Ref No. Job Reference No. - 29675
Sprayer Operator / Relief Combine Driver job - Oxfordshire
Arable, Dairy, Contractor
South & South East

Sprayer Operator/Relief Combine Driver and General Farm Worker for a progressive, modern family run business in South Oxfordshire, growing a variety of crops. Operating a Rogator and Bateman sprayer.

Key roles:

- Lead Operator of a Fendt Rogator 655 with GPS - Timely application of Pesticide and Liquid Fertiliser to crops - The keeping of up-to-date records - Management of Chemical stores - Additionally working as part of a small team undertaking general farm work including but not limited to: Harvest operations, Grass and Maize silage operations, estate maintenance.

- Working in conjunction with the Farm Manager to offer relief operation of Claas Lexion 780 Combine. Carrying out operations and daily checks and maintenance.

You will need: - PA1 and PA2 - Willingness to be flexible with working hours - some early mornings and late evenings will be required - To be able to work on your own initiative to a very high standard, with attention to detail a priority.

Workshop skills an advantage but not essential.

Experience in Spraying and Combining is preferred.

Job Length



Start: 29/07/2024,
Finish: Not Specified


Competitive rate of pay


40 plus Overtime



Accommodation Type


Accommodation Price

Not Specified

Other Accommodation Information

Accommodation if required - recently refurbished farm cottage
Use of a farm van if required
Good, varied employment opportunities locally for a partner.
Good choice of local schools

More Information
Distance from shops and amenities

5 minute drive to nearest town

Smokers Accepted?


Driving Licence Required?

Full UK Driving Licence

Other Information

This is a permanent Full-Time position. Regular further training opportunities. A company pension scheme. Good earning potential.

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