Hall Hunter are the first Agricultural business to use Gradintel for targeting graduate talent. Most of us will have enjoyed the fruits of this specialist family business as their strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries are on the shelves of Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Tesco.
The company employs over 2000 workers spread across seven production sites; 4 traditional farms and 3 glasshouse sites. Their Graduate Programme aims to attract bright enthusiastic individuals with an interest in farming and agriculture. Successful applicants will enter a 2 year development scheme providing experience in all aspects of the HHP business.
Read what HHP have to say about the Graduate Development Programme:
A number of opportunities exist for high quality graduates, who aspire to be the best in British Horticulture, to join the Hall Hunter Partnership Graduate Development Programme. Ideal candidates will come from horticultural, agricultural, business management or engineering backgrounds, however the most important attributes are enthusiasm and drive.
Successful applicants will join the HHP team and, over 2 years, experience all aspects of the business as a preparation for their future career within the company. Participants will rotate through a number of roles which will include most of the following: Growing (glasshouse or field); Harvest Management; Husbandry Management ; Quality assessment and management ; Irrigation and nutrition management; Tunnel management and climate control.
Your development and education during the programme will be fully supported and structured so that each task area is successfully covered and signed off as you progress. Successful completion of the programme will result in you joining the HHP team on a permanent basis.
To be targeted for this and other relevant opportunities you need to hold a Gradintel account. Many students are pre-registered by their universities, however if you don’t have an account you can create one for free at www.gradintel.com