RBS Six Nations 2019

Six Nations or assignments?

February always brings the university campus alive; partly due to us entering the home straight of the academic year, but also for the start of the Six Nations rugby tournament! The stereotype of farmers and rugby is very much credible as the rugby jerseys come out of the drawers and are worn with pride throughout the weekend’s matches. Friendships go out of the window for at least 80 minutes each weekend, as do worries about assignments/ dissertations/ revision!

Talking of dissertations, they have certainly started to rear up into the thought processes of us final year students, particularly those who are doing surveys as their primary research method. My LinkedIn feed seems to be 99.9% filled with dissertation survey requests, but it must be said there are some very interesting research topics being covered this year.

As we end our last full month in the EU (supposedly), both second year and final year students continue to search for employment, whether it is for their placement year (3rd year) or graduate employment. March the 28th will be the calm before the storm in more than one way as it will be the final day before we leave the EU, but also the final day before we break up for a month for Easter, and we (final year Agri-Business students) will have two assignments due in on the first Tuesday back after the break! We’re also entering the start of a new crop season as 2019 spring barley is being planted and, matched with this current burst of sunny weather, it creates some stunning photo opportunities for the agricultural anoraks of these parts. Additionally, with the silage season not far away, Tractor Spotting 2019 will be in full swing by the time the next blog comes out!

In terms of academia in the last few weeks, we final years have had a few reading weeks to catch up on assignment and dissertation workloads. The last few days I’m sure have been a real test of resolve for some students who have had two large assignments due in on the same day, with one being worth 100% of the final year module! (Not one to forget to upload the digital copy!)

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As we progress through the final quarter of the year we have been building our team to ensure that we continue to provide ‘industry sector specific’ champions to represent past, present and future clients that need this knowledge and intelligence.

We clearly provide a benefit to both clients and candidates alike in that we understand the industry and the roles within, we understand the requirements and passion for the sectors and as such always provide a positive and successful service.

As your business prepares its budget for increasing your headcount, shaping your team and driving your business forward perhaps you should be calling us to see what talent is available to your organisation.

As a candidate, do you look back over your last year of employment and feel that it is time to make a change, if this sounds familiar then please log in and register with JP Trett to see where your future may take you. With a fully interactive and secure candidate portal on our website you could be getting that alert of a great new job before it gets advertised.


Three recent additions to the JP Trett Team include:

Jessica Toombs

JP TRETT EQUNE – An accomplished Equine Specialist, qualified in Horse Husbandry, Equine Science and Management locally at Easton College and with 2 years’ experience working at a Stud Farm. Jessica has also had a career in Hospitality representing a leading Worldwide Hotel organisation. With so much passion and knowledge in the Equine and Science Industry Jessica has rapidly taken to recruitment. She is always pushing to understand more, regularly self-educating and training to pass all the professional modules in our training program. A certain star of the future within JP Trett pushing everyone to achieve more!

Bertie Steggles

 JP TRETT LIVESTOCK – A Harper Adams Graduate with an accomplished career already within Agriculture focussing and specialising in Livestock. Having grown up on a Norfolk Farm with a diverse range of various Livestock endeavours Bertie has first-hand experience as well as Sales and Service experience within the sector. A keen sportsman and regular attendee at many Agri-Livestock shows Bertie is well connected and respected within the Livestock industry. Again making massive steps forward in his professional Recruitment training Bertie has delivered results from day one to assist the team. Another rising star of JP Trett.

Linda Trett

JP TRETT – A marketing specialist with a history of successful recruitment Linda joins the team to ensure JP Trett is focussed within the industry specific sectors to deliver the right service to the right audience. With an abundance of energy and enthusiasm Linda has been instrumental in pushing the business forward into new territories and helping the team understand the power of modern marketing and social media.

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