Licensed Science Officer (Agrologist)

Agrologists study commercial and native plant communities and livestock production in order to improve yields, while at the same time advocating sustainable farming and ranching methods.

Agrologists may also study farm, urban, and wilderness interfaces to find solutions to the challenge of competing demands on the land base, for example wildlife habitat, timber, recreation, urban expansion and livestock. Most agrologists work as members of a team alongside other scientists and agriculture experts.

Applicable Job Codes

  PEA
Job Code 401001
Salary Plan PEA
Bargaining Unit Code 2

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Applicable Job Codes

  PEA
Job Code 401002
Salary Plan PEA
Bargaining Unit Code 2

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Applicable Job Codes

  PEA
Job Code 401003
Salary Plan PEA
Bargaining Unit Code 2

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Applicable Job Codes

  PEA
Job Code 401004
Salary Plan PEA
Bargaining Unit Code 2

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Applicable Job Codes

  PEA
Job Code 401005
Salary Plan PEA
Bargaining Unit Code 2

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