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JOIN OUR TEAM

We’re always looking for passionate, qualified employees and the John Deere Tech Program is a great way to begin your career with Heritage Tractor. The world's population is projected to reach 9 billion by 2050. That means a massive need to build urban infrastructures and increase agricultural output. The need has never been greater to ensure customer’s equipment remains operational and productive. This is your opportunity to be a part of the Heritage Tractor team.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

For more than 180 years, the name John Deere has stood for quality, innovation, and integrity. You will learn about John Deere’s industry-leading technology and equipment from highly-trained instructors and receive on-the-job experience.
Through the John Deere Technician Training Program, you will earn an Accredited Associate Degree in Applied Science. The two year program divides your training equally between classroom, lab, and on the job training to prepare you to start a career as a John Deere technician.
There are 21 Ag & Turf Tech Program training locations in the U.S. and Canada, including Southeast Community College in Milford, NE and Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, KS.
As part of the John Deere Tech program, Heritage Tractor offers enrolled students paid internships while completing the program. Upon graduation, qualifying candidates are offered a full-time position with benefits, which includes reimbursement for tuition and the cost of books over the first 24 months on the job.




BENEFITS

Qualifying candidates will begin a career at Heritage Tractor with full-time benefits, including: insurance (medical, dental, vision, life and disability), tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, 401k and company match, employee discounts, continued training and career growth opportunities.

REQUIREMENTS 

   •   High school diploma or equivalent

   •   Pass required college/university admission requirements

   •   Obtain sponsorship at Heritage Tractor

   •   Complete required courses, including lab and internship requirements

   •   Maintain required GPA (minimum 2.5)