Technical Specialist Hydroponics, AUS

Are you keen to provide agronomic support for our new and innovative hydroponic seed production greenhouses? If so, apply for this full-time vacancy for a Technical Specialist Hydroponics at our site in Daylesford, Victoria.

Within this role, you will continuously strive to improve the seed quality and yield within our hydroponic greenhouses. Working within a team, you will provide agronomic advice to optimise the growing conditions across various crops and crop production facilities. In addition, you will maintain detailed records and analyse the production results to identify process improvements. You will be in close contact with the Rijk Zwaan international production team to share knowledge and innovation in seed production.

Your contribution…

You are able to think and act independently while keeping the team goals in mind. You are good at organising and scheduling work tasks. You have the capability to manage modern greenhouse hydroponic systems such as computerised climate control, irrigation, and nutrient management. You have excellent communication skills and have a passion for growing vegetables.

In addition, your CV ticks the following boxes:

·       University degree in horticultural science, agronomy or related field

·       At least 2 years’ experience in greenhouse production of horticultural crops is desirable

What can you expect from us?

Besides a team of enthusiastic and motivated colleagues within an international work environment with a constant stream of new challenges, we are pleased to offer you:

·       Various training courses and opportunities

·       The freedom to take the initiative and work on your own development

Does this profile sound just like you, and are you eager to get started as soon as possible? 

Send your application to h.spencer@rijkzwaan.com.au

We will consider your application carefully, which may take some time. You will hear from us as soon as possible.  


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