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30+ days ago

Account Development Representative

Syngenta Omaha, NE

Provide leadership & oversight to the Customer Unit Recruitment Team in their efforts of recruitment and expansion of the distribution channel…

27 days ago

Process Engineering CO-Op

Syngenta Omaha, NE

The co-op will be supporting the Operations group at the Omaha crop protection site. The co-op will perform various tasks that support the Operations… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Services Lead

Syngenta Omaha, NE

*Our work matters. There has never been a better time to join Syngenta! Role purpose : • This role will provide the direct technical support… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager Plant Logistics

Syngenta Omaha, NE

• This role manages a staff of Logistics professionals and the associated budget for department. This may be on a dotted line basis across a matrixed… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Agronomic Service Representative

Syngenta Omaha, NE

By joining the commercial organization you will represent and be a strong contributing team member to achieve profitable growth and create an… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Maintenance CO-OP

Syngenta Omaha, NE

The CO-OP will be working with the Maintenance Team to continue to develop robust maintenance systems for the Omaha production facility. This will… Glassdoor

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31 Ratings

    Great people, pretty good benefits, non-competitive salary.

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    Current Employee - Assistant Scientist I
    Current Employee - Assistant Scientist I

    I have been working at Syngenta full-time for more than a year


    Everyone in the science field I've worked with have been easy to work with and get along well. Benefits such as health insurance, 401k and stock purchase matching (up to a certain percent), seem pretty good.


    Salaries are not competitive, especially at lower levels, and raises are pretty much non-existent. There's also no work-life balance, to speak of. You're not really expected to have a life outside of work and the company.

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    If you want to keep your scientists around longer, pay better. Turnover and training really hamper efficiency and growth of sectors.

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