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Moy Park Chicken Farm (Photo thanks to Geograph user Kenneth Allen, Some Rights Reserved)
Moy Park, Coolhill (Photo thanks to Flickr user J Ken Crozier, Some Rights Reserved)
Moy Park, Coolhill (Photo thanks to Flickr user J Ken Crozier, Some Rights Reserved)

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    I worked at Moy Park


    good all round engineering experience. cater for specific skills


    smelly but that comes with chickens

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    Graduate Management Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Craigavon, Northern Ireland (UK)
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    I applied through college or university – interviewed at Moy Park (Craigavon, Northern Ireland (UK)) in March 2015.


    Invited to interview in Craigavon asking simple questions about related work experience and university. There were a lot of common questions for example naming a time I was part of a team, and giving examples of leadership abilities. This was followed by another interview where I had to give a presentation on a topic I had been given before hand.

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Headquarters Craigavon, United Kingdom
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1943
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Kerry, Noble Foods

Moy Park, one of Northern Ireland's largest food processors, supplies private-label fresh, processed, and value-added chicken to food retailers and foodservice distributors in the UK, France, and other parts of Europe. It entered the turkey market by buying local O'Kane Poultry in 2010. Moy Park's agricultural arm operates hatcheries using chicks from Aviagen. Its Moy Park Foodservices division offers frozen onion rings, breaded mushrooms, tempura-battered vegetables and fried cheese bites ideal for pubs and restaurants. The company has operations in Northern Ireland... More

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