• Are you experienced in the Sports Turf sector; green keeping, sports turf agronomy or sales?
• Do you have a keen interest and desire to sell new technologies for sustainable sports turf and landscape management improving soil and plant health?
• Would you like to make a difference and improve the way sports turf is managed, reducing physical disruption, inorganic fertiliser and pesticide use?
• Are you focused, enthusiastic and self-motivated?
If so, Symbio is the company for you!
We currently work with over 1200 sports turf facilities including golf courses, major sports stadia, schools and Local Authorities in the UK, and 21 countries in Europe and Scandinavia.
Scotland to manage existing accounts and further develop the North and East of the country, with scope to work into other sectors as the business continues to grow.
There are also opportunities for overseas travel, to manage customers abroad, support our distributors and present at seminars.
Symbio offers extensive training to ensure our team stays at the forefront of technical expertise and development in all aspects of soil science for the turf and landscape industry.
Symbio pays an excellent salary with performance related bonus, pension, and health insurance plus a fully expensed car.
If you want a career change to work with the technologies that are changing the way sports turf is managed, producing better surfaces within restrictive legislation, and believe that you can add value to our company send your CV and covering letter to Polly Gearing, Administration Manager email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 3rd May 2019.
Symbio, established in 1990, was the first company to combine soil biology and chemistry to develop a range of industry changing products. Symbio launched Green Circle introducing nutrient fixing microbes to reduce fertiliser use in 1992, since then some of Symbio’s industry firsts include:- Thatch Eater to convert thatch to plant food, mycorrhizal fungi to promote perennial grasses and in some cases more than halve fertiliser use; Liquid Aeration to provide oxygen throughout the rootzone; compost teas to restore life to chemically damaged and compacted rootzones which together with a comprehensive selection of fertilisers, biostimulants, Johnsons seeds and wetting agents, supplies a complete range for healthy grass and plant growth.
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2nd May 2019