Abbey Home Farm
The land is not ours, it belongs to the future and we should leave it in good heart
|Abbey Home Farm is run by Will and Hilary Chester-Master.
They took over the management of the farm from Wills family in 1990 and set about establishing an organic system of farming from day 1.
Both Will and Hilary are totally committed to organic practices and are striving to make Abbey Home Farm a truly sustainable, both environmentally and financially, place.
Will is the general overseer of the land, including the many woods on the farm, and takes many children around the farm on school visits.
Hilary founded and manages the organic farm, the shop cafe, the green room and the vegetable garden.
The Cafe is getting busier and busier as it should (great food – organic, fresh and mainly grown outside the door) so there are quite a few more opportunities to join the team. Look forward to hearing from you if you would like to join us………see below
Experienced cook who also enjoys front of house work (re-advertised position)
The successful applicant will be:
This is a full time position 40 hours approx. Tuesdays to Saturdays included, with one Sunday a month.
Pay dependant on experience. Profit share scheme after 6 months.
If you fill the above criteria and would like to apply please send a full cv and email of interest to Hilary.
Please explain why you would like to work with us, in particular outlining your commercial cooking experience and knowledge/interest in local/organic food.
Non smokers only please.
Please note there is no public transport to the farm so own transport is essential.
We are on the search for a student (16 plus) who is interested in the environment and organic food to join our team. The successful applicant will work Sundays throughout the year and also commit to working 2 extra days a week in holidays and halfterms. They will be trained in the shop and the cafe. Opportunity to join staff profit share scheme after 6 months.
If you are keen email Hilary a cv and letter of interest saying why you would particularly like to work here.
Please note there is no public transport to the farm.
|Unless otherwise stated all of our full time roles are 37.5 hours per week with a shift pattern across 7 days. We offer competitive hourly rates, 28 days holiday (including public holidays) and 25% store wide staff discount for all our roles!
Our staff rooms are stocked with FREE Organic Tea, Coffee, Bread, Milk etc and…… FREE WiFi!!
|A one-stop shop full of all the right choices, Planet Organic is a health food haven with organic fruit & vegetables, organic bread from artisan London bakeries, only organic meat and sustainable fish from British waters. Our over-flowing groceries range is full of gluten-free, dairy-free, raw food and healthy options, while our Health & Bodycare department stocks the best natural beauty brands and a wide range of high quality health supplements.
When Planet Organic opened its doors in 1995, it was Renée Elliott’s dream to offer the best and widest range of organic foods available, and her mission to promote health in the community and to bring a sense of discovery and adventure into food shopping.
Our simple truth is that foods should be natural and wholesome. We advocate that food be authentic and ethical, freshly prepared and tasty – not a mere convenience. We believe in ethical and sustainable farming and place great emphasis on the provenance of all our products.
We know that people who are discerning about what they eat want to make informed and responsible choices. Like us you believe that food wasn’t meant to be meddled with or tainted with chemicals. So we say no to artificial additives, hydrogenated fats, highly processed foods, and of course GM. Instead at Planet Organic you’ll find nutritious, seasonal and organic food with the goodness intact. You’ll find wide ranges of natural health foods suitable for all speciality diets, as well as a ground-breaking raw foods range.
We hope that you find inspiration, excitement and good health from the food you eat and learn, like us, that to eat well is to live better.
Be sure to look here to see what each area of our business is responsible for
TOTTENHAM COURT WALK
DEVONSHIRE SQUARE (Monday to Friday ONLY)
Please click on the Job Title for more information and to apply. If there is no link to apply then please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org stating which role you are interested in
Kingston upon Hull
East Riding of Yorkshire
|£25,000 per annum||Deadline:
Thursday 4th August 2016
|FareShare Hull & Humber is run and managed by Goodwin Development Trust. Every week FareShare Hull & Humber receives tonnes of surplus food from the food industry at our depot on Malmo Road in Hull. This food is of excellent quality and is surplus for a whole number of reasons ranging from incorrect barcoding to over-manufacture – never because it is out of date. We in turn deliver that food every week to our network of Community Food Members. We are now seeking an experienced, confident and enthusiastic individual to join our team to provide leadership and direction to further develop and grow the service across the region.
About the opportunity:
We are recruiting for a highly organised, self-motivated and experienced Development Manager to lead on the growth and expansion of Hull & Humber Depot, as well as work closely with the Warehouse Manager to manage and co-ordinate the day to day operations. You will be required to ensure that the depot’s operational performance is maintained and that the needs of our Community Food Members are met. In order to grow and expand the service, you will need to work with the FareShare Food Sourcing Team to ensure enough food is available to meet delivery objectives and build relationships with local food companies for additional food resources. You will work with FareShare nationally to assess long term sustainability and options to support growth and expansion. You will be responsible for ensuring that FareShare Hull & Humber meets its ambitious strategic growth targets, which will include recruiting new Community Food Members to join FareShare and developing relationships with organisations to raise awareness and the profile of FareShare.
|28 hours a week.
Hourly rate plus considerable incentive scheme
Monday, 25th July 2016
|Shillingford Organics is all about growing seasonal, organic vegetables, salad, herbs and fruit to give local people the opportunity to buy great, healthy, freshly harvested produce, which is free from harmful pesticides and chemicals. We keep organic hens, which give us wonderful, tasty, popular organic eggs. Our use of green manures and well-made compost coverings ensure we optimise soil biology.
Our family run farm is located on the outskirts of Exeter near Shillingford Abbot. We have been running an organic vegetable box scheme since 2001. We grow with care and consideration and adopt many methods which encourage a natural balance. We are passionate about wildlife and biodiversity.
The business is faced with the extreme challenge of being commercially viable in a food economy which is globalised and dominated by large scale, highly-mechanised, specialist producers and awash with cheap food. To survive and flourish we have to have efficient systems, be willing to adapt and work effectively together and produce and deliver great produce.
About the opportunity
The delivery driver is a key member of our team. We are looking for an organised, motivated and friendly person who can earn a good income by working effectively and giving great service to our customers. Starting at 5am they will be delivering our vegetable boxes/orders to households mainly in the Exeter area, delivering bulk orders direct to shops, cafes and markets.
There is an incentive scheme based on number of deliveries made. Therefore, it is very much in the interest of the successful applicant that our sales flourish.
We are a small Team and the successful candidate needs to be an excellent Team player, who works with integrity, responsibility and is considerate to others. He or she will have an understanding of running a small business and an interest in marketing and promotion,
a desire to work closely as part of a Team who are passionate about organic growing, ecology, good food and a concern for wider global environmental issues.
|Full time permanent||Closing Date:
Wednesday 29th June 2016
|Founded in 1988, Abel & Cole is famous for its seasonal organic fruit & veg boxes. We deliver a wide range of fantastic organic food to people’s homes across much of England and South Wales. We represent a refreshing alternative to supermarket shopping, but without being worthy or preachy. No air freight, no silly packaging, no nasty chemicals – just great food produced by people who really love what they do. We deliver to around 80,000 households and we employ about 600 great people. We consider ourselves bold, irreverent, genuine, friendly and honest, and it is crucial that this comes across in all of our marketing.
We are firmly based in the market but always seek to develop new and refresh old ways of making our brand stand out. Tied in with this is a desire that has come up time and time again over the years, namely that of having a physical space that we can call our own. One step in this strategy is to launch our very own Abel & Cole Pop Up in September 2016. Food will be at the centre of this project and to this end we are now recruiting a temporary chef to work with the project manager to develop and lead the food element of our Pop Up. This is an exciting role where you’ll be able to have an influence on this brand new project. You will work alongside our in-house food team and translate their recipes to variations adapted to a commercial kitchen. Seasonal, organic and veg focussed (but not necessarily vegetarian) are key words when describing the food. This is a full-time role and shift patterns will include evenings and weekends once the Pop Up is up and running (office hours until then). There will be a Front of House or Restaurant Manager in place in time for the opening.