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Fertiliser Trader (Director Level)

Job Reference: RS0494B

Job Title: Fertiliser Trader (Director Level)

Location: Europe

Product: Softs & Agriculture

Role: Trading

Redstone Commodity Search focus on offering 360° search solutions to the global commodities markets. With a competitive coverage of Trading Houses, Producers, Majors, Utilities, Merchants, Hedge Funds, Investment Banks and Brokerages; Redstone Commodity Search can confidently offer you an edge in today’s volatile market.

Redstone Commodity Search are working with an international chemical distribution company looking to hire a director level fertiliser trader to join the commercial team in the U.K.

Key Responsibilities / Tasks

  • Physical trading of fertiliser (primarily Urea Ammonium Nitrate Solution) to re-sellers and farmers within the U.K. market
  • Set up and develop the desk both commercially and through the hiring and development of a strong internal team
  • Analyse the UK market to develop and implement successful trading strategies
  • Spend significant time on the road and at corporate events showcasing the company building strong business partnerships.
  • Role reports into CEO

Key Qualifications / Experience

  • 10+ years’ experience in fertiliser trading (preferably liquid)
  • Extensive knowledge of the U.K. fertiliser market with good supply chain management experience with a transferable portfolio of business
  • Entrepreneurial mind-set with excellent business development and relationship management skills, able to analyse market to support trading activities
  • Demonstrable track record of developing and growing of U.K. fertiliser desk(s)
  • Located in London / happy to relocate, opportunity to work remotely with semi-regular travel to the office

If you match the job description and are keen on applying for this role; please send us a copy of your resume/cover letter to ben@redstonesearch.comor submit your application through the Vacancy Form.