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Vegetable Seed Production Rep- Washington

Seed Production Representative

"Production Field Representative"

Seminis Vegetables

Eastern Washington

Monsanto's Seminis Vegetable division has an open role in Eastern Washington working closely with our vegetable seed suppliers. This is a great opportunity if you are excited about the corporate/business aspects of Agriculture (growth opportunity & business development potential) but still want to spend most of your time working a field. Key seed crops grown in this territory are peas, beans (garden & dried), onions & carrot.

The Production Field Representative is accountable for the seed crops grown at our partner (contracted) producer locations. This means working closely with our contracted growers regarding everything from initial planning and contract through to harvest. This includes: contract negotiation, pre-plant planning, crop placement, input use, supervision of production teams through harvest of seed crops. You will be the liaison between that grower and Seminis to ensure they under stand and meet planned volume expectations, seed quality specification and established timely delivery to operation facilities.

This role will be "home-based" in our Warden, Washington office. However, 80% of the work will be done onsite at grower locations in the Eastern Washington territory.

This role directly supervises up to 30 seasonal field employees (planting, roughing, and harvest labor) as well as supports labor contract companies. The Production Field Representative carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Monsanto's policies and applicable labor laws.

People leadership responsibilities include:

Key Responsibilities:


  • Bachelors Degree in Agriculture OR other education with strong agriculture industry experience.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents
  • Willingness to travel; occasional regional and national travel
  • Must pass a substance abuse test and background and driving record checks

Possession of a Certified State Crop consultants license is desired.