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Farm Shop Head Cook  

Revills Farm Shop - Worcester, Worcestershire, West Midlands

Revills Farm Shop has been established for over 10 years, we opened a new kitchen in 2016 and are currently looking to employ a full time cook to support us in our busy café and help with our continued... Farm Work careers...

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from: - Yesterday

Engineering Manager - Wind Farms  

Astute Technical Recruitment Limited - Colchester

Responsibilities... The Wind Farm Engineering Manager will take in hand the delivery of technical, commissioning & operational support resulting in the delivery of a large scale offshore wind farm in the... Farm careers... £55k - £70k pa + bar allowance & Bonus

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from: (+3 sources) - 2 days ago

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Wind Farm Service Technician  

Cathcart Energy - Dumfries (+2 locations)

The position would suit an Authorised Technician (AT) or Competent Technician (CT) with a minimum of two years' experience of wind turbine service and maintenance. - Participate in continuous improvement... tractor driving vacancies... £25k - £27500 pa + Overtime + On Call

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Farm Administrator  

Gi Group - Kent

The successful applicant will need to be an excellent communicator, both verbally and written, with good PC skills. You will be a natural "people person", keen to learn Part Time Farm Administrator, based... farming... £8.88/hour

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from: - 3 days ago

Farm Labourer Immediate Start  

Ambitions Personnel - Retford, Nottinghamshire

Unfortunately due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to provide individual feedback. If you have not heard from us within 7 days, please assume that your application has not been... farmers jobs... £7.50/hour

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from: - 2 days ago

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Apprentice Chef - Vintage Inn - Poplar Farm Inn - Andover  

LIFETIME TRAINING - Andover, Hampshire, South East

To prepare and cook food quickly and efficiently and support the running of the kitchen, with the key aim of delivering quality food and service to our guests to brand specification and within brand standard... farmers guardian... 120.00 per week

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from: (+3 sources) - 3 days ago

SLA03391 - Teacher (EAL) (Fixed Term) - Newton Farm Primary School -Cambuslang  

Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland

An opportunity has arisen within the Extended Community Team in Cambuslang & Rutherglen for a temporary EAL teacher to cover a Maternity leave. Applications are invited from experienced classroom teachers... farmer jobs... £26,895 - £35,763 per year

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from: - Today

Farm Worker  

R H & A E Mayo - Weymouth

Farm work - scraping / bedding dairy yards / cubicles. 3-3.5 hrs per morning. 7am start. Car essential. graduate farm veterinary surgeon...

from: - 9 days ago

Farm Labourers  

Ambitions Personnel - Ashbourne, Derbyshire

As part of the Hygiene team you will be responsible for maintaining the best possible levels of cleanliness to ensure the company meets and exceeds strict Food Safety levels. You will be trained to operate... telehandler tractor driver farm hand... £7.50 - £7.51/hour + Free Parking

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from: - 9 days ago

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Sprayer Operator | Farm Foreman | Lincolnshire | £DOE  

MorePeople - Stamford

Passionate about preserving and caring for the land as well as producing high quality combinable crops, this forward thinking farming operation adopts a low-til approach and precision farming techniques... house team player perivale farm...

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from: (+2 sources) - 2 days ago

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  • farm

    Does anybody have experience working on a farm? I’d love to but everyone around me is trying to convince me to look for a different kind of job.

    • I have and I loved it. I did it during the summer break. The pace of life is not as relaxed as we’re sometimes made to believe, but it’s nothing like city life. Even stress is different there. I’m going to try again August and September this year.

      • I worked in a farm in Australia during my leap year and liked it a lot, and back home I did for a short time last year but didn’t like it. Now I’m giving it another try because I’m not finding work, I hope the experience will be better.

        • Nothing remarkable.

    • I’m considering it too, though I fear it might be a bit too demanding physically. I’m still willing to try though.

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  • Farm

    My dream has always been working on a farm, working the land and caring for cattle. As I've grown older, my dream has remained, but the conditions for this type of job have been getting worse and worse over the past years and unless you go big, there's really nothing doin', because you cannot survive, especially if you'd like to have a family... and to go big, you need big money...why is it that something as essential as this has so little value in the eyes of everyone?

    • I think it's basically because it's taken for granted. Making a living out of farming has always been a difficult thing, but lately it seems like only manufactured goods have any value. things are changing though with the trend towards organic production. good luck!

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