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Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a Fellow (Post Doc) to manage field and laboratory work for our multidisciplinary Precision Agriculture research program.
Agricultural Technician Supervisor Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is seeking an Agricultural Technician Supervisor to assist with seed production for the Foundation Seed Program at the Agronomy North Farm. Primary responsibilities include organizing and performing activities related to the production of foundation seed of various species of crops, and working on and with specialized equipment, trucks, augers, structures, etc. This individual will work closely with Agronomy Farm and Western Kansas Agricultural Research Center personnel to accomplish objectives.
Assistant Scientist Other
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for an Assistant Scientist to assist in the operation of the East Central Kansas Experiment Field near Ottawa. This individual would work closely with the agronomist-in-charge stationed at the Kansas River Valley Experiment Field near Topeka, and the agricultural technician at ECK, researchers and graduated students from KSU in conduction field research related to dryland corn, soybean, grain sorghum and wheat production.
Assistant Scientist Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for an Assistant Scientist to work at the Agronomy Farm in Manhattan, KS. The Agronomy North Farm provides areas for research, teaching and extension activities as well as the production of Foundation class seed. This position is an integral part of the farm team and as such is responsible for carrying out many of the day to day activities including but not limited to: operating equipment to till, plant, fertilize, apply pesticides and harvest; producing Foundation class seed; interacting with faculty, research staff, graduate students and undergraduate students to facilitate their research activities; and maintaining farm facilities and equipment. Supervision of hourly student workers is required.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The KSU Sorghum Molecular Breeding program is seeking a Fellow (Post Doc) to conduct genetics and genomics research activities. The Fellow will be primarily responsible for identifying loci of interest via phenotype-genotype associations, population genomic analysis of loci and polymorphisms, and molecular marker validations. In addition, the Fellow will coordinate and manage manuscript writing, and will be involved in plant phenotyping of traits of interest.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University seeks a post-doctoral Fellow position to support research efforts related to the Farming Systems team. The applicant for this position will be part of a large, multi-university, collaborative consortium focused on developing digital tools with the regional focused in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. A successful applicant should have familiarity with geospatial data and an ability to develop and use geospatial resources drawn from a variety of sources including remote sensing, global map products, and point biophysical and socioeconomic data. This may include knowledge of remote sensing, GIS, spatial statistics, data analytics, experise in coding, or related areas. This postdoctoral position will also involve close collaboration with researchers, policymakers, and agronomists in target regions to co-design digital tools. A successful applicant for this position will have both technical ability and a strong background in agronomy and data science as well as an interest in working closely with the end-users of the data generated in this work.
Program/Project Manager I (Agronomy) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a Program/Project Manager I to coordinate an interdisciplinary research, teaching, and extension team in 3 states for a USDA-funded project, Increasing Water Productivity, Nutrient Use Efficiency, and Soil Health in Rainfed Agricultural Systems of Semi-Arid Southern Great Plains. Responsibilities will include facilitating external outreach efforts, managing/curating project internal and external web site. The successful candidate will also facilitate and provide leadership in organizing and scheduling monthly project conference calls and Advisory Board meetings with the project leadership team, and work with PD, and the Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE) and project leadership to compile project reports to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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