Careers at Gleadell
Gleadell Agriculture is one of the most progressive, profitable agricultural merchants in the UK today. The company has grown to become the third largest grain buyer in the UK, trading over 2 million tonnes of farm sourced grain per annum as well as becoming one of the leading suppliers of fertilisers and seeds at the farm gate.
The Gleadell expansion has taken place at a sustainable level allowing a continued high level of service to existing customers as well as offering a competitive alternative to new customers.
Farm Traders- please click to view Trainee Farm Traders advert, based in Lincolnshire, East Anglia, Kent and Staffordshire/Shropshire
Forwarding/Transport Assistant (Swaffham) - please click to view Forwarding/Transport Assistant based in Swaffham, Norfolk
Gleadell Advance is a dedicated development programme which provides opportunities to enhance skills and knowledge to ensure success within a role. For more information, please click on the attached link.
To submit an application for a position at Gleadell Agriculture, please send a covering letter and CV to: Recruitment@Gleadell.co.uk.
Gleadell Agriculture Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to treating its employees and job applicants equally. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workplace.
Bright Crop inspires young talent to explore the wide choice of careers in farming and food supply.
With the population growing, more mouths to feed and less space to grow our food, the farming and food industry needs talented individuals with the ideas and the know-how to keep the UK up to speed. In fact, it's been calculated that 60,000 new jobs are needed in farming and food supply by 2020.
Please click the link below to see George Eddell tell Bright Crop about his work as a Grain Trader and why he chose a career in agriculture. He has some valuable advice for people considering a career in the industry.
George Eddell, Grain Trader for Gleadell Agriculture
"I studied Construction Management and Surveying at Uni – not the most obvious route into grain trading, but that didn’t matter when I started my traineeship. I’ve learnt business skills that could take me to the top, and I get a kick out of making a profit in the grain trade, which changes every day."