Interested in Working on a Concordia Farm?

Concordia organises seasonal work placements on farms throughout the UK. You are eligible to apply for a placement if you are a citizen of the UK or of any other EU country. There are two possible application routes:

Applying via an agent in your country

Through one of our agents in your own country. Agents offer a range of optional non-recruitment services that you may find useful, such as translation, help with travel arrangements and ongoing support while you are on the farm. Fees for these services are regulated by Concordia, and you will be able to choose those that you need.

View a full list of our overseas agents »

Applying directly via Concordia

Video Skype interviews will be held 3 to 5 working days after the closing date for applications.

To apply directly through Concordia a good level of English is essential as the application process is in English, and includes a video Skype interview. Please make sure that you read our detailed ‘Information for Direct Applicants’ before you apply.

Please note that: All of the placements on this page are open for direct applicants who are UK citizens, or citizens of other EU countries ONLY, including Bulgarian and Romanian nationals. Please make sure that your application with all supporting documents reaches us by the application closing date. If your application is successful at this first stage, a video Skype interview slot will be emailed to you.

Please remember that:

Course No. Course Information Location Requested arrival Start Date End Date Application closing date Places
121781 Apple and Pear Harvesters Kent 06/09/2017 07/09/2017 15/11/2017 28/07/2017 9
121999 Apple and Pear Harvesters Kent 07/09/2017 08/09/2017 15/11/2017 28/07/2017 6

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What is it like working on a Concordia farm?

If you would like to have an idea of what it's like working on a Concordia Farm check out our short films here. You'll see the sort of work you might be doing plus you can listen to participants from different countries talking about their experiences on the farm and in the UK.