Careers at Pearson Milking Technology
At Pearson Milking Technology we are proud of our work environment, our culture, and our commitment to helping our team to reach their full potential. We take our role seriously. Many farm families in Ireland and around the world depend on our milking equipment every day. We are proud to be part of the wider agrifood community. We have a wide range of roles available, from sales and marketing to production, installation, account management and data scientists. Many of our team are with us over 20 years. We work hard to ensure our colleagues feel valued and that we give necessary flexibility to create a culture of support within the company. For the right person Pearson Milking Technology is a great place to work and offers significant career and personal growth opportunities.
Grow your career with us?
Due to our continuing expansion we are always looking for new team members. If you are interested in having a conversation please send your CV and a cover letter to HR@pearsonmilking.com – thank you.
What our team say!
The company is growing on a daily basis and along with that comes new opportunities for employees to explore, learn and develop. All employees are given the chance to acquire new skills by way of in-house training, apprenticeships, or further education including 3rd level college. Management are committed to the wellbeing of all staff members and are very aware of life’s challenges such that we have flexibility to take time off to attend to family matters at short notice. Pearson Milking Technology is a lovely place to work where all staff interacts and work really well with one another. During summer months we all come together at Pearson HQ for BBQ’S and every Christmas we get together for a Christmas party.
The company have encouraged me to return to further education and I am currently studying for an ACCA qualification. The cost of my studies is being kindly financed by Pearson Milking Technology.
I started working in goods in/good out. From here I proceeded to a warehouse picker. During this time I got a lot of insight into the parts and I was educated on what they were used for and where. After this I became team leader/ supervisor where I then started looking at how we could change some aspects for the better and where we could make improvements within the stores. Lean methodology is a big part of the workplace. We started having daily meetings within the team to give clear views on jobs that were on the radar for the week and just to check in with everyone so that there was no confusion. After this I was given more training as I developed in the company. From supervisor I then became stores manager where I am now looking after logistics, shipping of pick lists for site, working within deadlines and dealing with queries from our installation team and multiple distributors across the globe.