WHO WE ARE
Safe-Grain, Inc. is a 61 year old company which provides quality control devises to the grain and feed industries. The products we manufacture are used in grain elevators and the equipment used to fill grain elevators. The custom designed and manufactured products provide Grain Aeration Systems (i.e. fans); Grain Temperature Detection, and Dust Control. These devices maintain the quality and usability of the grain, as well as protect against fires and explosions, and help provide a safe working environment.
We are very proud of our role in helping to feed the world. We recently relocated one of our manufacturing facilities to Wapakoneta to accommodate growth. Our second manufacturing location and headquarters are in Loveland Ohio.
WHAT WE DO
We fabricate and test temperature cable assemblies, following blue prints, work orders, and specifications based on our customers’ needs. This involves determining the type and size of cable and fittings, measuring and cutting cables, and assembling fittings onto cables in specific locations. We install many of our products at high elevations or guide contractors to do so. We also explain how our products work to customers and troubleshoot any issues either on site or by phone.
WORKING FOR US MEANS ...
- Meaningful work by helping to feed the world
- Performing a variety of tasks according to established procedures
- The opportunity to make products from start to finish
- Joining a 10-15 person team
- Daily access to management for communication and improvement
- Individual roles and teams of 2-3 technicians
- Shared cost for health insurance
- 401K retirement plan with Company contribution of 3% of salary
- Paid vacation and holidays
- Consistent work historically
- Monday – Friday first shift operations, and occasional overnight travel
We primarily have positions for Electronics Technicians. We also have a few working crew leaders and inventory or shipping specialists who have successfully performed as Electronics Technicians.
Complete the Employment Application on the SafeGrain.com website: