Dairy Jobs

Dairy Nutritionist – New England
Major feed company seeks Dairy Nutritionist to provide field support, formulation and pricing support in New England. Position will be tailored to the skills of the person hired.

To be considered for this role candidates must be willing to live in Vermont, be available for limited overnight travel and possess a PhD in dairy nutrition.

Dairy Nutritionist – west USA tech support
National direct-to-farm dairy nutrition company with growing sales force seeks a PhD Dairy Nutritionist to troubleshoot problems on dairy farms, develop the technical skills of their consultants and provide feedback to corporate with product development ideas.   Company is expanding and looking to hire an ambitious dairy nutritionist who can help develop this role.

Dairy Nutritionist – Field Tech Support
Wanted: Dairy Nutritionist who enjoys a team approach to help a good team build their skills, service their customers and feed cows optimally.

Live ANYWHERE IN MICHIGAN and office from your home

Dairy Nutrition Manager
Dairy Nutritionist wanted for multi-faceted leadership role with a high profile, east coast market leader. The formal job title is Dairy Business Unit Manager.

Dairy Tech Mgr – Feed Additives
Can you help these cows?  Be their Hero!  We have a client who knows cows who want to use their product.  The cows know it, the client’s sales reps knows it.  The only person who isn’t convinced is the Dairy Nutritionist who writes the ration.  This is where you come in.  You can be their hero!  Our client desires to hire a Technical Services Manager to help the sales reps explain the science and benefits of a highly-researched probiotic and silage inoculants to corporate and independent nutritionists and veterinarians.

To be considered for these Dairy  jobs, send your resume to Rick Pascual at rick@consearch.com.

If this position isn’t exactly right, but it’s close, contact Rick to see what other jobs we’re trying to fill.

Rick Pascual, CPC  

Dairy Nutrition Jobs in Michigan

Recruiter Rick Pascual

Rick joined Continental Search in January 2015 and is focused on recruiting dairy sales and sales management

professionals for feed manufacturers and their suppliers.  Rick is a Certified Personnel Consultant, having passed the National Association of Personnel Consultants exam in November 2015.

  • rick@consearch.com (GTALK)
  • opnd.rpascual (SKYPE)
  • 302-544-9288 (Work)

Rick’s tips for creating a great resume for a dairy feed sales job

  • Quantify your business by the number of farms who buy their ration from you and show the number of animals that you feed on those farms.
  • Qualify your accomplishments include sales training you received, awards you have won, sales increases you have created.  
  • Describe your product line.  
  • Describe your employer.  
  • Describe your customer base including the average herd size.  
  • Define your exact territory if possible.  
  • List ARPAS certification if you have it.  
  • List formulation software with which you have practical experience.

Consider these two examples.

Dairy Feed Sales – XYZ Cooperative, Anytown, WI           2012 – Present

Managed a territory for a regional feed additive company.  Presidents Award winner 2013.

Dairy Feed Sales – XYZ Cooperative, Anytown, WI           2012 – Present

1 of 8 dairy nutrition reps working for a regional cooperative with 3 branches.  Responsible for customers in a 4 county area, centered in Madison.  Responsible for the ration (using Brill) on 40 dairy farms with an average herd size of 150.  Managing the largest area for this cooperative.  Increased sales year over year at a minimum rate of 12% annualized.  Customers included 3 of the top 5 producing dairies in Dane County.  Winner of Presidents Award in 2013 for largest annual sales increase in the company.

Which do you believe will draw the most interest?