Careers at BioConsortia

BioConsortia, Inc. is an agricultural microbial company established in 2014 to discover, develop and commercialize microbial consortia products for improving agricultural yields. We are building a strong business and R&D culture that is both fast-moving and innovative, as you would expect from a start-up, with the structure and discipline of a major agricultural research company.

We are seeking the best talent to help drive success in the area of high production, sustainable agriculture.

 

  • Plant Microbiome Scientist (US) +

    BioConsortia, Inc. is an innovative microbial company developing natural solutions for the agriculture industry. This exciting, high growth biotechnology company is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced scientist to lead its plant microbiome research program and contribute to the discovery and development of microbial products for improving crop productivity. You will work closely with the R&D teams in the USA and New Zealand, and provide crucial technical input into business development discussions and external collaborations.

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  • Research Associate, Fermentation (US) +

    BioConsortia is seeking a Research Associate to join its R&D team in Davis, California. This position will be responsible for conducting fermentation and downstream processing research to support product development, formulation, and new lead discovery. The successful candidate will work closely with the company’s fermentation, formulation, and microbiology teams.

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  • Formulation Scientist (US) +

    BioConsortia is seeking a Formulation Scientist to join its R&D team in Davis, California. This will be a senior level position responsible for formulation development of microbial biopesticides and biostimulants and managing formulation lab operations. The successful candidate will work closely with all levels of the Company’s R&D team.

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