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Based in Rheems, Pennsylvania, The Wenger Group™ is a comprehensive Agricultural Company offering Feed, Ingredients, Eggs and Egg Marketing, Flock Services, and Pullet Growing. The Wenger Group™ includes Wenger Feeds, Nutrify: Performance Ingredient Solutions, Dutchland Farms, and Risser Grain.

We’re a stable company with strong core values, great benefits, competitive wage structure, and a safe and healthy work environment.
Benefits
For all full-time team members, we offer full medical, dental and vision insurance. All team members are eligible to participate in a Profit Sharing Plan with an employer match. Each team member has the potential to earn a yearly bonus based on the achievement of company goals.

Full-time team members with at least three years of service are eligible to participate in our Wenger’s Feed Mill Foundation Scholarship Program.

We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team. As a progressive company with strong core values, we offer a professional working environment and a competitive benefits package as well as the opportunity for personal and professional growth.

The Wenger Group is a drug-free workplace. All positions require candidates to pass a pre-employment drug test.

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101 West Harrisburg Ave.
P.O. Box 26
Rheems, PA 17570

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Transportation

Class A CDL Driver for Rheems/Mount Joy, Night Shift
Class A CDL Driver for Spring Glen, Night Shift
Class A CDL Driver for Muncy, Night Shift
Truck Service Technician, 2nd Shift, Elizabethtown, PA
Driver for Turbotville
Driver for Red Lion/Holtwood

 

 

Operations

Mill Technician, Mount Joy, PA
Mill Shift Supervisor, Mount Joy, PA

 

 

Office

Relationship Manager – Sales & Marketing
Grain Buyer – Nutrify 
Software Developer
IT Project Manager
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
IT Security Manager
JDE Analyst

All office positions and internships are in Rheems, PA.

Page updated January, 16, 2020
Thank you for your interest in employment with The Wenger Group.

Transportation

Feed Driver
Night Shift
Rheems/Mount Joy, PA
This individual is responsible to load, transport and unload feed between the mill and the customer and ensure the care of company and customer property.
Essential Job Functions:
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspection – assuring the safety of the vehicle.
Drive in a safe manner.
Load the correct feed from the appropriate bin, close bin and visually check the quality of feed and take sample of each order delivered – follow proper feed sampling procedures and wear required safety equipment.
Deliver feed to correct farm and bin number in a timely and efficient manner.
Report, clean up and properly dispose of feed spills.
Maintain a clean and orderly vehicle and inform supervisor of vehicle problems.
Maintain a neat and clean personal appearance.
Maintain proper company image on highway and on farm (e.g., proper equipment maintenance and attire). Report any problems observed in dealing with customers.
At times, deliver loads of a Gross Weight of 95,000 lbs.
Perform all duties to assure high quality CSA scores are maintained.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Needed:
Valid (Class A) CDL and good driving record Endorsements “N” Tank;
Air Brakes Ability to handle flexible hours at times
Successful completion of DOT Physical and Drug screen
Ability to work in dusty environment Ability to handle “on the road” situations that develop from time to time (snow – ice-accidents)
Ability to work at 15’ heights consistently Ability to climb ladders consistently
Ability to lift up to 66 pounds on occasion
Basic math skills
Ability to handle permit size loads possibly grossing 95,000 lbs.
Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

Feed Driver
Night Shift
Spring Glen, PA
This individual is responsible to load, transport and unload feed between the mill and the customer and ensure the care of company and customer property.
Essential Job Functions:
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspection – assuring the safety of the vehicle.
Drive in a safe manner.
Load the correct feed from the appropriate bin, close bin and visually check the quality of feed and take sample of each order delivered – follow proper feed sampling procedures and wear required safety equipment.
Deliver feed to correct farm and bin number in a timely and efficient manner.
Report, clean up and properly dispose of feed spills.
Maintain a clean and orderly vehicle and inform supervisor of vehicle problems.
Maintain a neat and clean personal appearance.
Maintain proper company image on highway and on farm (e.g., proper equipment maintenance and attire). Report any problems observed in dealing with customers.
At times, deliver loads of a Gross Weight of 95,000 lbs.
Perform all duties to assure high quality CSA scores are maintained.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Needed:
Valid (Class A) CDL and good driving record Endorsements “N” Tank;
Air Brakes Ability to handle flexible hours at times
Successful completion of DOT Physical and Drug screen
Ability to work in dusty environment Ability to handle “on the road” situations that develop from time to time (snow – ice-accidents)
Ability to work at 15’ heights consistently Ability to climb ladders consistently
Ability to lift up to 66 pounds on occasion
Basic math skills
Ability to handle permit size loads possibly grossing 95,000 lbs.
Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

Feed Driver
Night Shift
Muncy, PA
This individual is responsible to load, transport and unload feed between the mill and the customer and ensure the care of company and customer property.
Essential Job Functions:
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspection – assuring the safety of the vehicle.
Drive in a safe manner.
Load the correct feed from the appropriate bin, close bin and visually check the quality of feed and take sample of each order delivered – follow proper feed sampling procedures and wear required safety equipment.
Deliver feed to correct farm and bin number in a timely and efficient manner.
Report, clean up and properly dispose of feed spills.
Maintain a clean and orderly vehicle and inform supervisor of vehicle problems.
Maintain a neat and clean personal appearance.
Maintain proper company image on highway and on farm (e.g., proper equipment maintenance and attire). Report any problems observed in dealing with customers.
At times, deliver loads of a Gross Weight of 95,000 lbs.
Perform all duties to assure high quality CSA scores are maintained.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Needed:
Valid (Class A) CDL and good driving record Endorsements “N” Tank;
Air Brakes Ability to handle flexible hours at times
Successful completion of DOT Physical and Drug screen
Ability to work in dusty environment Ability to handle “on the road” situations that develop from time to time (snow – ice-accidents)
Ability to work at 15’ heights consistently Ability to climb ladders consistently
Ability to lift up to 66 pounds on occasion
Basic math skills
Ability to handle permit size loads possibly grossing 95,000 lbs.
Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

Truck Service Technician
Elizabethtown, PA
This individual is responsible for general vehicle maintenance and repair of Wenger Feeds’ owned vehicles.
Essential Job Functions
General commercial motor vehicle, commercial tank trailer, and small vehicle repair and maintenance.
Handle on-call duties as scheduled.
Other duties as determined by the Truck Service Technician Leader.
This individual is responsible for general vehicle maintenance and repair of Wenger Feeds’ owned vehicles.
Qualifications Needed
Possess truck mechanic experience and ability to effectively diagnose and repair motor vehicles.
Possession of a valid class Class A CDL license is preferred, along with a good driving record.
Endorsements: ‘N’ Tank; Lift ‘L’ Air Brake Restriction.
Completion of refrigerant course desirable.
Possess PA Inspection License Class 7.
Ability to handle heavy objects: tires, springs, brake drums and tools to repair vehicles, up to 80 lbs.
Ability to work inside tank bins (confined area).
Ability to climb ladders and work at heights of 15′.
General welding skills and ability to work with hydraulics a plus.
Maintains a clean and orderly work area, encouraging safety and efficiency.
Accurately and promptly completes all repair related paperwork, to include those related to proper inventory and parts usage.|
Perform all duties in a professional and safe manner, compliant with all governmental, Wenger Feeds, and Wenger Feeds Garage policies & procedures.

Grain and Fertilizer Truck Driver
Turbotville, PA

This individual is responsible to load, transport and unload Grain and Fertilizer between the mill and the customer, ensuring the care of company and customer property.  Additionally, based on operational demand, drivers will be routed between manufacturing locations, resulting in deliveries outside of their normal delivery area.

Essential Job Functions:
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspection – assuring the safety of the vehicle.
Drive in a safe manner.
Load the correct Grain from the appropriate bin. Deliver Grain to correct Mill number in a timely and efficient manner.
Report, clean up and properly dispose of spills.
Maintain a clean and orderly vehicle and inform supervisor of vehicle problems.
Maintain a neat and clean personal appearance.
Maintain proper company image on highway and on farm (e.g., proper equipment maintenance and attire).
Report any problems observed in dealing with customers.
At times, deliver loads of a Gross Weight of 95,000 lbs.
Perform all duties to assure high quality CSA scores are maintained.
Perform all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Needed:
Valid (Class A) CDL and good driving record
Endorsements “N” Tank; Air Brakes
Ability to handle flexible hours at times
Successful completion of DOT Physical and Drug screen
Ability to work in dusty environment
Ability to handle “on the road” situations that develop from time to time (snow – ice-accidents)
Ability to lift up to 66 pounds on occasion
Basic math skills
Ability to handle permit size loads possibly grossing 95,000 lbs.

 

Grain and Fertilizer Truck Driver
Holtwood/Red Lion, PA

This individual is responsible to load, transport and unload Grain and Fertilizer between the mill and the customer, ensuring the care of company and customer property.  Additionally, based on operational demand, drivers will be routed between manufacturing locations, resulting in deliveries outside of their normal delivery area.

Essential Job Functions:
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspection – assuring the safety of the vehicle.
Drive in a safe manner.
Load the correct Grain from the appropriate bin. Deliver Grain to correct Mill number in a timely and efficient manner.
Report, clean up and properly dispose of spills.
Maintain a clean and orderly vehicle and inform supervisor of vehicle problems.
Maintain a neat and clean personal appearance.
Maintain proper company image on highway and on farm (e.g., proper equipment maintenance and attire).
Report any problems observed in dealing with customers.
At times, deliver loads of a Gross Weight of 95,000 lbs.
Perform all duties to assure high quality CSA scores are maintained.
Perform all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Needed:
Valid (Class A) CDL and good driving record
Endorsements “N” Tank; Air Brakes
Ability to handle flexible hours at times
Successful completion of DOT Physical and Drug screen
Ability to work in dusty environment
Ability to handle “on the road” situations that develop from time to time (snow – ice-accidents)
Ability to lift up to 66 pounds on occasion
Basic math skills
Ability to handle permit size loads possibly grossing 95,000 lbs.

 

Operations

Mill Team Leader – C Shift (4am-4pm)
Mount Joy, PA

The Team Leader oversees the daily production of feed as well as scheduling and assigning mill personnel on scheduled shift.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Oversee the production of feed on assigned shift effectively and efficiently.
Effectively and efficiently operate all areas of the mill.
Supervise, train and evaluate Mill Operators on assigned shift.
Monitor and keep accurate ingredient/grain and bagged inventories.
Assign duties to ensure a clean and orderly facility.
Perform other duties as determined by Mill Supervisor or Assistant Mill Supervisor.
Effectively communicate with Transportation, Logistics, Nutrify and the outside mills.
Enforce safety policies and procedures to minimize incidence of injury and reduce amount of recordable injuries.
Enforce environmental, quality, and food safety policies and procedures.
Maintain usage reports and operational records as needed.
Navigate, use and understand Wenger System as appropriate.
Function in an “on call” capacity.
Complete required training in a timely manner.

QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED:
Knowledge of feed or related manufacturing techniques
Ability to understand and follow Food Safety Standards
Supervisory training with demonstrated leadership capabilities
Good oral and written communication skills
Basic math and computer skills
Ability to operate various types of feed mill or related machinery
Ability to stand, lean, bend, stoop, lift and walk for long periods of time
Ability to lift up to 100 lbs. on occasion and perform other manual labor
General maintenance skills
Ability to climb ladders and work in high places
Ability to work in confined spaces
Ability to work in dusty conditions
Ability to work in a safe and efficient manner
Ability to work weekends and overtime as needed

Mill Technician
Mount Joy, PA
The Mill Technician is an integral and important part of a team responsible for manufacturing feed in accordance with operating procedures. To accomplish this, they will operate the manual and computer automated systems required to receive ingredients, mix feed through hand adds, batching and pelleting and potentially engage in the operation of certain equipment. In addition to feed manufacturing the operator will perform inventory management, appropriate maintenance and repair on production related equipment as well as housekeeping activities. Mill technicians are responsible for compliance with all company policies, local, state and federal policies, laws and regulations.
Essential Job Functions
Milling Operations

Develop and maintain knowledge in animal nutrition and how ingredients interact with milling and grinding process through formulation to produced defined feed types
Grain tester – DON testing; dockage; moisture and bushel weight and foreign material; auto and manual truck probing
Perform the function of “hand-adds,” the manual addition of feed ingredients and accurately recording medication and vitamin usage.
Clean and perform routine housekeeping of the mill
Perform general mechanical duties
Control and monitor feed production through the computer center. Routing. Batching.
Effectively operate multiple pellet mill lines
Effectively operate grinding equipment
Receive daily shipments of grain and ingredients by truck & rail 
Be able to operate a forklift, skidloader and payloader
Effectively operate specific equipment at individual locations, extruder, corn dryer, transload
Ingredient and Inventory Management
Maintain bag inventories, stacked and orderly
Monitor and keep accurate ingredient/grain inventories
Administrative and Other
Navigate, use and understand software such as Laserfiche, The Wenger System, Microsoft Word, Excel and the WEM platform
Complete training in a timely manner
Maintain usage reports and operational records as needed
Perform other duties as determined by the Regional Mill Manager.
Education and Experience
A minimum requirement of a high school degree or equivalent
Accumulated solid foundation of general work experience
Minimum of 2 years of experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
Minimum of 1 year of experience in a feed mill preferred
Background in agriculture through education and/or experience preferred
Knowledge of feed manufacturing equipment operation and maintenance preferred
Ability to operate various types of machinery and heavy equipment preferred
Qualifications Needed
Ability to work both with close supervision and independently
Ability to understand and follow Food Safety Standards – FSMA and SQF, Federal and State regulations
Knowledge of feed manufacturing techniques
Demonstrated math and critical thinking skills
Ability to work weekends, holidays and overtime as needed
Ability to work in an effective and efficient manner
Ability to work well with others
Promotes teamwork
Positive attitude
Adaptable to change
Demonstrates safe behavior and ability to follow policies and procedures
Demonstrated mechanical ability
Demonstrates Wenger’s Core Values
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Demonstrated computer skills, including MS Word and Excel
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
Ability to operate various types of machinery and heavy equipment
Must be able to be medically cleared to wear all required PPE including but not limited respirator and ARC Flash
Physical Requirements
Ability to lift up to 60 lbs. repeatedly and up to 100 lbs. on occasion
Ability to climb ladders and work in high places
Ability to work in confined spaces
Ability to work in dusty conditions
Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

Mill Shift Supervisor
Mount Joy, PA
Two Positions Available: B shift: 4pm-4am Mon-Wed/Thurs and C shift: 4am-4pm Wed/Thurs-Sun

The Mill Shift Supervisor is the first level of leadership at the mill. They oversee and assist in the daily production of feed and receipt of ingredients as well as scheduling, assigning and training mill personnel on scheduled shifts.  To accomplish these responsibilities, they will effectively collaborate with quality, procurement, nutrition, and transportation areas of the Company as it relates to feed produced on their shift. Additionally, these supervisors are highly knowledge of the quality assurance program as it pertains to all mill processes.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Talent Management
Supervise, train and evaluate Mill Technicians on assigned shift.
Assist in the training and enforcement of all environmental, quality, and food safety policies and procedures.
Milling Operations
Effectively and efficiently operate all areas of the mill.
Oversee and assist in the production of feed on assigned shift effectively and efficiently.
Responsible for overall cleanliness and appearance of the facility throughout the shift as determined by the Mill Supervisor. Assign and conduct housekeeping activities.
Enforce safety policies and procedures to minimize incidence of injury and reduce amount of recordable injuries.
Ensure quality processes are adhered to and all personnel are knowledgeable of key quality assurance practices in areas where they are working.
Ingredient and Inventory Management
Monitor and keep accurate ingredient/grain and bagged inventories.
Effectively communicate with Transportation, Logistics, Nutrify and the outside mills.
Transportation and Delivery
Supervise shift workload to promote efficient loading of finished feed
Customer Management
Enforce environmental, quality, and food safety policies and procedures.
Investigate, communicate and report feed related issues on their shift
Administrative and Other
Maintain usage reports and operational records as needed.
Navigate, use and understand Wenger System and Laserfiche, as appropriate.
Function in an “on call” capacity.
Ability to fill in on other shifts as needed including weekends and overtime.
Complete required training in a timely manner.
Assume duties during absence of Mill Supervisor.
Perform other duties as determined by Mill leadership.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
A minimum requirement of a high school degree or equivalent
Able to perform all functions of Mill Technician II
Minimum of 1 year of experience in a feed mill or comparable manufacturing environment
Knowledge of feed manufacturing techniques, equipment operation and maintenance preferred
Demonstrated leadership capabilities
Possess an advanced knowledge level of animal nutrition
QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED:
Ability to understand and follow Food Safety Standards – FSMA and SQF and State regulations
Proficient math skills
Intermediate computer skills, including MS Word and Excel
Ability to work weekends, holidays and overtime as needed
Ability to work in a safe and efficient manner
Positive attitude
Adaptable to change
Demonstrates safe behavior and ability to follow policies and procedures
General maintenance skills
Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving skills
Solid oral and written communication skill
Ability to operate various types of feed mill and related machinery
Demonstrates Wenger’s Core Values
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to lift up to 60 lbs. repeatedly and up to 100 lbs. on occasion
Ability to climb ladders and work in high places
Ability to work in confined spaces
Ability to work in dusty conditions

Office

Grain Buyer
The grain buyer will be responsible for procuring (negotiate & buy) and contracting (PO/Supplier contract reconciliation, negotiating/correcting inaccuracies on receipts/invoices) for Corn, Soybeans and Wheat from local farmers and/or elevators. The minimum expectation in this role will be to ensure that we are current buying grains to maximize returns while maintaining competitive pricing for our customers. This person will be responsible to ensure that company and customer risk management strategies are followed at all times.
Essential Job Functions:
• Purchase grain with cost savings to prevailing market.
• Know seasonal and geographical market characteristics.
• Use historical basis patterns to WFM advantage.
• Anticipate supply-demand balance and shifts.
• Predict and capture opportunities in future markets, while limiting risk exposure.
• Understand transportation costs and trends.
• Purchase ingredients according to product specifications.
• To ensure mill locations do not run out of product.

Qualifications Needed:
• Knowledge of supply-demand economics.
• Ability to relate to needs of agri-business people.
• Ability to negotiate favorable contracts.
• Ability to develop mutual trust and satisfaction with vendors and customers.
• Ability to respect market directions and handle the pressure of market positions.
• Ability to work in a team environment.
• Requires solid organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Requires strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Experience with CBOT and related activities preferred.
• BS Degree in Ag Business or related degree preferred.

Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

Relationship Manager

POSITION SUMMARY:
This position is responsible for developing and maintaining all aspects of the customer relationship with assigned accounts in specific feed market segments (poultry, swine, dairy, etc.) primarily working with medium-to-large accounts.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Build and manage relationships with customers and prospects by developing a bond and connection and being the voice of the customer within TWG as the customer liaison.
2. Develop a complete understanding of the customer needs, business structure & strategy, segment & industry awareness including understanding consumer preferences, marketing trends, sales channels, and how the customer differentiates and competes in their market space.
a. Create and execute a relationship management plan for assigned customers within our top 10 volume accounts and present it to TWG management on a regular basis
3. Attend and coordinate customer production meetings to develop feedback loops on conversion performance and take ownership of feedback within TWG to address or resolve any concerns and opportunities.
4. Develop or leverage existing opportunities to gain operational efficiencies or deepen customer connectivity that may include:
a. Evaluating customer specific requirements from order placement through invoicing
b. Utilizing our Nutrition Services team to evaluate and create feed products, conduct supporting lab analysis, and develop Quality Assurance controls to enhance the customer satisfaction and brand security
c. Identifying synergies within TWG that would be of mutual benefit to the Company and Customer
5. Be “on call” as the primary customer contact within the company and resolve customer issues promptly with the support of TWG and ensure follow-up and issues are resolved to customer’s satisfaction.
6. Maintain an ongoing network of communication between customers, contract producers, prospects, and related industry representatives as well as all appropriate TWG personnel.
7. Develop and carry out sales strategies to successfully obtain additional feed business.
8. Timely follow-up of customer accounts receivable as necessary.
9. Maintain timely and thorough customer records.

QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED:
1. Proven track record of effective relationship management experience including prospecting, relationship building, closing sales, and after-sales support.
2. Core personal qualities:
a. Engaged, pro-active and an optimistic attitude
b. Ability to hold conversations and ask articulate and complete questions to develop a deep comprehension and perspective around complex customer needs and situations.
c. Be a self-starter and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
3. Ability to work independently and without supervision.
4. Maintain periods of travel by car (occasional flying) and a flexible schedule for availability at times that meets industry or customer needs.
5. Excellent skills: interpersonal skills and behaviors, verbal and written communication, group presentations, highly organized, computer capable with excel, word, power point and communication tools.

EDUCATION NEEDED:
1. Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Animal Science, or Food Marketing

EXPERIENCE NEEDED:
1. Five years’ sales experience in animal feed, feed ingredients, or food marketing
2. Direct production experience in the defined market segment of responsibility (poultry, swine, dairy, etc.)

Want to apply? Download an application or email your resume today!

IT Project Manager
Rheems, PA

The IT Project Manager is responsible for ensuring the successful execution and delivery of projects, as defined through joint collaboration between the business and IT, to deliver IT enabled solutions in support of specific business requirements.  This position will work effectively between various teams within the IT organization to ensure a successful hand-off between project definition/justification and project execution/delivery.

Essential Responsibilities
Understand the goals and scope of multiple projects to plan, design, and manage the means for project delivery
Manage effective regular two-way communications with project stakeholders.  Maintain active business involvement.
Plan out project tasks, schedules, and resource allocations, milestones, and environments.
Maintain risk management approach and assumptions
Tightly manage project budgets related to time, resources, and costs.
Ensure effective quality assurance testing is performed prior to deployment
Evaluate, select, and manage third-party resources related to the execution of projects
Provide clear and frequent progress reporting to project sponsors, stakeholders, and team
Identify project risks before, during, and after the project with mitigation strategies
Effectively motivate project team members by setting clear objectives, managing progress, ensuring accountability, recognizing achievement, and providing support and guidance.
Create and manage an issue log and execute an effective escalation process, when required.
Work in close cooperation with the Business Solutions and IT Solutions Teams to ensure that the Business is kept aware and sufficiently involved to continuously understand and approve the evolution of the design
Ensure adherence to Wenger policies, methods, and disciplines
Establish success criteria and service levels for each IT Solution and provide the means for capturing information to help ensure that those service levels are met or exceeded.
Evaluate and recommend software development, testing and management tools for use within the Wenger-adopted delivery methods

Required Personal Attributes
Technical skills that include knowledge of hardware, software, networking, infrastructure, and data and network security.
Ability to analyze and draw conclusions from situations and data in order to develop effective solutions.
Skilled in organized planning
Skilled in communications, negotiations, presentations, procedures design and documentation
Excellent people and leadership skills
Ability to manage and effectively work with third party vendors
Ability to communicate effectively between technical and non-technical audiences.
Proactive and independent sense of accountability.
Ability to creatively find solutions to problems and needs.

Position Requirements
Proven working experience in IT project management, knowledge of PMBOK areas
Excellent written, verbal, and presentation communication skills
Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills
Strong team management and leadership skills
Project Management Professional (PMP) / PRINCE II certification is a plus
Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis on technical, analytical, and problem-solving skills
5+ years as a Systems Analyst, Programmer, Applications Manager or System Architect
Training in business requirements definition, applications development
Familiarity with the systems development life cycle (Agile/Waterfall)
Experience managing projects with programmers, database management, configuring ERP applications
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft products – Word, Visio, Powerpoint, Excel
Experience with Project Management Software – Cloud or PC
Working knowledge of cloud-based applications, applications development and solutions design
Finance, budgeting and expense management experience
Experience with Business Continuity, IT Security and Enterprise Architecture
Experience or familiarity with manufacturing and distribution is desirable.
Ability to write status reports, business correspondence, and standard operating procedures.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from business management

Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Rheems, PA
The CIO is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all information and technology functions of the company. This includes directing all IT operations to meet customer and company needs, maintain existing applications and development of new IT solutions and ensuring that there are adequate information data processing and security controls.

Essential Job Functions
Articulates a clear and compelling leadership vision, communicated to all levels of the organization effectively 
Partners with Wenger business leadership to generate new revenue streams, stronger customer interaction and strategic technology leadership
Communicates effectively with the Board of Directors as to the current state to technology, information security and progress against the determined IT strategy
Leads and directs the process of architecting, building and delivering reliable systems, infrastructure, data management, information security, business intelligence and analytics.
Coordinates and liaises with the executive leadership team to drive a comprehensive strategy designed to ensure that the company is supported in a proactive manner
Ensures that the business is competitively positioned with the appropriate resources and tools to maximize effectiveness
Operates at all levels of the organization to enhance customer relationships and implement cost effective solutions
Brings applicable Wenger experience from working directly with each of the teams.
Assembles a proven and capable team with plans to further grow the internal team and leverage the capabilities of outsourced resources and services (in coordination with an approved three-year, strategic IT plan)
Expands the scope of CIO responsibilities to address: all IT software selections; IT Project Management; IT security; IT applications design and implementation; Enterprise Architecture design and Management; Data Management; IT Governance; IT Risk Management; Business Continuity; Change Management; and Remote IT Support Services. All of these responsibilities will require the effective management and support of all internal and vendor resources. The recruitment, development, engagement, and retention of key resources will also be of significant importance.
Assesses the current state of IT, and identifies opportunities for improvements
Implements an enhanced program of Resource Management that will be closely coordinated with senior leadership to ensure adequate resources are available to satisfy their objectives.
Communicates and integrates these many changes with the rest of the organization and leverages experience and existing business relationships to facilitate their smooth assimilation
Originates, analyses and presents ideas, defending important positions when necessary 
Supports the business as a pro-active contributor to the thinking that drives new ideas, designs and effective and efficient solutions
Presents a vision and commits to “make things happen.” This vision will align with Wenger priorities and offer new and improved means for bringing important new services to the company and its’ stakeholders.
Provides hands-on leadership and personal commitment to drive innovation and performance 
Analyzes new and emerging technologies to identify opportunities and constraints/threats affecting the technological evolution of the business and its ability to compete and ensure exceptionally high levels of service
Develops technology budgets and allocations of resources to enable the delivery of both short and long-term objectives

Other Interpersonal Skills
High-level of effective interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal plus organization and presentation skills.
Ability to communicate technical concept to technical and non-technical audiences.
Effective at delegating to discharge overall responsibilities, and managing and developing talent using effective coaching and mentoring skills
Ability to multi-task projects and motivate professional staff.
Ability to clearly define a project from conception to completion, including milestones, needed resources, and due dates.
Strong desire to be a part of an organization with an entrepreneurial spirit and a fast paced, result-oriented culture.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field or related experience.
10+ years of progressive senior management and leadership experience in Information Technology
Knowledge of IT systems, concepts and methodologies.
Possesses sufficient technical skills and subject matter expertise to effectively mentor and coach leaders in key IT positions reporting to this level
Demonstrated aptitude and ability for learning new technologies, analysis and problem solving, and implementing innovative IT solutions.
Operations experience in a manufacturing environment and understanding of general business issues.
Understanding of data quality concepts and practices.
Complete support of and willing adherence to Wenger’s mission, vision and core values.  Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures, production reports or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and standard operating procedures.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, and the general public.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry.  Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.  Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, sampling theory and analysis of variance.

IT Security Manager
Rheems, PA
The IT Security Manager is responsible developing and deploying an information security strategy that is designed to protect the organization’s staff, data, infrastructures, and assets from intruders. This position will work collaboratively with all aspects of the business and provide oversight to business projects and initiatives to ensure security policies and controls are present to mitigate and manage risk.

Essential Job Functions
Develop, define, and direct the information security program
Oversee development, maintenance and operation of security tools, processes, and policies to defend, detect, and respond to threats, vulnerabilities, and attacks targeting the corporate network
Maintain current knowledge of the continuous evolution of new threats and the latest available mitigations to assess vulnerabilities and identify issues before incidents occur.
Establish clear data protection principles
Provide regular security communications and training to the business
Understand compliance requirements and adjust investments in security and other measures to protect private information to the extent expected by customers, described by best practices and determined acceptable and competitive in achieving reasonable reductions of risk
Lead cross-functional security coordination, that includes vulnerability mitigation, incident response, and risk assessments
Develop and implement a framework for security processes, roles, and responsibilities throughout the organization
Develop, coordinate and implement policies, standards, and procedures to safeguard the firm’s information systems (including business continuity) and data.
Ensure that information security policy is aligned with Wenger’s IT and business strategies.
Establish measures, metrics, and targets to drive performance in alignment with both IT Security and business strategies
Identify security service vendors; negotiate contracts and change orders; and if necessary, implement new systems or procedures.
Develop technology solutions and processes that allow secure access to information assets
Develop architecture for authentication, authorization, data privacy, access control, and digital signature technologies for both Internet and Intranet infrastructures
Conduct security audits and lead efforts to align Wenger policies, processes, and procedures with findings.
Work collaboratively within the IT organization to ensure that proper security controls are considered and part of the overall architectural design of solutions.

Required Personal Attributes
High-level of effective communication, organization, and presentation skills, and attention to detail.
Ability to communicate effectively between technical and non-technical audiences.
Proactive and independent sense of urgency for project and task completion.
Ability to understand both macro and micro level needs and how they fit together.
Ability to creatively find solutions to problems and needs.
Ability to build strong relationships with various personality types.
Ability to work both autonomously and in collaboration with other parts of the business, including senior leadership.

Requirements:
10+ years of information security experience
5+ years of experience as a security leader in an organization
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP, ISC or CISM).
Knowledgeable and proficient in government regulations and standards compliance; business collaboration, financial planning, strategic management; and incident management.
Experience with Information Security technologies, markets, and vendors
Participation in security-related industry groups and advisory boards
Previous leadership positions in other key processes within the IT landscape (e.g., infrastructure, and development)
Familiarity with application security, database technologies used to store enterprise information, directory services, and information systems auditing
Experience with identity and access management, security program policies, processes and procedures and various supporting security technologies
The ability to understand business issues and processes and to articulate the business context of projects and processes
Experience in information technology strategy, planning, implementation, information security program development and administration including technical architecture design and technology assessment
Advanced written and verbal communication skills
Excellent leadership and teaming skills
Experience with security-related legislation and regulation
Understanding of security methods and technical elements to protect customer data
Experience or familiarity with manufacturing and distribution operations
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures, production reports or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and standard operating procedures.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, and the general public.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability, statistical inference, and the fundamentals of computation, logic and linear algebra.  Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.  Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, sampling theory and analysis of variance.

Software Developer
Rheems, PA
This position will be responsible for creating, maintaining, and improving programs, interfaces, workflows, and documentation related to application and integration development initiatives at The Wenger Group.

Essential Job Functions
Create, maintain, and improve programs and related documentation
Test and debug new or existing programs to ensure accurate functioning
Create and maintain forms and workflow projects using the Laserfiche design toolset
Provide end-user technical support
Assist with software and system upgrades

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field (or related experience)
3-5 years’ application development experience
Intermediate to advanced skillset in SQL
Intermediate experience with Visual Studio .NET development
Basic knowledge of PC/LAN applications
Database administration experience (preferred, but not required)
Web development including HTML5 / JavaScript / CSS (preferred, but not required)
Excel development experience (preferred, but not required)
Ability to work well with end-users and with other members of the department
Good documentation, writing, organizational, and communication skills
Desire to stay abreast in evolving development technologies
Self-motivated and reliable

JD Edwards Business Analyst
Rheems, PA
The JD Edwards Business Analyst is responsible for driving and coordinating process improvements in the company as it related to IT solutions, with the primary focus being on utilizing our existing JDE software. This individual would also be responsible for evaluating user requests for information and process changes to determine the best solution for it.

 ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Meet with other departments to help identify and document/flowchart the various company processes and provide continual reviews of each
Continually look at new ways to incorporate JDE into our business processes that will help reduce costs and/or increase efficiencies
Play a lead role in software upgrade projects
Maintain the JDE training documentation
Work with the IT Manager on implementing additional JDE modules as required, and maintaining the JDE software at the most current version appropriate for our business
Coordinate and implement customizations, interfaces, and “add-on” software tools with third-party providers
Provide end-user technical and functional support
Maintain setup documentation for implemented modules and system modifications
Coordinate training for new users and continual education
Continually seek and identify new and innovative process and system improvements
Create and maintain forms overlay projects using the TransForm design toolset.

QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED:
Bachelors Degree (or higher) in Arts or Science – a business or computer related field is preferred, but not required
Intermediate knowledge of JD Edwards with experience in Manufacturing, Distribution, and/or Financials modules
3+ years of JD Edwards experience
2+ years working directly with business processes
Self-motivated, creative, and reliable
Ability to work well with end-users and with other members of the department
Ability to learn new software quickly
Ability to visualize, design, and implement a business process
Good written and verbal communication, organizational, analytical, troubleshooting, and testing skills
Basic knowledge of PC/LAN applications