Agronomy Professor CV Template

Agronomy professors study and teach farm processes and farming systems.  They teach agriculture students and agronomy majors and may also be tasked in teaching some general education subjects in science.  Agronomy professors must have an interest in the farm and actual farming.  An experience in farming and managing a farm is a plus for job seekers since agronomy professors must hold classes in demonstration farms and may also need to do actual farming with the students.  Agronomy professors need to finish a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and also finish a master’s or doctorate degree in agronomy.

Sample Agronomy Professor CV Template

Don McCain

Dufferin Street, Clerkenwell

London, EC2Y 8RY

Phone:  222-776-6035



Industrious professional with experience in managing farms is looking for a position as an agronomy professor in a university where I can share my abilities to students who have a passion for farming.


Summary of Qualification

  • With four years of experience working as an agronomy professor.
  • Possess expertise and hands-on experience in different farming systems.
  • Has a love for farming which I can share with students.
  • With excellent motivational and organizational skills.
  • Excellent skills in interacting with peers and handling students from different levels.


Career Experience/Job History

2006 – Present:  Agronomy Professor, London University

  • Responsible for handling at least twelve units of agronomy and agriculture courses every semester.
  • Handle laboratory and field work with students.
  • Write scientific papers for publication in journals.



2001 – 2005:  Master of Science in Agronomy, London University

1997 – 2001:  Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, London University


Professional reference will be furnished upon request.