WTARC workers in field

Farm Ops Manager

The Farm Operations Managerat the Western Triangle Ag Research Center (WTARC) will work closely and in concert with the Superintendent, Department Head, on-site faculty, other cooperating faculty as well as professionals in executing research and education efforts at the center. This position is expected to work primarily independently. It is responsible for daily supervision of classified employees and student labor, and for maintenance of WTARC facilities and will be the primary liaison for all crop related activities and projects.

For more information or to apply please submit a resume and cover letter on the Montana State University job listing at https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/40748. If you have any questions please contact Justin Vetch justin.vetch1@montana.edu or call 406-278-7707.


Summer or Part-time Employment Opportunities

Start date: Immediate openings

Job description and responsibilities:

  •  Assist with farm operations including: general crop production, research trial establishment, and general grounds keeping
  • Assist in data collection in agronomic studies
  • Willingness to work outdoors in a field setting
  • Ability to work with others in a team atmosphere
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to follow detailed instructions

To apply, please fill out the Employment Application. Email the application to justin.vetch1@montana.edu or drop-off at the research center. 

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