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Agronomists are hired to improve the safety and efficiency of agriculture-based organizations. They typically specialize in a specific area of agronomy, such as soil fertility or pest and insect control. The duties vary depending on the company. Some jobs may require you to reach out to the farming commmunity to train them how to improve their crop production while other jobs may be more focused on research and development. A bachelor's degree is required, and a master's degree is typically preferred. Some jobs may also prefer candidates who hold certain licenses and certifications, such as a agricultural application license and crop advisory certification.
Job openings for agronomists can be found through typical channels like online job boards such as Indeed and CareerBuilder. Vacancies can also be found through agriculture career fairs and schools with agriculture programs. The interview will focus on your work experience—specifically, the practical application of your technical knowledge. You may be expected to present your studies to others, so your ability to communicate clearly will be key. You'll also be assessed in terms of your cultural fit with the company and the personality fit with the team or department in which you'll be hired into.
To prepare for an interview for argonomists, read the job description carefully to understand the requirements. Identify the company's values to see how you align with them. To prepare for the technical aspect of the job, review your knowledge and think of ways that it applies in the real world. If you have experience operating certain instruments or equipment, connect that skill with an ability that's related to the responsibilities in the job posting. Prepare for the interpersonal aspects of the job by thinking of times when you had to communicate technical information to a novice and was able to provide actionable advice. Finally, make a strong impression by thinking about how your role as an agronomist impacts the business you're applying to and how your positive performance can improve profits or other positive outcomes for the organization.