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Farm Manager - Poultry  

Elms Farm Poultry Ltd - Hinckley, Leicestershire, East Midlands, UK

Elms Farm Poultry Ltd have a fantastic opportunity for a Broiler Farm Manager to join our team based in the Heart of England, Leicestershire. Farm Work careers... From £25,000 to £35,000 per annum plus bonuses. accommodation, health

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Wind Farm Analyst  

Cathcart Energy - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK

Looking to work with the world's largest independent wind and solar project management consultancy company? Then look no further! Farm careers... £27000 - £30000 per annum

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Business Development Manager  

Laverstoke Park Farm - Overton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

We have an exciting opportunity for a high calibre Business Development Manager to oversee our small and friendly Sales department. Working within a fun and dynamic environment this would suit a highly... farming...

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Class and Farm Technician  

Bedales School - Petersfield, Hampshire, Hampshire, South East, UK

Benefits: On Site Parking, Free School lunches during Term Time, Life Assurance, Pension, Personal Accident Cover Post Title: Class and Farm Technician Farmer... From £18,948 to £21,778 per annum

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National Account Executive  

Doves Farm Foods - Hungerford, West Berkshire, United Kingdom

This role will be responsible for the day to day management of nominated accounts in the foodservice and wholesale sales channel as well as giving support to the rest of the sales team in their channels... farmers guardian... £24000/annum Car Allowance, OTE Bonus

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Wind Farm Analyst  

Cathcart Energy - Glasgow, Lanarkshire (+1 location)

You will be working as a key member of the Pre-construction team supporting data management, accurate reporting and problem resolution. You will also work closely with the Wind Farm Operations department... agriculture... 27000.0000 - 30000.00

from: (+3 sources) - Yesterday

Operations Controller (wind farms)  

Cathcart Energy - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, UK

You will be responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of our wind assets installed throughout the UK, as well as the safety of the in-house and external workers who operate and maintain... farm in England... Up to £26000 per annum

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from: - 6 days ago

Director of Farm Operations and Innovation  

AoC Jobs - England, GB (+3 locations)

The individual appointed must have visionary and dynamic leadership skills, the ability to drive the strategic direction and management of the College's farming operations and have the knowledge and skills... Farms...

from: (+2 sources) - 4 days ago

Assistant Farm Manager - Breeder Laying - Scutt Mill  

Avara - Hereford, Herefordshire, West Midlands, UK

We have ambitious plans for the future, and there hasn’t been a more exciting time to join us, as we embark on a journey of growth and continued commitment to offering our customers the very best products... underwriting assistant state farm... Highly Competitive with excellent benefits

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Farm Grain Buyer  

Agricultural and Farming Jobs - Lyndhurst, Hampshire, United Kingdom

My Client are one of the UK’s leading traders of grains. Due to growth and expansion they now require experienced Farm Grain Buyers (as well as Farm Grain Traders) to join their team. * To negotiate the... wind farm service technician...

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  • farm Chuck

    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.

    • Gary:

      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.

      • Martin:

        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.

        • Min:

          Nothing remarkable.

    • Ruth:

      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 Leo

    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?

    • James:

      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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