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About Breeding

The job of breeding 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 breeding 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

  • Pepper Breeder - Bergschenhoek, Bergschenhoek
  • Description: Monsanto Vegetable Seeds is specialized in breeding, production and sales of vegetable seeds. Employment at this Monsanto division means working for a fast-growing and ambitious company. We encourage individuals to excel in creativity and to show strong decision-making skills, team player mentality and entrepreneurial spirit. For our site in Bergschenhoek we are looking for a: Sweet Pepper Breeder Monsanto is ...
    Reference Code: 00WL3
  • Soybean Breeding Web developer - St. Louis, Missouri
  • Description: Monsanto’s’ Soybean Breeding group is seeking a highly motivated individual to develop web and other applications for our Soybean Breeding organization. Core Responsibilities: • Support/Enhance existing Perl/CGI web-based applications on Linux Server • Develop, Test, and Implement Perl and C#/.NET Web applications based on business needs. Web services experience is a must • Potentially Develop, Test, and Implement mobile ...
    Reference Code: 00Z98
  • Line Development Breeder - Stanton, Minnesota
  • Description: One Line Description: The Line Development Breeder (LDB) is responsible for designing and implementing a line development program that incorporates innovative breeding techniques and modern statistical databases to develop elite parental inbred lines and superior commercial corn products. Detailed Description: The LDB scope of responsibility includes the development of new breeding populations, screening, selection, and a...
    Reference Code: 00YL0
     

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