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At BASF Canada Agricultural Solutions, we offer unique career options that match a variety of skillsets. Whether you’re looking for a research, commercial or manufacturing role, there are a range of opportunities you can consider. Hear directly from our team about just a few of these key roles.


Positions in Research may involve Biologists, Agronomists, Breeding Associates or Breeders, Plant Pathologists, Lab and/or Greenhouse Technicians and more. These teams are on the forefront of innovation at BASF.

The Field Biologist

A day in the life of a Field Biologist at BASF involves managing trials for fungicides, seed treatments, insecticides and herbicides, as well as the rotation areas across the 100-acre Lethbridge Research Farm. Brittany Hedges tells us more about how she tests crop protection products to help support commercial decisions across the tech service and marketing teams.

The Research Agronomist

If you’re looking for a multi-faceted role that allows you to refine your presentation skills, retailer and grower connections, as well as your product communication expertise, you’ll want to hear Jason Nysten talk about being a Research Agronomist at BASF. Working on the Strathmore hybrid wheat research site, Jason is responsible for the maintenance and production of trial pod data within Central Alberta. He’s proud to help advance industry-leading research efforts and ensure seed quality performs maximally across multiple field locations.

The Plant Breeder

The BASF Innovation Centre is the main breeding facility in North America for InVigor® hybrid canola, with over 60% of the market share. As a Plant Breeder, Katrina Roberts focuses on inbred development and hybrid production of InVigor hybrid canola across seed logistics and seed chemistry activities. Hear more about her role and find out if it could work for you.


Positions in the Commercial function involve roles in our Sales, Technical Service, Marketing and Customer Solutions teams. These teams work closely with our Growers and/or our Retail partners.

The Brand Manager

Being a Brand Manager at BASF gives you the unique opportunity of being fully integrated in both sales and marketing. It’s for those passionate about innovation, cross-collaboration and finding solutions for agriculture’s biggest problems. Dan Packer tells us more about how he develops marketing campaigns, explores new product development and finds innovative solutions to customer challenges in his role as Brand Manager.

The Retail Representative

Interested in a career path that takes you out of the office and on the road? Being a Retail Representative at BASF gives you daily flexibility and the opportunity to build relationships with retailers across Western Canada. That’s what Joshua Sanden enjoys about his role as he works closely with growers and businesses to ensure products get to where they’re needed most.

The Technical Services Specialist

A day in the life of a Technical Services Specialist at BASF typically involves agronomic evaluations of canola plot trial sites and yield data collection to help growers make important decisions. Rongrong Xiang enjoys the role because she not only gets to work closely to support the BASF sales team with tasks ranging from technology transfer to in-field training, but she also gets to spend time interacting directly with growers.


Positions in Manufacturing are critical to ensuring our Growers receive high quality product to a retailer near them on time. Roles include Quality Assurance, Engineering, Production, Seed Supply, Supply Operations and Logistics roles.

The Planning Manager

As a Planning Manager within BASF supply operations, you can work within our world-class manufacturing facility in the heart of the Prairies. It’s a good fit for someone looking for the diversity of collaborating with a variety of people across both the business and operation side, as well as the challenge of coming up with creative solutions to problems. Eric Hosie shares more about his role ensuring BASF products are made on time and arrive at the right place.