We are now recruiting supervisors to lead our teams for the forthcoming season. Do you have what it takes to motivate staff? Do you have a driving licence? Would you like to work outside in our beautiful countryside? If you can answer yes to all three questions then you should apply. For a full job description click here.Share This:
So Spring is here and the crops are growing fast. That means we will be starting our season next month. From May we require field staff to walk the crops pulling out the unwanted plants. If you require work then take a look at the jobs page. http://www.summerfieldwork.com/jobs Most of our jobs are flexible and you only need to confirm the day before which will suit you if you have other commitments. If you don’t have your own transport we may be able to pick you up depending on where you live.
When applying for a job either with us or another employer you will asked for some identification such as a passport or full birth certificate. As an employer we can be fined upto £5,000 (and in some cases £10,000 for a very serious offence) if we employ an illegal immigrant. Employers have to ask all candidates not just people who look or sound ‘foreign’. The employer has to see original documents so sending a photocopy in the post or by email will not cut it.
We are sometimes presented with a driving licence as ID but unfortunately this is only a licence to drive and is not acceptable according to Home Office Rules.
Download our full list of acceptable documentation here.
But what if you don’t have a passport or full birth certificate? It is possible to easily apply for both online.
To apply for a birth certificate click here.
To renew or replace your passport click here.
To apply for a new passport click here.Share This:
Are you interested in or have experience of horses? If so we have an opportunity to join a small team as a part time stable groom. You will need to have self-motivation, discipline & commitment as there maybe times where you’ll work alone. Ideally you will be a proficient rider. You should also be physically fit and happy to work in all weathers. You will definitely need your own transport as the stables are in the sticks so public transport is not an option.
Update: 11th Feb 2017 – This position has now been filled.
These are the kind of boots which are suitable for wearing when working in the fields when it is dry. They do not have to be steel toe caps. You should not wear trainers as they are not up to the job and will not protect your feet.
If it has been raining it is better to wear Wellington Boots.