CV reference number: 51173
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Ex seasonal arable operator on 5000-acre arable farm with experience driving Challenger, Fendt 1050, 939 and 724's - Just completed a University Degree in Agricultural Business Management

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualificationsCity and Guilds, Btec, NVQ Level 1,2,3
Other qualifications2016 - Current day - Cannington Agricultural College - University Degree in Agricultural business management (Just finished my second and final year) 2013 - 2015 Cannington Agricultural College - Level 3 Extended Diploma in Agricultural Business Management Grade: Distinction - Distinction - Distinction 2008 - 2013 Wellington School (Reception, Primary & Secondary School) - 9 A-C GCSE’s Including English, Maths and Science and 1 BTEC Qualification 2013 - City & Guilds NPTC - Acquired my off-road Telehandler qualification allowing me to use Telehandlers legally & responsibly. 2014 - City & Guilds NPTC - Acquired my PA1, PA2 and PA6 which are all my relevant spraying qualifications for tractor mounted sprayers as well as a handheld knapsacks 2013 - DVLA - Passed Tractor Driving license at the age of 16 2014 - DVLA - Car license taken at the age of 17 passed first time (I'm looking to do my B+E trailer license ASAP) Currently own my own vehicle with 3 years no claims
Equipment experienceDrilling, Ploughing, Fencing, Telehandler/fork lift, Tracked machine, PA2, PA1, Tractor
Other equipment experienceMy equipment experience includes; Grassland operations such as Mowing, raking and carting bales, primary and secondary cultivations as well as telehandler work including cleaning out the sheds and loading grain trailers. The arable work consists of muck spreading, hauling and plenty of grain carting. I have experience using machinery up to 550hp both tracked and wheeled machines with a vast experience in GPS systems for ploughing, cultivation and spraying from where I spent a lot of the summer working closely behind the combines. I have experience with 360 diggers but as of yet I currently don't have my ticket but is something for me to do in the future. I have my Pa1 and Pa2 with good spraying experience as well as my telehandler ticket.
Livestock experiencePoultry, Calving, Sheep, Dairy
Other livestock experienceWhilst I was at college; Milked 200+ cows at college farm including scraping out and often feeding Worked with 220 ewes at college Worked with 50,000 free range chickens
Type of farming wantedMainly Arable
Driving LicenseFull Car Licence, tractor
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First languageEnglish
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Relevant health problemsnon smoker with no health problems
Other InformationWould need accommodation if working outside of Somerset
Marital statusNo partner or family
Where are you currently living?Somerset
Do you have the right to work in the UK?Yes
Farming background2017 - Current 'Arable operator' Farm CM4  - Job roles included: Daily maintenance of machinery as well as all arable operations from ploughing and cultivating to loading up to 30 lorries a day with loading shovels and telehandlers. I have good workshop skills and was able to work well in a team during harvest where I worked up to 110 hours a week to keep up with the workload. For harvest, I mainly operated a Fendt 724 but also had demo Fendt 1050 and 939 during the beginning of cultivations to keep up with the combines. After the demo tractors were returned I used a Challenger 775E and New Holland T7 270 for operations such as ploughing and mowing. In the past month, I have been spraying and helping the farm finish the drilling. 2013 - 2017 ‘Poultry farm worker' - Farm Milverton - Job roles included: Daily maintenance and checks around the 50,000 bird free range chicken unit as well as being responsible for the welfare of the animals. I also helped with machinery related task such as; Hauling muck and trailer work, Cleaning out the sheds with the telehandler and topping the range areas through the summer. 2013 - 2014 ‘Stud Farm Machinery operator’ - Job roles included: Helped now and then to chain harrow & Roll horse paddocks as well as using the loader tractor to clean out the sheds and then spread the muck on the fields using a small side discharge spreader. Also helped out with grain carting and small-scale groundwork such as cultivations
HobbiesSport & University work
AvailabilityStart: 01/02/2018, Finish: Not Specified
Type of jobAny
Preferred regionAnywhere
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