Are you an Agronomist based in Scotland and looking for a farmer facing consultancy role? - LH211
The UK Agricultural market is currently worth over £120 billion annually, employing over 4 million people. With ever growing demand for self-sufficiency in UK grown crops it is vital that our farmers have the access to the best resources, enabling them to succeed in meeting increasing demand.
You will be at the forefront of consulting the farming community exceptional knowledge, research, and developments in the arable industry. You will be an excellent communicator, with a strong arable background and a true affinity with farmers.
What may a week look like?
- Travel throughout the territory, holding and attending meetings/events/conferences.
- Working on marketing materials.
- Business development for the company's services.
What do I need?
- Strong arable background.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- UK Driving license.
- Proactive attitude, motivated to progress.
- BASIS would be advantageous but is not essential.
You will receive a competitive salary and extensive benefits package.
How do I apply?
Please call Lauren Holloway on 01885 485527 or email an up to date copy of your CV (In Word Format) to firstname.lastname@example.org
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