Mission: Our vision is to be a globally integrated energy, grains and foods system innovatively linking producers with consumers.
CEO Jay Debertin shares a heartfelt message to all CHS Veterans. "The values that have driven our organization since the start - people, integrity, relationships, stewards and shared success - align closely with those of the military." Thank you. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQulF—9 days ago
On behalf of the entire CHS United Way Committee, thank you to everyone who participated in a fun-filled Action Day. United Way was impressed by how quickly our CHS employees worked together to assemble the education kits in under 30 minutes. The event would not have been quite the success without all of your hard work and enthusiasm. Thank you for giving back to our community and helping us gear up for the upcoming CHS United Way Campaign. In addition to the education packs, the participants stuffed over 10,000 backpacks that will be distributed throughout the community. Way to go CHS!—30+ days ago
Just as in 1929, CHS is a farmer-owned cooperative working to help America’s farmers be more successful. Today, because of our belief in shared success and farmer-first values, we’ve grown into a Fortune 100 company that over the past five years has returned nearly $2 billion in cash to our farmer and member cooperative owners. Together, we’re making a difference around the world with our depth of energy, grain and food solutions—not to mention our full range of business services and our commitment to stewardship.
To be a globally integrated energy, grains and foods system innovatively linking producers with consumers.
To grow company profitability and stakeholder value.
At CHS, our values include a tradition of partnership and shared success. We build lasting and mutually rewarding customer relations. We manage our business safely and with the highest integrity. We’re responsible stewards in our communities. Just as importantly, we value our people and their innovative spirit.
At CHS we rely on the depth of knowledge and experience of our employees across 500-plus U.S. locations and 24 other countries to help our producer-owners and customers grow. We’re in the business of growth and our employees’ careers are no exception. CHS is a leading global agribusiness owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States. A fortune 100 company, CHS is diversified in energy, grains and foods.
At CHS, we’re honored to offer veterans and their families a place to grow their careers and make a difference. And we’re proud to have so many who have served and are serving in our ranks.
The values that you and other veterans lived in the military – integrity and accountability, respect, leadership, service, leading with courage, commitment to a job done well – align with the long-held values that make CHS and our cooperative system strong. Military hires bring unique skills and experiences with them to the job making our company stronger – the discipline, attention to detail and ability to quickly problem solve are second to none.
Guided by the values of the American farm families who own us, we offer military veterans career opportunities where they can experience a shared commitment to teamwork and community, and feel right at home while working in one of many CHS hometown locations across rural America.
Right Person. Right Job. See how military skills and experience can fit the bill for CHS and the cooperative system.
Listen to a heartfelt Veteran's Day message from our CEO, Jay Debertin, https://lnkd.in/gMNvaG3
Each year, our drivers log more than 35 million miles delivering products to our customers safely, efficiently and on time.
The latest safety technology and newest equipment doesn’t mean much without qualified, well-trained drivers behind the wheel — drivers like you who do the right things for the right reasons, who like the feeling of helping your neighbor, whether that neighbor is just down the road or across the county.
Hauling fuel products
Our drivers are focused on delivering refined fuels, lubricants, propane, anhydrous ammonia and other products in a safe and timely manner. Drivers must be 21 years or older, pass all DOT requirements, have a clean driving record and Class A CDL. Hazmat, tanker endorsements and a minimum of two years or 200,000 miles of verifiable experience as a tractor trailer driver preferred.
Helping grow healthy crops
Custom applicators drive large equipment to apply fertilizer and crop protection products to farm fields. Off-season responsibilities may include driving trucks and other equipment, and performing warehouse work.
Not a driver, but love working around big rigs?
We’ve got many local opportunities that will put you behind the controls of the latest in agricultural equipment or behind the tools keeping it running.
I worked at CHS Inc full-time (More than 8 years)
Great working environment. Easy to work with people between departments. This makes for hassle free solutions to most problems. What a pleasure.
Honestly, none. Every day was a pleasure to show up to work. Great pay and benefits. Great culture. I was sad to go.
Advice to Management
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at CHS Inc.
I found the interview process to be very enjoyable. While the in-person interview process is a bit long (about 3 hours), it went very fast. I started the day by taking assessment tests, personality wise and logic. From there I met with an HR representative and then finally two people from the marketing and communication department. The two from the communications department ended up being my supervisors for the summer. While it is a long process, it is definitely worth it.