Summer Research Assistant Position - Irrigation Systems for Apple & Sweet Cherry

Hiring Organization: MSU Department of Horticulture Research Station
Employment type: Internship
Job Location: Clarksville, MI
Application Deadline: June 1, 2014

Summer work at Clarksville Research Center, Clarksville, MI

Seeking qualified applicants interested in research assistance for summer 2014 assisting with a research project primarily associated with design and testing of micro sprinkler systems for applying chemicals in apple and sweet cherry research orchard plots at the CRC near Clarksville, MI.

The work is part of an MSU national competitive grant research project heading by faculty at MSU.

Employment is for May through August, 40 hours per week. Qualified applicants should have a high school education. Wages are hourly at $10 per hour minimum depending on qualifications and experience. Contact Dr. Ron Perry, Professor of Horticulture, MSU, 517-355-5191, Xtn 1433 or send email with resume to perryr@msu.edu.

Applicants should live within commuter distance from the research station located near Clarksville. 

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