The Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association

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Research / Extension Agronomist
The Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association (LEADA) is a dynamic, farmer driven organisation that is meeting the research, development and extension needs of the local farming community through working with key research and development organisations, natural resource management bodies and local industry.
The research / extension agronomist role is a key role in ensuring the ongoing success of LEADA and its ability to continue to deliver solutions and opportunities for improved production systems for lower Eyre Peninsula.
Applicants need to demonstrate their ability to deliver on the roles and responsibilities and also address the personal abilities and skills in the contractor description. Provide names and contacts for two referees. Please keep applications to a maximum of three pages in length.
The position of 0.4FTE is being offered on a contractor basis for up to two years with a probationary period of six months.
For further information and a copy of the contractor description contact Executive Officer on leadaexec@gmail.com
Applications can be sent to LEADA Research / Extension Agronomist Contractor, PO Box 1197, Port Lincoln, SA 5606 or emailed to leadaexec@gmail.com by 5.00pm on 6 July 2018.

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The Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association (LEADA) is a grower group that specifically addresses issues and solutions to improve farming systems on lower Eyre Peninsula and is committed to providing support and attracting activity to lower Eyre Peninsula that builds the productivity and viability of our farming systems, driven by local issues and the search for solutions that suit local systems. LEADA’s plan is divided into three themes that recognise the importance of research and extension, skill development and leadership in growing a strong organisation that is meeting the needs of its farmer members.