Job Title: Site Manager – Boar Stud FLSA Class: Exempt
Reports To: Service Manager – Boar Stud Department: Genetic Operations
The primary responsibility of the Site Manager is to oversee the welfare, care and day‐to‐day
management of their people and animals and to ensure that accurate semen orders are delivered
to customers on time. This position is accountable for all on‐farm Genetic and performance
objectives and routine review of progress of the appropriate farm metrics using systems‐based
management. The Site Manager is responsible for developing a team of Section Managers and
Technicians through routine communications including training programs, planning, and
Performance Management. This position is also accountable for the well‐being of animals in their
care and environmental stewardship.
Job Duties & Accountabilities
Typical Duties of a Site Manager – Boar Stud, Genetic Operations include:
Oversight of employee management including recruitment, hiring, scheduling of work
hours and assignments, payroll system reporting and proper reporting of disciplinary
Possess a thorough understanding of genetic principles and ensure implementation of all
Genetic and Boar Stud Work Instructions.
Ownership of all bio‐security and health protocols with the responsibility to train all
employees and visitors on proper procedures.
Development of all team members in production, leadership and organizational skills
through feedback, formal training sessions, goal setting and daily organization of activities.
Implementation of Work Instructions and standard operating procedures for all facets of
production, genetic improvement and quality control.
Maintain and submit accurate production records through the use of PRISM and other
recording systems to the proper stakeholder(s).
Schedule or perform maintenance and repairs on buildings and equipment, and oversight
of housekeeping responsibilities of the facilities including trash removal, cleanliness of the
office, break rooms, and employee changing areas.
Respond to objectives outlined by the Boar Stud Service Manager and clearly communicate
thoughts and ideas that may be relevant to the development of the program.
Ensure best management practices are consistent with commonly accepted standards for
animal welfare, biosecurity and safe work environment.
Type of Degree: High School Diploma or GED. Bachelors of Science in Animal Science,
Agriculture or related field preferred.
Number of Years: At least 1 year experience in pork production. Prior swine management and
supervisory experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
1) Knowledge of:
‐ Pork production systems
‐ Maintaining complete and accurate records
‐ PRISM software program (not required)
2) Skilled in:
3) Ability to:
‐ Lead and motivate people and teams
‐ Organize, plan and execute
‐ Communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
‐ Develop staff and hold people accountable for their actions
Visual Activity (Seeing) X
Hearing * X
Speaking * X
Heavy Lifting X
Manual Dexterity X
*Includes on telephone
Please identify the normal travel requirements, if any, which
apply for this job as a percentage of time.
Up to 20%
20% to 40% 41% to 70% Over 70%
Environment in the Barn
‐ Extreme Hot or Cold Environments
‐ Wet, Slippery Surroundings
‐ Fumes, Smoke, Odors, etc.
‐ Ability to handle exposure to dust, odors, and
noise for extended periods of time
‐ Ability to stand and walk on concrete for extended
periods of time.
Competencies (Select the core competencies for this position)
The following are WTM only:
Risk Taking & Change
Boar Stud Service Manager