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Commodity Broker IV

CHS has an exciting opportunity in our CHS Hedging Division. We are looking for a Commodity Broker to gain new business and sustain existing accounts by focusing on strong customer service, solicitation and networking. You must be detail-oriented, analytical and a team player with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
You will:



  • Perform market analysis to support the hedging and trading decisions which maximizes profit potential while effectively managing the risk of our customer base.

  • Provide customer service to retain and expand current business plus solicit new business.

  • Manage the positions, delivery and options for all assigned accounts and/or commodities. Work with OTC vendors and determine market prices.

  • Develop opportunities in hedging, basis trading, farmer programs, transportation planning and government programs.

  • Provide guidance and direction to other market analysts in regard to markets and CHS business development.

  • Prepare and deliver presentations to commercial customers, farm groups and industry meetings.

  • Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions.


Basic Qualifications: (required)



  • Bachelor's degree

  • 7 plus years of experience with commodity trading, research and technical analysis to include composing market/commodity reports

  • Series 3 license with the ability to register with the NFA

  • Knowledge of grain and livestock marketing as well as agriculture production methods

  • Ability to travel up to 20% including overnight occasionally


Preferred Qualifications: (preferred)



  • Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Economics, Agriculture Business or Livestock Production

  • Knowledge of feed ingredient trading and procurement

  • Supervisory experience

  • Experience working with the large and complex customers





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