Assistant Grower Vacancy – Lancashire

Feb 21, 2023

WWOOF hosts Growing With Grace are currently recruiting for an Assistant Grower.

This role is a 6 month contract starting March 2023. 

4 or 5 days per week to suit, 9am until 5pm. 

30 or 37.5 hours paid per week. Working day is 8.0 hours including a 30-minute unpaid lunch break. 

On harvest days an earlier start may be required.

Probationary period:  1 month

Pay:   £9.50 per hour. 

Holiday entitlement:  28 days per year (pro rata)  Work on some bank Holidays, evenings and weekends will be required. 

Summary

As Assistant Grower you will play a key role in one of the most successful organic vegetable farms in the north of England, be responsible for vegetable production and harvesting and will ensure production of high-quality crops which meet the needs of our markets.   We are looking for someone who has some experience of organic food production, is self-motivating and has an interest and enthusiasm for learning.

Job Description

If you are interested in this job then please send an email to admin@growingwithgrace.org.uk and we will send you a full job description and an application form. Please mention Assistant Grower role when emailing.

Deadline for applications 6th March 2023 at 5pm

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