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SRUC (Scotland’s Rural College) is a widely respected higher education institute dedicated to producing specialist research, delivering high quality education and providing comprehensive consultancy services in the rural sector within the UK and beyond.   SRUC is unique in Scotland and one of the largest organizations of its kind in Europe.  Our ambitious and exciting vision is to work at local, national and international levels, leading innovation and sustainable development for the natural economy.

1- Crop and Soil Diagnostics Manager
Full Time
Salary: Grade 3
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Job Description:
In this role you will take charge of diagnostic crop clinic services and advice to develop a refreshed delivery model for this unified service. Candidate will bring specialist expertise in crop science or agronomy and provide expert crop and soil diagnostic and advisory back up to SAC Consultants and clients.
He will collaborate closely with the delivery managers of other diagnostic and analytical services at SRUC (Vets / Soils / Plant tissue) to streamline the supporting processes and integrate the crop clinic services into a cohesive customer experience. You will have budgetary responsibility for the services provided and be responsible for the quality of service delivery internally and externally.

Interview Date: Jan-08-2021

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Scotland’s Rural College – SRUC – United Kingdom

TitleJobs in Edinburgh | SRUC Jobs | UK Jobs Dec 2020
Hiring OrganizationSRUC – Scotland’s Rural College
Job LocationEdinburgh, United Kingdom
Date PostedDec/12/2020
Base SalaryUK Pound £
Description Listed below
Employment TypeFull Time
Valid UntilJan/08/2021
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Scotland’s Rural College Jobs 12 Dec 2020
1- Crop and Soil Diagnostics Manager
Full Time
Salary: Grade 3
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Job Description:
In this role you will take charge of diagnostic crop clinic services and advice to develop a refreshed delivery model for this unified service. You will bring specialist expertise in crop science or agronomy and provide expert crop and soil diagnostic and advisory back up to SAC Consultants and clients.
You will collaborate closely with the delivery managers of other diagnostic and analytical services at SRUC (Vets / Soils / Plant tissue) to streamline the supporting processes and integrate the crop clinic services into a cohesive customer experience. You will have budgetary responsibility for the services provided and be responsible for the quality of service delivery internally and externally.

Interview Date: Jan-08-2021

For more and complete jobs details, please scroll down & see the details.

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