Agrivert is a dynamic organisation and recognises that the quality, skills and motivation of our staff directly impact our ability to provide products and services effectively and efficiently.

Agrivert is committed to providing employees with a professional but relaxed working environment where hard work and commitment is encouraged and rewarded. We are proud of our extremely low rate of staff turnover.

As Agrivert grows and opens more facilities, we will be seeking new people to join our team and to help us become the UK's leading organic waste management organisation.

Embracing diversity helps Agrivert attract, retain and develop the best people, who collectively support and contribute to a creative and innovative working culture. It is our unique culture that enables Agrivert to continuously deliver creative and innovative solutions to our customers. Our aim is to create an environment where everyone is welcome and where everyone can be the best they can be. We do not discriminate on any basis including the 9 protected characteristics as defined within the Equality Act 2010: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex, or sexual orientation.

Jobs at Agrivert

We are currently recruiting for the positions listed below.  

To apply for any of these roles please email your CV and a covering letter to Nicky Trower:

Location: Cassington AD Facility

Due to an increased workload we are recruiting for this hands-on role.  It requires the daily operation and maintenance of plant and machinery. We must not only work in harmony with our neighbours, your site will be visited by our customers and potential customers. You must therefore ensure site health, safety, and environmental protection as well as maximising site efficiency at all times to meet these aims. This role will also involve a mix of barrel washing/preparation, machinery operation, stock-take reporting and plant operator duties. 

Location: Ardley IVC Facility

This is a ‘hands-on’ role requiring the daily operation of composting plant and machinery at the Ardley In-Vessel Composting (IVC) Site, and other Oxfordshire sites.

Ardley is Agrivert’s first IVC in the UK, servicing Oxfordshire County Council. This site will be visited by many potential customers and you must ensure the site operates safely, efficiently and is maintained to a high standard at all times.  Creating a good impression here will help Agrivert to sell other plants, and so help to create and protect further jobs within Agrivert in the years ahead.

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