Job summary

Job description

We are looking to fill the role of a full time Egg Collector at our Breeder site at  Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone. The ideal candidate is responsible for working with team members in egg collection, egg washing and completing animal husbandry duties.

What are your main tasks and responsibilities?

  • Assist daily operation of the breeding site
  • Utilise proper bio security & hygiene standard throughout daily duties
  • Working with team members in egg collection & egg washing
  • Other duties as assigned by site management
  • Previous experience working with poultry would beneficial but not essential
  • Ability to handle physical work
  • Must be able to complete repetitive work
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to perform tasks with limited supervision

Remuneration Package:

  • £9 per hour with minimum 20 hours per week
  • 21 days paid annual leave

Why work at Silver Hill Duck

  • Silver Hill will assist in locating accommodation for you and will assist in you settling into Ireland
  • Free training offered Foods Safety and Hygiene, Chemical Handling, Health & Safety and Manual Handling.
  • Extensive on the job training and mentoring
  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Free English Classes
  • 20% Discount in the Silver Hill Farmshop
  • We are situated in Augnacloy – a beautiful village close to the border with Republic of Ireland with many lakes and hills and rolling countryside.

 

Job details
Work experience:
Work experience is not required
Number of positions:
2
Date of expiry:
About company

Founded in 1962, Silver Hill Duck (“Silver Hill”) is a fully integrated Duck producing company with 240 employees. Silver Hill is Ireland’s only large-scale duck producing company and is focussed on the top-end of the food market and has developed an exclusive breed of duck, which is internationally renowned across high-end restaurants for its exceptional succulent taste and crispy skin. Silver Hill Duck began exporting in 1973 and has paved the way for many other Irish... Read more

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