About Benson Hill, Inc.
Benson Hill empowers innovators to develop more healthy, tasty and sustainable food by unlocking the natural genetic diversity of plants. Benson Hill’s CropOS™ platform combines machine learning and big data with breeding techniques and plant biology to drastically accelerate and simplify the product development process. This platform allows for cost-effective and more efficient ways for companies to analyze and make improvements in plant genetics. Benson Hill brings a unique and holistic approach to our product and platform development, as we span a broader workflow involving trait and seed development, genome editing, and breeding all the way to creating better ingredients and varieties that tap a strong consumer demand for more flavorful and nutritious fruits and vegetables.

Benson Hill’s Fresh segment will focus on combining the breeding power of CropOS™ with the extensive grower base, distribution network and retail relationships of its wholly owned subsidiary, J&J Family of Farms (“J&J”), a field produce company. With this combination, the business segment will be well-positioned to execute on the development and ultimately the commercialization of differentiated produce and “functional foods,” with the potential to serve the growing convergence between the produce and pharmacy aisles. More information can be found online at www.bensonhill.com. Follow us on Twitter at @BensonHillInc.

J&J Family of Farms – a wholly owned subsidiary of Benson Hill

Established in 1983, J&J Family of Farms is a leading grower, packer and shipper of field-grown vegetable commodities. Headquartered near West Palm Beach, Florida, J&J specializes in bell peppers, green beans, cucumbers, squash and eggplant. Within their family of farms, J&J operates packing and cooling facilities in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Texas and Mexico. J&J’s farm-to-fork approach starts with expertise in farming directly. maintaining a practice that is focused on sustainability and social responsibility

About the Position

We are actively seeking an Application Support Analyst to provide day to day support of key business applications (Finance, HR, Operations, etc) This individual will partner with business leaders to understand the critical business priorities and develop a plan to design and implement system functionality to meet the business needs.


You Will:

(Essential Duties and Responsibilities)

  • Provide day-to-day business application support, including the resolution of all internal tickets to a timely and successful resolution.
  • Run projects related to implementation of new functionality and 3rd party integrations with a focus on simplification and scalability. 
  • Manage administrative functions such as customizations of forms, fields, reports and create saved searches, dashboards, workflows, employee access management and financial reporting support
  • Create and execute a test plan and tests to be utilized prior to upgrades, ensuring all functionality works as expected and without interruption.
  • Creation of custom interactive forms using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, Business Intelligence (BI) tools, SQL based programs, spreadsheets, among other tools for the various departments in the company.
  • Monitoring the successful completion and accuracy of application interfaces
  • Develop and maintain a technical backlog of user functionality requests and system needs, along with a roadmap to implement the items in the backlog

You Have:

(Competencies and Qualifications)


  • HS/GED required
  • Bachelor’s degree in MIS, Computer Science, Finance, Accounting, Business or related field


  • +3 years relevant experience 


  • A Positive Team Oriented Attitude is Key to Our Positive Culture
  • Experience working in, or closely with, an accounting and finance organization
  • Deep understanding of financial processes and SOX control environment
  • Financial systems / ERP experience is preferred
  • Knowledge of relational database structures and SQL
  • Knowledge of Oracle database administration
  • Strong communication and project management skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure, meet tight deadlines and adapt quickly to change
  • Must be able to troubleshoot, resolve and communicate solutions for system issues


  • Attention to detail
  • Strong Customer Focus
  • Collaborative
  • Ability to focus and work independently with little direction

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