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Would you like to be part of the Wynnstay Team?

Wynnstay Group plc is a leading, successful and profitable business experiencing rapid growth, employing in excess of 1,000 employees, and offering a wide range of career opportunities across our core business divisions.

Primarily a community based employer, we provide a diverse mix of careers ranging from commercial sales positions to specialist and technical opportunities for enthusiastic individuals who can join our existing dedicated teams and help drive the business forward.

As a Company, we strive to provide our valued customers with a quality service and expert advice. In order to meet these ambitions, we promote staff development initiatives and provide access to structured training opportunities, while supporting various vocational and professional qualifications.

If you have an interest in our business and are keen to work for a leader in the agricultural UK industry and an expanding successful employer, we would welcome your application.

The rewards? Wynnstay Group offer a competitive package to include competitive basic salary, company profit related pay, a child care voucher scheme, a pension & life assurance scheme, and company share incentives (after qualifying period).

On this page, you will find information on all opportunities currently available within the Group, detailing principle requisites of each role together with a useful link for submitting your application online.

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Latest Vacancies

Location: Full time, based in North Wales/Cheshire

Company: Wynnstay Group PLC

 The Role: Your main responsibilities as an Animal Health Sales Specialist will be to provide an excellent and reliable service in your geographic area, supporting both new and existing customers to improve farm profitability. You will be expected to offer quality animal health products and practical advice that adds real value for the customer. In order to help you to succeed with your responsibility for delivering and developing sales, a company vehicle or van will be provided.

The Candidate: To be successful in this role, you must possess excellent communication skills and be commercially aware with a strong understanding of sales and agricultural products. You will be a team player, be efficient in time management and also be able to work effectively on your own initiative. You will confidently build strong relationships with existing and new customers, and be passionate about your preferred specialist field.

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 19th October 2018

Location: Full time (shifts), based in Carmarthen

Company: Wynnstay Group PLC

The Role: Your main responsibilities as a Mill Operative will be to effectively and safely Perform key operative tasks as directed. These tasks include operation of mill plant and machinery, manual handling, assisting with cleaning and some maintenance duties and compliance with key processes and procedures as directed by the Mill Manager.


The Candidate: To be successful in your new role you will be hard working, conscientious and be capable of performing a physical role that includes manual handling. Owing to the nature of the work, you must also be extremely safety conscious and have a flexible attitude to achieve your objectives.

Closing date for receipt of applications: Monday, 22 October 2018 at 4.30pm

Location: Full time, based in Llansantffraid

Company: Wynnstay Group PLC

The Role: Your main responsibilities will be to report to the Assistant Credit Manager with support in all aspects of credit control while using multiple internal accounts receivable systems and techniques. Liaising with Senior Management and working closely with key customer account holders, you will also be responsible for the collections management of a specific portfolio of client accounts, and for providing, maintaining and developing a range of monthly analysis reports.


The Candidate: To be successful in this role, you must possess excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills while being commercially aware, together with a strong understanding of Microsoft Office products, but in particular Excel. A team player, you will be flexible in taking on a wide range of tasks, be efficient in time management and also be able to work effectively on your own initiative. Experience of credit control or a sales ledger environment would be an advantage.

 

Closing date for receipt of applications: Tuesday, 23 October 2018 at 4.30 pm