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Mudchute Park & Farm‎ Pier Street, Isle of Dogs, London, E14 3HP Greater Britain United Kingdom Mudchuteparkandfarm@consultant.com http://http://www.mudchute.org/ Mudchute Park & Farm‎ can cater for every type of Farm Produce ,we are seeking qualified candidates with the knowledge,skills and attitude, passion for excellence and quality service, who will fill the following vacant position below: *Engineer *General Farm Worker *Assistant Engineer *Dairy Worker *Milker *Calf Rearer *Chef *Yardsman *Chef *Cook *Dairy Herd Operator *Herdsmen *Assistant Herdsmen *Customer Care Representatives *Accountant *Cleaners *Head Farm Keeper *Gardeners *Diary Manager *Manager QUALIFICATIONS: All candidates are expected to possess professional qualification appropriate for each position and demonstrate quality work experience in an international Farm, Local Farm and Commercial Farming company.Remuneration range from 2,000.00 Great British Pounds to 4,000.00 Great British Pounds Monthly. METHOD OF APPLICATION: Applicant should send an application letter and their detailed CV/RESUME and current remunerations to the recruiting Officer MR Greg Collins via e-mail ( Mudchuteparkandfarm@consultant.com ) Human Resource Department. Mudchute Park & Farm‎
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