Full-time Paid Farm Workers – Scotland

Dec 13, 2016

There are currently vacancies for two farm workers in Falkland, Fife.

Two farm workers are required to stay for the 2017 growing season – starting in March – and possibly beyond. You will be involved in all aspects of growing organic vegetables including; cultivations, sowing, weeding , planting, harvesting, packing and selling. Ideally you will have experience of commercial organic horticulture and be keen to further your involvement in this occupation. Training will be provided and we are encouraging staff to get involved in the Soil Association’s Future Grower scheme.

Some accommodation is provided on site. This is full time work and you will need to be fit and healthy and be prepared to work in all weathers.

Pay is regulated by Scottish Agricultural Wages Board.

Please apply to bruce@pillars.co.uk with cv and covering letter.

To find out more about this job please take a look around the Pillars of Hercules website: www.pillars.co.uk

Information on The Soil Association’s Future Growers Scheme click here.

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