Are you interested in the breeding and development of new vegetable varieties? Are you ready to join a team that enjoys working with our partners to promote our industry? If so, apply for this vacancy in Bacchus Marsh, 50kms North West of Melbourne
What does your job as Breeding Assistent at Rijk Zwaan look like
Based at our R&D facility in Bacchus Marsh, you will be responsible for assisting our Breeders in data collection, selection and breeding experiments. You will play a key role in the preparation of trial plans through to the execution and assessment of trials at our various sites, mainly in Victoria. Your high attention to detail and excellent organisation skills will contribute to the efficient operation of our trial sites.
You are an enthusiastic team member who is passionate about sharing you technical and horticulture knowledge. You have excellent communication skills and able to interact with a variety of stakeholders. You have industry knowledge and hands on experience in agriculture. Your passion to embrace innovative opportunities that support our strategic plan will ensure your success.
Rijk Zwaan: your new employer?
Rijk Zwaan is one of the top four vegetable seed companies in the world, employing over 3,500 people in more than 30 countries. At Rijk Zwaan Australia, we employ around 80 people, with the majority at our Daylesford site.
Rijk Zwaan is an international family company with a people-oriented culture. Rijk Zwaan is right at the start of the food chain. We develop vegetable varieties and sell the seeds produced from them globally to growers and other chain partners. From our strategic position we contribute to the world food supply. Everything we do is about healthy growth. The growth of natural and healthy products that we export around the world. The growth of our company and above all the growth of our people; we give you every opportunity to use your own initiative and achieve your full potential.
You can address your application to Narelle Robinson (HR Manager). Applications close on Wednesday 19 May 2021 at 5pm. Click here to email your application.
What to include in my application?
- Current CV
- Letter expressing your interest
We will consider your application carefully, which may take some time. You will hear from us as soon as possible.