Fort Morgan Protein Processing Plant
The City of Fort Morgan was named for a military fort established along the Overland Train in 1865. The fort was named after Colonel Christopher A. Morgan and served to protect transit going to and from Denver and the mining districts. Today, Fort Morgan is the most populous city in Morgan County with 11,000 residents. Fort Morgan residents enjoy numerous parks and open spaces, a library/museum complex, a community swimming pool, and a golf course. Cities close to Fort Morgan are Denver, Greeley, and Fort Collins, which means an easy drive to four major sport franchises, entertainment arts and museums, shopping, five colleges and universities, two junior colleges, and state-of-the-art medical facilities.
Cargill is the largest employer in Morgan County, proudly employing approximately 2,100 people. Our beef processing facility contributes to the Fort Morgan community through volunteer hours with the Cargill Cares Council, and support of the local United Way and food banks. Cargill employees enjoy Cargill-sponsored events such as picnics, bowling, and benefit meals. Through these efforts, Cargill has made a positive impact on the Fort Morgan community and strives to be the employer of choice for the region.
Full-Time Employee Benefits
-Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Drug Insurance
-Health and Wellness Incentives
-Marathon Health Clinic (Employer sponsored health center)
-Paid Vacation and Holidays
-401(k) with Cargill matching contributions
-Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
-Short-Term Disability and Life Insurance
-Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Production: health benefits commence on the 1st of the month after 90 days of employment
Salary: health benefits commence on the 1st of the month following the date of hire
Location - Fort Morgan, CO Location - Fort Morgan, CO
1505 E. Burlington Ave. Fort Morgan, CO 80701