Passionate to eat better, Infarm was founded in Berlin in 2013 by Osnat Michaeli and the brothers Erez and Guy Galonska. With the aim to share the goodness of own-grown produce with everyone, they developed a smart modular farming system, that allows distribution of farms throughout the urban environment, growing fresh produce in any available space and fulfilling any market demand.
Today, with cutting edge R&D, patented technologies, and a leading multi-disciplinary team, Infarm is growing a global farming network helping cities become self-sufficient in their food production while significantly improving the safety, quality, and environmental footprint of our food.
Be part of the Infarm (r)evolution and help people to take back ownership of their food.
Who you are
As a part of our team you help us understand the effects of the light spectrum, intensity and duration on the plant growth, shape, color and metabolic profile, both during its pre- and post-harvest life. Using this acquired knowledge, and in collaboration with dedicated hardware and software teams, you help creating strategies for improving crop yield and quality.
- You're excited about our vision to reshape the food industry.
- You believe diversity, collaboration and teamwork are key drivers for success.
- You thrive in an environment where you can take ownership and solve hard problems.
- You love a challenge and want to do well while doing good.
- You want to expand your horizons.
- Staying on top of the latest developments in the field of assimilation lighting for horticulture, both in academia and industry.
- Defining in collaboration with Infarm’s Crop Science, Hardware and Software teams appropriate experimental designs to understand the effects of light on crop yield and quality.
- Guiding the execution (and execute if required) of the experiments.
- Communicating the experimental results to stakeholders in written technical reports and oral presentations.
- Using the knowledge acquired through literature reviews and experimentation to create strategies for improving crop yield and quality.
- Attending conferences, symposia, webinar and courses in the field of assimilation lighting for horticulture.
- Training and guiding laboratory technicians for the execution of the experiments and measurements.
- PhD and Post-doc in the field of plant photobiology and stress physiology.
- h-index equal or higher than 10.
- More than 300 total citations.
- At least two years of work experience in the indoor farming industry.
What we offer
- Take opportunities: Join Infarm as we expand across the globe and change the future of farming
- Drive Impact: Be a true partner to the business, working closely with top-level managers
- Accelerate Growth: A friendly work environment with a diverse group of motivated, talented, and visionary colleagues
What’s also in for you
- Stay up-to-date: Regular global & regional All-hands meetings and Lunch & Learn sessions
- Meet your colleagues: Join our employee resource groups or (virtual) company activities
- Take some time off: 30 days of annual paid time off, and an extra day off on your birthday
- Be well: 24/7 professional counselling and various internal Health & Wellness initiatives (Yoga, Diet & Nutrition, and many more)
- Travel to Work: Free monthly BVG ticket and subsidized Swapfiets Bike Program
- Enjoy your meal: Choose between subsidized meal vouchers or a free onsite lunch, and additional snacks & drinks
- Save Up: Subscribe to your corporate pension scheme and look out for corporate discounts with more than 800 brands
Infarm is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to grow an inclusive environment, where everyone can thrive, regardless of your background and circumstances. We nurture diversity because we appreciate the uniqueness and differences between people. Each employee’s distinctive experiences, perspectives, and viewpoints helps us build a resilient environment, where we can all learn, grow, and create great things together. All applicants are given equal opportunity regardless of age, gender identity or expression, language, disability, ethnic origin, national origin, religion, belief, culture, socio-economic status, or sexual orientation.