About Beeflow

Beeflow is a biotech startup company that leverages scientific knowledge and technology to improve the impact of ecosystem services in agriculture. Beeflow creates and manages pollination programs for farmers which increase crop yields by up to 60%. The company combines scientific knowledge of crop pollination, bee biology & behavior and chemical ecology with proprietary technologies including molecules that help train bees to pollinate specific crops and a plant-based bee diet that enhances bees’ immune system. This novel approach to pollination management allows growers to produce more with less.

Based in California and with operations across the US West Coast, Mexico, Peru and Argentina, Beeflow closed an $8.3M Series A in May 2021 with Ospraie Ag Sciences, Future Ventures, Vectr Ventures, Jeff Wilke (former CEO of Worldwide Consumer at Amazon), SOSV and others. Beeflow’s team of experts includes biologists, ecologists, entomologists, agronomists, and entrepreneurs. For more information about Beeflow, please visit www.beeflow.com.

About the Role

We are looking for agronomists, biologists or related professionals to temporarily join our operations team providing monitoring services in blueberries production in the region of Oregon.

Main tasks

  • Assist with field trial set-up
  • Monitor crop phenology
  • Monitor crop pollination
  • Basic beekeeping tasks
  • Data collection during the harvest.

Type of Contract

Seasonal contract from April till end of May (+/- 1 week)


  • Resident of Oregon, with eligibility to work in that country.
  • Experience working in the field
  • Availability full-time to work during the months of April and May
  • Driver’s license up to date
  • Basic computer skills
  • Comfortable working around active beehives
  • Previous knowledge of beekeeping or experience working in the field is an asset but not required.
  • Ability to communicate in spanish is an asset but not required


  • Competitive compensation
  • Opportunity to learn about blueberries production, pollination and bee biology.