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Looking to shape the future generation of Dairy Farmers?

Employer
De Lacy Executive
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
17 Jun 2022
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Job Details

A dairy advocate is sought after for a leading education and research facility in the North of the UK. As part of an exciting expansion of the Agricultural department, a new Farm Operations Manager is required to oversee the entire operation.

This is unlike any commercially run dairy, major dairy trials are run on a frequent basis on this specifically designed teaching and research facility. With 3 sites to manage, you will be required to oversee all budget management, crop planning and health protocols.

This is by no means a generic Farm Manager role; however, will be highly rewarding with generous benefits.

About you:

  • Have proven dairy herd management experience.
  • Creative mindset.
  • Excellent communication with a wide range of characters.
  • Experience is budgets and forecasting.
  • Previous experience of managing large teams.
  • Have an influential presence.
  • Be highly organised and ability to maintain records.

If you are looking for an opportunity whereby you can shape the future generation, this is something you should seriously consider.

For more information and an informal confidential discussion please call Alex Wheeler on: 01885 485528 or e-mail your CV and covering letter TO alex.wheeler@delacyexecutive.co.uk. Thank you.

De Lacy Executive will upload your CV to our database and retain some data about you in order to process your application.

More information about our processing activities can be found at www.delacyexecutive.co.uk/privacypolicy .

Please be assured that all contact is treated in complete confidence and your details will not be passed to a third party without your prior permission. Please note that this advertisement is not a job description and you should satisfy yourself about the full details at interview.

De Lacy Executive is an Approved member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, which promotes high standards in recruitment practice, and is registered with the Information Commissioners Office. De Lacy Executive complies with all relevant data protection legislation.

Company

De Lacy Executive is the professional Agri-Business recruitment consultancy.

Since 2000 we have been recruiting within the agriculture, horticulture, fruit, fresh produce, primary food and other rural sectors in the UK and Internationally. We arguably have the largest database of candidates and regular employer clients.

In this period we have been privileged to help countless companies and jobseekers to achieve their employment goals.

We engage at all levels from trainee through to senior executive and in disciplines from production to technical and commercial.

Our team of nine is friendly, knowledgeable and experienced. We welcome your enquiries and offer our very best advice and service whatever the employment situation.

Most of us are agriculturalists by upbringing and education and have experience of working in the sector we serve before entering the recruitment industry.  We are well trained in recruitment practice and De Lacy Executive is the only Agricultural Recruitment business to be Approved by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation which promotes high standards within the recruitment industry.

We maintain the highest levels of confidentiality and are registered and conform to the requirements of the Data Protection Act.

 “Integrity, Knowledge and Confidentiality”.

We look forward to hearing from you.

De Lacy Executive Ltd. Suite 7, Malvern Gate, Bromwich Road, Worcester WR2 4BN

Tel: 01885 483440. E mail: admin@delacyexecutive.co.uk

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Telephone
01885 483440
Location
Suite 7
Malvern Gate
Bromwich Road
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR2 4BN
United Kingdom
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