We are looking to expand our fishery management and groundskeeping team. Please see details below. For additional information call James (07473154208) between 9am and 4pm.
Applications before 9th August.
East Delph Lakes is looking for a Fishery Groundskeeper (part time).
No experience is needed as full training given. You should be physically fit, enthusiastic, reliable and able to work independently. Highly suitable for someone who lives locally, has an interest in carp angling and is considering a career in the angling industry. Work includes gardening duties, swim maintenance, bait preparation and maintenance of fishery equipment.
Hourly rate of pay offered, depending on experience. Other benefits include free fishing and a bait sponsorship deal. Day/hours are flexible, but must be midweek between 9am and 5pm. You should be able to commit to at least 16 hours a week. The initial term of work is until Autumn, after which more permanent work can be discussed.
Although unpaid the Voluntary Fishery Manager role has several benefits. When working you’ll be booked to fish free of charge, have your bait paid for and travel expenses covered. It’s a really great way to get experience of working in the angling industry. Some of our past voluntary fishery managers have gone on to take up management/employed roles in the fisheries industry.
No experience is required as full training given. When training is complete, you’ll be in charge of the day to day running of the fishery. The amount of time you commit is flexible and the work will fit around your existing commitments.
Responsibilities roughly take 2.5 hours a day to complete, they include site security, daily water quality checks and assisting anglers. The rest of the time is yours to enjoy the fishing. This is very much a lifestyle position and can be very rewarding for someone who wants to take their interesting in carp fishing to another level.
Hourly rate of pay offered, depending on fishery management experience. No experience is required as full training given, but an interest in carp angling would be an advantage.
Responsibilities roughly take 2.5 hours a day to complete (between 4pm and 7pm). One or two evenings a week needed. Responsibilities include site security, daily water quality checks and assisting anglers. Would only suit someone local to the fishery.