Applications are now open for Hart’s 2020 Regional Internship in Applied Grains Research.¬†

A regional internship offers graduate students one year training in applied grains research and development (R & D). The internship will be based in Clare, South Australia with the Hart Field-Site Group (HFSG). The intern will work with HFSG research manager on a daily basis, and collaborate with other researchers, industry, consultants and growers to deliver research projects in regional South Australia.
The HFSG conducts a large number of trials across the Mid-North and interns will contribute to research areas such as:

  • Weed management and control
  • Soil fertility and crop nutrition
  • Crop entomology
  • Agronomy and seeding systems

Research options may be tailored to your specific interests. You will gain skills in the areas of trial design and management, sampling, statistical analysis of data and written and oral communication with growers and advisers. You will also assist with the preparation of HFSG events (e.g. field days and workshops) and have the opportunity to network and attend industry events (e.g. GRDC updates).

Eligibility: Students who have completed a Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences or equivalent in the past five years.
Start date: 24 February 2020 (negotiable)
Salary: $64,000-$67,000 per annum
To apply: Send a current CV including the names of 2 academic and/or work related referees, your academic transcript and brief letter (maximum 2 pages) addressing the following questions:

  • How would you like to make a contribution to Australian agriculture?
  • How does this opportunity fit with your career goals?

Applications close: August 30, 2019 at 5pm
Send to: Sandy Kimber, Executive Officer, Hart Field-Site Group,

This initiative has been developed by the South Australian Grains Industry Trust, HFSG and South Australian Research and Development Institute.

For more information please contact:
Dr Sarah Noack
Research and Extension Manager
Hart Field-Site Group
Phone: 0420 218 420

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