Horticultural Specialty Grower Field Job Description Sample
Grounds And Horticultural Technician - Athletic/Sports Field
Under general supervision, performs a variety of tasks primarily related to the maintenance of athletic fields in support of instructional and learning activities. These include field preparation; infield and mound care; measure, mark and layout (paint) fields; sod renovation/installation; golf green care; repairing athletics fields between use; performs tasks related to maintaining athletic fields.
Operates equipment unique to care and maintenance of athletics fields, such as: ballfield groomer, and tractor with attachments (turf vacuum, aerator, spiker, topdresser, seeder, fertilizer spreader, verticutter). In addition, performs general campus grounds work as needed, for example: preparing for planting, trimming, caretaking, fertilizing, weed and pest abatement and beautification. Safely operates a variety of grounds and landscaping equipment and ensures that projects are conducted in a safe manner and that the athletics fields and grounds are safe.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives general supervision from the Supervisor, Grounds. Exercises no supervision of staff. May provide oversight and mentoring to staff helpers, substitutes, hourlies, volunteers, or newly hired staff and general grounds staff who are temporarily assigned athletics/sports field duties.
Initially under close supervision, perform routine grounds, athletics/sports fields related duties required to ensure that District grounds and athletics/sports fields are appropriately maintained and provide the highest level of safety for public, student and staff use. Initially, work is usually supervised while in progress and fits an established structure or pattern and exceptions or changes in procedures are explained in detail as they arise.
As experience is gained, assignments become more varied and are performed with greater independence and positions may receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and where they are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. Incumbents in this class may also assist other trades on an as needed basis. This class is distinguished from the Grounds and Horticultural Technician – Campus in that the Grounds and Horticultural Technician
Campus is responsible for general maintenance of the campus grounds, whereas the Grounds and Horticultural Technician
Athletics/Sports Fields is specifically responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the District’s athletic fields and other surrounding athletic complexes, in addition to surrounding grounds and general campus grounds as necessary.
Bring your expertise to our 150-acre container nursery or our leading tissue culture laboratory and young plant production nursery. We know, understand and most importantly, appreciate the skill and dedication it takes to be successful in this industry and want to give you the foundation to flourish in our unique industry.
We’re hiring a for an experienced Grower to lead the Perennial department in Waller, TX. You’ll be responsible for hands on management, grower practices of our perennial, annual and tropical products (mainly 1-3 gallon containers). We are seeking a detail-oriented individual who thrives on delivering consistent, high-quality product. You will work with customers and internally with the sales team to ensure the right product is delivered on time as well as working closely with upper management on various levels such as production targets and budgeting.
We’re always searching for ways to improve our horticulture practices, operational efficiency and consistency of plant quality. We’re looking for a leader to facilitate and be a part of that continuous innovation.
What we have to offer:
- Competitive salary and profit sharing
- 401k with 3% company match
- Paid time off
- Health, dental, vision, and life insurance
- Relocation assistance
- Constant care and monitoring of growing facilities for optimum crop quality, climate, and placement
- Responsible for all aspects of growing, including watering, fertilizing, spraying, and testing
- Develop/document high quality standards for consistently growing crops developing best practices that will be incorporated into our computer production module
- Lead/Supervise 12-15 employees in the Perennial Department
- Maintain good growing practices to meet required ready dates and contract grow dates
- Work with Sales to promote quality programs for our customers
- Conduct trials/experiments to evaluate possible improvements to the crop
- Meet with and understand customer needs and quality requirements
- Perform/track soil, water, disease tests as needed
- Identify/track/control insects
- Monitor/control computerized greenhouse environments
- Interact/communicate with a dedicated, knowledgeable, well organized grower team
- Identify crop problems and develop corrective and preventative actions
- Degree in Horticulture or related field (preferred)
- People management experience
- 6-10 years commercial propagation or growing experience
- Perennial growing experience preferably in the Southern U.S. region
Grower Relations Representative
GROWER RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE (MENDOCINO & LAKE COUNTIES):
SUMMARY: Responsible for fulfillment (locating and sourcing) of grape needs for various wine programs through establishment and maintenance of relationships with its growers. Also responsible for providing the winery with the highest quality grapes possible within economic constraints with minimal direction which includes, monitoring all aspects of grape production. Advises growers on production methods to ensure quality control.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Source and negotiate the purchase of grapes of the required type, grade and price under guidelines.
Negotiation of win/win grape purchase agreements and long term arrangements.
Professional, knowledgeable and reliable representation of the company.
Effective liaison between grower and winery regarding viticulture concerns/expectations.
Development of new business opportunities from both supply and demand perspectives.
Bachelor Degree in Agricultural Business, Viticulture, Enology, Plant/Crop Science or related field.
Valid California driver's license and clean DMV record; required to travel to various sites via automobile to satisfy daily job requirements.
Highly organized and detail oriented.
Skilled in reading, analyzing, and interpreting common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
Self-guided initiative (self-starter) and effective manager of time/priorities, multitasking
Experience working on an individual basis, as well as being a team player.
Working knowledge of desktop computing including basic Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, etc), internet and e-mail.
For more information, please submit an application.
Managing Director, Specialty Construction UW & Field Sales – Midwest Region
The Managing Director, Construction supports the execution of Middle Market Specialty strategic and operating plans within an assigned geographic region and provides direct management to a team of experienced Construction field underwriters. This role provides sales and underwriting leadership, as well as strategy development and execution, to the MM Specialty Midwest territory.
The incumbent is accountable for the financial performance of an assigned territory within the region, including construction loss sensitive and guaranteed cost business. This position reports directly to the Head of Specialty Field Sales overseeing Construction and Marine field underwriting teams. The Managing Director collaborates with multiple regional office leadership teams within the territory to drive profitable business for The Hartford, acting as a liaison with field leadership within other Middle Market business units to ensure clear communication, accountability and messaging to the external marketplace about the Construction strategy and capabilities. The position is charged with contributing to an environment that supports and motivates team members to develop expert technical, sales, underwriting and customer service skills with the goal of increasing the penetration of existing agency relationships and building new relationships within the aligned market.
The Managing Director is responsible for managing and expanding a growing team of Construction underwriters. This position reports into the Head of MM Specialty Field Sales & Execution, and is a critical regional field leadership role within Middle Market's Specialty businesses.
Distribution Management & Sales Leadership
Builds strong, distinctive strategic partnerships with key Construction agents, brokers and clients, and supports partner initiatives and strategies.
Responsible for collaborating with Division and Regional Office leadership for agency management of top partners.
Implements segment sales plans by reinforcing and supporting pipelining strategy and monitoring team execution.
Utilizes sales execution and business development strategies to generate robust quality pipelines, maximize client retention and drive new sales and net profitable growth of book.
Coaches and manages team performance to ensure consistent practice of sales excellence discipline.
Maintains keen insight into competitor's strengths, weaknesses and strategies to leverage for profitable business and increased agency penetration.
Drives brand awareness, and gathers and responds to customer feedback
Talent Management and Development
Directly manages and coaches a team of Construction field underwriters, and provides indirect management support to center underwriting talent and account managers within region.
Drives strong underwriting behaviors and discipline through oversight, quality management and compliance processes.
Partners with the Head of Specialty Field Sales & Execution to develop and execute upon a localized talent strategy.
Responsible for attracting, selecting and developing high caliber, diverse talent from within and/or outside of the organization. Ensures staff continuity for key positions by anticipating and planning for future talent needs.
Effectively manages staff through active performance management, implementation of a meaningful development planning process, and reinforcement of a pay-for-performance compensation philosophy.
Builds a strong team, fostering high levels of engagement, collaboration, open dialogue and involvement in decision making and planning activities.
Book Management, Planning and Monitoring Results:
Accountable for financial performance of assigned regional territory.
Develops and implements territorial strategic and operating plans at the direction of the Head of Field Sales & Execution, which leverage agent/broker relationships and position The Hartford to profitably grow within the territory.
Manages individual and book-level risk selection & pricing decisions to profitable underwriting results.
Closely manages plan results and directs implementation of specific actions to address financial shortfalls.
Actively manages the flow and mix of business to ensure that short-term and long-term financial outcomes are optimized.
Enterprise Accountability & Underwriting Operations:
Partners with home office leadership and referral support to ensure that underwriting practices and guidelines are understood and adhered to, specifically focusing upon pricing, risk selection, mix of business, flow management and quality analysis.
Utilizes quality management and referral programs to identify opportunities to develop talent to ensure functional and regulatory integrity of the book of business and overall compliance with segment guidelines.
Ensures claims, risk engineering and service operations partnerships are successfully leveraged within the region, recommending changes to process and partnering with key internal business partners as needed to improve offerings.
Utilizes and champions enterprise tools and systems, and understands reporting capabilities in order to monitor success of initiatives.
P&C experience with strong casualty background; Strengths and deep experience desired within Construction loss Sensitive and/or guaranteed cost business
7 years of underwriting, agency/territorial experience and strong preference for previous management/supervisory or informal leadership experiences
BS/BS degree; advanced degree and/or relevant industry designation (e.g.) CPCU, ARM, CRIS, CIC preferred
Solid financial/business acumen skills
Highly regarded for leadership capabilities
Experience with Microsoft computer package; ability to learn/navigate internal computer systems
Ability to travel regularly within an assigned geographic region
Behaviors at the Hartford
Deliver Outcomes – Demonstrate a bias for speed and execution that serves our shareholders and customers.
Operate as a Team Player – Work together to drive solutions for the good of The Hartford.
Build Strong Partnerships – Demonstrate integrity and build trust with others.
Strive for Excellence – Motivate yourself and others to achieve high standards and continuously improve.
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We are a Wholesale Perennial Nursery, looking for an experienced and qualified Head Grower to organize and manage propagation and production activities. You will be in charge of propagation, production and quality control of over 1300 varieties of perennials, ferns, grasses, herbs and small fruits, ensuring high quality plant material to our customers.
- Control and direct the propagation and production processes and any other relative activities
- Help to decide on varieties to discontinue or trial for future inclusion in the catalog
- Plan orders of plugs, seeds, unrooted cuttings, etc.
- Arrange for repairs when necessary
- Remedy any problems by fertilizing or pesticide application as needed
- Oversee the work of subordinates
- Comply with regulations and safety standards
- Foster a climate of cooperation and respect between co-workers
- Proven experience as head grower
- Exceptional proven ability of greenhouse management
- Ability to divide responsibilities and monitor progress
- Outstanding communication and leadership skills
- Stay up-to-date with trends and optimized processes
- Good understanding of useful computer programs (MS Office, greenhouse management software)
- Credentials in safety training and pesticide application
- Degree in Horticulture or related certificate
- Spanish a plus!!!
- Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental, Short Term Disability) when eligible
- Retirement Plan (401k) when eligible
- Unique individuals welcome!!
- Flexible hours and work schedule
- Help to make the world a better, more beautiful place.
About WestRock (NYSE: WRK) partners with our customers to provide differentiated paper and packaging solutions that help them win in the marketplace. WestRock's 45,000 team members support customers around the world from more than 300 operating and business locations spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Learn more at www.westrock.com.
Horticultural Coordinator - Lansing, MI
5800 West Grand River Ave
Lansing, Michigan, 48906
Processes custom tag orders including those involving complex design and/or custom die shapes. Provides technical support to internal and external customers.
How you will impact WestRock
Processes custom tag orders through photo evaluation, copy, and layout requirements, mock-up preparation, and proof to customer.
Maintains integrity of the typeset, catalog, logo, and plant database systems.
Communicates with customers as required to ensure quality products and services.
Maintains current and consistent information on individual customer tag accounts including photos and Horticultural copy.
Supports tag quality through double Acrobat proof process.
Circulates pertinent complex job information to appropriate departments.
Assists customer service representatives as required.
Provides technical support to internal and external customers.
Expands knowledge of JH processes through cross-training and available company sponsored educational classes.
Verifies press approval proofs for accuracy.
Assists other areas of the Grower Care Center as time allows.
Trains new horticultural workers when needed.
Performs other job duties as assigned.
What you need to succeed
High school diploma or G.E.D.
Associate's degree (AA) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school preferred.
Ability to read, write, and comprehend complex instructions, correspondences, and memos.
Proficient in Microsoft Access and Excel.
Knowledge of office procedures and methods including, but not limited to, telephone communication, office systems, and record keeping.
Ability to get along with a variety of personalities and individuals.
Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
Must be a team player with a strong work ethic.
Must be able to maintain good attendance.
Must be able to perform all essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodation.
What we offer
Corporate culture based on integrity, respect, accountability and excellence
Comprehensive training with numerous learning and development opportunities
An attractive salary reflecting skills, competencies and potential
A career with a global packaging company where Sustainability, Safety and Inclusion are business drivers and foundational elements of the daily work.
WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce: Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans.
Seasonal Grower Relations Clerk
Why E. & J. Gallo Winery?
Recognized by Glassdoor as a "Best Place to Work" two years in a row, we couldn't be prouder of our employees. We are the largest family-owned winery in the world with over 100 brands. We are committed to driving innovation, sustainability, and fostering a culture of collaboration. We look forward to having you join the team! Your Talent & Gallo | A Perfect Pairing
Under general supervision supports administrative functions and policies for the grower relations department during grape harvest. Ensures that all processes surrounding approval and signing of grower contracts are maintained.
Manages phone/on site communications with clients and vendors.
Tracks payment dates from all department contracts, ensuring that all payments are processed through Finance Department in a timely manner.
Resolves routine and complex department related inquiries.
Runs and electronically distributes the weekly summary report and executive summary report; creates other reports on an ad-hoc basis.
Engages in data entry and maintenance of grape management systems, including contracts, amendment information, estimates, and bunch counts.
Maintains department files, delivery tickets, records, and documentation.
Responsible for the understanding of system components related to the grower relations function.
Maintains satisfactory attendance, to include timeliness.
Responsible for understanding and complying with applicable quality, environmental and safety regulatory considerations.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Gallo does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position now or in the future.
High school diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate plus 3 years of administrative support experience.
Skilled in the use of MS Word and MS Excel.
Bachelor's degree plus 2 years of experience supporting the grower relations function for an agricultural organization reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Notary Public Certification.
Skilled in reading and interpreting documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Experience with writing routine reports and correspondence.
Skilled in the use of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access at an advanced level; MS PowerPoint at an intermediate level.
Skilled in speaking effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
Skilled in calculating figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume.
Skilled in applying concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
Experience with solving practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Experience with interpreting a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Completes assignments that are broad in nature, usually requiring originality and ingenuity. Has appreciable latitude for un-reviewed action or decision.
Possesses and applies broad knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of this particular field of specialization.
Works independently and exercises sound judgment in making independent decisions.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and sit. The employee is occasionally required to walk, use fingers to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Job Posting ID: 55561
Lodi, Acampo, harvest, seasonal, administrative, admin, clerk, secretary, grower
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Nearest Major Market: Stockton
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Agricultural Business And Horticultural Science Supervisor
This is an 11 month, administrative and teaching position. This position is needed to coordinate all aspects of our two agricultural degree programs including staffing, evaluation of faculty, and supervision of teaching staff. Heavy recruiting activities and the development of strong retention measures are also expected with this role. This position requires that the successful candidate teach a minimum of 15 credits per year, (6 credits in each of the fall and spring semesters, as well as at least 3 credits in the summer.) Teaching may include day and evening classes. This individual will also be in charge of all assessment-related duties for these programs. Other duties include scheduling/hiring/evaluating/supervising adjuncts, participating in any student appeal processes related to agricultural business and horticultural science courses, curriculum development, negotiation of transfer/articulation agreements with four-year institutions, development/supervision of internships students, overseeing Green House operations and maintenance, participation in all accreditation-related matters and assorted state-led initiatives, and active committee participation (which may include internal and external committees), and other duties as assigned.
1.Intentionally focuses on fostering a culture of "caring regard" at the college.
2.Possesses deep appreciation, understanding, tolerance, and commitment to free speech in an academic organization.
3.Supports the mission of the college.
4.Follows established policies and procedures set forth by the college.
5.Excels in written and oral communication.
7.Creates a dynamic teaching and learning environment for the students.
8.Teaches a minimum of 15 credit hours per year.
9.Teaches day and evening including online/hybrid classes.
10. Integrates technology, including learning management systems, to teach.
11. Prepares syllabi and curriculum materials.
12. Participates in assessment of student learning outcomes.
13. Ability to work with the broad spectrum of students found in a community college environment.
14. Advises and mentors students.
15. Serves on college committees including the college governance process.
16. Contributes to Department affairs.
17. Participates in collegial activity with peers.
18. Partakes in professional development.
1.Master's degree in agricultural business or related field.
2.Relevant teaching experience required.
3.Knowledge of Green House production strategies and management strongly preferred.
1.Excellent written, interpersonal, and communication skills required.
2.Proficiency in Microsoft Office required.
3.Evidence of strong organizational and project management skills required.
4.Ability to interact with students at the secondary level and effectively promote SCCC's agricultural and horticulture programs required.
5.Business experience in agriculture or a related field preferred.
Effective September 1, 2011, the NJ First Act requires that certain classifications of persons employed by a public higher education institution will have 365 days within which to establish a principle residence in NJ. Failure to comply will render the individual unqualified to continue to hold the position. Individuals may seek exemption from the residency exemption committee based on critical need or hardship.
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Grower Relations Representative
We are currently hiring a Grower Relations Representative who is responsible for locating and sourcing grapes for wine programs by building/maintaining relationships with growers and monitoring all aspects of grape production. Advises growers on production methods, ensures quality control.
What You Will Do:
Functions as a liaison between winery and growers, educating/advising them on market conditions, quality standards and viticulture practices.
Develops and maintains vineyard records on cultural practices, yields and grape quality.
Monitors all aspects of crop development and forecasts crop tonnages.
Schedules the delivery of grapes from the field to winery.
Negotiates most grower contract terms.
With guidance, initiates, implements and manages short and long term projects.
Provides cost savings and avoidance input for project requests.
Participates in pricing strategy.
Ensures application of policies and procedures; makes recommendations for change, and implements approved changes.
Supports the establishing and controlling of budgets.
Oversees the performance of growers and monitors their application of procedure; reports issues to Senior Grower Relations Rep or Grower Relations Area Manager.
Supports the training and development of new Grower Relations Reps.
Must maintain satisfactory attendance, to include timeliness.
Responsible for understanding and complying with applicable quality, environmental and safety regulatory considerations. If accountable for the work of others, responsible for ensuring their understanding and compliance.
What You Will Need:
A High school diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate.
A Master's degree in AG Policy, AgriBusiness, Plant science, Biology or Ag Science plus agriculture experience OR Bachelor's degree in AG Policy, AgriBusiness, Plant science, Biology, Enology, Viticulture or Ag Science plus 2 years of agriculture or winemaking experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility OR 6 years of agriculture or winemaking experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Valid driver's license and successful completion of background check. Required to obtain a California driver's license or appropriate state driver's license within 30 days of hire.
Required to drive to various ranch locations as part of job functions.
Specific vision abilities required for this job include color vision.
Required to lift and carry equipment weighing up to 25 pounds.
Required to work long hours during peak season.
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Snacking Specialty Field Marketing Regional Manager - Dallas, TX
This position is a remote position:
Position is responsible for managing regional Field Marketing strategies across a particular region's categories/brands and products within a BU. He/she will lead a team of field marketers to assist in execution of brand strategies in stores and lead in providing key insights on customer execution and consumer behavior for specific region, brands, and customers. Position will collaborate with Sales and Marketing to execute brand and customer specific campaign strategies that speak the language of the consumer. Position reports directly to the Field Marketing Operations Director. The Field Marketing Regional Manager should have experience in Sales and building customer relationships. Additionally, the Field Marketing Regional Manager must have the ability to manage a regional team of Field Marketers, execute Field Marketing tactics, effectively connect with consumers to understand their needs, and communicate key consumer insights to the Field Marketing Operations Director.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES/MAJOR DUTIES
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Manage a team of Field Marketers to ensure they are executing field marketing strategies at the regional level and surveying, sampling, and executing brand campaigns effectively to pull insights from shoppers and consumers in each region
Deliver positive volume trend growth for their assigned region, brands, and products
Lead in assigned region to provide field intelligence to the Field Marketing Operations Director on brand perception, product performance, customer specific execution, competition, and consumer insights in region to inform brand managers, sales leadership, product innovation managers, Marketing, and Strategy & Ventures on potential business opportunities
Partner closely with the regional Sales teams to define and execute programs tied to revenue goals, including but not limited to regional and local events, account based marketing programs, and joint marketing programs
Determine effectiveness and frequency of in-store displays and campaigns at regional level to inform sales leadership and brand to create effective future in-store campaigns
Collaborate with Business Analytics & Insights team to provide data at regional view, and partner with team to interpret consumer-level data to become more knowledgeable in the field, improve data gathering, and develop business ideas.
Hire and coach Field Marketers, including recruiting, training, and motivating the field marketing team to empower them to meet and exceed expectations
Execute consumer interaction strategies in region, such as surveys, sampling, and other campaigns to most effectively gather data on end consumer behavior
Possess understanding of brand vision to execute at the local level and to provide direct, real-time feedback on brand campaigns and product changes from end consumer standpoint
Develop and execute consumer-driven, regionally/locally oriented brand strategies, programs and events that will increase consumer demand, sales, and positively impact brand equity
Ensure compliance with all company policies and procedures (EEO, Sexual Harassment, Sarbanes – Oxley, Safety, etc.)
Perform other duties which are deemed to be an integral part of the position, including but not limited to fulfillment of work schedules, adherence to attendance policies, and other applicable operating rules, policies and procedures.
5 - 7+ years marketing and sales experience and/or experience in industry.
Experience managing field marketers and/or small regional teams preferred.
B.A./B.S in Marketing, Communication, or related field. Master's degree is preferred.
We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits including medical, dental, and 401(k). Please reply by 07/14/2018. Resumes are active for 30 days. Interested job seekers who successfully complete the series of pre-screening questions and who appear to possess the basic qualifications for this position may be contacted for a telephone interview.
Flowers Bakeries, LLC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA/VETS/Disabled)
If you need assistance with submitting your resume due to a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail to Ashlyn Wilson Brickey at ASHLYN.WILSON@FLOCORP.COM or 229 379-3767.
Nearest Major Market: Dallas
Nearest Secondary Market: Fort Worth
Job Segment: Regional Manager, Field Marketing, Equity, Marketing Manager, Management, Marketing, Finance
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