Farm Worker

Posted 26 February 2024
Salary £23000 - £28000 per annum, Benefits: Full training and benefits
Job type Permanent
Discipline FarmingGraduate & TraineePig & Poultry
Contact NameCharlotte Levent

Job description

Farm Worker-Staffordshire-Salary Circa £25,000 + Full Training + Excellent Benefits and Opportunity for Progression!
We are working with a friendly, family-run farming business to recruit an enthusiastic and hard-working individual to join them as a Chicken Stockperson.
The successful candidate will be assisting with all aspects of the chicken farm, brooding, catching and ensuring a high standard of animal welfare. This is a fantastic opportunity for a candidate with previous experience of handling chickens, however full training will be given.

The Candidate
-Hands-on and hard-working
-Previous tractor and telehandling skills are beneficial
-Excellent communication
-A full UK Driving License

The Package
Salary Circa £25,000 + Full Training and Benefits!

Please email your CV to Charlotte Levent, Recruitment Consultant - CLevent@agriRS.co.uk
We thank all applicants who respond, but please be advised that only those short listed for interview will be contacted.
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