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Estate Worker/Sprayer Operative

Heveningham Hall Estate

The company

Heveningham Hall is a privately owned and occupied Georgian country house, with extensive gardens restored to Capability Brown's original - but never implemented - designs by noted English landscape architect Kim Wilkie. It's estate extends to 8000+ acres of parkland and woodland.


The job

You'll be working as part of the estate team, responsible for the spraying of deciduous plantations, wildflower meadows, and parkland thistles and nettles using a Polaris Agri Quad with lance and 3m boom, plus towable trailed 6m boom. You'll also keep accurate records of areas sprayed. During weather conditions that prevent spraying, you will be working with the wider estate team undertaking tasks such as logging, maintenance, and more. You will also be involved with setting up the estates many events held throughout the year,


What you'll need

Understanding of chemicals used to best efficiency

Experience of operating agricultural quad bikes and trailers

PA1, PA6 essential

PA2 strongly desired but training can be provided

Physically fit with a love of working outdoors (in all weathers!)

Ability to work in a small team, with great communication skills

A Full UK driving licence and your own transport to get to the estate (use of Land Rover Defenders while on the estate)


Where you'll be based

The estate spans 8000 acres, from Heveningham to Sibton to Yoxford. You'll be expected to have your own transport to get to the estate each day and your base will be Heveningham Hall.


What you'll receive

- £25,000 - £26,000 per annum dependent on experience

- Full time permanent employment based on a minimum of 39 hours per week (7:30am-4:15pm)

- PPE provided

- Limitless overtime available (and encouraged) including weekends

- Stunning working location in the Suffolk countryside


Find out more

To discuss this position in more detail, please send your CV to or call 07983 967143.

All communication will be treated in complete confidence.


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