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New Brunswickclick here for listings

LP Consulting

We have 2 positions available ASAP. The interested person must be active and willing to work outside all day, able to put in the overtime if required, take soil samples on farms across NS, NB and PEI and helping with data collection on our research trials. They need to be able to work with a team, be reliable, on-time and have transportation to the start work site. They must be able to walk many km across farm fields per day in various types of weather. The start work site location is in Mount Uniacke. The team travels to and from Mt. Uniacke in the company truck, including loading gear required for the day from that site.

Pay is $12-$15/hour depending upon outdoor experience. There will be overnight travel that we also pay for hotel and meals. Great opportunity to gain experience in agriculture, meet lots of fantastic farmers and work with a wonderful team!

They should send their resumes to lise.leblanc@eastlink.ca

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Quebecclick here for full listings / Cliquez ici pour voir la liste complète en français

 

SENIOR LOAN ANALYST – CORPORATE FINANCING AND LARGE ACCOUNTS (BILINGUAL)

o Reference: R-1002108
Closing Date: 01/17/2021
Job Type: Permanent Full Time
Language (s) required (s): English, French
Location (s): Montreal (QC) Levis ( Qc)

DESCRIPTION

Trade finance expertise required

As an essential intermediary between the sales team and the corporate credit team, you will negotiate and prepare credit bids for loan proposals on behalf of our most complex corporate and commercial clients. The position is designated bilingual (French and English), and the successful candidate must be able to communicate in both of Canada’s official languages.

WHAT YOU WILL DO 

  • Assess the risk associated with each business and recommend loan structures.
  • Research and advise your team, including Senior Business Relations Managers, in preparing for meetings with important current and potential clients.
  • Perform analyzes and submissions for account reviews, compliance monitoring and eligibility decisions.
  • Act as a liaison between Corporate Credit and your team.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR 

  • Ability to process complex loans and perform advanced credit and risk mitigation analysis.
  • Creative thinking and the ability to work within lending policies and procedures while ensuring the needs of complex corporations are met.
  • Good communication and relationship building skills and the ability to work with internal partners and external resources, often in difficult negotiations.
  • Ability to solve problems and identify and recommend loan opportunities.

WHAT YOU NEED 

  • University degree in agronomy, agroeconomics or equivalent.
  • At least six (6) years of related experience (or an equivalent combination of education and experience); graduate degree an asset.
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec or become one.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

To apply, visit fac.ca/Careers or view the job posting .

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COORDINATOR – EXPERT IN AGRI-ENVIRONMENT AND PHYTOPROTECTION

Agricultural Research and Policy Department (DREPA)

Temporary position: mandate from January 2021 to March 2023

DESCRIPTION

Within the framework of the “Living agricultural laboratory – Lac St-Pierre” project, the incumbent mainly assumes the tasks and responsibility of the project manager. The main objective of the project is to accelerate the adoption of good agricultural practices in three watersheds located upstream of Lake Saint-Pierre in order to contribute to the improvement of the latter’s ecosystem. The living laboratory approach will be favored there to implement activities and focus on innovation focused on users, ie agricultural producers.

Reporting to the DREPA and in collaboration with the provincial coordinator and the partners, the incumbent ensures the deployment of the “Living agricultural laboratory – Lake St-Pierre” project, in particular:

  • The planning and implementation of activities as well as the necessary follow-ups for the deployment of the “Living agricultural laboratory – Lac St-Pierre” project;
  • The preparation of the meetings of the authorities and their follow-ups;
  • The coordination of various events and the outreach of the project.

In addition, the incumbent ensures follow-ups in certain agri-environment and phytoprotection files:

  • Ensure regulatory follow-up (watch, analysis, documentation and recommendations);
  • Ensure collaboration with colleagues, authorities, producers and partners in these files.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in agronomy, agroenvironment or agricultural engineer
  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience in the agricultural field
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Significant work experience in project management
  • Relevant work experience in animation and dynamic consultation of partners
  • Relevant work experience in agri-environment and phytoprotection
  • Knowledge of legal frameworks an asset
  • Knowledge of agricultural hydrology, an asset
  • Ability to manage material and financial resources
  • Fluency in spoken and written French; knowledge of English is an asset
  • Innate sense of organization and ability to manage priorities
  • Professional rigor and strong communication skills
  • Ability to adapt and anticipate members’ needs
  • Autonomy, flexibility, leadership, and being results-oriented
  • Ease in establishing and maintaining positive working relationships in line with the organization’s mission
  • Available for frequent short trips (possess a driving license)

Executive position located in Longueuil

Starting date: end of January 2021

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Interested persons have until January 23, 2021 to submit their curriculum vitae online on the following site: https://www.upa.qc.ca/fr/offres/

We offer equal employment opportunities to all.

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PROJECT MANAGER IN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN CROP AND FIELD CROPS

Established for nearly twenty-five years, Agrinova is a collegial center for technology transfer (from the Collège d’Alma) specializing in applied research and innovation in agriculture. In partnership with producers and agricultural businesses, our organization directs more than sixty research and innovation projects per year.

In order to be able to respond to growing needs, we are looking for a project manager in research and innovation in plant production and field crops.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The person sought should be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Develop project ideas in your sector of activity
  • Analyze the needs for a project and write the service offer
  • Write requests for financial assistance
  • Manage the costs, schedules and quality of the projects he carries out
  • Supervise technical staff in carrying out projects
  • Apply grant agreements linked to projects
  • Develop experimental protocols
  • Carry out the tests and experiments
  • Perform various studies

REQUIREMENTS

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree in agronomy and be a member of the Ordre des agronomes (note that a master’s or doctorate is an asset)
  • Have a minimum of three years of experience in research and project management
  • Have a good knowledge of crop production (field crops, horticulture and market gardening)
  • Have good coordination and group facilitation skills
  • Demonstrate very good writing skills and have a very good knowledge of spoken and written French
  • Have a very good team spirit and a high concern for customer service
  • Be autonomous, dynamic, have a sense of organization as well as good self-confidence

Place of work: Alma (Lac-Saint-Jean)

Salary: According to the salary policy in force (35 hrs / week  Annual salary between $ 52,016 and $ 76,076)

Start: February 2021

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Please send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter, no later than Friday January 27, 2021 , to the attention of Ms. Édith Paradis, Executive Director, by email at the following address: edith.paradis @ agrinova.qc.ca .

For more information on our organization, visit www.agrinova.qc.ca .

Note: We will only communicate with those whose applications have been selected. The use of the masculine is only intended to simplify the writing and reading of the text .

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SALES CONSULTANT

Work location: Contrecoeur (Quebec)
Job type: Permanent

ABOUT OUR COMPANY

As the world’s leading supplier of fertilizers, Yara offers solutions for sustainable agriculture and environmental protection. Our fertilizers and crop nutrition programs contribute to the food production necessary for the needs of a growing world population. Our products and solutions for industrialists, for their part, reduce polluting emissions, improve air quality, and safely ensure efficient industrial activity. Founded in Norway in 1905, Yara has a worldwide presence with offices in over 60 countries and sales in 150 countries.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the regional sales manager, the technical sales manager is responsible for supporting Yara’s sales activities in Quebec. The Technical Sales Manager will advise and educate local retailers, agricultural advisors and producers to create demand for Yara’s crop nutrition solutions. The Technical Sales Manager will work closely with other team members in Eastern Canada to actively promote Yara’s crop nutrition solutions through demonstration trials, field days, trade shows and farmer meetings, as well as to provide farmers with insight into the development of new products and services.

  • Participate with the regional manager in sales execution
  • Actively promote the excellence of the products and programs offered by YARA, to retailers and farmers
  • Target crops are wheat, corn, apples, potatoes and other vegetable crops
  • maintain and feed databases in order to collect information on the market and the relevance of Yara solutions for crops
  • Provide insight into foliar and micronutrient trends with regards to crops, customers, digital activity and competitors
  • Generate insight into farmer practices, content for digital promotion, engagement with farmers
  • Develop agronomic messages and marketing content specific to the region
  • Frequent trips within the territory requiring a valid driver’s license

PROFILE

  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Excellent knowledge of the field of agriculture (potato field an asset)
  • Experience in similar roles and functions, preferably in relation to fertilizers
  • Experience preparing and delivering presentations to an audience
  • Work from home, ideally located in central Quebec

Education

  • University degree in agronomy

Additional information

  • Bilingual (French / English)

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Deadline: January 22, 2021

Please apply online on our website Careers | Yara Canada or view the job posting directly: Sales Consultant (yara.com)

Contact Information: Deanna Milton, HR Manager

Knowledge grows through differences

Yara is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that creating a diverse and inclusive work environment is not only the right thing, but also the most relevant. To achieve this, Yara has firmly anchored Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) as one of our 7 key strategic actions and has over 400 employees worldwide involved in D&I Ambassador networks.

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LECTURER IN ANIMAL PRODUCTION – FULL TIME

Full time position

The Department of Agricultural Business Management and Technologies ( www.mcgill.ca/fmt/en ) of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at McGill University ( www.mcgill.ca/macdonald/en ), invites candidates to apply for a classified, full-time, 12-month renewable position that does not lead to tenure, at the level of lecturer.

JOB SUMMARY 

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching in the areas of dairy, cattle, sheep, pig and poultry production and management, as well as anatomy, genetics and animal nutrition. This is an intensive teaching position. Additional functions include (but are not limited to) the following: evaluating students during their comprehensive examination, carrying out visits and summer internship evaluations, participating in recruitment activities and participating in departmental committees, Faculty as well as external.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

A bachelor’s degree in agronomy with a profile in animal production, be an active member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec (OAQ) and a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience focused on the techniques and tools of dairy production management and others Animal productions that are common in Quebec and Eastern Ontario are required.

ASSETS

Post-baccalaureate studies, fluency in French, teaching experience at the college level, relevant non-teaching experience (developing and giving conferences, workshops, study days, professional consultations) or professional practice are assets.

Salary is commensurate with experience and McGill offers competitive benefits.

HOW TO APPLY

The deadline for submitting applications is February 12, 2021.

Applications should be submitted through the Human Resources website ( https://www.mcgill.ca/hr/careers ). Look for the position of Teaching Assistant – Animal Production Specialist .

You must attach the following documents to your application:

  • Cover letter summarizing relevant educational background and work experience
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Declaration of educational interests and your philosophy

The masculine is used to lighten the text, without prejudice to the feminine form.

McGill University makes a firm commitment to equity and diversity within its community and places great importance on academic rigor and excellence. We welcome inquiries from racialized and visible minorities, women, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, people from ethnic minorities, and people of all sexual orientation and gender identity and gender, as well as all backgrounds. candidates with the skills and knowledge to enable them to interact productively with diverse communities; we encourage these people to apply.

McGill implements an employment equity program and encourages members of designated groups to declare their membership. It further aims to ensure the fair treatment and full inclusion of people with disabilities by implementing universal design principles across the board, across all facets of the university community, and through accommodation policies and procedures. . Persons with disabilities who will require accommodation for any part of the application process can, in confidence, write to this email address or call (514) 398-2477.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply in accordance with the Canadian Immigration Regulations, however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

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AGRONOMIST

Sollum Technologies’ intelligent lighting solution is the only one that can dynamically reproduce and modulate all the spectra of natural sunlight according to the needs of greenhouse growers. It offers them unparalleled value in terms of energy savings, productivity and food quality, while contributing to the development of local, ethical and sustainable agriculture.

Working at Sollum Technologies means being part of a family that cares about the development of pioneering technology and where your opinion and ideas are encouraged. We offer stimulating and rewarding days in an open space located in Old Montreal.

Our team is growing and we are currently looking for someone to fill the position of Agronomist, who will work closely with our Chief Agronomist and the Vice-President, Business Development. For this, you must have a good team spirit and good communication skills.

YOUR MISSION IF YOU ACCEPT IT?

To be an essential hub between us and our clients in Quebec.

Your daily life will look like:

  • Advise and guide multidisciplinary teams on horticultural issues
  • Participate in the development of the horticultural research plan, carry out R & D to improve our products
  • Establish an approach oriented towards continuous improvement and innovation
  • Propose recommendations based on analyzes to support our growth and that of our clients
  • Maintain scientific relations with our partners (ex: research centers)
  • Provide horticultural support to producers
  • Set up procedures and project protocols with our clients
  • Conduct field trials

WHAT YOU NEED TO JOIN OUR FAMILY

  • Bachelor’s degree in agronomy, in the phytology sector and be a member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Two (2) years of professional experience in the plant world, ideally in a greenhouse or market gardener, or in fruit crops with experience in production and / or research and development
  • Knowledge of plant health
  • Knowledge and use of the Office Suite
  • Fluency in spoken and written French and English
  • Valid driver’s license

Moreover :

  • You are as much a person in the office as in the field, and you are available to travel regularly in Quebec (on average 20-25% of the time)
  • You are enthusiastic, autonomous and organized and you have an interest in innovation
  • You have a great sense of rigor and analysis
  • Finally, you have the ability to offer solutions while respecting the values ​​that drive us

SEND YOUR APPLICATION

Are you interested? Do not hesitate to submit your application to: info@sollum.tech

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GENERAL MANAGER

You are looking for a job within a dynamic and human team. You dare to think outside the box and implement your ideas. Look no further and join the team of Services AgriXpert, a Lanaudière solidarity cooperative, offering non-agri-environmental and management consulting services, in order to help its members and clients to reach the path of success.

The multidisciplinary team of Services AgriXpert wants to add general manager who wants to play a leading role within his team.

DESCRIPTION

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer will have the mandate to ensure the general management of the organization, to offer consulting services in his field of expertise and to develop innovative practices that will contribute to the ” achievement of organizational objectives.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Participate in the development of the organization’s strategic plan
  • Develop the operating budget and ensure financial, material and human management
  • Design information or promotion documents intended for agricultural producers
  • Prepare and lead information advisory sessions and presentations to partners and other groups on farm management
  • Offer management consulting services to agricultural producers.
  • Write management reports and prepare Board meetings
  • Apply for grants or fundraising and support the realization of projects
  • Develop the workforce plan and ensure the recruitment of the required staff in collaboration with the coordinators
  • Monitor new trends in the organization’s business sector
  • Ensure the visibility of the organization on the market on a permanent basis
  • Maintain a culture of collaboration and unite teams around a common project

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • BAC in agronomy with expertise in agroeconomics
  • 5 to 7 years of experience in managing an organization
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Knowledge of the business sector, the cooperative environment and the consulting service
  • Experience in personnel management
  • Bilingualism (an asset)
  • Mobilizing leadership
  • Sense of planning and organization
  • Rigor and discretion

Competitive compensation will be offered to you.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

If you have the key competencies that will enable you to contribute to the organizational goals of the organization, we look forward to meeting you.

Please send your curriculum vitae to the following email address: line.giroux@cdrq.coop .

For more information: 450 759-8423, ext. 114.

Only people whose application has been selected will be contacted.

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FIELD CROP CONSULTING SERVICES COORDINATOR

Services AgriXpert is a Lanaudière solidarity cooperative offering unrelated agri-environment and management consulting services to help its members and clients reach the path to success.

The multidisciplinary team of Services AgriXpert is looking for a Coordinator of Field Crop Consulting Services .

DESCRIPTION

Reporting to the Director General, the Field Crop Advisory Services Coordinator plans, organizes, directs and controls the advisory services activities of his department. He participates in the operational management of the organization in collaboration with general management. He will have to lead a team made up of agronomists and agricultural technicians.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Play an advisory role and ensure project management
  • Develop and market the offer of advisory services to producers and partners
  • Promote the emergence of agricultural or agrifood development initiatives and participate in the implementation of research and development activities
  • Analyze government and parastatal programs and make grant requests
  • Keep a record of the services provided and the results obtained as a result of the provision of advisory services
  • Provide accountability to granting organizations
  • Research and analyze scientific information to ensure service delivery in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • Ensure the application of the principles, techniques and methods relating to the services offered according to the code of ethics and professional conduct of agronomists
  • Apply the principles and rules relating to disciplinary and multidisciplinary teamwork
  • Monitor agronomic acts while respecting its limits and skills and contribute to the continuing training of agricultural technicians
  • Advise and assist agricultural producers with crops, fertilization, harvests, erosion and soil composition, disease prevention, nutrition, crop rotation and marketing
  • Ensure the management of the workload and the achievement of employee objectives under his supervision
  • Collaborate with other departments to ensure the achievement of organizational objectives

REQUIREMENTS

  • BAC in agronomy
  • Five (5) years of experience in field crops
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Knowledge of the business sector and the consulting service
  • Knowledge of the cooperative environment
  • Experience in personnel management
  • Bilingualism (an asset)

PERSONAL SKILLS

  • Ability to communicate
  • Adaptability
  • Mobilizing leadership
  • Positive attitude
  • Sense of planning and organization
  • Rigor and discretion

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Please send your curriculum vitae to the following email address:  line.giroux@cdrq.coop

Only people whose application has been selected will be contacted. The use of the masculine gender is used only for the purpose of lightening the text.

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AGRONOMIST IN AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT

Permanent position

The Groupe multiconseil agricole Saguenay — Lac-Saint-Jean brings together more than 370 members, 16 agronomists, 14 technicians in our four components (management, human resources, agro and engineering) provided in 3 points of service, the GMA is recognized as a group leader in Quebec.

DESCRIPTION

The GMA offers you the opportunity to take on a challenge commensurate with your abilities. Under the supervision of the general manager, you will be responsible for supporting members in making decisions regarding their investment projects, financing and the direction of their business.

You will also have the task of leading various information and exchange activities for GMA members.

REQUIREMENTS

  • University degree in economics and agrifood management (agroeconomics)
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Relevant experience in agricultural management or financing is an asset
  • Have a driver’s license and own a vehicle

Competence, dynamism, initiative and a strong penchant for helping relationships are qualities sought after in candidates.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Place of work: Alma but occasional trips in the region
  • Salary and benefits will be set according to the policy in effect in the agricultural advisory groups of Quebec
  • 35-hour schedule (flexibility possible)

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter to Mr. Denis Larouche at the coordinates below:

By email:  denis.larouche@gcaq.ca

By mail :

Groupe multonseil agricole Saguenay — Lac-St-Jean
A / S: Mr. Denis Larouche, agr., General manager
640, rue Côté ouest, bureau 102
Alma (Québec) G8B 7S8
Tel. : 418 668-7967, ext. 228
Fax. : 418 668-7818

In order to lighten the text, the masculine gender is used without discrimination. Only successful candidates will be invited for an interview. 

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TECHNICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Permanent position

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

In business for over 75 years, Plant Products is today a leading distributor of fertilizers, crop protection products, seeds and other innovative products for the greenhouse, nursery, turf and grass industries as well as to the vegetable and fruit industries in Canada and the United States. Our products and services are aimed at both conventional and organic producers. Our branches are located in Laval (QC), Ancaster (ON), Westland (MI) and our head office is in Leamington (ON).

Territory

Greater Montreal and Montérégie region

Markets

Field vegetable and fruit crops – Fertilization and crop protection

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Listening to the needs of producers and offering them the most appropriate solutions
  • Develop and offer effective agronomic solutions that allow producers to obtain an optimal yield and a quality harvest while reducing their ecological footprint
  • Provide technical support when choosing and using our products
  • Promote our programs, products and services to our customers
  • Achieve short and long term sales objectives of the company
  • Contribute to the development objectives of the company by identifying new business opportunities and prospecting
  • Develop a privileged business relationship with our customers in order to ensure their satisfaction and their loyalty
  • Identify and develop new products and services in order to differentiate our offer
  • Analyze market conditions, trends and competition

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Be a member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec or be in the process of becoming one
  • Be an excellent communicator
  • Be able to work in a team and be results oriented
  • Have relevant experience in sales and business development (having taken a strategic sales course would be an asset)
  • Have basic computer skills and be able to use certain Office series software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Demonstrate autonomy
  • Be bilingual (French-English), written and spoken

BENEFITS OFFERED

Plant Products offers incentive and competitive compensation, an excellent benefits package, a vehicle, and the ability to pursue a continuing education and development program.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Please send your CV to Mr. Alain Cécyre, agr. , sales manager, by email to: Alain.Cecyre@plantproducts.com

We will only communicate with successful applicants.

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       Manitobaclick here for full listings

Research Director

The Irrigation Crop Diversification Corporation (ICDC) stimulates and services the development and expansion of sustainable irrigation in Saskatchewan. It researches and demonstrates profitable agronomic practices for irrigated field crops and high value horticulture crops, develops crop varieties suitable for irrigated conditions and provides information about its research to consumers, irrigation districts and the public. It works closely with both the provincial and federal governments at the Canada-Saskatchewan Irrigation Diversification Centre in Outlook, Saskatchewan. With the recently announced infrastructure expansion of irrigated acreage in Saskatchewan the position offers exciting possibilities in a leadership role for the success candidate.

ICDC is seeking a research Director with expertise and experience to provide leadership in sustainable irrigation cropping practices in western Canada. The candidate will have the opportunity to job shadow and be mentored by ICDC’s current Research Director. Preference would be to fill the position as soon as possible.

Duties of the Research Director position include:

Project Identification and Development: develop research priorities and issues; develop potential projects and collaborate with researchers and consultants to develop and implement protocols; develop and write project proposals for research and demonstrations on behalf of ICDC; prepare and manage budgets for individual projects and demonstrations.

Field Research: coordinate and carry out field activities including seeding, treatment application, plot maintenance, data collection, harvest, sample processing, etc.; develop and implement quality control procedures to ensure research is conducted according to protocols; analyze and interpret data and write reports or submit data to appropriate collaborators; source land and off station sites as needed; ensure quality of all plots through on-going field scouting and perform resulting maintenance as required; develop and submit peer-reviewed manuscripts in collaboration with research personnel and collaborating sites.

Technology Transfer: develop written reports, presentations, posters, factsheets, etc., keeping the intended audience in mind; presentations at Field Days and other extension events; coordinate with AAFC, Saskatchewan Agriculture Crop Specialists or commodity group representatives to ensure relevant information is available; represent ICDC at various meetings as required; work with all ICDC personnel to develop and carry out technology transfer events.

Agriculture Designations:

Applicants must be registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by The Agrologists Act.

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of a Master’s degree in Crop or Soil Science with combined years of experience.
  • A Doctoral degree would be considered an asset.
  • In-depth knowledge and experience in western Canadian farming practices.
  • Experience in a managerial capacity and strong leadership skills.
  • Excellent written/verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the research community as well as with producers.
  • Expertise in experimental research design and statistical analyses.
  • ARM (Agriculture Research Management) computer program knowledge is an asset.
  • Expertise in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
  • Knowledge and experience in field research with the ability to operate small plot equipment;
  • and a valid driver’s license is also a requirement.

Asset Qualifications:

Other asset qualifications include the ability to work independently, strong leadership skills, the ability to work in a team environment, good time management skills, and excellent written/verbal communication skills. The candidate must also be able to communicate effectively with the research
community as well as with producers.

Salary and Working Conditions:

Salary is based on education and experience. Working hours are flexible with a minimum of a 37.5 hour week. The candidate is expected to manage his/her own work schedule. There is no allowance for overtime pay. The successful candidate must be willing to relocate to Outlook.

To apply or for more information email: admin.icdc@sasktel.net. Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Analyst, Farm Management Consulting

At MNP we pride ourselves on being different – it’s our entrepreneurial drive that sets us apart. It’s the same drive that’s helped us become Canada’s fastest growing national firm. We foster collaboration, value your ideas, promote based on talent, live balanced lifestyles and make time for FUN. We are one firm, one team, collaborating to support you wherever you want to take your career.

Join the momentum. We are seeking an Analyst for our growing Farm Management Consulting team.  Driving operational excellence, MNP is a leading national accounting, tax and business consulting firm in Canada. Committed to the agriculture industry, our recognized Farm Management Consulting team works with operations of all sizes, providing timely strategies tailored to maximize efficiencies, enhance performance and increase profitability.

Performance Expectations

  • Assist in the delivery of consulting services to MNP’s agriculture clients, agribusiness clients and other industry bodies such as commodity associations and government in the areas of finance, marketing, and production management
  • Analyze client business information, developing financial and production projections for clients, and the preparing of business plans for major changes and new farm ventures
  • Support in the collection and compilation of primary research through interviews, focus groups and surveys
  • Execute Farm Management Consulting services for agriculture clients including short and long-range planning, business analysis, troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Responsible for collecting and analysing data on factors affecting production, advising farmers and farm managers on techniques for improving the production of crops and livestock, and alternative agricultural options, and advising farmers on issues such as livestock and crop disease control of pests and weeds, soil improvement, animal husbandry and feeding programs
  • Research and stay current on environmental factors affecting commercial crop production, pasture growth and animal breeding
  • Investigate, plan and implement management procedures to cope with the effects of fires, floods, droughts, soil erosion, insect pests and diseases
  • Execute transactions through the provision of client services including planning, budgeting, scheduling and coordinating engagements
  • Facilitate collaboration with client engagement team prior to commencement of client work to discuss roles and responsibilities, risk areas, materiality and deadlines
  • Identify ways to maximize the relationship with clients and deliver added value
  • Maintain high quality control by reviewing work done from other team members for accuracy and completeness; provide feedback to team members
  • Monitor project timelines against targets, adjust where necessary; advise clients of project status and seek clarification on discrepancies where applicable
  • Leverage team appropriately to ensure proper documentation is prepared for the client and procedures relating to the file are followed accordingly
  • Develop a thorough understanding of MNP’s services, businesses and industry
  • Network and take a leadership role in the local professional, business, and community while raising awareness of MNP and looking for new business development opportunities
  • Promote MNP advisory services through the delivery of presentations, writing articles, facilitating workshops or participating in community activities
  • Contribute to the development of new ideas and approaches to improve work processes
  • Promote regular attendance, balanced lifestyle and high standard of team wellness
  • Attend internal MNP courses to further develop knowledge around performance improvement

Credentials

  • Possess a post-secondary degree in agriculture, business, or other related fields
  • Experience working in an agriculture environment is preferred
  • Previous work experience in a consulting, professional services, an agriculture-service, or a customer/client service environment is considered an asset
  • Working knowledge of farm enterprises, primary producer and/or agri-business is preferred
  • Strong computer literacy including effective working skills of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Some travel may be required

Core Competencies and Personal Characteristics

  • Integrity – professional whose honesty, integrity, confidentiality and high ethical standards contributes to effective leadership and optimal business relationships
  • Energy – displays enthusiasm, optimism, drive and passion while maintaining a high level of productivity and a balanced lifestyle
  • Diversity – understands the importance of different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences and is respectful of individual differences
  • Communication – effectively expresses ideas and conveys information in business writing, conversations and interactions with others
  • Client Service Excellence – understands the importance of quality client service by being courteous, responding to client requests in a timely manner and monitoring satisfaction
  • Teamwork & Relationship Development – works collaboratively with team members in order to achieve a common goal and develops, maintains and strengthens relationships with others, both inside and outside the Firm
  • Accountability – takes responsibility for one’s own performance by setting clear goals and tracking progress against those goals; is highly organized and uses personal judgement and decision making
  • Flexibility – effectively manages multiple assignments, adapts to changing priorities and is able to work independently or as part of a team

This position requires registration with Agrologists Manitoba.

To view and apply, please visit Analyst, Farm Management Consulting.

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FARM & FIELD MANAGER

Career Posting

As the Farm and Field Manager at Discovery Farm, Langham SK., you will be responsible to manage the day-to-day operations for Discovery Farm Langham and the current research projects. You will play a direct role in the implementation of research projects and should be a Professional Agronomist with experience in a variety of tasks. You will also be responsible for managing the day to day work loads of both Discovery Farm employees and Summer Students.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Manages day to day operations for Discovery Farm Langham.
  • Professional agronomist that has experience in field research to lead data collection, scouting, and field management decisions.
  • Manages summer students, part time and seasonal help.
  • Relationship management with clients and partnerships regarding day-to-day farm operations such as equipment, inputs, etc.
  • Liaison with event leads to coordinate their operational needs of the site. (i.e., Ag in Motion, Field Days)
  • Delivers and manages irrigation program which includes AIM plots and Discovery Farm plots.
  • Advise and execute on research project protocols outlined by the research leads.
  • Manage crop and inputs from purchasing to selling.
  • Organize and coordinate in the off season to ensure Discovery Farm Langham is planned for the next growing season.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Registration with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agronomists is required, but can be completed upon hiring.
  • 5+ years in an applied agriculture research setting.
  • 5+ years in a management role.

  • Practical farming experience and knowledge.
  • Experience operating farm machinery.
  • This position will be required to work flexible hours during peak season.
  • Valid License
  • Valid CPR/First Aid Certificate, but can be completed upon hiring.

We offer a great working environment, competitive salary including an attractive benefits package.  If this sounds like the perfect fit, please email your resume and cover letter in confidence to: humanresources@farmmedia.com

 

COMPANY INFO

Glacier Farm Media

CONTACT

Email: humanresources@farmmedia.com
Website: https://farmmedia.com/

EFFECTIVE DATES:

Opening Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Apply by: Thursday, January 28, 2021

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AGRONOMIST

Career Posting

The Company: CropPro Consulting is an independent consulting company that began in 2003 and is based out of Naicam, SK. Our core business is comprised of two main areas: SWAT MAPS Variable Rate Services & Crop Scouting Services. – SWAT MAPS is primarily a variable-rate mapping service for farmers using soil, water and topography attributes to create zone maps. Our zoning procedure is a patented process. The service includes soil sampling, fertilizer recommendations by zone, overall farm fertility planning, VR checks and client contact.

Crop Scouting is our crop consulting service package for farmers that provides weed, disease, and insect scouting all season long with pesticide recommendations, agronomic advice, and crop plans. The service is provided to full-farm clients only.

The Position: We are currently seeking an individual for the full-time position of Precision Agronomist in the Moosomin or Rocanville, Saskatchewan area.
This person will work from a home office and service farm clients generally within a 150 km radius of Moosomin/Rocanville, but travel to other regions may be required on occasion.

  • Salary for this position is to be determined.
  • Please apply with your own salary expectations.
  • Compensation includes a pension plan and a group benefits plan.
  • Position starting date is flexible, but prior to May 1st is preferred.

Requirements:

  • 1-3 years of agronomy experience an asset. Farm experience an asset.
  • A post-secondary degree or diploma, preferably in agriculture or related field.
  • Driver’s license required and abstract may be requested.
  • High level of integrity and commitment to providing unrivaled service and support.
  • Strong level of independence as you will be working in remote areas on your own.
  • Must be willing to work overtime during peak seasons.
  • Must be willing to contribute to market development and business growth efforts in the region.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and computer skills.

Responsibilities: Join our crop scouting team and consult for clients in the area who are signed up for this service.
Tasks will include:

  • Weed identification, insect and disease monitoring, agronomic troubleshooting, crop protection recommendations and spray timing.
  • Make verbal and written recommendations for seed, fertilizer and pesticide applications.
  • Ground-truth newly mapped fields and soil sample all fields by 5 zones using SWAT MAPS.
  • Interpret soil test results and deliver actionable advice for soil fertility management.
  • Perform VR assessments after seeding and before harvest to ensure accuracy and effectiveness of VR prescriptions.
  • Communicate with farm clients over the phone, email, and using CropRecords farm data management software.
  • Consult with prospective SWAT MAPS clients; support the sales team in acquiring new acres in the area.

The successful candidate will work from a home office and a truck, computer and all equipment required will be supplied. CropPro Consulting offers a competitive salary with annual bonus incentive and growth opportunities. The position has flextime hours which is generally 30 hour weeks through winter and part of summer.

Applicants must be registered or need to become registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by The Agrologists Act.

Application deadline is February 26th, 2021.

Please send your resume to Kerrie de Gooijer at kerrie@croprecords.com. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

COMPANY INFO

CropPro Consulting
Location: Rocanville/Moosomin, SK

CONTACT

Kerrie de Gooijer
Email: kerrie@croprecords.com
Website: www.croppro.ca

EFFECTIVE DATES:

Opening Date: Wednesday, January 06, 2021
Apply by: Friday, February 26, 2021

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AGRONOMIST

Career Posting


The Company: CropPro Consulting is an independent consulting company that began in 2003 and is based out of Naicam, SK. Our core business is comprised of two main areas: SWAT MAPS Variable Rate Services & Crop Scouting Services. – SWAT MAPS is primarily a variable-rate mapping service for farmers using soil, water and topography attributes to create zone maps. Our zoning procedure is a patented process. The service includes soil sampling, fertilizer recommendations by zone, overall farm fertility planning, VR assessments and client contact.

Crop Scouting is our crop consulting service package for farmers that provides weed, disease, and insect scouting all season long with pesticide recommendations, agronomic advice, and crop plans. This service is offered to full-farm clients only.

The Position: We are currently seeking an individual for the full-time position of Precision Agronomist in the Prince Albert & Northern SK area.

  • The ideal candidate would have a strong sales background and be willing to contribute to market development in this core area even further.
  • ​This person will work from a home office and service farm clients generally within a 100 km radius of Prince Albert, but travel to other regions may be required on occasion.
  • Salary for this position is to be determined.
  • Please apply with your own salary expectations.
  • Compensation includes a pension plan and a group benefits plan.

Requirements:

  • 2-5 years of agronomy experience an asset. Farm experience and a strong sales drive an asset.
  • A post-secondary degree or diploma, preferably in agriculture or related field.
  • Driver’s license required and abstract may be requested.
  • High level of integrity and commitment to providing unrivaled service and support.
  • Strong level of independence as you will be working in remote areas on your own.
  • Must be willing to work overtime during peak seasons.
  • Must be willing to contribute to market development and business growth efforts in the region.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and computer skills.
  • Home location is flexible, although within 50 km radius of Prince Albert is required.

Responsibilities:

  • Make verbal and written recommendations for seed, fertilizer and pesticide applications.
  • Ground-truth newly mapped fields and soil sample all fields by 5 zones using SWAT MAPS.
  • Interpret soil test results and deliver actionable advice for soil fertility management.
  • Perform VR assessments after seeding and before harvest to ensure accuracy and effectiveness of VR prescriptions.
  • Consult with prospective SWAT MAPS clients; support the sales team in acquiring new acres in the area.
  • There is some demand for a crop scouting service in the area, but that is not the focus.
  • The candidate has the opportunity to grow scouting acres here if they want, although growing SWAT MAPS VR acres is the emphasis

The successful candidate will work from a home office and a truck, computer and all equipment required will be supplied.
CropPro Consulting offers a competitive salary with annual bonus incentive and growth opportunities.
The position has flextime hours which is generally 30 hour weeks through winter and part of summer.

Applicants must be registered or need to become registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by The Agrologists Act.

Application deadline is February 26th, 2021.

Please send your resume to Kerrie de Gooijer at kerrie@croprecords.com. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

COMPANY INFO

CropPro Consulting
Location: Prince Albert, SK

CONTACT

Kerrie de Gooijer
Email: kerrie@croprecords.com
Website: www.croppro.ca

EFFECTIVE DATES:

Opening Date: Wednesday, January 06, 2021
Apply by: Friday, February 26, 2021

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DIRECTOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Career Posting

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) is a national leader in funding innovative and progressive pulse crop research. With a targeted annual investment of $7 million into research and development, our research program is a critical component to creating opportunities for profitable growth for the over 17,000 pulse growers in Saskatchewan.

We are currently seeking a leader to drive our research investment strategy towards the achievement of our strategic goals in the role of: DIRECTOR, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Desirably based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, this important role is a rare and exciting career opportunity for a highly motivated professional.  If you have strong experience in leading and inspiring a team of professionals, and in providing strategic direction for an innovative applied research program, we want to hear from you.  The Director, Research and Development (R&D) is responsible for directing SPG’s strategy for research investments and overseeing SPG’s agronomy programs.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director, R&D’s primary responsibilities will be to:

  •  Provide effective leadership, direction, and mentorship to SPG R&D staff to ensure success in key result areas.
  •  Lead the development of SPG’s R&D strategy and priorities, ensuring they reflect key priorities of growers and are aligned with SPG’s strategic plan.
  • Oversee the management of SPG R&D investments and programs to ensure the most effective use of grower levy dollars.
  • Serve as a member of the SPG Leadership Team, providing leadership on strategy, management and policy issues for SPG.
  • Establish and manage strategic relationships with collaborative research and industry partners at provincial, national and international levels.
  • Represent SPG with industry and professional groups.

Qualifications include:

  • Master’s degree in agriculture or relevant science field; PhD in Natural Sciences preferred.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a leadership role in agriculture research program management (strategy development, execution, measurement, reporting).
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and team management expertise; an ability to create vision, lead a team of staff and coach to high performance.
  • High level of technical expertise and credibility within the research community.
  • Experience and understanding of commercial implications of research and development initiatives a significant asset.
  • Exceptional organizational skills with ability to effectively manage and prioritize projects; strong reporting / writing experience;.
  • Articulate, confident communicator and team player; strong collaborative/negotiating skills.
  • Motivation, professionalism and maturity essential,
  • Applicants must be registered or need to become registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by The Agrologists Act

Salary commensurate with experience, qualifications and ability.

Applications must be received by January 25,2021.

Apply, with resume, to HR resolve at email: patti.mckenzie@hr-resolve.ca

COMPANY INFO

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

CONTACT

Patti McKenzie
Email: patti.mckenzie@hr-resolve.ca

EFFECTIVE DATES:

Opening Date: Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Apply by: Monday, January 25, 2021

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New Entrant Agrologist *Ministry of Agriculture* Abbotsford/Duncan/Vernon

Date:  Wednesday, January 13, 2021 to Monday, January 25, 2021

The New Entrant Agrologist provides support and technical expertise to new producers to the agri-foods industry throughout British Columbia. The role builds capacity, supports business management and entrepreneurial skill development, increases awareness of programs and services, and encourages the use of sound management practices.  Through frontline expertise, strategic relationships and a client service focus, the New Entrant Agrologists supports the effective implementation of the New Entrant Strategy and all aspects of developing and delivering programs, tools, resources and projects for new farmers and ranchers.

For the complete job description, please see /sites/default/files/imce/New%20Entrant%20Agrologists_MinAg_Job_Profile_74020.pdf.

Link to apply for External Applicants (Non-B.C. Government Employees)

For specific position related enquiries, please contact Lindsay.Bisschop@gov.bc.ca.

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Agronomist *Lucent Biosciences* Burnaby/Coquitlam

Date:  Monday, January 11, 2021 to Friday, February 12, 2021 

Lucent Biosciences is on a mission to address climate impact on global food security and nutrition by developing solutions that regenerate soils. Soileos is our first product: a cellulose-based smart micronutrient granular fertilizer and seed coating offering higher yields without the threat of runoff pollution. We’re a start-up, with under 20 employees and lots of things to do!

Who we’re looking for:

We look for people who have a passion for agriculture, who are collaborative team players, who deliver on their commitments, who are innovators in search of a better way, and who believe in building a modern agriculture company. Working with Lucent opens the door to a world of opportunities in the agriculture and research industry. Do you like helping farmers get their best yield and quality? Do you want to help others know Agronomy better? Do you want to lead Ag innovation? Do you want to play a direct role in developing products that positively impact our planet’s environment and the agricultural industry?

About the job

Reporting to the Senior Scientist, and closely working with the CTO, and Director of Research, this position is responsible for implementing, monitoring and reporting on the research greenhouse trials located at Simon Fraser University, providing agronomy support on our large scale field trials with 20 farms across Canada and help with the product management of product line as required.

What you will do:

  • Help plan and conduct field and greenhouse testing of designated research material using defined methods that will ensure accuracy and optimize results under the experimental protocol.
  • Gather, compile, analyze and interpret trial results and prepare and forward progress reports.
  • Interact with management and employees to convey results and provide recommendations based on active knowledge of market conditions.
  • Develop guidelines for appropriate applications of products given certain weather conditions.
  • Develop Standard Operating Procedures for the research greenhouse.
  • Interpret soil and tissue tests as required and be able to recommend best practices for soil fertility management for local conditions.
  • Attend and participate in customer/grower meetings as required.
  • Present technical information related to agriculture and grower groups of various foods and grains, from apples to zucchinis.
  • Liaise with appropriate industry contacts.
  • Actively search for new opportunities that will enhance or expand Lucent’s market presence.
  • Comply with Lucent policies and procedures and Industry regulatory and EH&S standards.
  • Perform other duties as required.

You’ll be a great match if you have:

  • PAg or CCA designation
  • Minimum of 3 years of applied agronomy and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Certified Crop Advisor designation or PAg designation is preferred.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of modern farm practices and industry regulations.
  • Applicant should have experience with crop nutritional planning and fertilizers in the current market.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet and deal with the public effectively in various situations.
  • An aptitude to analyze various growing conditions and markets.
  • Proven ability to work independently, showing effective time management, planning, and multi-tasking skills.
  • Demonstrated physical ability to perform the functions of the job.
  • Excellent interpersonal and team-building skills with a positive attitude and ability to establish relationships with branch personnel, peers and customers.
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to present to small and large groups.
  • Must be safety conscious.
  • Conducts themselves in a professional manner.
  • Must possess a valid class 5 driver’s license with a clean driving record.

You will be working out of our research plant in Coquitlam and at our research greenhouse at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby.

This role requires travelling to visit our trial farms across Canada and the Northern US.

For more information and to apply, please visit this link.

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Senior/Intermediate Assessment and Remediation Specialist Project Manager *DWB Consulting* Fort St. John

Date:
Wednesday, January 6, 2021 to Friday, February 12, 2021

DWB Consulting Services Ltd. (DWB) is an integrated consulting firm specializing in offering clients environmental, engineering, and forestry services.  DWB employs diversified professional and technical staff with a wide range of experience.  Our team approach and quality service has led to many long-term direct award relationships with clients in the forest, mining, oil and gas, and transportation sectors.  DWB is seeking applications for a senior/intermediate assessment and remediation specialist with experience in disturbed site soil and groundwater assessment and remediation in BC and AB.

Knowledge and experience with relevant British Columbia provincial and federal legislation and familiarity with the environmental site assessment process is a requirement. This position will be responsible for overseeing fundamental tasks related to Stage 1 and 2 Preliminary Site Investigations, including surface soil and water sampling, groundwater monitoring and sampling, drilling supervision, remedial excavations, reporting and spill response.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 8-10 years working in oil and gas, and must be able to thrive in a demanding, fast-paced progressive work environment.  This successful applicant must have, or be eligible for, membership in a relevant professional organization, such as the BC Institute of Agrologists. The preferred candidate will be able to work with strategic alliances both internally and externally from our DWB team. In addition, he/she will have strong communication and organization skills and effective relationship building skills, especially as it pertains to First Nations.

Current experiences should include, but are not limited to;

  • Disturbed site soil and groundwater assessment, remediation and reclamation,
  • Stage 1 and 2 PSI reporting,
  • Project management,
  • Being part of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals,
  • Liaising with regulators and clients,
  • Understanding environmental policy and regulations,
  • Scientific report writing and,
  • Working with First Nations

Salary to commensurate with experience and industry standards.  DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including; annual bonus, professional development, and many other company sponsored events.

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to Jeff Beale at jbeale@dwbconsulting.ca.

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Intermediate Soils Specialist *Madrone Enviromental* Abbotsford

Date:
Tuesday, January 5, 2021 to Friday, January 15, 2021

Madrone Environmental Services Ltd. (Madrone) has an immediate opening for an Intermediate Soils Specialist (Professional Agrologist) specializing in agricultural soils at our Abbotsford office.  This is a full-time position with comprehensive benefits.

Madrone is a well-established environmental services company offering our employees a flexible work environment as well as exciting opportunities to advance within their professions. Our interdisciplinary team of professionals include: Biologists, Foresters, Geoscientists, Geomorphologists, Hydrologists, Agrologists and Archaeologists. Working together, we help our clients achieve best use of natural resources while meeting environmental protection goals.

As an intermediate to senior-level member of our Fraser Valley Team, you will manage and participate in:

Opportunity:

As an Intermediate Soils Specialist, you will be a key team member focused on the successful initiation to completion of projects, including the general duties listed below.  You will work with and be guided by senior professionals as part of Madrone’s Agrology practice group as an Agricultural Soils Specialist.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science degree focused on soil science, pedology, or agriculture or equivalent;
  • Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) registration with BC Institute of Agrologists in good standing is required;
  • 3+ years of relevant experience in Agricultural land capability, remediation and improvement projects including data driven permitting and regulatory application support services;
  • A thorough knowledge of geomorphological processes is important and a background in hydrology and geoscience would be an asset;
  • Soil classification in field setting and knowledge of agricultural practices is required;
  • Physical fitness is critical as the work frequently entails relatively arduous field traverses in various types of locations;
  • Strong familiarity from hands-on experience in the assembly and use of related field equipment, and analysis of analytical or laboratory data;
  • Strong ability to manage time and deadlines effectively, and multi-task and manage several projects at a time;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, conflict resolution and tact in liaising with the public, clients and regulators;
  • Strong workplace interpersonal and organizational culture practices;
  • Working knowledge of applicable provincial and federal environmental regulations.

General duties include:

  • Working with senior Madrone professionals who will prioritize project assignments and workloads;
  • Plan, organize and execute projects including preparing cost estimates and proposals for new projects as assigned;
  • Coordinating with technicians and other Qualified Professionals toward executing field investigations, as assigned;
  • Technical report writing, in the role of primary author, toward meeting regulatory requirements of such reporting including: documenting of field activities and methods; evaluation and interpretation of field observations, laboratory analytical data, and geological/hydrogeological conditions; and preparation of conclusions and recommendations;
  • Drainage and erosion and sediment control planning as required
  • Compliance with and implementation of Madrone’s Health and Safety policies;
  • Mentoring and developing junior staff as needed/requested;
  • Project management assistant duties such as cost tracking, invoicing, etc.;
  • Leading specific tasks and objectives related to field supervision/advisement of external 3rd party contractors.

Madrone offers a flexible, intellectually stimulating and dynamic work environment. Professional development is strongly supported through training and leadership opportunities, as well as a high level of responsibility and independence with project management and client communications. We encourage our employees to continually improve job satisfaction through seeking out opportunities to expand our business into areas in which they are interested.

Please send a cover and résumé to careers@madrone.ca, attention to Roberta Adams, Branch Manager for the Abbotsford office We thank all applicants, however, only those shortlisted will be contacted.  Application deadline:  February 15, 2021.

To find out more about Madrone, please visit our website (www.madrone.ca).

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   BC Farm, Fish and Food Job Connector

Dates: Thursday, May 28, 2020 to current 

The new BC Farm, Fish and Food Job Connector will showcase current job vacancies throughout the province, including those for crop and seafood harvesters, food processing and farm workers, agrologists, large machinery operators and marketing specialists.

The site also has sector-specific information and guidance to support businesses as they adapt their recruitment and human resource management in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, please visit https://bcagjobs.gov.bc.ca/ and click HERE for the news release.

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