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Farm Mechanic | Bransby Horses

Closing date: 2 June 2022

Great working hours: no evenings and only one in three weekends

Bransby Horses was founded in 1968 by Peter Hunt, whose lifelong passion for horse welfare continues through the dedication of our people. Our Estates team provides high quality care of land across two large rural sites; creating appropriate and sustainable living environments for upwards of three hundred rescued equines.

As a Farm Mechanic for Bransby Horses, you will work independently and be responsible for ensuring functionality and good working condition of a large agri-fleet.  This includes farm vehicles and machinery, equipment, towable implements and road vehicles used by the Estates and Equine Welfare Teams at both sites.

The ideal candidate will be a qualified Agri-Mechanic however a wealth of practical experience (at least 3 years) with relevant training would also be considered. You will work collaboratively to conduct vehicle safety checks so a strong knowledge of health and safety is essential. Previous knowledge of grounds maintenance and farm work is also desirable.

In exchange, we will offer you a competitive salary based on your current experience and skill level, from £25,000, up to £29,000. We also offer a good work/life balance; working days, between 8am and 4.30pm, with only one in three working weekends. You will also be entitled to many employee benefits including a fully funded health package and a starting holiday allowance of 30 days.  This increases with service, has the option to buy more and you’ll get a day off for your birthday.

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We pride ourselves in offering our employees a caring and inclusive community, supportive leadership, plenty of development opportunities. We are also a disability confident and an equal opportunities employer, whom proactively seeks to ensure that candidates and employees are treated equitably regardless of their protected characteristics.

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