International Job vacancy: Agtech Project Manager

Wheat grower Noah Williams (left) and Garrett Duyck, a soil conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, track data from soil sensors installed on a cover cropped wheat field and a fallowed wheat field. The data will help Williams develop a cover cropping plan that maximizes soil moisture

International Job vacancy: Agtech Project Manager

Deko Holding is manufacturer and exporter of Agri-Food products. We are looking to recruit an Agtech Project Manager who will lead the development of our IT infrastructure and Application dedicated to our agricultural operations.

Applicants should have at least 5 years of work experience and should demonstrate successful track record in the development and management of Agtech application and infrastructure.

Job Description
You will lead a Team of Developers to develop Agtech applications (mobile and desktop) for our agricultural operations.

Specifications/ Qualifications
– Experiences in developing Agtech applications (mobile and desktop)
– Experiences with the following technologies: Ethereum blockchain, IoT, Big Data, Distributed Computing

Work location
You can choose to be based in Phnom-Penh, Cambodia or in Benin city, Nigeria.
You should be able to travel to our project sites in the Southeast Asia and West Africa.

Salary: Based on your professional background and experiences, your salary can start from 30,000 USD per year (negotiable) + Annual bonus based on your performance and achievement (2 to 3 months salary)

Deadline: 31 December 2018

Please email your application which emphasized your past experiences related to the above topics to our Consulting Firm in charge of our recruitment:

Smart International Consulting
Email:info@smartconsulting.asia
Skype: adalidda
WhatsApp / Telegram: +85577778919
Web: https://smartconsulting.asia

Wheat grower Noah Williams (left) and Garrett Duyck, a soil conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, track data from soil sensors installed on a cover cropped wheat field and a fallowed wheat field. The data will help Williams develop a cover cropping plan that maximizes soil moisture

Illustration Photo: Wheat grower Noah Williams (left) and Garrett Duyck, a soil conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, track data from soil sensors installed on a cover cropped wheat field and a fallowed wheat field. The data will help Williams develop a cover cropping plan that maximizes soil moisture. (credits: NRCS Oregon / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0))