Fram Farmers is committed to our staff and our investment in personal development underpins our drive to support everyone’s professional capabilities and opportunities within the group.
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Our values define how we work with our colleagues, members and suppliers, and are a key part of our ongoing success. They set the standards by which individual and team performance are measured and rewarded.
We take the wellbeing of our employees extremely seriously. Providing a workplace where our people can be themselves will ensure individuals perform to the best of their ability, and enables them to deliver exceptional service to our members. We are proactive in empowering our teams to prioritise their wellbeing and encourage them to support those around them in doing the same.
Growing Our Own
Some roles within the company are unique and specialised and as such we benefit hugely from ‘growing our own’. There is much satisfaction to be gained in adopting this approach and seeing apprentices and graduates grow into their roles. Their self-achievement and confidence is rewarding to witness, but also encourages the whole team to develop and take responsibility in helping our ‘seeds’ fulfil their goals and ambitions.
Learning and Development
At Fram Farmers, we are committed to providing excellent service to our members. To do this we need great people working with us, and we pride ourselves on finding the right person for the right job. Once we've found them, we're not scared of investing in their development and will support them to gain career-specific training and qualifications. From apprenticeships to FACTS and BASIS qualifications to AAT courses for our finance staff, we know that by investing in the person we will get the best service for our members. And, development doesn't stop in the classroom - we organise several annual company-wide events, from farm walks to barbeques to sports days.
Take a look at the talent we have in the business...
Annie Buckingham - Fertiliser Product Manager
Rachel Cooper - Seed Product Manager
Cereals Crop Inspectors License
Ian Caley - Group Accountant
Jess Frost - Animal Health Specialist
Jodie Allen - General Farming Inputs & Livestock Manager
Nick Hindle - Financial Controller
Sarah Snell - HR Manager
Joe Cullen - IT Manager
BSc Computing and IT
Ali Patrick - Project Organisational Lead
Jessie Boden - Crop Protection Specialist
Ted Hurren - IT Support Technician
Tim Gilbert - Business Analyst
Sam Aldrich - Invoice Processing Support
Temporary Contract - Data Entry
Business Services Administrator
Crop Protection Administrator
We are always interested to hear from skilled and motivated people. If you are interested in these or any possible future opportunities please submit your CV to Sarah Snell, HR Manager, by email: [email protected].