Employee-Owned Biologist Jobs

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Biologist jobs at employee-owned companies bring together scientific expertise with a culture of shared ownership, creating a professional environment rooted in both biological research and collective success. With a direct stake in their company’s success, biologists not only conduct research and experiments but also analyze data, publish findings, collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, secure research funding, stay updated on emerging scientific trends, and actively engage in knowledge sharing and mentoring, contributing to the organization's enduring success by driving scientific innovation and aligning their expertise with the collective prosperity of the company.

Biologist jobs typically include a bachelor's or higher degree in biology or a related field, strong research and analytical skills, proficiency in laboratory techniques, fieldwork experience, and the ability to interpret and communicate scientific findings effectively while aligning with the objectives and culture of the employing organization. Scientific skills combined with ownership culture cultivates a motivated, collaborative, and forward-thinking workforce, ensuring the advancement of research, adherence to ethical standards, and contributing to the company's lasting success by pushing the boundaries of knowledge and aligning their scientific expertise with the collective prosperity of the employee-owners

Employee Ownership

Employee ownership changes the relationship between the company and employee. Today there are 6,400 employee-owned companies in America.

Wealth Building

Working at an employee-owned company provides tremendous wealth-building benefits beyond conventional roles. Employee-owned companies provide every employee with reasonable access to ownership through broad-based structures such as Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), Employee Ownership Trusts (EOTs), or even Direct Share Ownership Plans (DSOPs). 

Ownership aligns interests and encourages wealth accumulation as the company thrives, enhancing the financial security of the employee-owners and positively impacting the culture of the business.

Ownership Culture

Broad-based ownership creates alignment, fosters commitment, increases collaboration, and drives innovation. Giving employees a direct financial stake in the success of the company incentivizes efficiency, leads to improved decision-making, and increases customer satisfaction. The shared responsibility created by an ownership culture strengthens the company’s performance, which benefits employees through shared ownership. 


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Positions list a wide range of experience, ranging from 1-10 years of biology/ecology industry experience
  • Degree requirements vary from Bachelor’s degrees in Biology, Ecology, or related fields
  • General computer and technology knowledge
  • Most roles require you to pass background check and drug screen
  • Ability to complete necessary courses/certifications upon hire