Monsanto is one of the world’s leading agricultural technology companies. We’re a company committed to innovation, focused on working with farmers to help them produce more with less natural resources, and we offer exceptional careers. When you take your career to Monsanto, you’ll join a team where your skills, your ideas, and your – more... know-how can do more than contribute to the bottom line. You’ll help our customers provide the food, fuel and clothing the growing world needs. Now that’s what we call a rewarding career.
Opportunities at Monsanto range from sales and marketing jobs to research and agronomy jobs. We’re always looking for exceptional professionals who are interested in growing careers while at the same time helping meet the world’s growing agricultural needs, conserve natural resources and protect the environment. Sound like a job for you?
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