Publié dans: Autres dans Lincoln | Posté: |
Salary: £40k - £70k
Type: Full time / Permanent
Remarkable Jobs are delighted to assist a leading agricultural research and development company specialising in innovative solutions for the agricultural and environmental sectors. Our client is committed to advancing agronomy, improving crop yields, and promoting environmentally friendly approaches to agriculture.
We are seeking an experienced Research and Development (R&D) Manager to lead our agronomy and biostimulant research initiatives. The ideal candidate will have a passion for agriculture, a strong scientific background, and the ability to drive innovation in crop production.
Develop and execute the R&D strategy for agronomy and biostimulants, aligning with company goals and market trends.
Lead cross-functional teams in designing and implementing research projects related to crop health, soil management, and sustainable practices.
Oversee the development and testing, ensuring efficiency and compliance with regulatory standards.
Work closely with agronomists, scientists, and external partners to foster collaboration and knowledge exchange.
Manage R&D budgets, allocate resources effectively, and track project expenses.
Analyse research data, interpret results, and provide actionable recommendations.
Protect and manage intellectual property related to research findings and innovations.
Prepare regular progress reports for senior management and stakeholders.
Ph.D. in Agronomy, Plant Science, or related field.
Minimum 5 years of experience in agricultural R&D, with a focus on biostimulants and sustainable practices.
Strong understanding of agronomy principles, soil health, and crop physiology.
Familiarity with biostimulant formulations and their impact on plant growth.
Proficiency in statistical analysis and experimental design.
Proven ability to lead and motivate cross-functional teams.
Excellent communication skills for collaboration and stakeholder engagement.
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