LettUs Grow is a fast-paced and agile start-up based in the heart of Bristol. We design technology for indoor farms with the mission to reduce the waste and carbon footprint of fresh produce by enabling anyone, anywhere, to grow nutritious produce near its point of consumption.
We’ve developed innovative software and hardware solutions that combine efficient aeroponic technology with data collection, automation and operational insights for the farmers and growers of the future. Our driven and friendly team is scaling quickly to meet the growing demand for this trailblazing technology.
Everything we do is impact-driven. We want to make a substantial positive change, not just through our products, but also in how we operate as a team. We are ambitious, responsible and caring, and bring these core-values into everything we do. This is clear in the way we approach challenges: we’re ambitious enough to run into a fair few, responsible enough to address them with innovative solutions and caring in our approach to solving them as a team, for the good of our planet and the people that inhabit it.
At LettUs Grow, we collaborate across teams so as a Farm Delivery and Production Manager you’ll have the opportunity to work with our team of growers and engineers or to attend events with our communications team.
You will be working from our open office where hotdesking is encouraged, within our world-class horticultural research facility and/or in our engineering workshops and production areas.
-At LettUs Grow we offer-
Flexible working hours. Whether your child's ill, you're waiting for a package or you have some deep-focussed work to do, we all need some time away from the office.
A living wage with regular salary reviews in line with our salary framework, to ensure we recognise and reward talent while offering equal pay for equal work.
25 days holiday a year (plus UK public holidays), and we encourage you to use them all up! If you don't, you can carry some over into next year.
Training and professional development: training courses, resources and conferences that help you learn and grow in your role and for your future.
A team of ambitious, open and impact-driven employees.
An inviting office atmosphere complete with skill-sharing workshops and a ping-pong table.
The best coffee in town. We keep our team well fuelled with top notch coffee from a local supplier.
Bike repair station. Everything you need to keep you on the road from tools and parts to spare lights and a lock.
Want to know more about what it’s like to work at LettUs Grow? Visit our careers page to hear from some of our current staff.
As a Farm Delivery and Production Manager at LettUs Grow, you will report directly to our Chief Technical Officer. In your role, you will be responsible for the production, delivery and maintenance of vertical farms and vertical farming equipment for LettUs Grow’s customers.
This role is the first in the new Delivery Team and you can expect to be delegated responsibility at an early stage. You will have a real opportunity to progress as the company scales. This role is ideal for a diligent, organised, personable applicant who is keen to grow with an impact-led startup.
We look forward to welcoming you to our diverse team of horticulturists, engineers and commercial growers, to together design and build the next generation of indoor farming technology.
To develop and build a world-class team of production, site and maintenance engineers and technicians to deliver the farms of the future in the UK and abroad
Ensure the on-time, high quality and on-budget delivery of internal and customer build projects
Work with the hardware and software teams to outsource product manufacture and develop maintenance and delivery plans
-What you need-
Experience managing engineers and technicians in the delivery of products/projects for customers
Experience managing vendors and third party designers/delivery teams
Highly collaborative mindset and strong communications skills
A willingness to get involved with manual build/installation tasks if required
A formal project management qualification
A degree in an engineering discipline or other equivalent subject
A full UK driving licence
Experience in recruiting and building engineering or delivery teams
Bonus: Experience in horticulture, food, plant science, plant biology or other related fields.
The position is full-time, based in central Bristol and will benefit from training and external mentoring. Salary will be competitive to match experience, with the benefit of participating in an established employee share options scheme. We encourage a good work-life balance, with flexible working hours and 25 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays). LettUs Grow Ltd is an Equal Opportunity Employer.