We are seeking the right person to fill a position at our Grain Merchandising Office in London,
Ontario. The position will entail processing both inbound and outbound loads of grain for several of our grain handling facilities as well as general accounting duties within our office.
Prior experience in servicing producers, commodity contracting, and grain accounting is preferred. The successful candidate must have a proven track record of attention to detail, strong accounting skills, and the ability to independently solve complex problems.
Adapt to new technology
Effectively communicate both verbally and in writing
Prioritize and manage conflicting demands
Respond quickly in a dynamic and changing environment
Ability to work individually as well as part of a team
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
London Agricultural Commodities, Inc. is seeking two enthusiastic individuals to fill permanent positions at our food-grade soybean packaging plant in Thamesville, Ontario.
The positions will entail operating and monitoring processing equipment with a strong emphasis on meeting our customers’ demands for a quality product.
Candidates must have a high-school diploma (preference given to those with further education) and should enjoy work that is physically challenging. Prior experience in a country grain elevator or similar operation is preferred but not necessary.
We thank all of those who express interest in this opportunity, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Our LAC Internships are designed to provide a real-life experience for students to gain exposure in working in a grain trading office, grain terminal, and crop/soil sciences. Experiences include a variety of different tasks, with a goal to cross-train an intern to benefit from as many different experiences as possible. The exact role of an intern varies based upon the location they will work out of. We also try to offer learning opportunities directly related to the career interests of each individual intern. Some of the skill building activities an intern may experience include:
- Participation in summer long merchandising exercise
- Facility grain logistics education (grain grading, loading, unloading)
- Bin space management, storage methods, and grain quality control measures training
- Customer service – phone and office contact
- Grain contracting procedures and futures/options education
- Market data review
- Facility safety training
- Grain ticket and settlement process training
- Special projects