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New Farming Jobs Website Launched
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AgriBriefing launches
Jobs In Agriculture,
a new recruitment site
for the UK agriculture industry.

AgriBriefing, the UK’s leading agribusiness media and intelligence company – home of Farmers Guardian, LAMMA and the British Farming Awards has launched a new website for the UK agriculture industry.

With a proud history and heritage in supporting UK agriculture, AgriBriefing is adding to its growing portfolio of products which provides farmers with premium news, data insights and market intelligence.

JobsInAgriculture.com is a specialist agriculture jobs boards set to deliver a great user experience for both job seekers and recruiters. Using the existing marketing footprint from a strong portfolio covering livestock, arable and professional farm business sectors, Jobs In Agriculture is aimed at ensuring all job seekers can locate the right vacancies with ease and the fewest clicks.

Teaming up with recruitment board specialist Madgex, the site has an easy workflow for those looking to advertise vacancies. Recruitment consultancies already signed up to use the services include De Lacy Executive and Farm Solutions.

De Lacy MD, Stuart Goodinson: “We look forward to Jobs In Agriculture being an effective platform to deliver this. De Lacy Executive is looking forward to working with Farmers Guardian on the launch of their new job site.”

Rory Brown, AgriBreifing CEO:”It has become somewhat of a cliché for firms to say ‘our people remain our biggest asset’ but in most sectors – and especially in agriculture – this is unquestionably true.

“AgriBriefing is delighted to build on our unrivalled specialist reach to launch Jobs In Agriculture. We will be your trusted partner connecting the very best applicants with the best jobs across this huge and dynamic industry.”

The Office for National Statistics quotes a UK agriculture workforce of approximately 346,000, providing the industry with a strong backbone of employment. With Brexit on the horizon, there will be a greater focus on agriculture labour and safety of food production.

Jobs In Agriculture will be the go-to recruitment site for those recruiting and seeking employment within the UK industry.

Visit:  www.JobsInAgriculture.com