Open Full Time Positions:
All-American Co-op offers several spring and fall seasonal job opportunities to fit your interests—from fertilizer applicators to truck drivers to grain driveway operators and scale attendants. And, if you decide that you’d like to stay with All-American Co-op, there very well could be full-time opportunities available.
- Seasonal Agronomy Positions
- Truck Drivers
- Skid Loader/Forklift Operator
- Loading Dock, Customer Service, Yard Work Assistant
- Seasonal Grain Scale Attendant and Grain Grader
- Seasonal Grain Operations
- Seasonal Grain Operations Laborer
Send completed application to the hiring manager listed on the job posting you are applying for
Attn: Cheryl Simpson
PO Box 125
Stewartville, MN 55976
What is it like to work at All-American Co-op?
At All-American Co-op we know the success of our cooperative is in the hands of our staff. That’s why we believe it’s important to create a positive, enjoyable work environment that promotes hard work and dedication. We’re proud to say that 30- to 40-year careers are the norm at All-American Co-op. We believe this is a reflection on the type of workplace we offer.
“We have a great work environment at All American Co-op,” says dairy production specialist Nate Goeldi. “I feel like I don’t work a day of my life. I get to spend time with customers who are my friends. It’s like a family environment.”
Work environment | We have four locations in southeast Minnesota that operate on a year-round basis. We also have four locations that are open seasonally. Farming is not a 9-to-5 job, and as a cooperative that supports producers, our work is not 9 to 5 either. We encourage employees to be flexible, and overtime opportunities are available during the busy planting and harvesting seasons. We strive to provide a team environment, as well as a learning environment.
Safe place to work | We do not take safety for granted. All-American Co-op partners with USI Insurance to offer in-depth safety training, as well as frequent communication with our safety committee to prevent injuries from occurring. Our employees are our most valuable assets. It’s important we keep everyone up to date on safety through the year.
Community giving | All-American Co-op feels it’s important to be involved in community activities, fundraisers, celebrations and youth development. We encourage our employees to volunteer and become grounded members of their communities. We also believe in giving back to our communities. All-American Co-op supports local 4-H and FFA youth programs through charitable donations, as well as through hands-on support from our staff.
We also strongly believe in feeding the hungry. Through our annual food drive, our cooperative donates substantially to area food pantries. Because of programs available to us via our business partners, we also proudly support area BACPAC programs, which help ensure students have nutritious meals when they are not in school.
Benefits | Our people are our most important asset. That’s why All-American Co-op offers a complete benefits package to all full-time employees. This includes paid time off, paid holidays, flexible spending account, 401k plan with a company match, and health, dental, vision, and life insurance.
Visit our Internship Opportunities page to learn more about our summer internships.
All-American Co-op attends the college career fairs below. At these events, we were looking for both interns and career seekers.
South Dakota State University
Iowa State University
University of Wisconsin River Falls
University of Minnesota Food & Animal Networking Event
Northeast Iowa Community College
Watch for information on college career fairs happening in the fall of 2021.
Agronomy Tech Sponsorship Program through Ridgewater College
Do you enjoy working outside? Would you like some of your school costs to be covered? Do you want a full-time job to be waiting for you upon graduation? If you answered yes to any or all those questions, consider our Agronomy Tech Sponsorship Program.
This program will help you attend the agronomy tech program at Ridgewater College. All-American Co-op will help pay for some of your schooling. If you successfully complete the program, a full-time custom applicator job will be waiting for you at All-American Co-op. This program is a great opportunity.
Aaron Nicklay and Nate Schwanke, past program participants, know all about it!
Aaron Nicklay – Completed the program in 2000
“Every day I’m at work, I get to be out in the field enjoying nature,” Aaron says. “There are days when I get to see awesome, abundant wildlife. I’ve enjoyed every year I’ve worked for All-American, and I bet I’ll enjoy the next 20 years as well!”
Nate Schwanke – Completed the program in 2006
“It was nice not having to worry about a job after graduation,” Nate comments. “It’s a good choice, especially if you enjoy farming and agriculture. I liked the experience I had at Ridgewater, and I’d do it again. I enjoy my full-time job, and I like the growers we work with.”