The breadth of careers in agrology is vast. For a highlight of the various opportunities preview the Careers in Agrology video or the current postings below.
The Ministry of Agriculture has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a highly motivated, organized and innovative individual with agricultural experience to join the Regional Services Branch in Regina.
Crop Production Services Canada, is a division of Agrium and is one of the largest farm market retailers in North America. We produce and distribute agricultural nutrients, crop protection products and seed, as well as related industry products.
As one of the most respected AgriBusinesses in Canada, our client continues to provide customers with solid agronomy, seed, crop protection, fertilizer, and grain merchandising services. With your deep technical experience, this is an exciting opportunity to have a direct impact on all agronomic initiatives in Western Canada. As the head of agronomy, make solid business decisions that influence the bottom line.
To work as part of MEMS Assessment and Remediation Team in completing assessment and remediation projects, for clients in Alberta and Saskatchewan. This full time position requires a combination of flexible office and field work.
The Agri-Environmental Group Plan Agrologist (or Ag Technologist) is responsible for the successful implementation of agricultural related activities in the Old Wives Watershed for the Old Wives Watershed Association (OWWA). This is a flexible half to full time 4 year position reporting to the OWWA Board of Directors and the Watershed Executive Officer. Salary and office location is negotiable and dependant on experience and qualifications.
The Research Program Manager reports to the General Manager and is responsible for managing and administering the research funding activities of the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission in collaboration with SWDC staff and other stakeholders. This is a full-time, salaried position (40 hours per week); some travel is required. The position will be of interest to individuals with a broad knowledge of crop-based agriculture in western Canada and specific expertise in agronomy.