Careers & Internship

  1. General Manager – Eldorado Farmers Cooperative

    Eldorado Farmers Cooperative, Eldorado, OK, a diverse grain and cotton cooperative in southwest Oklahoma, is searching for a general manager. The company consists of two Lumos cotton gins that gin approximately 75,000 bales per year combined. Most of the cotton is irrigated from both surface and wells. The company also owns a high-speed rail loader on the BNSF lines.  The loader can load a unit train in ten hours.

     The company operates two locations in Oklahoma each with a gin and grain storage facilities, and two locations in Texas, one seasonal grain facility and one liquid fertilizer facility. The total grain storage in the three locations is 3.2 million bu, all in upright metal bins and two additional ground piles. The company has a dry fertilizer facility at Eldorado, OK

    The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader with great communication skills who will bring new and exciting business opportunities to the board for consideration. He/she will develop the staff to maximize productivity while insuring individual job satisfaction and employee growth. This person will take minimal direction from the board, develop plans and implement the plans to move the company to the next level. They must be decisive, forward thinking and willing to conquer every challenge.

    The CEO will be responsible for leadership and overseeing the operation of this dynamic company including budgeting, goal setting and achievement, employee hiring and training, business development and customer satisfaction.

    Qualifications include:  Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in Business, Agricultural Economics, Finance, or other related fields. Incumbent must be able to make decisions and have excellent communication skills.  Must be customer focused, self-motivated, hard-working, have good time management and organizational skills.

    *Interested applicants please send resumes to Jim Warner at


  2. OACC Internship

    The OACC internship program introduces college students to the cooperative business model while providing valuable, hands-on experience. During May-July, interns have the opportunity to experience all facets of daily operations and management of an agricultural cooperative including processing, storing and marketing commodities, consulting on agronomy services such as crop nutrients and crop protection products, operating a feed mill, assisting with inventory, accounting and invoicing operations and, most importantly, providing excellent customer service.

    The OACC internship program offers students more than just a summer job. By gaining real-world experience in agribusiness, many of our interns start down the path to a full-time career. Whether with a local or regional agricultural cooperative or in the Farm Credit system, many interns find a home within the cooperative family.