RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL I
Position Summary: This is a supervisory-type position with a high degree of responsibility and input into the design, management, and interpretation of results of field research plots for the Extension programs in the Department of Plant Pathology at the Coastal Plain Experiment Station. Specifically, the successful candidate will manage plant pathology field plot research for the field crop and commercial vegetable Extension programs. This includes independent planning, supervising and participating in experiments both on-farm and on-station, recording data, keeping crop management records, and assigning duties to support staff. Contributions to publications are expected.
Responsibilities: Supervise irrigation for production of field research plots
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and some related experience or equivalent combination required. Area-specific certification and/or training may be required and other training will be provided as appropriate.
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Full time/Part time: Full Time
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