Work with us

If you would like to apply to work at East Seaton or Rosemount Farm, please click here and complete our online form or alternatively email

We have a range of work available on our farms from table top picking, husbandry work, planting, tunnel building, general farm work and packhouse work. All pickers are trained by staff who can communicate in Polish, Russian, English, Bulgarian, Nepalese, Romanian, Latvian and Lithuanian.

Quality control standards are explained and presented daily, and you are taught about grading (size, shape and colour)

Key Information

Please read the information on the right as it is important if you wish to join the team.

  • Wages

    We pay wages on a weekly basis and comply with the Scottish Agricultural Wage Board and National Minimum Wage Legislation.

  • Hours of Work

    Starting times vary according to crop and weather;

    • Typical starting time is 7am with a finish time of 3:30pm.
    • Some days we start as early as 5am, but this means we finish earlier.
  • Bonus Payment

    On the farm, we pay a bonus system which means, the more you pick, the more you earn. If you pick more than the minimum standard per hours, you get a bonus.


  • Travel to Our Farms

    You must organise and pay for your own travel to Scotland and then to the farm.
    You can fly to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Aberdeen Airport then from the Airport you can get a train or bus to Arbroath (for East Seaton Farm) or Blairgowrie (Rosemount Farm).

  • Accommodation

    At East Seaton and Rosemount farms we offer caravan accommodation, these are static caravans that sleep 4 to 6 people. Each static caravan has a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms.

    You must bring your own bedding and cutlery.

    East Seaton and Rosemount Farms comply with all necessary regulations required for accommodation of this type.

    Each caravan is fitted with a smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector.

  • Facilities available (included in facility fee)

    • Laundrette
    • Communal shower room
    • Wireless internet
    • Games room
    • BBQ areas
    • Football pitch
    • TV Room
  • Things to bring

    • Yourself (most importantly!)
    • Sense of humour and a positive attitude
    • Passport or ID Card
    • Driving licence / Any other documents / Certificates
    • Money for the first week £70 approximately
    • Sleeping bag or duvet (we do not supply bedding)
    • Warm clothing, good footwear and waterproof clothing is advised
    • Towels and utensils
  • Arrival at our farms

    • You will be welcomed to at the Farm Office
    • Documents will be checked
    • Paperwork completed
    • Accommodation arranged
    • Tour of farm and facilities
    • Health and Safety explained
    • Start day and time arranged
    • Questions answered