Working Farm Manager – Doddington, Kent
Salary: Competitive package - Accommodation available.
Our client is growing business who specialise in arable farming, the focus of the business is to treat each land parcel individually to get the most from it. Be that growing food, environmental gains or energy production. They use the latest technology combined with tried and tested methods in order to run an efficient and environmentally friendly business. They operate under a variety of circumstances, from owner occupied, to tenanted, to share farming and understand that each land owner's aims are different.
They are now on the lookout for a suitability experienced Working Farm Manager join their team in Doddington, Kent.
This is an exciting opportunity for a progressive and forward-thinking individual to take the next step in their career. We are looking for someone to oversee part of a large commercial combinable crops business, and to use their previous experience to help develop and influence a new venture to take the business past the reductions in BPS and maintain growth.
The farm manager would be helping oversee roughly half of the area and reporting to the farm management team. This will be an active working role, including working with agronomists, driving combines and providing back up to the sprayer and other machinery operators.
Essential Skills and Experience:
The role would suit someone looking for the next step in their career; likely educated to degree level and with around 5 years of experience working within a commercial farming business.
The individual would be competent and confident in the growing of arable crops, with BASIS and FACTS being advantageous to the role. Experience with root crops, irrigation and knowledge of growing onions would be beneficial.
- Competitive package including training to be provided where necessary.
- Accommodation available.
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