Current Opportunities

Grain Buyer

BroadGrain Commodities Inc. (“BroadGrain”) is a fast-growing global company trading and transporting grains, cereals, oilseeds, corn and by-products. We use our expertise and experience in logistics, sourcing and distribution to connect our customers to global markets while providing excellence in customer service. Today, BroadGrain enjoys over $700 million in annual revenue and handles over 1.8 million tonnes of grain each year in our international and domestic businesses. We are poised for continual growth across all of our business units and are continually looking to add talented individuals to support our expansion.

BroadGrain Commodities is growing rapidly and is in need of multiple Regional Market Advisors.  As a member of BroadGrain’s Market Advisor team, you will effectively purchase grain from private elevators, and larger scale farmers through programs that meet or exceed their pricing, transportation, storage, information and educational needs.  You will achieve volume, growth and contribute to profitability. The perfect candidate will build and maintain strong relationships with the business and ensure the delivery of high quality and timely service to BroadGrain.  Reporting directly to the Procurement Manager for Eastern Canada, the successful candidate will fill the follows roles in the organization:

-Depending on the region you will be assigned to, you will purchase grain for delivery into BroadGrain facilities and other end users in Ontario and surrounding regions, USA, or Quebec 

-Provide market information and cash grain bids to farm and commercial while establishing a grain marketing plan for targeted customers

-Provide ongoing market information and feedback to traders and the grain merchandising group for the purpose of developing effective procurement plans

-Works to establish BroadGrain as the first choice in value-added grain marketing

-Organizes and plans group and individual grain marketing educational programs; this includes preparing and delivering presentations

-Provide customer service and act as one of the primary points of contact for customers

-Execute grain contracts from pricing to delivery

-Assist with resolving supplier issues and complaints

-Able to make farm calls

-Other Adhoc duties

Qualifications:

-Bachelor’s degree in agricultural business or economics preferred or equivalent experience

-3-5 years related agricultural and merchandising experience

-Effective written and verbal communication skills

-Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships

-For the Quebec Region, must be bilingual in both French and English

If you are interested in working for a growing company, we would love to hear from you! Please forward your resume with your location and salary expectations to careers@broadgrain.com.  BroadGrain welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.