Careers in Ag Manufacturing

There are a variety of exciting careers to pursue in agriculture manufacturing – allowing people who love agriculture and its way of life to combine their career passions with a passion for agriculture. Often, these job opportunities are in rural locations. Agricultural manufacturing jobs involve the creation of new products either from raw materials or by assembling different components through physical, chemical or mechanical means. Some agricultural manufacturing is highly automated, but there are still many positions available in different fields. Those who begin a career in agricultural manufacturing can also experience growth. Some individuals begin on a production floor, move to quality assurance or control and earn promotions to management or logistics. Engineers and project managers also excel in this field. The type of jobs available depend on the size of the company and the goods being produced, a varied skill set or list of responsibilities depends on the individual position.

If you are looking for a better understanding of the types of innovative and dynamic companies that are part of the agriculture manufacturing industry to determine an exciting career path for your future, check out the company profiles below.

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Parts Order Desk Team Member

Job No: HM202219 Location: Vonda, SK

Highline Manufacturing Ltd. is a fast paced dynamic subsidiary of Bourgault Industries Ltd. We are located in Vonda, SK and manufacture high quality, need driven, agricultural and industrial equipment. We focus on our customer at all levels of our business.

We are looking for a hands-on, self-motivated individual to join our Customer Service team!

What Does Highline Offer?

  • Competitive wages 
  • Performance based pay increases
  • Health & Dental benefits and a health spending account
  • Retirement savings plan
  • Company-wide profit sharing, and more!


  • Provide dealer/customer parts support for all Highline products
  • Order entry and coordination for any order - domestic, international or intercompany
  • Coordinate and prioritize parts orders through production planning and the service parts warehouse to ensure customer needs are met
  • Process Engineering change bulletins as they pertain to inventory of service parts and set stock accordingly
  • Manage parts stock inventory and make adjustments as necessary
  • Provide feedback to Highline Engineering/Marketing regarding part failures with the purpose of resolving field related concerns
  • Competently assess warranty claims and work toward elimination of the root cause


  • Parts management course (SIAST) or equivalent Business Administration diploma is an asset
  • A minimum of 1 year parts order desk experience. Dealership experience is an asset
  • Word processing and data management
  • Strong customer service orientation, with an ability to provide professional, solution-focused parts support
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to balance multiple priorities
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work both work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to think critically and analytically solve problems
  • Conceptual ability and root cause analysis problem solving ability is a must
  • Ability to work in an environment that supports self-directed behavior and decision making

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Territory Manager

Location: Remote / Work-From-Home, Prairies Canada

Honey Bee Manufacturing Ltd., a Canadian agriculture equipment manufacturer has an opening for a Territory Manager to cover eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Territory Manager will participate as a member of the Sales/Service team, and is responsible for promoting, selling, managing and servicing Honey Bee’s current product lines in their assigned territory. The Territory Manager is to maintain a professional, well informed and positive attitude towards dealers and end users. 

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Identify and develop new dealer opportunities
  • Manage and direct farm implement dealers/dealer development in eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba
  • Ensure that dealers are informed of current products and promotions
  • Participate in dealer / customer sales and technical schools
  • Communicate information from dealers to the appropriate personnel and management groups
  • Maintain high level of product and technical knowledge
  • Collecting all receivables on accounts in assigned territory
  • Manage service related issues

Skills Required:

  • Well-honed interpersonal skills
  • Sales background would be an asset
  • Agrarian background preferred
  • Ability to troubleshoot
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Good work ethic
  • Ability to work independently


  • Industry competitive salary with benefits package
  • Company vehicle provided
  • Company credit card provided

The Territory Manager reports to the Sales Manager.

Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

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Production Labourer

Job No: BIL202107 Location: St. Brieux, SK

Bourgault Industries is looking for Production Labourers to join our manufacturing team in St. Brieux, SK. Bourgault Industries has a fast paced, collaborative environment with lots of opportunity for personal and professional growth. If you are motivated, attentive to detail and enjoy hands-on work, this is the job for you!

What does Bourgault offer?

  • Competitive wages 
  • Performance based pay increases
  • Afternoon shift premium ($2.50/hour)
  • Health & Dental benefits and a health spending account
  • Relocation/Rental Subsidy to assist with the expenses associated with moving to, or within commuting distance of the community.
  • Retirement Savings Plan
  • Company-wide profit sharing, and more!

The Opportunity

Bourgault Industries is looking for production team members in our Front End, Paint, and Assembly areas to produce products that meet Bourgault’s high quality standards. Entry-level applicants are welcome to apply. No Experience is required & training will be provided!

Responsibilities of these jobs include but are not limited to:

  • Following detailed procedures in the designated department
  • Operating front end equipment including CNC and manual machines
  • Blasting, coating, hanging and packaging parts
  • Assemble products coming into assembly areas from internal and external suppliers

Skills &Qualifications:

  • Mechanical aptitude with the ability to use power tools and read blueprints is an asset
  • Strong communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Willing to work 2-week rotating shift
  • Able to perform physical work
  • Attention to detail and ability to multi-task
  • Willingness to learn!

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