Farm Work jobs
Found 7 jobs for £30,000 - £39,999 matching your criteria
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- £22,186 - £28,002 per annum
Duchy College is one of the largest specialist land-based colleges in the UK comprising a 267 hectare commercial farm nestled between Dartmoor...
- Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire & Sussex.
- Excellent basic salary and commission. Benefits: Fully expensed vehicle, plus all usual benefits
This Area Sales Manager position will involve selling a range of seeds, fertilisers and crop protection products direct to farmers throughout the sales terri...
- United Kingdom
- Attractive Salary + Car + Bonus + Benefits.
EXCITING AND REWARDING positions and roles awaiting successful Agronomists both throughout the UK and Internationally for expanding, dynamic and established ...
- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia KSA
- Competitive and rewarding + Accommodation + Vehicle + Benefits + Medical + 4 x Flights Home
EXCITING OVERSEAS OPPORTUNITY: Conducting economic & business research to provide an advisory service in the field of agri-engineering in support of the exis...
- East Anglia South East
- Bespoke package to suit experience
An innovative, proven and highly successful UK crop protection company is expanding and looking for successful candidates in agronomy and crop protection sal...
- South West - Devon/Cornwall/Somerset/Dorset
- Highly competitive basic salary & commission structure, plus car & full benefits package!
Working for a major player, that looks to reward and progress its key performers, these Area Sales Manager positions will involve selling a range of fertilis...
- Circa £24,000 - £30,000 basic Benefits: Paid for accommodation, healthcare, usual benefits, etc.
This Vegetable Growing Manager position, will involve working for sone of Britain’s leading growers of fresh, high quality vegetables. The role will involve ...
- Various Locations - Throughout the UK
- Basic Salary: £25,000-£50,000 basic (dependent upon experience). +Commission + Benefits etc
Due to growth, various area sales manager roles have arisen within various market leaders in ruminant feed throughout the UK.