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Stroud Micro Dairy
Posted: 1 Aug 2022
Deadline: 15 Sep 2022
This is a fantastic opportunity to work within the UK’s first community owned dairy cooperative at a hugely exciting time. You will be getting involved in everything and learning how a community supported agriculture works.
We’re looking for someone smart and switched on. Someone who’s hungry, ambitious, and wants to make a difference to local food.
Stroud Micro Dairy was set up in 2017 as the UK first dairy CSA (community supported agriculture) venture and is now a cooperative with 300 members and ambitious expansion plans that you can be a part of. We have recently successfully raised £225,000 via a community share offer and now need people to help make our vision happen. Details of the vision can be found in our share offer document here:
This exciting and varied role involves helping our dairy manager and herd manager with the running of their areas of responsibility. Your work will be a blend of dairy processing and milking along with the occasional tasks to be completed on the farm. There are no HR functions attached to this role though you will be expected to work together with other team members. This role can either be a full time or part time and will involve some weekend work.
This role is full time with some weekend work generally revolving around markets. Salary will be from £21,450 per annum.
Desired skill set
Although there will be on the job training given when you start there are a certain number of skills which we are looking for:
We will also need you to have:
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About Stroud Micro Dairy
Stroud Micro Diary is an award winning biodynamic CSA (community supported agriculture) micro dairy that serves over 300 families in Stroud with raw milk, raw kefir and natural yoghurt. We milk a small herd of Friesian cows one a day and the cows keep their calves at foot.