Crookes Brothers: your employer of choice
Crookes Brothers is a leading agribusiness with diverse farming operations in South Africa as well as Swaziland, Mozambique and Zambia. We attach great importance to the values of integrity, excellence and respect. We keep our promises, do things right first time and we care. We are all strongly committed to these values as part of our efforts to become a major player in the Southern African agricultural sector.
To help achieve our ambitions, we need to attract, develop and retain the best people in our sector. With this in mind, we have adopted an employer of choice strategy. The key elements that drive this strategy include: competitive compensation; reward and recognition; a safe and supportive working environment; training and development – as well as career advancement.
Our commitment to these areas makes Crookes Brothers a great place to fulfil your personal and professional potential.
From time to time, we offer career opportunities for committed and motivated people interested in working as agricultural managers, farm managers, assistant farm managers, farm mechanics and finance professionals.
Investing in talent
Maintaining and developing an adequate skills base is critical to ensuring the sustainability of the agricultural industry. To meet this need, we continue to support the structured Farm Manager Development Programme, which aims to develop agriculture graduates from universities and colleges into capable managers.
We receive grants from AgriSeta for agricultural students who have completed their second year of studies and need to do their final year of practical training to obtain their qualification. We offer students this opportunity as and when we receive grants.
Crookes Brothers also offers bursaries to fund study costs for students who are studying towards an agricultural qualification.
Get in touch
If you are interested in building a future with Crookes Brothers, please submit your CV for consideration to email@example.com as and when any suitable opportunities arise.