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IT Solutions Delivery Manager at Seaboard Foods in Mission, KS



$100K — $150K *


Technology Management


5 - 7 years

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Valid through: 12/9/2020

About Seaboard Foods

Seaboard Corporation is a diverse multinational agribusiness and transportation conglomerate with integrated operations in several industries. In the United States, the company mainly engages in pork production and processing and ocean transportation. Internationally, Seaboard is primarily engaged in commodity merchandising, grain processing, sugar production and electrical power generation. The parent company, Seaboard Corporation based in Merriam, Kansas, operates Seaboard Foods, Seaboard Marine, Seaboard Overseas & Trading Group, Tabacal Agroindustria, Transcontinental Capital Corporation, Ltd., and Mount Dora Farms and additionally has 50% non-controlling interest in Butterball, LLC. Its principal operating divisions are Pork, Commodity Trading and Milling, Marine, Sugar and Power. Seaboard Corporation's subsidiaries and affiliates employ more than 23,000 people in more than 45 different countries, mostly in the U.S., Latin America and Africa. With net sales of approximately $5.6 billion annually, Seaboard Corporation is #481 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list. Stock is traded on the NYSE MKT under the symbol SEB. Seaboard's history and roots are deeply tied to grain, dating back over 100 years. Otto Bresky purchased his first flour mill in Atchison, Kansas, in 1918. During the next 40 years he would purchase additional flour mills, mostly in Kansas, under the name Rodney Milling. In 1959 the company went public through a merger with Hathaway Industries, Inc., a publicly traded company. The name changed to Seaboard Allied Milling Corporation, and stock was traded under the symbol SEB. The newly formed company began concentrating on milling operations closer to major metropolitan areas along the East Coast and in the Southeast. Beginning in the early 1960s Seaboard built five U.S. mills over the course of a 14-year period. The company's first investment outside the U.S. was the joint acquisition of a flour mill in Ecuador. Seaboard later constructed mills in Sierra Leone, Guyana, Liberia and Nigeria. When Otto Bresky retired as Seaboard's Chairman and member of the Board of Directors in 1973, his son H. Harry Bresky took his place. After serving in WWII, Harry joined his father in the milling business and assumed the title of President in 1967, then later CEO. Seaboard built its current corporate headquarters in Merriam, Kansas in 1980. In 1982 Seaboard sold its domestic flour milling division to Cargill, Inc. and changed its name to Seaboard Corporation, while continuing its milling operations outside the U.S. Harry and Seaboard took noticeable steps to diversify the company, initially by entering the poultry industry and by further international investments. Even though Seaboard eventually sold these original poultry interests to ConAgra in 2000 for $375 million, the poultry business proved the efficiency of a vertically integrated business model. This model of integration would continue to be successful in Seaboard's expansion and growth.
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