Employment and Internships
Northern Agricultural Research Center will accepting applications for full time seasonal summer employment beginning April through September. Job duties mainly include assisting in agronomic research, data collection and field plot maintenance, but other tasks such as assisting with farm and ranch type duties, building upkeep and lawn care may be assigned.
Must be able to accurately record data, work in a dusty environment, work indoors and outdoors, and perform manual labor such as hoeing, pulling weeds, mowing and raking.
Hours are normally 8-4:30 p.m., however there may be some evening and weekend hours necessary.
Must have a Driver's License and be able to lift 50 pounds.
Contact Emi Smith at 265-6115 for more information or download application
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