LAST UPDATED APRIL 2018
Graduate Recruitment Programme
Dawnfresh Farming Ltd, part of the Dawnfresh Seafoods Group, is the largest Trout Farming Company operating in the UK. Our Marine and Freshwater farms are located throughout Scotland and Ireland.
Applications are invited from individuals who are genuinely interested in developing their career within our farming organisation.
As part of our Graduate Recruitment Programme, you will join a progressive and forward thinking organisation which is committed to providing the best training and development opportunities. We aim to make our programme exciting, challenging but above all, fun. You will get to work in a friendly and encouraging environment with people who are committed to achieving excellence.
The successful candidates will be expected to train initially over several of the Company’s sites. In addition they will be expected to attend the necessary training courses to gain sufficient knowledge on feed & stock management, harvest & grading planning, asset management, performance and HSEQ management. Initiative, the ability to manage and motivate, good planning, organisational & computer skills and a proven ability to achieve results without close supervision are some of the necessary skills required for this post.
You should be enthusiastic, driven to succeed and to progress within the organisation. We will give you the opportunity to develop skills in all areas which will embark you on a route to management.
To apply please submit your CV and covering letter telling us why you would be the ideal candidate to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 31 May 2018.
Dawnfresh Farming Ltd, part of the Dawnfresh Seafoods Group, is the largest Trout Farming Company operating in the UK. Our Marine and Freshwater farms are located throughout Scotland and Ireland. We are looking to recruit for the following position:
Fish Farm Technician – Tervine, Argyll
Working as part of a small team you will focus upon all aspects of successful trout production including fish health, feeding, grading, harvesting, net changing and other general farm maintenance tasks, including boat handling.
Previous aquaculture experience is desirable but not essential as full training and support will be provided. A full driving licence is essential.
This is a full time position, working a 40 hour week, Monday to Friday including weekend cover on a rota basis. You would be expected to undertake additional hours as required in order to accommodate the needs of the business. We offer attractive salaries dependent on experience along with pension scheme.
If you are interested in applying for this position please contact:
Jane McCusker or Siobhan Henderson on 01698 810008 or E-mail: email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 5 April 2018.