Cattle Business Manager II

Job Summary:

We know that cattlemen are tired of making and losing the same $100 on a calf.  We have built a team of professionals that truly care about changing the client’s outcomes.  Our account management style encourages autonomy, mastery, and purpose.  Come work with our team to make a difference and change the cattle feeding industry.

Location On-Site:  2-3 months of training in our Omaha office location

Territory Opportunities:  Northeast/Central NE & Northwest IA


  • Convert qualified leads into new client relationships
  • Build strong relationships with clients, understanding their needs, and ensuring high levels of satisfaction with products and services
  • Develop strategic plans for each client account, identifying objectives, opportunities for growth, and actions to achieve mutual success
  • Identify cross-selling opportunities to offer additional products or services that align with the client’s needs
  • Maintain client database, documenting pertinent information and changes
  • Work closely with internal teams to ensure exceptional client experience


The Ideal Candidate:

  • Understands and appreciates the mid-market segment of the cattle feeding industry
  • Creates a desire for people to change by clearly articulating Balance4ward’s vision and offerings
  • Naturally builds relationships and trust with others
  • Possesses expert time management skills with the ability to manage competing priorities
  • A high energy, independent, self-motivated entrepreneur who achieves scalable outcomes
  • A natural problem solver with the ability to overcome obstacles to grow business



  • 3+ years of success experience in sales and account management required
  • Ability and desire to spend 75%+ of time in assigned territory working with clients
  • Experience or knowledge of the cattle industry
  • Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record
  • Bachelor’s degree in agriculture business or related field preferred

Experience or knowledge of trading multiple commodity markets preferred


Posted on

September 6, 2023