Dairy Production Assistant - Alderney, Channel Islands

Discipline: Farming, Food & Fresh Produce
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £To be discussed on application
Contact name: Hannah Benfield

Contact email: alderneyfarmshop@suremail.gg
Job ref: 15000LP
Published: about 1 month ago
Startdate: ASAP

Dairy Production Assistant - Alderney, Channel Islands

Job Type: Part time with the potential of becoming full time.

The Alderney Farm Shop in Victoria Street is run by the island farmer Michael Cox and his family. They are an official stockist of Waitrose and in addition to every day essentials the shop has a comprehensive selection of the freshest local produce including their own Kiln Farm reared beef and dairy produce, fresh in season fish and island grown vegetables for you to cook up your own culinary magic, or to make up a delicious picnic. They also have their own in-house cooks who every day produce freshly made soups and pies, salads and coleslaws, along with fresh bread, hot pasties, muffins and other bakery delights.

We are looking for a hard-working, enthusiastic individual to join our small team in the Dairy.

The job is very versatile and rewarding. Training will be provided on the job for all dairy production (yoghurts, ice cream, butter, sour cream, crème fraiche etc) and food hygiene courses will need to be completed once competent with dairy production.

Hours of work will be Tuesday - Friday 5.30am - 1.00pm. Salary to be confirmed on application.

Full driving licence preferred, but not essential.

The correct candidate for this role will need to be hard-working, reliable and willing to work extra hours when needed to cover sickness, holiday and busy periods.

It is likely that unless you are already living on the island that candidates will be required to relocate. Shared accommodation is available.

If you are interested in this role and wish to apply, please click on the 'Apply Now' button and apply with a CV and introduction letter.

Alderney is the northernmost of the inhabited Channel Islands. It is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency. It is 3 miles long and 1+1⁄2 miles wide. The island's area is 3 square miles, making it the third-largest island of the Channel Islands, and the second largest in the Bailiwick.