EPSO working groups
Variety Administrator for global seed company
We are searching for a Variety Administrator for our research station in Denmark located in Store Heddinge. DLF is a global seed company which invests heavily in research to ensure its continuous development.
Within the DLF Group you will join an international R&D organisation of dedicated professionals. You will work in the cross field between plant breeders, product managers and sales managers, and help secure the optimal registration and commercial platform for our product pipelines. The main responsibilities will be to apply and maintain our diverse portfolio of new forage and turf varieties on national variety lists around the world. The job also includes communication and visits with national testing organisations, and responsibility for keeping up to date with national and international legislation and developments in variety testing systems and policies.
A challenging and varied job with great opportunities for professional and personal development in a global and intercultural field of work.
• A master’s degree in biology, agronomy or similar, with relevant experience in plant breeding, biology, genetics.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both orally and in writing, service oriented.
• Excellent English skills, ability to communicate in French and German.
You have a strong plant science background with practical crop experience. On top of this, you work with a structured and meticulous approach, and can navigate and meet deadlines in a sometimes complex role.
Send your letter of application and CV to HR@dlf.com
The interview process will commence as soon as qualified candidates are found.
For more information
Please contact Klaus K. Nielsen, Chief Scientific Officer DLF Group (+45 2040 2082).
DLF is the world’s leading clover and grass seed producer and has a strong position in the market and a market share of 25% globally. R&D and innovation is a keystone in our global business, and DLF has a strong international R&D organisation with breeding stations in Denmark, the Netherlands, UK, France, Czech Republic, USA and New Zealand. One in ten of our employees work within R&D. For further information see www.dlf.com.