Co-Alliance Cooperative is a modern partnership of local agricultural and energy cooperatives with community roots established in the 1920s. We are a service-oriented company, and we seek to make our customers lives easier by being their local resource for the services and products we offer. We also serve our communities and employees by creating a vibrant, positive environment that adds to their quality of life.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Meet location goals
  • Develop location personnel capabilities including assisting in hiring, coaching, training, performance management and assigning key tasks
  • Support the Region Manager in driving sales growth including assigning accounts to salespeople, calling on some accounts and working with Sales
  • Specialists on others, monitoring customer satisfaction through ongoing dialogue and identifying potential prospects
  • Supervise mixing, loading and dispatch
  • Manage facility inventory including forecasting product needs, anticipating inventory needs and purchasing product through approved suppliers
  • Manage facility finances including sales and expense budgeting and management, billing, accounts receivables and payables and managing prepays
  • Manage facility assets including routine maintenance, facility and equipment replacement plans and driver equipment inspections
  • Make Crop Protection and fertility recommendations including DataOnTouch farm and field plans, mapping and recordkeeping
  • Manage location recordkeeping including internal financial and customer production & financial records
  • Manage location risk including compliance with regulations, safety and emergency response training, and ongoing site inspections
  • Develop short- and long-term plans for the location


  • Bachelor or Associate degree in agricultural, grain or business; or five years or more of related work experience
  • Demonstrate essential abilities including personnel management, communications, customer focus and decision making
  • Basic Agronomy knowledge and skills (insect, weed and disease identification, fertility)
  • Financial knowledge including reading and understanding financial statements
  • Must have valid driver’s license and be able to obtain and maintain all acceptable certifications, licenses and permits.
  • Ability and willingness to work long hours and be on-call, as business conditions warrant