Job Vacancies – Flourish Produce, Cambridgeshire

Sep 17, 2020

A number of paid positions are currently available at Flourish Produce who grow vegetables, salads, herbs and edible flowers for chefs and restaurants.

We focus on taking the best care possible of our soil and using regenerative growing practices. 

Farm Manager

We are looking for someone with commercial growing experience to take on some of the operational managerial tasks in addition to being very hands on. We are looking for an honest, hard working, dedicated farmer who is excited about interesting produce and regenerative agriculture.

Tasks will include and extend beyond:

Work closely with the owner to set annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly production and management goals and effectively plan for their execution.

 Oversee some of the administrative duties of running a small business such as; data collection, ordering, stock control, health and safety etc.

 Ensure that all tools and equipment are maintained to the highest levels and that the farm stays safe, clean, and organised.

 Management of team of seasonal employees and volunteers.

 Infrastructure projects- putting up poly tunnels, basic carpentry, irrigation instillation and management.

 Tractor operations and maintenance.

 Crop work including planting, cultivating, harvesting etc.

 

The right applicant will have:

Ability to self-motivate and work alone or with a team.

General handiness and excellent problem solving skills.

Carpentry and general maintenance experience.

Experience managing several staff members.

Able to work in all weather conditions and be able to perform strenuous tasks.

Must be able to lift a minimum of 25kg.

Knowledge of farm machinery and operation of farm equipment.

Able to prioritise effectively.

Excellent communication skills.

A keen eye for detail.

Must be very reliable, dependable and morally sound.

 

This is a full time position and we are offering a cottage with this role.

 

Seasonal Grower

We are hiring a seasonal grower. We are looking for an honest, hard working, dedicated individual who is excited about interesting produce and regenerative agriculture.

Tasks will include and extend beyond:

Crop work including planting, cultivating and harvesting.

Light carpentry and farm maintenance.

Tractor operations and maintenance.

Management of small group of volunteers.

 

The right applicant will have:

Ability to self-motivate and work alone or with a team.

Must have experience managing several staff members.

Able to work in all weather conditions and be able to perform strenuous tasks.

Must be able to lift a minimum of 25kg.

Excellent communication skills.

A keen eye for detail.

Must be very reliable, dependable and morally sound.

 

This is a full time position and we are offering accommodation the farm with this role.

 

Delivery Drivers

We are looking for a part time delivery driver. Must be physically fit, friendly, extremely reliable and have a clean licence.

 

For further information about these positions and to apply please email a CV to: office@flourishproduce.co.uk

To visit the Flourish Produce website click here.

 

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