Farm & Agricultural Jobs

Romb helps you dive into a world of many farm & agricultural job opportunities and careers across the country. Everything you look for you can find here.

Job in Devizes, Wiltshire

Operational Farm Manager. GBP30,000-GBP40,000 dependent upon experience. A three-bedroom house is available on site for the right...


Job in Sheffield, South Yorkshire

I am a strong 17yo teenager. That is looking for any working farm. I'm not scared of any job and able to drive to it in from Sheffield...


Job in Lanark, South Lanarkshire

Milker required on a dairy farm to work as part of 2 or 3 person team. Experience preferred. Good rates of pay depending on...


Job in Dromore, County Down

Seeking farm work for evenings and/or mornings. Experience with Beef, Sheep, pest control (gun license and DSC1 qualified) and currently...


Job in Londonderry, North Yorkshire

Farm Manager required for a 100 suckler cow birth to beef herd based in Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Our client is seeking to employ...


Job in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion

De Lacy Executive has been retained to recruit an on-farm Sales Consultant in South West Wales as a result of further expansion within...


Job in Shrewsbury, Shropshire

De Lacy Executive has been retained by a progressive farming operation to recruit a Broiler Farm Manager to manage a family run site in...


Job in Warrington, Cheshire

Would you like to define our global Windows architecture while working with an excellent network of talented enterprise architects? ...


Job in Lancaster, Lancashire

Solar Farm Electrical Service Engineer GBP35,000 - GBP40,000 + Vehicle + Benefits + Overtime + Average Earnings GBP45,000+ Living in...


Job in Aylsham, Norfolk

We are a mixed farming enterprise looking for someone to help with harvest tractor work as well as some livestock duties including pigs...


The United Kingdom is a great place for those looking for an exciting and rewarding career in the agricultural industry. With its thriving economy, world-class universities, and diverse culture there are plenty of opportunities for individuals to find farm and agricultural jobs that provide both financial security and personal satisfaction. The UK offers a variety of benefits to those seeking employment in the agricultural sector such as competitive salaries, career advancement opportunities, job security, and the chance to work in an industry with a rich history. 

Competitive Salaries

Working in agriculture can be highly lucrative due to the range of salaries available across different sectors. In the UK there are numerous jobs available that offer competitive wages, which can make it an attractive option for those seeking stability and financial security. What’s more, many sectors in the agricultural industry offer additional benefits such as bonuses or commissions that can help boost earnings even further.

Career Advancement Opportunities

As well as offering competitive salaries, agricultural jobs also provide excellent chances for career progression. There are various roles within the sector that allow employees to increase their qualifications and advance their knowledge of specialist areas within the industry; this could include working towards managerial positions or exploring alternative areas such as crop management or animal husbandry.

Job Security

The agricultural industry is one of the most secure industries in terms of job security due to its need for highly-skilled workers and a reliable labour force. Furthermore, with food production being a universal necessity it means there is always demand for experienced professionals who can deliver quality products on time; this gives potential employees added confidence when entering into a new role or taking on additional responsibilities within their current role.

Rich History & Culture

The UK has a strong tradition when it comes to agriculture; from traditional farming practices to modern technological innovations, agriculture has been an integral part of British life since ancient times and continues to be today. This gives workers exposure to centuries-old customs that preserve rural traditions while providing them with access to modern technologies so they can stay up-to-date with market trends and customer demands; creating a unique balance between past and present that allows employees to develop their skillset whilst staying true to their roots.