Do you have experience in agriculture within the fields of either fallen livestock or abattiorial? If so this may be the next role for you. My client, a market-leading company in a wide range of sectors associated with the food chain, have a role for a Fallen Livestock Yard Operative at their site in Rampisham, Dorset. You will need to be flexible with regards to working days/hours upon request in order to fulfil business requirements, which may include Saturdays.
This is a full time permanent position working 40 hours per week, 5 days from 6 (Monday to Saturday) and is paying £12.10 to £14.30 per hour (£25,168 - £29,744 per annum).
Preparation of animals for post-mortem.
Skinning of animal hides.
Producing samples on behalf of APHA.
Unloading vehicles with a Telehandler.
Carrying out general yard duties.
Any other relevant duties as required by Management.
Assistance with commercial activity and positive promotion of the company and its services, not limited to liaison and engagement with new/existing customers and distribution of promotional material.
Experience of working in an abattoir, butchers or agricultural environment.
Knowledge of the Fallen Stock/Agricultural industry.
Excellent communication skills.
Able to prioritise workload.
Able to work well individually and as part of a team.
Hold a full Driving Licence.
Experienced in driving a Telehandler would also be advantageous, although full training can be provided.
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