CV Ref No. CV Reference No. - 39048

Tractor driver / general farm worker/ senior machinery operator. Work in Angus, Aberdeenshire considered

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualifications

NVQ Level 1,2

Type of farming wanted

Mainly Arable, Mixed Farming, Other

Other qualifications

National qualification in agriculture

Driving Licence

Full Car Licence, Tractor Licence, LGV/HGV Truck

Equipment experience

Tractor, Combine, Baler, Drilling, HGV1, HGV 2 and 3, Tracked Machine, Telehandler/Fork Lift, 360 Ticket, Other harvesters, Fencing

Livestock experience

Beef, Sheep

Other equipment experience

Have been working in the agricultural sector all my life, agricultural parts person for 2-3years covering jcb case, berthoud, etc moving on to contracting and some managment rolls. 5seasons contracting in new zealand covering cultivation,drilling,raking, drawing off, silage clamps jcb/buck rake and 2years senior machinery operator on a high country station all drilling, fertiliser,silage mowing,choping,stackwork,baling carting off, diggerwork, combining etc machinery maintance servicing and repairing, back home in scotland ive covered most tasks excpet spraying and very little ploughing

Tractors, john deere 6-8series Fendt 718,720,824,828 massey fergeson 7718 7624,7622,plus older Case puma 165,155 quadtrack 600 Jcb 414,434,435, 536-60 560-70 tm320s

claas jaguar 850 940 lexion 750tt 770tt 580+

Other livestock experience

Some work with beef cattle and sheep, feeding, mucking out, bedding helping with inoculations, etc. winter feeding in nz and health checking, tailing weaning of sheep on high country station

Personal information
Sex

Male

Other Information

-

Age

34

Marital status

me and partner have a house in angus scotland

Nationality

British

Where are you currently living?

Otago

First language

English

Do you have the right to work in the UK?

Yes

Other languages

-

Hobbies

hunting,fishing

Pen picture (Height, weight etc.)

-

Relevant health problems

no health problems

Farming background

been involved in the agricultural sector all my days, haveing grown up on a farm my father being stock manager, i was always out doing something be it stock or helping fencing from a young age, upon leaving school i attended angus collage where i acheived best student 2005, up on till this point i worked for local farmers and my father with stock work potato lifting/planting and grain drying etc from 2005-2012 i worked for a local agricultural dealer as a parts person, a contractor and a machinery ring being sent out to do a range of jobs around the farms in aberdeenshire and angus from 2012-2016 i spent 6months of the year in new zealand working for a contractor and the remainder in the uk planting potatoes,managing a grain dryer for a large arable farm, pea vining for a local company, i was then offered a foreman postion with the pea company in 2015 and returned to scotland march 2016 to start my job with ecv peas and beans looking after a drilling team and 2 cultivators in keeping them in seed and telling them feilds that need sowed etc a full vining season again and then a winter in the workshop stripping and rebuilding the viners replacing bearings etc in october 2017 i decided that id like to return to new zealand where i worked for central feeds in canterbury until may 2018 when i got a job on a high country station which is where i am at the moment, here i'm the senior machinery operator where i direct drill all the crops using a quadtrack 600 and crosslot drill, fertiliser , mowing,baling,chopping,silage pits,baling , combineing machinery servicing ,repairing etc and stock work when required , my visa runs out in march 2021 when i don't think ill be issued anther due to the time i've been in the country already, I'm keeping all my options open and if the right position came up back in the uk to be nearer family friends etc i would seriously consider it

Preferences
Availability

Start: 31/01/2021 Finish: Not Specified

Preferred region

Scotland

Type of job

Permanent

Where would you like to work?

Angus, Aberdeenshire depends what jobs come up

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