As an Operations Associate I, you will support research activities by performing routine research tasks under supervision. Follows protocols to collect data and log data findings.


  • Participate in seed packaging and processing
  • Organize and conduct indoor and outdoor activities (including planting, scouting, crossing, spraying, harvest)
  • Assist on tasks being led by other team members to achieve quality results
  • Communicate efficiently and effectively within teams and across the organization
  • Operate & adjust various agriculture equipment such as: planters, sprayers, combines, seed threshers, seed counters, other field & lab equipment
  • Conduct maintenance inspections and activities on all equipment (sprayers, combines, seed threshers, other field equipment)
  • Maintains clean and organized facilities, equipment, and instruments
  • Adhere to all safety and seed stewardship protocols and expectations
  • Conduct projects and tasks as assigned
  • Safely transport equipment and seed to internal & outlying locations
  • Willing and able to work in a variety of areas (field, lab, warehouse, etc.)



  • Associate degree in agriculture or other relevant degree


  • +2 years relevant experience
  • Agriculture knowledge of practices and management
  • Knowledge of precision equipment
  • Experience with agricultural equipment
  • Problem identification, problem solving and improvement & execution of processes


  • Strong Computer skills: Microsoft Office & proprietary internal tools
  • Operate small electronic equipment
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain Chemical Applicator’s license within 3-6 months of hire.
  • Must be able to obtain Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) & DOT Medical card upon hire.


  • Ability to lift 60 lbs. repetitively
  • Ability to work in various climates & conditions
  • Possess an innovative mindset
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Operate forklift in a safe manner
  • Ability to focus and work independently with little direction