Meet Maxine Ford, Engineer at our Cannington site

Meet Maxine Ford, Engineer at our Cannington site

What interested you in Engineering?

I’ve been interested in engineering since I was in my teens; my dad was an engineer and I found it fascinating when he would fix broken toys and appliances. In school, I wasn’t encouraged to pursue a career in engineering and it wasn’t until I started to work for Yeo Valley that I felt my passion for engineering being reawakened!

What attracted y... Read More »

Meet Dave Snook, distribution manager…

Meet Dave Snook, distribution manager…

Meet Dave Snook, distribution manager…

I started my life at Yeo Valley nearly 23 years ago, cleaning milk churns! My job is very different these days with the varied role I now do, there’s no such thing as an average day for me! A big part of my role is to link our dairies with the distribution centre and then link our distribution with the retailers. I enjoy liaising with the retailers t... Read More »

Benefits

Benefits

We're sure you don't need convincing, but here's some information about the perks of working with us...

Holidays

We all need time to recharge our batteries now and again, so we offer generous holiday entitlements that increase with length of service – 25 days plus bank holidays. All our holidays are pro-rata, which means that we all get the same amount according to our individual wor... Read More »

Our Values

Our Values

We have a great culture at Yeo Valley and we’ve agreed a set of values that will help us to strengthen and shape it into the future:

1. Together

As a family owned business, we’re built on unity and a sense of togetherness. We value diversity, the power of strong teams and actively collaborating.

2. Ambitious

We strive to consistently perf... Read More »

Gabby has been working here for a good few years..

Gabby has been working here for a good few years..

“My mum works in the farming industry and I used to enjoy visiting farms with her when I was young. My first job was feeding calves when I was 15.

Now my average day starts early at 4:30am! I have a quick meeting with the team and explain the plan for the day, and then we do the first milking of the day and the paperwork. We monitor the milk levels for each cow to make sure that the herd is healthy.... Read More »

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