The Department of Plant and soil Sciences in the Martin-Gatton College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmentworks towards developing sustainable food and crop production practices in Kentucky.The department is currently seeking a Research Analyst. This position is key in providing technical support for crop and soil management research programs. The position duties include field research, managing equipment, data administration, and organizing inventory. The primary work location is the University's North Research Farm, which is a 2400 acre research farm, just north of Lexington off Newtown Pike. Please click on this link: http://pss.ca.uky.edu/ to learn more about Plant and Soil Sciences. IEBC (Internal Employee Being Considered)
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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No experience required.
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