Your Frequently Asked Questions
No, but this will be an advantage. However, we have many workers that had never worked in this area before. Our requirements are that you must be physically able to do the job, motivated and prepared to work hard. We will provide you with the necessary training and support.
No, you will need to be over 18 to live and work at Hall Hunter due to Health and Safety requirements.
No, we have a number of non-native-speaking staff working for us. There are a number of translators on site who will help you, should you need any assistance. However, there are certain roles (e.g. Supervisors and Bus Drivers) that require English speakers, so please be honest on your application form.
Yes, you can. Workers who perform above the company standards will be offered work on the farm for next season. However, no guarantees will be made and contract offers will be based upon performance, disciplinary records and staff availability.
Yes, you have to make your own way to the UK. Once you have confirmed the date and the place of your arrival we will try to come and pick you up from there to take you to the farm.
Yes you can. We will try our best to arrange your arrival dates together should you both be successful.
Whatever the future holds, our doors will always be open to people who want to come and work for us. We will make sure we get access to the relevant immigration schemes which can employ people from outside the UK both on seasonal and permanent basis. We will continue to provide the required support for everyone who chooses to work here.
Unfortunately you are not allowed a car to Hall Hunter.
No, the farm office will provide you with assistance in this process. Your wages will be paid weekly into your bank account.