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4/12/2018
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Customer Information Specialist
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Holstein Association | Brattleboro, VT
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Customer Information Specialist

Are you ready for a challenge? Do you like working with people, both customers and co-workers in a fast-paced, office environment? Are you organized, detail-oriented, yet flexible and good at multi-tasking? If you answered "Yes", Holstein Association USA may have a position for you as a Customer Information Specialist.

The multiple responsibilities of this position include processing applications for animal registration and related products, working within our quality assurance department, and serving as a customer service representative, all with the ultimate goal to meet the expectations of Holstein Association members and other dairy customers across the country.

An Associates or Bachelor's degree is preferred. Preference may be given to candidates with dairy/agriculture industry or business experience.

The Holstein Association USA, Inc. is the world's largest dairy cattle breed organization and maintains the records for all Registered Holsteins including the animal ancestry, identity, ownership, and performance information on more than 20 million Holsteins. Holstein Association USA, Inc, located in Brattleboro, Vermont, is a dynamic, innovative, growing organization. As a valued Holstein Association team member, you will receive a competitive wage, an excellent benefit package, and an exciting working environment. 

Equal Opportunity Employer.


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About Holstein Association

Holstein Association USA, Inc., provides products and services to Holstein dairy producers to enhance genetics and improve profitability-ranging from registry processing to identification programs to consulting services. The Association, headquartered in Brattleboro, Vt., maintains the records for Registered Holsteins and represents approximately 35,000 dairy producers from across the United States. The Association is also leading the initiative for national animal identification through the National FAIR program.