FMC Corporation (NYSE: FMC) has announced it is offering a $1,500 sign-on bonus as an extra incentive for individuals who are hired for seven employment positions currently open at its Agricultural Sciences Plant in Middleport.

“In addition to the favorable salary and benefit packages we offer, FMC also wanted to provide another attractive incentive for people looking for another employment opportunity and especially those who may be considering a return to the local workforce,” said Allie Wagner, HR Business Partner for FMC.

Open positions include four packers, an operations manager, an Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) specialist, and a production supervisor. Interested individuals are encouraged to call 716-735-6305 or apply online at

FMC’s Middleport Plant recently added a new fungicide product to its production line and is seeing increased business activity. The plant formulates and packages a number of key product lines to protect over 100 crops in more than 75 countries worldwide and plays a key role in FMC’s global leadership position in agricultural sciences.

Last year, FMC was recognized with the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Responsible Care® Company of the Year Award for the second consecutive year, and for the third time since 2017.

The annual award is the highest ACC distinction that recognizes excellence and leadership in environmental, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) performance. In addition, FMC was honored as a finalist in the Initiative of the Year category, and nine U.S.-based FMC sites, including the FMC Middleport Agricultural Sciences plant, were recognized for environmental, health and safety achievements.







With the good economic news of increasing business activity, FMC Corporation’s Agricultural Sciences Plant in Middleport is looking for a few good men and women to fill several open positions for packers, operation manager, EHS specialist and production supervisor. Encouraging applicants are (from left to right) FMC employees Jesus Bonilla, Cliff McDowell, Adam DeMonico, Kevin Little and Allie Wagner.