Graduate/Trainee Field Trials Opportunity- East Anglia

I am looking for a motivated and ambitious person looking for a fantastic training opportunity within a renowned global agricultural business.

You will need to have practical arable experience, the ideal candidate would have prior trials experience. However, if you have a practical arable background and an excellent attitude and willingness to lean this may be the role for you.

This role is a rare training opportunity, our client will put considerable investment into the right person, you will receive extensive training and career development.

About you:

  • Prior arable experience, including use of machinery.
  • Ideally, trials experience although this isn't essential.
  • Candidates with a relevant degree would be of particular interest.
  • Hardworking, self-motivated and results driven.
  • Excellent communication and organisation skill with high attention to detail.

Remuneration: Competitive salary and excellent company benefits.

Interested in this exciting opportunity?

Please call Lauren Catherall on 01885 485527 or email an up to date copy of your CV (In Word Format) to lauren.catherall@delacyexecutive.co.uk

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