To provide learning opportunities which promote professional development with a commitment to create the atmosphere and the means to pursue excellence. Practical training that will impart quality work-experience in the wine industry through hands-on participation related to viticulture.
•Accurately collect viticulture field data which can include, but is not limited to:
o pest and disease levels and damage assessments
o cluster counts, cluster weights
o vine counts, vine weights
o shoot elongation measurements
o soil sampling
o petiole sampling
o collection of fruit samples
• Data entry
• Weekly reports
• Communication of harvest progress with the Winemaker and the Vineyard Director
o Recording harvest weights for delivery tags and legal weigh tags
H.S. diploma or equivalent
Completed degree or currently enrolled in a program relating to plant sciences or a related field preferred.
Must be able to take direction both verbally and/or in written form.
Ability to manage time and prioritize workload.
Must be self motivated.
Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
Must have a valid driver's license and provide a record of safe driving history.
Experienced in the operation of computers and data entry.
Must be flexible to work extended hours and night harvest in extreme weather conditions.
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates - 22 months ago
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