LandMark Internship Program - Marketing & Data Analytics in Omaha, NE at Landmark Implement

Date Posted: 6/16/2021

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Make your ‘MARK’ Internship

Potential for Two-Year Internship Program

Partnership, Trust, Integrity, Commitment, Value and Quality are the foundation in which we conduct business daily, and we are excited to welcome new interns and potential future employees that follow and believe in these standards.  LandMark Implement offers internship opportunities across Central Nebraska and Northern Kansas in parts, marketing, agriculture sales, precision agriculture, information technology and more.  Read more about our program below and how an internship with LandMark Implement can help you explore a career in the agricultural field.  Join us to experience the LandMark Difference!


Program Overview:

LandMark Implement has an internship program designed to give potential employees an opportunity to learn the culture of LandMark while providing solutions to our organization and our customers who serve in the agriculture industry.  Interns will spend time working in our various departments to get an understanding of how we approach providing solutions to our customers.    Successful individuals will be invited to apply for a second-year internship where they will get an even further in-depth view of the company.  Individuals invited to return for a second year will receive a $1000 scholarship. Scholarships will be a check paid directly to the college upon receipt of upcoming class registration.  Interns will be paid per hour with a regulated 40-hour work week.

Application Process: 

Applications will be taken online at Please be sure to answer all the questions on the application and remember to submit a resume and two letters of reference.  Interviews for selected applicants will take place in December with notification of those selected by mid-December.


All college students in their second year of a two-year degree or students in their sophomore year of a four-year degree, with the desire to work in agriculture in the equipment industry with opportunities in: sales, parts, service, information technology, marketing & precision ag.  Interns will be selected by an application process, including 2 letters of recommendation, and an essay supporting their interest in a career in the agricultural field and must show they are in good academic standing with their college. 

Intern Schedule

Day 1 Mandatory Orientation:

  • Meet and greet with Intern team
  • Intro to LandMark Leadership and company overview.
  • Review Planning Workbooks (meet with supervisor, discuss intern expectations and meet with mentor, if applicable)
  • Team building event

Spend a week with each department:

Location visits, department shadows and job shadows

Parts Department

  • Receiving stock inventory and stocking parts in appropriate locations/bins
  • Delivering parts to service / technicians for shop work
  • Understanding of showroom displays and parts marketing
  • Learn how to look up and find parts
  • Shadow parts professional at counter
  • Understand complexity of ordering equipment for stock inventory

Service Department

  • Shop walk through:  understanding of how repairs are conducted, estimating costs of repairs, and providing customer shop quotes, value of OEM parts and service
  • Shadow service manager to understand shop efficiency, work in progress reports, etc
  • Equipment walk-arounds to better understand a couple key products we sell

Precision Ag /Customer Technology (CTS) Department

  • Training on our technology department with JDLink, Customer Technical Specialist (CTS) role and LandMark certified training program
  • Soil probes
  • Installation of units

Sales Department

  • Attend location and/or corporate wide sales meeting
  • Sales overview and develop understanding of our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool
  • Shadow Regional Sales Manager and sales professionals (Ag, CAD, CCE)
  • Complete location inventory and understand equipment displays and arranging equipment on lot
  • Looking up equipment, building new equipment orders and ordering in stock inventory
  • Updating photos on MFPro for used equipment sales

Business Administration

  • Marketing and Advertising overview
  • Human Resources overview


  • Check points with supervisor and mentor
  • Weekly reports of progress turned in (using Planning Workbooks)
  • Business Day
  • Community Service Challenge

Final project presentation:

Throughout the internship, LandMark will host team building events.  These events will include training around professionalism, individual goal setting and assessment and time management.

At end of the program, interns will have 30 minutes to present to LandMark Leadership about their Landmark Internship Program.

  • Must have a valid drivers license
  • Must be entering your Junior or Senior year of college
  • Must be able to lift 75 pounds
  • Ability to run office suite programs
  • Must be in good academic standing

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