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Looking to Grow?
Spectrum Premium Non-GMO Seed Corn is a company focused on growth: the growth of excellent non-gmo corn crops, the growth of our customers, the growth of our company, and the growth of our people. If you think you might like to grow along with us, check out our current opportunities below and reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to plant the seeds of a potential career with Spectrum!
Seed Consultant (Lafayette, IN)
The Seed Consultants at Spectrum serve a vital role in our growth. They are the main point of contact with the customer base, from sales to service and everything in between. Our Seed Consultants have a passion for sales, a desire to help farmers succeed, and the ability to thrive on a team full of like-minded people.
As a growing company, we provide the opportunity to wear many hats (after all, we’re a seed corn company!) If you are looking for a career where you can truly make an impact on daily basis, let’s talk.
Administrative Assistant (Lafayette, IN)
We have a team full of people that love to make things happen and a company that provides endless opportunities to do so. That leads to a lot of moving parts, and we’re looking for somebody to help us keep them organized. The ideal candidate would be outgoing, organized, and excited to make an impact on a growing company.
If you have experience in an Administrative Assistant or related role and love to work in a high energy, team-focused environment, we want to hear from you!
We are excited to announce Whitney Brand as the newest member of the Spectrum Non-GMO team. Whitney joined us recently as a great addition to our Sales Team, where she will be serving as a Seed Consultant. Whitney graduated from IUPUI with a degree in Communication...read more
Two situations may cause growers to consider replanting. Blog by Bill Gass, Director of Business Development This week many farmers around the corn belt have been looking at fields and trying to determine replant options. According to Iowa State extension agronomists,...read more