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The job of research and development at Monsanto is to continue our leadership in innovation. As part of this team, you’ll help develop cutting-edge technology that has one purpose – helping farmers around the world produce more while also conserving more. To maintain our position as a world leader in agriculture and biotechnology, Monsanto invests over $2.6 million a day into research, and this creates exceptional research and development careers. We’re creating new approaches to solve the challenges that farmers have faced for centuries. This is where your career belongs.

Recent Job Openings

  • Harvest Research Assistant (2 week contract) - Carman, Manitoba
  • Description: Key Business Accountabilities. Thorough note taking of test plots. Follow ESH policies and procedures for safe operation of the local research facility and program Scope of the Job. Committed to safe work practices and has direct involvement in ESH programs and policies including site inspections, pre-use inspections, vehicle logbooks, etc. Long hours outdoors working at field trial sites, with physical labor component (l...
    Reference Code: 00X0C
  • Canola Doubled Haploid Research Associate - Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Description: The Monsanto Canadian Spring Canola Doubled Haploid Team is seeking a Research Associate to join the Doubled Haploid (DH) production program. The successful candidate will contribute to and drive the process optimization efforts of the canola DH production pipeline. The top candidate will possess experience in the microspore culture and cell tissue culture disciplines. Responsibilities include: • Designing and executing o...
    Reference Code: 00UJK
  • Trait Field Solutions Summer Research Technician - Carman, Manitoba
  • Description: Monsanto Canada has several openings for Summer Research Technicians in our Trait Field Solutions Group. The conditions of these positions may vary slightly. However, the employment terms will typicallystart in April/May and end between August and September. This is an ideal opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in agriculture to experience working with world class researchers, agronomists and plant bre...
    Reference Code: 00WQ9
     

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