Recruitment and Jobs at The BIG Sheep
If you’re looking for jobs at The BIG Sheep, then you’ve come to the right place, view our vacancies below! Our flock is made up of talented people from all walks of life. You can see the current members of the flock on our Meet the Flock page.
Want to join our team?
Our mission is to be the attraction of choice for locals and visitors, but it’s also to be the best place to work in North Devon for our staff as well! Customer service is the core of our business, we strive to give the best day out to everyone visiting us. We have won many awards over the past few decades for our service and it’s something we’re very proud of.
As part of The BIG Sheep team you will never have a dull day and your role will be varied! You can be asked to do anything, one day you may have your face painted or be dressing up as Santa, other days you may be driving tractors, or even learning to Morris dance! As well as working hard we’re always having fun and want to involve our visitors in that at all times. So, if you are a smiley and bubbly person with a committed work ethic, and are looking for a job where you can have your fun and get paid, then please contact us now!
As part of the flock you will benefit from the following:
- Happy work environment and a friendly team
- Regular team building evenings
- Employee pension
- 28 days holiday pro rata from April until March
- Flexible working
The BIG Sheep is open seven days a week during the summer season and at weekends and during Devon school holidays in the winter season, see more information on our Opening Times page. All positions require you to be flexible with the days of week you can work – regular weekends and school holidays are included in the rota for all employees.
If we have any vacancies available they will appear below, if not please fill in the General Job Application Form, or email your application to Laura Holt on [email protected] To apply for one of the jobs below just click the link below and fill in the application form on the page.
The BIG Sheep