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  • Sales & Marketing Manager #11534

    Sales and Marketing Manager Job-New Hampshire, NH-$80K-$115K If you thrive in the supercharged atmosphere of a new startup enterprise - if you are energized by bringing a new product and a new brand to the market - if you desire the chance to be a prime mover in an exciting new venture, to put your mark on the organization - if you want to be part of the movement to get people to 'eat healthy' ...

    Posted at April 6, 2016 | By : | Categories : Hot Jobs | Comments Off on Sales & Marketing Manager #11534
  • Doug Stoiber – Food & Produce Recruiting Consultant

    January 8th of 2016 marks the one year anniversary of Doug Stoiber’s Food and Produce recruiting practice with Ag 1 Source, and the year has presented a variety of rewarding opportunities. Stoiber developed relationships with several top companies in the food and produce industry –  two major supply chain management firms; grower/packers in Ohio, California and North Carolina; a national broadline distributor; and a diversified produce supply chain firm – to recruit top performers in ...

    Posted at January 13, 2016 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | Comments Off on Doug Stoiber – Food & Produce Recruiting Consultant
  • Doug Stoiber Quoted in October Issue of Blueprints

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Doug Stoiber Quoted in October issue of Bluprints, the quarterly journal of Blue Book Services, Inc.   Are You Ready?  10 Thoughts on Changing Your Job or Career by Karen Raugust Excerpt from the article: ...Doug Stoiber, a recruiting consultant at Ag1Source in Hesston, KS, agrees, finding employees may have a “heightened sensitivity to the lack of permanence in their position,” which he likens to a ‘ticking time bomb.’ Other jobseekers, he explains, are motivated ...

    Posted at October 5, 2015 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | Comments Off on Doug Stoiber Quoted in October Issue of Blueprints
  • Rich Jiwanlal Featured in CropLife Magazine

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "The Importance Of Employee On-Boarding" article featured in the September issue of CropLife magazine written by Senior HR Consultant, Rich Jiwanlal. The Importance Of Employee On-Boarding The importance of employee on-boarding has been known for a long time. However, only a select few employers have a program in place that provides enough structure and discipline to gain the level of employee success and retention they are seeking. Many on-boarding programs fail to ...

    Posted at September 24, 2014 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | 0 Comment
  • Anne Webster To Join The Agronomy and Seed Team

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ag 1 Source Announces Anne Webster to Join the Agronomy and Seed Team Hesston, KS – January 20, 2014– Ag 1 Source, the most trusted and reliable recruiting firm in the agriculture industry, today announced that Anne Webster, based in Paw Paw, MI, will join the Agronomy and Seed industry practice team. Anne brings with her a diverse background in sales, management, and marketing roles within the area she now serves, having spent ...

    Posted at January 20, 2014 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | 0 Comment
  • Mike Smith Featured in Kansas Farmer Article

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ag 1 Source's Mike Smith Featured in the Kansas Farmer article, "Company is agriculture matchmaker" Getting a job in a troubled economy is tough. For the past year, the national unemployment rate has hovered around 9%, and though there are signs of recovery, numerous résumés are stacked on desks around the country. In Hesston, résumés and their owners are considered every day for positions in the agronomy, grain, energy, livestock and ag equipment industries. The team at ...

    Posted at August 31, 2011 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | 0 Comment
  • Improve Your References!

    Why are references so important to a candidate referral?  Occasionally, I run across a candidate that is a reluctant to share references until there is certainty an offer is going to be forthcoming.  Or, they may provide references, but ask that they not be contacted because they are very busy professionals and the candidate is uneasy about having someone contact them regularly.   Perhaps, there is a fear that the call will be a ...

    Posted at June 17, 2011 | By : | Categories : Ag 1 Source News | 0 Comment