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Farm operators have the expertise and skills to operate a wide range of farm equipment that is used for tilling the soil and planting, cultivating and harvesting crops. Equipment that they operate includes but is not limited to tractors, irrigation equipment and combines. They also operate stationary equipment that is used to perform post-harvest tasks such as threshing, shelling, ginning and husking.
There is no minimum educational qualification requirement for this role but farm operators must be mechanically inclined and interested in farm equipment. In addition to operating equipment they also maintain, troubleshoot and repair the equipment that they use. This is a physically demanding job. In addition to long hours spent operating various equipment, farm operators also load crops and other materials onto conveyors or hoppers using shovels, forklifts and pitchforks.
At your interview for a farm operator role, the interviewer will ask you questions about your interest in working with farm equipment They will also want to know if you've any experience in this role and what are your strengths that make you the right person for the job. Check out farm operator mock interview questions for more commonly asked questions.