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Job Vacancy – Part-time Land Agent/Agricultural Consultant

We require an additional Land agent/Agricultural adviser to expand the team.

This is a front line challenging and responsible role.

You will be expected to meet new and existing clients, take instructions, advise them accurately and be responsible for their business instruction from start to finish.

We deal with a broad spectrum of matters including:

  • BP
  • Grant application
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Compensation claims
  • Farm forestry
  • Agricultural planning
  • Tenant amnesty
  • Sales and valuation

The successful applicant must have a good all round knowledge of government support schemes and regulations (either Scottish or English). Expertise in all areas of our work is not necessary as your duties can be tailored to your expertise with ongoing career development.

RICS membership is beneficial but not essential. All relevant degrees or professional qualifications will be given fair consideration. A friendly outgoing personality, drive and motivation and a conscientious attitude are essential.

You will be joining a friendly, supportive and vibrant team in a growing business. We have a modern office equipped with the latest technology based at Longtown Auction Mart, one of the biggest sheep marts in Europe, with a very large client base.

C&D Rural have over 50% part time employees and are very supportive of flexible working. This post offers flexible hours varying to suit your other commitments for example school holidays or lambing time.

Substantial pro rata remuneration by negotiation subject to experience.

Applications in confidence to Stuart Thomson, Director at Stuartthomson@yahoo.com OR to discuss the post via telephone please contact Stuart Thomson on 07801 531220 .

Deadline for applications is the 31st December 2019

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