Are you already managing a successful poultry unit, but seeking the thrill of your next career move?
With management being your main responsibility, working for this progressing and innovated business should be the next step in your progression.
The enterprise compromises of 225,000 broilers housed in modern, quality units which you would be responsible for on a daily basis. This is a forward-thinking business which has made recent investments in the set up of the farm. My client is looking for a manager to successfully drive the business into the future.
Duties to include:
- Management of the full production cycle.
- Understand and operate under the targets of FCR.
- Effectively manage the team, compromising of assistant manager and apprentice.
- Comply with assurance schemes and paperwork management.
- Ensure bird welfare is maintained.
- Proven management experience within the broiler sector.
- Hold a relevant NVQ 3 qualification.
- Commitment to the business.
In return you will be rewarded with a competitive salary including performance bonus, in addition to attractive new build accommodation.
For more information and an informal confidential discussion please call Alex Wheeler on: 01885 485528 or e-mail your CV and covering letter TO email@example.com. Thank you.
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