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I have been working at Andersons as an intern (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
With this internship you get to do the exact same job as all of the accounting staff. They basically hire you as a full time employee for the summer and depending on how you do can possibly stay on part time in fall. Very good company who cares about employees and easy to take time off. It gets you familiar with all of the other grain companies, which also hire a lot of accounting people in rural places.
In my opinion, it is a great place to start out and get your feet wet, but unless you really like corn, it isn't a forever job. Great pay for an intern $12.60/ hour, but pay doesn't increase that much for actual full time employees, since you can work in the accounting department there without a degree.
Advice to Management
Keep on doing what you're doing! You really seem to care about your company and employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Andersons (Maumee, OH) in April 2015.
Online application with a series of quick questions, uploading your resume, about a fifteen to 20 minute questionnaire, it is a very easy process always allowing you to preview your information and move forward. The online application allows you to log back in check progress and is very informative and clear about the job description and requirements.
- Basic information Answer Question
The Andersons earns its daily bread on a mix of grains, trains, and corncobs. The agricultural company's main business -- the Grain & Ethanol Group -- consists of the buying, conditioning, and reselling of corn, soybeans, and wheat, which it acquires from US grain farmers and stores, using a system of elevators and terminals located in the Midwest. But there's more -- the company has five operating segments. In addition to the Grain & Ethanol Group, its other segments are the Plant Nutrient Group, the Retail Group, the Turf & Specialty Group, and the Rail Group. The...