holifield farm project

Job Opportunities

(updated 18th January 2020)

*We are currently looking to fill the role of Tradesperson. Please read below for further information*


We are always on the lookout for positive, passionate, ethically-minded people to move onsite, in exchange for one day’s work per week within Holifield Farm Project. This is a wonderful opportunity to live in a beautiful setting on the Helford, surrounded by organic pastures and woodland. As a thriving community it is important that we welcome community-minded people with an holistic approach to life.

Due to the fast-paced and dynamic nature of the projects at Holifield, there are a wide range of roles which we look to fill will perspective new dwellers. Some of the possible roles are:

Tradesperson:

Carpenter, Plumber, Electrician, Builder, Mechanic, Machinery Operator, Welder

Desired skills:

experience, an understanding of current environmental issues, evidence of living a conscientious lifestyle, high standards of writing and literacy skills, computer-literate.


If you believe you have the skills to suit one of these roles, then please get in touch. Tell us a bit about yourself and your previous experience, and which job/s you are interested in. If we feel you are suited to the project, we will organise a time for you to come and meet us.

email: holifieldfarmproject@yahoo.co.uk
or see other ways to contact us here

COUPLES WELCOME, previous applicants may apply.



Additional information:

For clarity, one day work per week would be your exchange for living onsite, any extra days (subject to availability and agreed prior to moving onsite) would be paid. All staff are DBS checked.

New dwellers will be provided with their own pitch. In most cases, community members will need to source their own dwelling (E.G. campervan/ caravan) but some accommodation could be available for the right applicant. We have a communal shower (20p for 2 mins), compost loos, flushing loos, wifi available in the tea room in the evenings/bank holidays/weekends and a communal washing machine. There are drinking water taps (from our borehole) and a possibility of access to electricity, although your own solar panels would be encouraged. We welcome & encourage you to build your own low-impact home after a 3 month trial period.

We ask you to attend community meetings when they are organised, and encourage you to get involved in projects such as managing the community polytunnel outside of your work days, and/or helping to bring the community together by organising community meals – providing opportunities for healthy communication and connections. Positive, enthusiastic, robust characters who are interested a basic, sustainable lifestyle and like splashing in muddy puddles would make ideal candidates.

We ask for a little extra voluntary time when we run any additional events, such as The Big Tent Festival and are interested in people who, like us, are interested in building a stronger sense of community, both amongst ourselves and the wider community.


Bonallack Lane
Gweek
Cornwall
TR12 6UJ

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