Assistant Grower/Apprenticeship – Wales

Dec 17, 2015

Assistant Grower/Apprenticeship in Wales – January 2016 start

 

Troed-y-Rhiw Organics, West Wales are seeking a keen and enthusiastic grower for a busy and diverse horticulture business on a 23 acre Soil Association certified organic farm.

You will be managing farm propagation, working at markets, harvesting and helping manage WWOOFers. Some experience of growing is required but we are willing to further train up the right individual. Pay is dependent on level of experience.

Deadline for applications is 31 December 2015.

Please send CV and covering letter to Nathan Richards at info@troedyrhiwfarm.co.uk

Read more about our farm: www.troedyrhiwfarm.co.uk

There is the potential for the successful applicant to sign up as part of the Future Growers scheme. Please read about it here: www.soilassociation.org/futuregrowers

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