach Hour Bonus

Benefits: 4001k with employer match + Full Health/Dental Ins. + Paid vacation + Pension plan


- High School diploma or G.E.D.
- Minimum 2 years Ag Chemical spray experience preferred; will also consider on-farm experience spraying row crops

- State of Nebraska Custom Applicator license or ability to obtain.
- Solid Math aptitude.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Ability to work extended hours during busy season
- Clean driving record.
- Class A CDL with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements or ability to obtain.

- Preference for an individual from the general area or looking to relocate back to this area.


Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is assisting an Eastern Nebraska Ag Retailer looking to add a Custom Applicator to their Team. Ideal individual will have a minimum 2 years of Ag chem application experience in smaller, hilly fields. This individual will spray between 12,000 to 20,000 acres per season.

This is a nice location ---rural yet not far from urban areas. Applicators remain with this Employer long-term; Employees retire from this organization.

Employer advises an Applicator with 2 years of experience can make $50,000. Employer also advises a Top Notch Applicator with 15+ years of experience can make $70,000 - $80,000 in this role. In addition, Employer offers a tach hour bonus for equipment operation. Equipment is well-maintained John Deere Sprayers and Floaters and some AGCO TerraGator equipment, too.

Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Dianne Countryman at or call 308-381-4815. Please fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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