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Over the past seven years, we have grown from 11 employees to nearly 80. Our potential for expansion and growth is projected to exceed 100 employees sooner rather than later.


Cascade Agronomics, LLC is a full-service agronomy company serving the greater Columbia Basin and Hermiston, OR, areas. From planting to harvest, we provide farmers with the products and service needed to achieve desired results. We are one of the area’s largest providers of natural fertilizers and specialize in the transport and application of cattle and chicken fertilizers.


Cascade Agronomics, LLC

Job Title: MECHANIC

Location: Hermiston, Oregon

Job Description:

Our mechanics are seasoned professionals accustomed to thriving in a fast-paced work environment. He or she is a highly responsible career professional who is willing to work hard, provide high quality service, has the ability to make competent repairs, maintain all fleet vehicles and equipment, and respond immediately to breakdowns and emergencies, if needed.

The following qualifications are needed to be considered for this position:

  • 5-10+ years of experience required; 10+ years preferred
  • Class A CDL required
  • Must own an advanced set of tools to complete repairs
  • Advanced training or education in mechanical repairs on agricultural, heavy equipment, and trucks
  • Ability and desire to work in a fast paced environment
  • Good leadership and time management skills
  • Be dependable and responsive to emergency and day-to-day situations
  • Have the ability to diagnose problems and make needed repairs
  • Schedule and perform maintenance and repairs on fleet vehicles and equipment
  • Assist with keeping fleet vehicles and equipment in good working condition
  • Ensure that fleet vehicles and equipment are repaired and serviced properly to avoid delayed operation
  • Perform pre-and-post trip fleet vehicle and equipment inspections
  • Excellent record-keeping skills
  • Properly document, complete, and submit necessary maintenance and repair records
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomic policies at all times and in all places
  • Maintain a clean and professional appearance
  • Ability to get along well with others
  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Assist fellow employees as needed
  • Working knowledge of computers
  • Clean MVR and driving record
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to lift
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Ability to work odd hours particularly during peak seasons
  • Have the ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent education desired
  • Must comprehend basic math
  • Willingly participate in drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to assist in any and all areas needed

Cascade Agronomics, LLC, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and proud to support the employment of our Veterans and other under-served populations.

Company:Cascade Agronomics, LLC

Job Title:DUMP TRUCK DRIVER

Location:Moses Lake, WA

Cascade Agronomics is a full-service agronomy company serving the greater Columbia Basin and Hermiston, OR, areas. From planting to harvest, we provide farmers with the products and service needed to achieve desired results. We are one of the area’s largest providers of natural fertilizers and specialize in the transport and application of cattle and chicken fertilizers.

Job Objective: To be responsible for the safe and lawful operation of dump trucks from site locations to the field.

Job Description: The Dump Truck Driver is a member of the composting crew that prepares and processes natural fertilizers for delivery to composting sites and the field.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, and agreements are required for this position:

  • 3-5+ years of experience required; 5+ years of experience preferred
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent education desired
  • Must comprehend basic math
  • Class A or Class B CDL
  • Dependable, professional, and responsive
  • Schedule necessary maintenance and repairs
  • Assist with keeping dump truck in good working condition
  • Ensure dump truck is serviced and repaired properly to avoid operational delays
  • Perform pre-and post-trip equipment inspections
  • Excellent record-keeping skills
  • Properly document, complete, and submit necessary maintenance and repair records
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomics, LLC, policies at all times and in all places
  • Maintain a clean and professional appearance
  • Ability to get along well with others
  • Maintain polite, respectful, and positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Assist fellow employees as needed
  • Working knowledge of computers
  • Clean MVR and driving record
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Ability to lift
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Ability to work odd hours particularly during peak seasons
  • Have the ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently as a second language
  • Willingly participate in drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to assist and work in any or all areas as needed

Company: Cascade Agronomics, LLC

Job Title: FERTILIZER OPERATION SPECIALIST

Location: Hermiston, Oregon

Job Objective: To engage in all facets of feedlot-to-field preparation of natural fertilizer products and moving heavy equipment from one job site to another

Job Description: The Fertilizer Operation Specialist plays an integral role in the success and profitability of the Company. He or she is a multi-faceted, multi-tasked, highly organized professional directly responsible for the timely preparation, loading, and transporting of natural fertilizer products for field application; and, using a lowboy to move equipment from location to location.

The following qualifications and abilities are needed to be considered for this position:

  • High School Diploma; GED/High School Equivalency
  • 2-5+ years of farming, truck driving, and/or fertilizer application experience
  • Possess a current Class A CDL license with endorsements
  • Experience with flatbeds, lowboys, turners, screeners, loaders, and dump trucks desired and preferred
  • Background in farming desired and preferred
  • Advanced understanding of field operations, recordkeeping, reporting, and support services
  • Solid math skills
  • Following all established safety regulations and applicator’s protocol
  • Mandatory inspection and proper maintenance of all application equipment
  • Schedule repairs with truck shop manager
  • Guarantee the timely submission of all paperwork to Hermiston office assistant
  • Engage in good communication practices with customers
  • Mandatory pre-season inspection of all equipment so it is field ready
  • Multi-tasking and excellent time management while also working as a seated applicator
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Submit crucial reports and records immediately
  • Excellent decision-making skills and the ability to make good judgment calls
  • Exceptional record keeping and reporting skills
  • Facilitate communication between Divisions, managers, staff, and employees
  • Contribute to the improvement of processes and procedures
  • Responsible for the security of assets, inventories, supplies, and equipment
  • Document and submit incident reports immediately
  • Identify redundancies to reduce waste
  • Possess high levels of confidentiality and trustworthiness
  • Willingness to sign company Confidentiality Agreement; and a Non-Compete Agreement if applicable
  • Sound interpersonal skills with the ability to clearly communicate and collaborate with others
  • Goal-oriented and driven with attention to detail
  • Exemplary customer service skills
  • High levels of personal accountability
  • Encourage team building and good employee relations to cultivate a congenial and collegial Company Culture
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomics, LLC, policies at all times and in all places
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Entry to intermediate-level knowledge of computers, software programs, and applications
  • Clean DMV and driving record
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently
  • Willingness to participate in random drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to assist and work in any or all areas as needed

RATE OF PAY: DOE plus overtime (Average overtime: 15 hours per week)

CASCADE AGRONOMICS, LLC

Job Title:Front End Loader Operator

Location:Moses Lake, WA

Cascade Agronomics is a full-service agronomy company serving the greater Columbia Basin and Hermiston, OR, areas. From planting to harvest, we provide farmers with the products and service needed to achieve desired results. We are one of the area’s largest providers of natural fertilizers and specialize in the transport and application of cattle and chicken fertilizers.

Job Objective:

To engage in the safe and efficient the loading of natural fertilizer into trucks for transportation and delivery to the processing site

Job Description:

The Front End Loader Operator is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of front-end loaders for placing natural fertilizer into trucks. He or she must be cognizant of their surroundings and attentive to the presence of humans, animals, and other vehicles in the workplace environment.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, and agreements are required for this position:

  • High School Graduate; GED/High School Equivalency desired

  • Minimum one (1) year experience required

  • Farming or agricultural background desired

  • Experience operating heavy equipment in agricultural settings

  • Class A CDL preferred

  • Certifications desired

  • Construction and/or farming experience preferred

  • Experience operating a John Deere 624 or larger desired

  • Guarantee pre-and-post work inspections on equipment

  • Guarantee thorough lubrication of equipment

  • Maintain a clean and professional looking cab

  • Notify direct supervisor of any problems or needed repairs

  • Ability to operate inside livestock pens and tight quarters under diverse soil conditions

  • Alert and attentive to the presence of humans, animals, structures, and vehicles in the work area

  • Ability to keep loader bucket free of residual product buildup

  • Conduct pre-and-post inspections on lubrication, tires, and moving parts

  • Guarantee radiator is clean, free of debris, and excessive dust accumulations

  • Keep air filter clean and conduct weekly inspection

  • Guarantee 100% visibility at all times by keeping the windshield and all windows clean

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Submit crucial reports and records immediately, if applicable

  • Excellent decision-making skills and the ability to make good judgment calls

  • Exceptional record keeping and reporting skills if applicable

  • Facilitate communication between Divisions, managers, staff, and employees

  • Contribute to the improvement of processes and procedures

  • Responsible for the security of assets, inventories, supplies, and equipment

  • Document and submit incident reports immediately

  • Identify redundancies to reduce waste

  • Possess high levels of confidentiality and trustworthiness

  • Willingness to sign company Confidentiality Agreement; and a Non-Compete Agreement if applicable

  • Sound interpersonal skills with the ability to clearly communicate and collaborate with others

  • Goal-oriented and driven with attention to detail

  • Exemplary customer service skills

  • High levels of personal accountability

  • Encourage team building and good employee relations to cultivate a congenial and collegial Company culture

  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomics, LLC, policies at all times and in all places

  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor

  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees

  • Entry to intermediate-level knowledge of computers, software programs, and applications

  • Clean MVR and driving record

  • Attend all meetings and trainings

  • Ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently as a second language

  • Willingness to participate in random drug and alcohol testing

  • Willingness to assist and work in any or all areas as needed

CASCADE AGRONOMICS, LLC

Moses Lake, WA Hermiston, OR

Job Title: TRUCK DRIVER POSITION WITH BENEFITS

ROUTES: North Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, Canada.

Location: Moses Lake, WA

Job Description: We are seeking an experienced transportation professional focused on customer service, timely delivery, and operating vehicles in a safe and lawful manner.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, competencies, and agreements are required for this position:

  • High School Graduate; GED/HS Equivalency
  • Class A or Class B CDL
  • Hold a current medical card
  • Basic knowledge of DOT rules, regulations, and policies
  • Basic math skills required
  • Ability to properly log service and service hours in log book
  • Ability to calculate scale tickets
  • Ability to operate scale
  • Execute pre-and-post trip inspections
  • Proper basic maintenance of truck and trailer including checking of fluid, lubrication, and tire pressure levels
  • Ability to engage and disengage a variety of trailers including belt hoppers and trailer
  • Ability to properly load, tarp, and scale a variety of products
  • Ability to read maps and follow directions
  • Ability to lift 80 to 100 lbs.
  • Communicate with mechanics on all maintenance and repair issues
  • Keep the interior and exterior of trucks in professional and clean condition
  • Ability to chain truck and trailer as needed
  • Notify office of any missing truck or trailer insurance endorsements
  • Ability to climb ladders and shovel
  • Inspect trailer bed for residue build-up and clean when needed
  • Unload product in correct patterns and locations
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Submit crucial reports and records immediately
  • Excellent decision-making skills and the ability to make good judgment calls
  • Exceptional record keeping and reporting skills
  • Facilitate communication between Divisions, managers, staff, and employees
  • Contribute to the improvement of processes and procedures
  • Responsible for the security of assets, inventories, supplies, and equipment
  • Document and submit incident reports immediately
  • Identify redundancies to reduce waste
  • Possess high levels of confidentiality and trustworthiness
  • Willingness to sign company Confidentiality Agreement; and a Non-Compete Agreement if applicable
  • Sound interpersonal skills
  • Goal-oriented and driven with attention to detail
  • Exemplary customer service skills
  • High levels of personal accountability
  • Encourage team building
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomics/Basin Farming policies at all times and in all places
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Entry to intermediate-level knowledge of computers, software programs, and applications
  • Clean DMV and driving record
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently
  • Willingness to participate in random drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to pay for physical
  • Willingness to assist or work in any or all areas as needed

CASCADE AGRONOMICS, LLC

Moses Lake, WA Hermiston, OR

Job Title: Custom Fertilizer Applicator

Location: Hermiston, Oregon

Job Description: We are currently recruiting three (3) experienced dry fertilizer applicators and two (2) experienced spray applicators for immediate employment.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, competencies, and agreements are required for this position:

  • HS graduate; college courses and/or specialized training in agronomy, chemistry, or related discipline preferred
  • 2-5+ years of pesticide, plant nutrients, and fertilizer application experience
  • Hold a current chemical applicator’s license; ability to obtain licensing in Oregon Washington, & Idaho
  • Background in farming desired & preferred
  • Solid math skills with the ability to mix product & accurately calculate per acre measurements
  • Follow all established applicator’s protocol and safety regulations
  • Class A CDL desired and preferred
  • Advanced understanding of field operations, recordkeeping, reporting, agronomy, & support services
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Excellent decision-making skills & the ability to make good judgment calls
  • Excellent record-keeping skills
  • Exemplary customer service skills
  • Timely execution & submission of all schedules, reports, & maintenance records
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, & Cascade Agronomics policies at all times and in all places

CASCADE AGRONOMICS, LLC Moses Lake, WA Hermiston, OR

IMPORTANT: Job seekers expecting or wanting to commute from neighboring states should NOT apply for this position. The professional chosen for this position MUST reside in Moses Lake, Washington, and the immediate surrounding areas; or, be willing to relocate and reside full-time in Moses Lake, Washington.

Job Title: Controller

Location: Moses Lake, WA

Job Description: The Controller will employ advanced strategies for achieving a 10 % net minimum return, increasing Company growth by 15% -20% per year, while meeting all banking covenants. The Controller will monitor the Company’s financial condition at all times by instituting financial safeguards, protecting assets through stringent internal controls, the timely management of AP/AR accounts, and reducing waste and redundancies.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, competencies, and agreements are required for this position:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, or related discipline required; advanced business and accounting degrees and training preferred
  • Experience: 5-7+ years; 10+ years preferred
  • Honest in his or her personal and business dealings
  • Ability to immediately initiate corrective actions
  • Establish, monitor, and enforce all Company policies and procedures
  • Protect assets through stringent internal controls
  • Experience with asset management strategies such as Six or Lean Sigma
  • Monitor the Company’s financial condition at all times
  • Submit weekly and monthly financial reports
  • Schedule and conduct internal audits
  • Limit risk and maximize return on assets
  • Protect Company assets from potential damage and loss
  • Develop and prepare budgets
  • Collect, analyze, and consolidate financial data for all operations
  • Achieve or exceed bottom line budget objectives
  • Monitor agricultural industry trends
  • Comply with all federal, state, and local legal requirements
  • Adhere to all Company policies at all times and in all places
  • Advanced knowledge of financial software
  • Proven record of exemplary business and financial management
  • Advanced experience in auditing, accounting, and Corporate finance
  • Tracking budget and expenses
  • Operate with Company performance and management practices in mind
  • Participate in professional development activities
  • Ensure complete confidentiality in all matters
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Submit crucial reports and records immediately
  • Excellent decision-making skills and the ability to make good judgment calls
  • Exceptional record keeping and reporting skills
  • Facilitate communication between Divisions, managers, staff, and employees
  • Contribute to the improvement of processes and procedures
  • Responsible for the security of assets, inventories, supplies, and equipment
  • Identify redundancies to reduce waste
  • Possess high levels of confidentiality and trustworthiness
  • Willingness to sign company Confidentiality Agreement and a Non-Compete Agreement if applicable
  • Sound communication and interpersonal skills
  • Goal-oriented and driven with attention to detail
  • Exemplary customer service skills
  • High levels of personal accountability
  • Encourage team building and good employee relations
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Intermediate-level knowledge of computers, software programs, and applications
  • Clean DMV and driving record
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently
  • Willingness to participate in random drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to assist and work in any or all areas as needed

CASCADE AGRONOMICS, LLC Moses Lake, WA Hermiston, OR

Job Title: Certified Crop Consultant or Agronomist

Location: Hermiston, OR

Job Objective: To engage in relationship building, provide competent crop and soil evaluations, and participate in the active and consistent sale of all products and services marketed and sold by Cascade Agronomics, LLC.

Job Description: The Certified Crop Consultant or Agronomist is a highly motivated member of the customer’s crop production team. He or she assists the customer in crop management by evaluating soil quality, assessing environmental and economic conditions, and creating plans and strategies for seed, fertilizer, planting, and pest control leading to increased yield. He or she is a problem solver who listens and provides the best advice possible.

The following responsibilities, skills, experience, education, knowledge, competencies, and agreements are required for this position:

  • Proof of college degree mandatory; BS in Agronomy, Soil Science, or related agricultural discipline; Certified Crop Consultant desired
  • AA in Agriculture; Equivalent experience with certification considered
  • 3-5 years of advanced experience required
  • Chemical and mandatory licensing required
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Submit crucial reports and records immediately
  • Excellent decision-making skills and the ability to make good judgment calls
  • Exceptional record keeping and reporting skills
  • Facilitate communication between Divisions, managers, staff, and employees
  • Contribute to the improvement of processes and procedures
  • Responsible for the security of assets, inventories, supplies, and equipment
  • Document and submit incident reports immediately
  • Identify redundancies to reduce waste
  • Possess high levels of confidentiality and trustworthiness
  • Willingness to sign company Confidentiality Agreement; and a Non-Compete Agreement if applicable
  • Sound interpersonal skills with the ability to clearly communicate and collaborate with others
  • Goal-oriented and driven with attention to detail
  • Exemplary customer service skills
  • High levels of personal accountability
  • Encourage team building and good employee relations to cultivate a congenial and collegial Company Culture
  • Comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Cascade Agronomics/Basin Farming policies at all times and in all places
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Maintain polite, respectful, positive communication with customers and fellow employees
  • Entry to intermediate-level knowledge of computers, software programs, and applications
  • Clean DMV and driving record
  • Attend all meetings and trainings
  • Ability to read, write, comprehend, and speak English fluently
  • Willingness to participate in random drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to assist and work in all areas as needed