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Thank you for your interest in the Farm Carbon Toolkit and our job opportunities. We are a small but growing team of committed staff and Directors, passionate about food, farming and how we can support farmers to make a positive difference.

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Current Vacancies

  • Soil Sampler (subcontractor)

    We are seeking soil samplers to support our work taking soil samples and conduct basic tests and analysis. This is an important activity, enabling us to support farmers to improve their soil health, which in turn, helps to sequester more carbon, as well as improving water retention, crop resilience and biodiversity.

    We are currently seeking individuals in the regions of Yorkshire and North Wales.

    Please note this is occasional work (and a sub-contracted position). The amount of work varies depending on your location and our project demand. For example, it might be 2-3 days per week over a few weeks, followed by a break for several months. We will be as specific as we can after receiving your expression of interest.

    This is a practical and highly physical role that takes place outdoors. We expect applicants to have an appreciation and interest in agriculture and an enthusiasm for soils, that enables them to quickly build trust and rapport with farmers. To support you, we will provide necessary training on soil sampling, together with ongoing support as required.

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    Location: We are currently seeking individuals in the regions of Yorkshire and North Wales.
    Salary: £115 / day
    Hours: Flexible

    How To Apply

    Application Deadline: Open applications

    Please send an introduction letter to Samuel Smith, sam@farmcarbontoolkit.org.uk expressing your interest in the role and an outline of your suitability, with reference to the knowledge, experience, qualities and skills expected.

    This is an open call for applicants with no deadline. We are assessing each application on its strength as it comes in.