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The Missouri Department of Agriculture

KANSAS CITY , MISSOURI
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GRAIN SAMPLE/TECHNICIAN

The Missouri Department of Agriculture
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Part time
Posted on April 29, 2018

The Missouri Department of Agriculture. Grain Inspection Services Program is recruiting for several part-time Grain Sampler/Technician positions in Kansas City, MO. Starting salary is $11.22 per hr with opportunity to earn an additional $5 per hr pay differential during shuttle train duty. Qualifications: High school graduate or GED. Complete job description and application can be found at https://agriculturemo.applicantpro.com/jobs/

The Missouri Department of Agriculture, located in Jefferson City, Mo., is dedicated to the promotion and protection of the state’s agriculture industry. With nearly 100,000 farms on more than 28 million acres of farmland, the state’s Department of Agriculture works to connect farmers with consumers. Nearly 90% of Missouri’s farms are family owned, and our family farms are committed to producing a safe and secure food supply for customers locally and globally. Additionally, more than one in every ten Missouri jobs are in agriculture and forestry.

The Department of Agriculture houses five divisions including Ag Business Development, Animal Health, Grain Inspection & Warehousing, Plant Industries and Weights, Measures & Consumer Protection. These divisions work each day to promote and protect the backbone of the state’s economy.

When it comes to economic impact, agriculture is a heavy hitter. Between crops, livestock, forestry and fishery production; agriculture inputs and services agriculture inputs and services; food and related products manufacturing and forestry products manufacturing, agriculture’s economic contribution to Missouri totals $88.4 billion.

Missouri is incredibly diverse in what we grow. From corn and soybeans in the north and cotton and rice in the south, all of our commodity groups work together to form one agriculture.

Home to the Plant and Biotechnology Science corridor in St. Louis and the Animal Health Corridor in Kansas City,