Apprentice Grower Vacancy (2 year) – Cirencester, England.

Dec 19, 2017

The Organic Farm Shop at Abbey Home Farm is offering a great opportunity for a hardworking, passionate about organic growing, person who wants to become a vegetable grower.

The successful applicant will join the gardening team in March 2018 with a view to becoming the next 2.5 year apprentice soon after. You will need to have a ‘can do’ flexible attitude and be a good team player. The majority of the time will be vegetable growing and there will also be educational sessions to lead and work in the shop once or twice a month (full training will be given for both).

Abbey Home Farm are looking specifically for someone who has already had experience as a longish term WWOOFer or seasonal worker.

Interviews will be at the beginning of January 2018.

If you are interested please click here for more details and how to apply.

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