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Pastoral Development Officer – WA

Based in West Kimberley region of Western Australia, this position requires a person who will lead and develop Aboriginal people carrying out sustainable pastoral activities, namely beef cattle, on their land and the implementation of an approved trail sorghum project. Tertiary qualifications and/or competency certificates in rural science, rural business development, or related disciplines will be highly regarded. It is essential you have extensive practical experience in the pastoral industry and beef cattle management.

We require the candidate to be a proven leader with excellent interpersonal skills, team development, staff management skills and an aptitude for working with and training aboriginal people. The candidate will have proven capacity for budgeting and accurate record keeping of expenditure and related outcomes. You will instil in our staff the priority of a safe and environmentally compliant work  environment and build a work culture where safety is a priority.

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Overseer – WA

Hancock Agriculture, incorporating S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Services, has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated Overseer for Sturt Creek, situated 210km south of Halls Creek WA.  Sturt Creek is  an outstation of Ruby Plains Station which runs 27,000 head of Brahman / Charbray cattle over 9,500 square kilometres.

Reporting to the Ruby Plains Station Manager, the Overseer leads and directs outstation operations with responsibility for supervising staff, livestock operations and property and stock water infrastructure repairs and maintenance in order to achieve the property performance objectives.  The successful applicant will have at least 2 years’ experience in a station leadership role, with extensive knowledge and experience in the management of large cattle herds (including livestock recording systems), landcare, people and safety management, property maintenance and financial management.

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Feedlot Position – South Coast WA

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work in a fast-growing farm business on WA’s beautiful south coast. We are a progressive family business encompassing a commercial cattle herd, beef feedlot and cropping operations, looking for a motivated person to join our team on a permanent, full-time basis.

Key responsibilities will include:  Preparation and delivery of feedlot rations;  Machinery maintenance;  Cattle handling and animal husbandry;  Some data entry.  The successful applicant will have experience with livestock, machinery operation and basic mathematical ability. Some mechanical knowledge and computer literacy would be advantageous. We are looking for prospective team-members with:  Attention to detail; A positive and respectful attitude; The ability to work effectively alone or as part of a team; Good communication skills.  A minimum of 2 years’ experience in the agricultural industry is required.

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Regional Manager – North QLD

An opportunity has now become available for a passionate Regional Manager to lead a team of Station Managers.This key role requires a progressive candicate with a high level of operational / business beef experience, coupled with effective communication and leadsership skills plus a proactive approach towards WHS and Animal Welfare .

This is a Senior Leadership position and you will be an integral part of a vibrant management team.  You will actively support Station Managers and be an inspiring leader and execute strategy.  This highly autonomous role gives a opportunity to demonstae your dynamic & pragmatic leadership style.

For more information please contact Anna Brown Recruitment 0427 644 527 E: anna@annabrown.com.au

Assistant Manager – WA

Heytesbury Cattle Company is a large Australian cattle producer, with over 170,000 head on approximately 25,000km2 across the Northern Territory and eastern Kimberley region of WA, employing over 80 people.  This position is located at Flora Valley Station, which includes Nicholson Outstation, and combined these carry approx. 18,000 breeders with a total herd over 42,000 head, covering 8,200km2.

We are currently seeking an Assistant Manager, who will have previous experience in a similar role or experience as a Senior Head Stockman, with involvement in a large scale breeder operation. Having a high level of leadership is essential, as is strong attention to detail and accuracy in recording data, a high level of cattle and horse handling skills, along with a focus on safety in the workplace. The ability to pregtest would be highly regarded.

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Station Manager – QLD

Calton Hills is seeking an experienced Station Manager for its cattle operation approximately 90km North West of Mount Isa.  The Company runs a commercial cattle herd and innovative Indigenous training program.

Key responsibilities include: managing station activities, health and safety, herd development, property development, managing the training program, planning and reporting.  The successful applicant will have extensive experience in managing large scale cattle operations and cattle management along with excellent communication and people management skills.

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Farm Hand – Beef Cattle

A large family run cattle farm 25 minutes from Mount Gambier is currently seeking an experienced Farm Hand to join their team. A competitive salary package and newly renovated 3-bedroom farm house is on offer. A fantastic opportunity to work on a successful and growing farm in a sea change location.

Key Tasks include:  Manage health and wellbeing of cattle including feeding of stock; Manage calving; Maintain fences and water points; General farm maintenance and repairs as required.  Key Skills required:  Strong animal husbandry experience; Beef cattle experience essential; Good communication skills; Highly motivated, trustworthy and reliable.

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Livestock Supervisor

The Northern Cooperative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC) is a leading export food processor with production facilities at Casino and Booyong near Lismore in the Northern Rivers area of the NSW far north coast.  We have an opportunity for a Livestock Supervisor to join the team on a permanent full-time basis.

Reporting to the General Manager, this position is a key role within our business and to be successful for the position, you will need to possess the following: A supportive leadership style with good communication skills; Ability to supervise and manage a team to meet production requirements; Thorough understanding of animal welfare; Computer literate and ability to use office programs;  Commitment to work extended hours when required; Commitment to improve and manage WHS, quality and environmental aspects; Commitment to undertake training as required; Ensure compliance with NCMC policies and procedures; and Livestock industry experience.

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Farm & Irrigation Supervisor

Pardoo Beef Corporation (PBC) is an irrigated agriculture project in the Pilbara region of WA encompassing the breeding and fattening of Wagyu cattle, an extensive crop program and pastoral operations.  At present the station has 880 hectares of crops, comprised of 20 irrigated pivots, with further development planned.

Duties will include:  Assisting the management of the irrigated pasture and crops; Supervising a team of 5; Machinery operation associated with, fertilizing, slashing, making hay and silage; Repairs and maintenance in conjunction with the mechanic; Record keeping; and Infrastructure development and maintenance.  Skills and experience required include:  Understanding of safe farm work practices;  Technology skills suitable to keep records, access online support systems and use modern farm equipment; Ability to guide, lead and instruct others in operational tasks; and Centre pivot irrigator usage is desirable.

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Pastoral Operations Manager (Pilbara/MidWest WA)

Ashmulla Pastoral Company (an Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation Enterprise) operates three pastoral properties in Western Australia, being Peedamulla Station (near Onslow), Mt Divide Station (near Nullagine) and Karbar Station (near Cue). The vision for the Ashmulla enterprise is “Empowering Aboriginal people to independently operate Pastoral Stations, with highly skilled Aboriginal Management”. This is achieved through Training, Employment, direct or indirect property management assistance and development.

The Manager will visit each station to assess the current capacity of the staff and identify any risks to the organisation, providing possible solutions to these risks. Reviewing current management structures of the properties and making recommendations for improvement will be a responsibility. The Manager will relieve overseers as required, and inform them on environmental and natural resources issues that need to be complied with. Monitoring asset movements, NLIS integrity and exploring new options for commercial enterprise will also be part of the role.

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Feedlot Station Cook

Australian Country Choice (ACC), together with Australian Cattle and Beef Holdings (ACBH) is a 100% Australian owned and family operated industry leader, with operations throughout Queensland which encompass large scale cattle breeding, backgrounding, farming, feedlots and our state of the art meat processing and packaging facility.  Brindley Park Feedlot, is seeking a high performing station cook to plan and prepare quality, nutritious breakfasts & dinners for our onsite crew of around 25 people.

Reporting to the feedlot manager and working split shifts, the role involves: Menu planning; Budgets & stock ordering; Preparation & cooking of meals; Cleaning kitchen and common areas; Prepare and clean rooms for new staff; Coordinating rooms for new staff; Special catering for onsite meetings.  Along with demonstrated experience in a similar role and experience cooking for live-in groups, the ideal candidate will have loads of positive energy, enjoys helping out and loves being able to make a real difference to the crew by providing wholesome, satisfying, home style meals.

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Assistant Manager

Wingara Lamb is a family owned, progressive lamb finishing operation located in the Tamworth district of NSW turning over in excess of 15,000 lambs/year on pastures and crops and incorporating a purpose-built feedlot. We are inviting applications from an enthusiastic, experienced and hardworking assistant manager. Reporting to –  and working with –  the owner/manager, this is a busy, hands on role working with 3000 – 5000 cross bred lambs.

In order to succeed in this role, you will have:  Well-developed livestock husbandry and handling skills;  Good working dogs;  Sound mechanical skills and experience with farm machinery operation;  A clear understanding and experience of pasture improvements, spraying and cropping practices;  Experience in all aspects of general farm maintenance;  Strong leadership skills and the ability to manage, interact with and supervise farm contractors, advisors and casual employees;  The ability to maintain accurate records; Good communication skills.

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Livestock Manager

The Livestock Manager, reporting to the Feedlot Operations Manager,  will be
responsible for a team of up to 12 staff. The position will suit a motivated individual looking to join an enthusiastic, fast paced team and environment.

Key areas of responsibilities include:  Overall hands-on leadership of animal health and livestock processing teams; Maintain and continually improve site animal health and welfare; Ensuring animal health and performance targets are met; Maintaining high level of department WHS and QA practices;  Planning weekly internal and external stock movements; Liaising with external stakeholders; Inventory control and data management.  Preferred skills and experience include:  Minimum 2 years’ in the feedlot industry; Proven leadership skills and experience; Excellent communication skills and an ability to problem solve; Sound horsemanship experience and ability; Well established livestock handling skills; and Strong computer based experience.

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Helicopter Pilot / Station Hands

Hancock Agriculture, incorporating S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Services, is a world-class agribusiness with 29 properties across Australia spanning 10 million hectares. We are one of the country’s largest producers of beef with a herd of over 320,000.

We have two opportunities for experienced Helicopter Pilot/Station Hands to join our operations at Inverway and Riveren Stations in the Northern Territory.
Reporting to the Station Manager, your main responsibilities will include aerial stock mustering, checking of stock and facilities and flying company staff between properties. You will at all times adhere to regulatory requirements and the company’s safety and operational standards.

Click here for further information and application details.

2019 Agricultural Opportunities

 

Hancock Agriculture, incorporating S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Services, is a world-class agribusiness with 29 properties across Australia spanning 10 million hectares. We are one of the country’s largest producers of beef with a herd of over 320,000.

We have some exciting opportunities to join our station and farming operations in a variety of roles commencing in 2019.

Click here for a full list of positions available, contact for further information and application details.

Health Safety & Environment Coordinator

The role will focus on supporting the farms in administering and implementing WHS policies and procedures whilst supporting and promoting the effective management of WHS across the business.

Key responsibilities include:  Administer the WHS Guide and work with the organisation to manage business risks;  Monitor incidents and corrective actions;  Support Farm Managers in their management of safety on their sites;  Challenge non-conformance issues and resolve;  The calculations of WHS associated metrics to monitor our performance against industry
standards; Assisting in addressing actions identified in audits and other non-conformances as identified; Maintain training needs analysis, monitor training completion and assist with the development and delivery of training, including new starter inductions; Monitoring and maintaining all Contractors via Rapid Contractor Management system and Administer the Environmental Guidelines.

Click here for full position description.  Apply to robyn.heap@lawsongrains.com

Bore Runner / Bore Mechanic

Our business has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and highly motivated Bore Runner to join our team assisting in the management of our water resources for our beef cattle operation in the Gascoyne Junction / Pilbara Area, Western Australia.

Reporting to the Pastoral Operations Managers, responsibilities include – all aspects of bore running and maintenance, including maintaining and cleaning pumps (both solar and diesel as well as windmills), checking water points and maintain water distribution points. You may be required to complete some general station maintenance, however waters are the main priority.  Essential criteria include:  Current manual drivers licence; Previous experience in a similar role; Ability to co-ordinate a daily and weekly work schedule; and Ability to work both alone and as part of a team.  Knowledge of MS Programs (Word, Excel and Outlook) would be an advantage.

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Station Manager – Surat Basin QLD

This position of Station Manager offers an exciting opportunity to lead and direct livestock and breeding operations, be responsible for leading and developing people, planning and promoting systems, procedures and policies that enable safe achievement of performance objectives.  The successful candidate will be responsible for the strategic management of a farming operation in addition to the Station, in conjunction with the Farm Manager.

The successful applicant will have:  A commitment to the promotion of a positive health and safety culture; Extensive experience in intensive operational cattle management; Experience with breeding or stud management; Ability to manage and maximise performance from a diverse and inclusive team; Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; and Strong people management skills.

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Marketing Manager – Regional QLd

An exciting new opportunity is now available to play an integral role with a well-established, vertically integrated, private agribusiness. In this newly created role, you will lead the strategic marketing of their global branded beef products, working closely with management and the sales team to further develop and implement strategic marketing and branding messaging and activities. You will be the company’s “brand keeper”, ensuring a consistent corporate message is maintained across all the company’s activities.

We are keen to hear from you if you possess the following:  A proven background in brand marketing and strategic analysis; Experience working within a corporate environment, engaging with outside agencies and managing a marketing budget;
Strong systems process in capturing and measuring data to assist in determining results, brand value and future strategy; Cultural awareness of international markets and the development of tailored strategies; Agribusiness experience would be a significant benefit, along with tertiary qualifications.

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Director, Centre for Animal Science

The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) is a research institute of the University of Queensland, supported by the Queensland Government.  The role’s primary focus is the strategic direction of the Centre and the responsibilities include research leadership, guidance and stewardship of research theme leaders and working with the Institute Director and the other Centre Directors to establish strategic directions and priorities for the Institute as well as the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

This is an opportunity for an outstanding individual who will engage effectively beyond the Centre; within QAAFI, the University and with key stakeholders nationally and internationally. Effective engagement with Government bodies and Industry is essential.  You will have an international reputation in the field of animal science and demonstrated experience in a management role. An ability to secure funding in a University environment and/or the public or private sector is essential.

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Integrity Systems Operations Administrator – NVDs

We are seeking a Integrity Systems Operations Administrator – NVDs to join our Integrity System Company (ISC) business unit based in North Sydney. The ISC is responsible for the integration, expansion and enhancement of the meat and livestock integrity programs to improve the quality, efficiency and performance of the programs for the benefit of the industry.

As the ‘Product owner’ for the eNVD platform, you will manage the day-to-day administration, coordination and implementation of the NVD program as well as engaging with third-party software vendors to ensure the systems meet minimum standards and contribute positively to NVD program objectives. You will also drive the implementation of new user functionality and contribute to the management of ISC’s ISO Quality Management system and accreditation requirements

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Integrity Systems Operations Administrator – NLIS

We are seeking a Integrity Systems Operations Administrator – NLIS to join our Integrity System Company (ISC) business unit based in North Sydney. ISC is a fully-owned subsidiary of MLA which develops, delivers and administers meat and livestock integrity programs, including the development and delivery of information technology platforms, for the meat and livestock industry.

In this role you will specifically focus on the administration of the NLIS program, including driving NLIS system development priorities, and the implementation and management of new initiatives and program developments to maximise the value to industry as well as and contribute to the management of ISC’s ISO Quality Management system and accreditation requirements.

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Analyst

Our client, a highly successful agribusiness, is actively seeking an Analyst to join the team at their head office in Orange.  You will maintain quality control of production information including: Coordinating the collection of data from the key stakeholders, Evaluating data to identify areas of improvement and communicating the findings, Supporting Business Analysts during project tasks.

It is essential you have: Sound knowledge or exposure to the Agriculture industry with an understanding of farm management performances; Strong analytical skills; Effective communication skills with the ability to develop and maintain relationships; Positive can do attitude; Tertiary qualifications in Agriculture, Finance, Commerce or Economics would be considered advantageous.

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Livestock Analyst

As NAPCO’s Livestock Analyst you will be based in our Brisbane Office and assist all our Station Managers with a range of responsibilities.  Your extensive and diverse role will provide analytical, administrative and logistical support to the Management team undertaking projects relating to cattle inventory management and associated systems, legislative requirements, environmental and sustainability initiatives and overall business efficiency and profitability. The position will include station visits and other travel as required.

To be successful in this position you will have: An understanding of the extensive pastoral industry, the beef supply chain and key profit drivers; An understanding of the principles of property and environmental management; Familiarity with key legislative and other requirements.

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Feedlot Livestock Hand

Whyalla Beef Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of NH Foods Australia and consists of breeding, backgrounding and feeding of high quality beef cattle. Whyalla Feedlot, a 50 000 head capacity feedlot, is situated in the Southern Darling Downs region on the border of QLD and NSW near the town of Texas.

The successful candidate will be from a rural background with previous cattle handling experience. Various tasks will be completed daily -moving cattle both on foot and motorbike, cleaning water troughs, inducting, treating and drafting cattle. Working in a large team you will be exposed to all facets of a large scale feedlot livestock operation.

Please send applications including full resume and cover letter to: jstone@whyallabeef.com.au 

Leading Hand – Goonoo Farm

A fantastic opportunity exists to join our team at AACo’s Goonoo Farm as a Leading Hand.  Goonoo is a feedlot, backgrounding and farming property straddling the Comet River in Central Queensland. It is located 65km from Emerald, 20km south of Comet and 250km west of Rockhampton.

The Leading Hand reports to the Farm Manager and responsibilities include:  Organising day to day tasks and leading a team of farm hands; Experience in operating and maintaining a range of modern machinery;
Irrigating operations and water harvesting pumps; Maintain and repair farm buildings, infrastructure and equipment, maintaining a safe and hygienic work environment; Operation of computer programs and documentation; Problem solving and good communications; Assist Manager to lead and train station stock staff into an effective operational team; Ability to work alone as well as in a team environment; and Ensure the Farm meets the requirements of the company Quality Assurance program.

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Head Stockperson – Dunbar Station

The McDonald Family Holdings is seeking an experienced & self-motivated Head Stockperson for Dunbar Station in North QLD.

The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:  Sound knowledge & experience with cattle; Strong team leadership, communication skills & the ability to mentor junior staff; Sound record keeping skills; Competent motorbike & horsemanship skills; Basic mechanical knowledge & fencing skills; Take pride in their work & themselves.  Please note that no dogs are allowed.

Single & married air conditioned accommodation available.  Remuneration package on application.  We are also recruiting now for our 2019 Season for :
Experienced Stockman, Mechanic, Grader Operators, Station Cooking.
Please apply to jobs@mdh.net.au  Ph: (07) 4745 3434. Fax: (07) 4745 3513

National Sales Manager

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a truly global market leading multinational, specialising in the portfolio management, RD&E, sourcing and sales and distribution of pasture and crop inputs.  The National Sales Manager will have overall responsibility for commercial sales both domestically and for their export market P&L and will initiate, deploy and execute the long-term strategy while focussing on delivering agreed results.

Skills and attributes include:  A deep understanding of the supply/distributor relationship in Australian agribusiness as well as ideally, some experience working in export (agribusiness) markets; Proven track records of delivering results and managing a P&L in a fast-growing and/or expanding business; 10+ years sales & marketing experience in an agri related environment; Strength in interpersonal communications, negotiation and conflict resolution; Well-developed strategic thinking to execute organisational vision; and Tertiary qualification in an Agricultural/Business (or similar) related discipline.

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Caretaker/Maintenance/General Station Hand

Australian Country Choice (ACC), together with Australian Cattle and Beef Holdings (ACBH) has an opportunity for a highly experienced all rounder who is a reliable, self-starter.  Working autonomously with management and station staff support as part of the Brindley Park Property Group, the position is based at our Toarki property,  just 55 kilometers from Roma CBD. Reporting to the Manager, the Caretaker works unsupervised to ensure our livestock, property, water and fencing infrastructure is maintained to highest standards.

The successful applicant will have: Best practice cattle handling skills; High standards of animal care and welfare; Strong mechanical ability; Ability to operate rural plant & equipment; 100% commitment to working safely; Experience mustering on horseback and motorbike; Manual drivers licence (other licences?); and Basic computer literacy.

Click here for further information and apply now to join the ACC Group.

Lead Equine Instructor – Emerald

Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced equine practitioner to contribute to the future of Queensland’s Agricultural sector.  To be successful in this position you will have broad experience and contemporary expertise in working horses within an agricultural or related industry setting. Your skills will be integral in you taking a lead role within our equine program. You will demonstrate and build on your elite herd husbandry capabilities through the ongoing development of the QATC equine resources.

You will be comfortable in delivering training across multiple disciplines, developing curriculum and associated functions. Your contribution to education and training will see you undertake a variety of duties involving instructional delivery and student assessment combined with the operational activities, including farrier work.

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Instructor (Livestock) – Emerald

Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced Instructor (Livestock) to contribute to the future of Queensland’s Agricultural sector.  To be successful in this position you will be excited to drive and build new business focusing on schools, VETis, User Choice and Fee for Service. Your skills and experience in the livestock industry will contribute to the provision of high quality instruction delivery and assessment, including appropriate classroom activities.

You will be comfortable managing multiple tasks and participating in a multi-skilled team that embraces diversity, WH&S and capability to enhance organisational well-being and drive a culture of collaboration and innovation.

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Feed Team Member

Central Agri Group owns and operates several state of the art Small and Large stock processing facilities, Cattle feedlots, Cattle breeding and Backgrounding properties in Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. We are seeking to appoint a motivated and energetic new member to join our experienced feedlot feeding team.  Our property is located 170km north of Perth in Cataby, Western Australia, and we have the capacity to lot feed and background 13,000hd of Cattle year-round.

The successful applicant will report to the Feedlot Supervisor.  Duties will include: Day to day feeding of cattle;  Operating tractors and telehandlers;  Milling/commodity handling;  Ensuring animal health and checking cattle behavior daily;  Checking/maintaining cattle water troughs;  Pen Maintenance.  Essential requirements for the position:   Tractor/telehandler experience (Preferred);  Understanding of feedlot operation;  Ability to work closely as part of a small team;  Excellent organisational and communication skills (both written and verbal);  Proficient computer and record keeping skills with an attention to detail.

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Livestock Admin Assistant

Central Agri Group owns and operates several state of the art Small and Large stock processing facilities, Cattle feedlots, Cattle breeding and Backgrounding properties in Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.  We are seeking to appoint a highly dedicated, experienced Livestock Administration Assistant to contribute to our growing national business.  Central Agri Group’s Joanna Plains Feedlot & Marianna’s Backgrounding properties span across 9,000ha and are Export, MSA and NFAS accredited. Our property is located 170km north of Perth in Cataby, Western Australia, and we have the capacity to lot feed and background 13,000hd of Cattle year-round.

As the Livestock Administration Assistant, you will be responsible for all administrative requirements involved within our cattle operations, from data entry of cattle sales and purchases, to the inventory management of stock movements, feed products and production. Whilst maintaining and reviewing company policies to ensure our compliance with industry best practice and standards in a large feedlot and backgrounding environment.

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Livestock Supervisor

Central Agri Group owns and operates several state of the art Small and Large stock processing facilities, Cattle feedlots, Cattle breeding and Backgrounding properties in Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.  We are seeking to appoint a highly dedicated, experienced and energetic Livestock supervisor to contribute to our growing national business. The Livestock Supervisor will have extensive knowledge and experience in the management of day to day livestock operation in a large feedlot and backgrounding environment.

Central Agri Group’s Joanna Plains Feedlot & Marianna’s backgrounding properties span across 9,000ha and are Export, MSA and NFAS accredited. Our property is located 170km north of Perth in Cataby, Western Australia, and we have the capacity to lot feed and background 13,000hd of Cattle year-round.  The Livestock Supervisor will report to the Feedlot Operations Manager and Western Australian General Manager.

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Mechanic – WA

Pardoo Beef Corporation (PBC) is looking for an experienced mechanic who can manage the workshop as well as “out in the field” repairs on Pardoo Station, which is located on the coast about 1.5 hours from Port Hedland, WA.  PBC is an irrigated agriculture project that encompasses breeding and fattening of Wagyu cattle, an extensive crop program and pastoral operations.

The mechanic position is an extremely varied role, so we are looking for someone who is an energetic self-starter. Duties will include the service and repair of a large fleet of vehicles and machinery: Light vehicles, trucks and trailers, tractors, farm machinery, generators, earthmoving equipment (grader, dozer, excavator, loader, dump truck), water bores, telehandlers, etc.

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National Operations Manager

Our client is a well-established agribusiness with supply chain assets and customers nationally. As their business continues to invest in operational supply chain assets to maximise their market reach and product differentiation in the market, they are looking for an operationally-focussed leader to join their executive team nationally, based in Toowoomba.

Following a recent review and restructure that has positioned the business for future growth, our client is now seeking to fill the position of National Operations/Supply Chain Manager. Overall responsibilities will include warehousing, distribution & manufacturing across all business operations to ensure industry best practice in relation to cost, accuracy, customer service and safety. Sitting on the executive team, this role will also need to examine existing processes and procedures and implement opportunities for streamlining activities to meet key product distribution needs.

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Territory Manager – Syngenta

Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Due to an internal promotion, Syngenta now has a vacancy for a Territory Sales Manager who will represent the company and its strong range of R&D based crop protection products. You will implement company and regional-specific sales and marketing strategies with their rural retail business partners in Mallee/Sunraysia territory, with strong internal support. This region is defined by its strong broadacre cropping segments but also is exposed to a growing horticultural (tree crop and vines) segment.

Ideally you will have a commercial sales background in agribusiness, ideally in broadacre and have  tertiary qualifications in agriculture. A sound track record in sales will be well regarded however if you have the technical product knowledge and other relevant experience and are looking for a role in sales, you are encouraged to apply. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work autonomously while still being an active and constructive member of a strong, focused team, will be critical to your success.

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Overseer position – farming & cattle

Tonkin Farming has a position available as an overseer on its farms near Mungindi, southern Queensland.

The successful applicant would have a strong knowledge of modern farming practises and machinery as well as a sound cattle background.

You would be required to operate and service machinery as well as supervise others.

You would be involved in all aspects of Tonkin Farming operations which include a 2000 head licensed  feedlot  currently under construction, as well as continual farm development.

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Branch manager – rural services

Our client is a leader in providing rural services and retail supplies to the agricultural farming sector.

Reporting to the group managing director, there is now a requirement for a Branch Manager to lead the rural merchandise business based in Mildura. This involves supplying a wide range of farm inputs including crop protection, fertiliser, animal health and general merchandise to clients.

In this diverse role you will enjoy being responsible for:

  • Leading, mentoring and empowering the branch staff
  • Driving sales, profitability and market share
  • Focusing on managing client relationships and customer/ employee satisfaction
  • Execution of the business procurement strategy, managing and controlling inventory

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Boning room or slaughter floor production supervisor

Kilcoy Pastoral Co is seeking an experienced hands-on, boning room or slaughter floor production supervisor with solid people skills and leadership experience to join our growing team. The successful candidates’ main responsibility would be to oversee and manage the production process in a designated production area, ensuring customer specifications are met, whilst safely leading production staff to achieve optimum yields, cost & productivity effectiveness.

Candidates will need:

  • 3-5 years production management experience, preferably supported by previous hands-on floor level experience.
  • Previous experience in a similar role within a manufacturing environment.
  • People management, development and influence that will support and lead a growing production team to deliver to expected outcomes within a changing environment
  • Strong knowledge and leadership of OHS requirements, HACCAP and QA procedures

For full job description and application details, click here.

Stud Manager

Our client operates a large property in the northern part of Tasmania. The property has benefited from a significant repair and reconstruction investment with plans to build up the livestock capacity in a commercially viable and environmentally focused way. One of the new commercial ventures will be the planning and development of a large pure breed cattle stud.

A Stud Manager is now required to work with the environmental and farming support team to oversee the development of the commercial herd and modern stud facilities. The Stud Manager will be responsible for the day to day running of the stud including breeding programs, managing staff, care and welfare of the livestock, all aspects of health and safety and dealing with clients.

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Supply Chain Relationship Manager – Paraway

Paraway Pastoral Co is Australia’s largest diversified farmland-based business, with $A1.25bn of assets under management. The portfolio is spread from Burketown in North QLD to Ballarat in Victoria and runs over 4 million ha of land across 27 aggregations of diversified climatic zones and country types.

The Supply Chain Relationship Manager’s primary function is to improve the engagement with Paraway’s key suppliers and customers to position themselves as a differentiated and preferred business partner. The role will strive to gain a greater understanding of the customers’ businesses and their different value chains and unique specifications. In addition, the position will also develop a deep understanding of all inventory and pathways to market through a clear sales planning process, linking customers to the production base.

This position requires an agribusiness professional who genuinely strives to increase performance as a supplier, and understands the value of being part of customer long term, high value chains.

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Saleyards Manager

Our client is a regional Shire Council, situated in the Central West area of New South Wales, which owns and operates a recently upgraded state-of-the-art livestock exchange facility and saleyards operation that is predominantly focused on the sale of cattle, sheep and pigs. This facility is one of the largest and most modern in the State, with further significant capital upgrades planned over the next few years.

The manager will be responsible for the overall management and saleyards operations of the livestock exchange facility, and will be responsible for the engagement of all key stakeholders, maintenance, supply chain management and the oversight of the ongoing infrastructure upgrades. The role is complex and will require a person with a unique skill set of economic, financial and business acumen combined with high-level and demonstrated operational and stakeholder management skills and experience. The role will also have oversight in the expansion, business development and economic development of the Livestock Exchange into the future.

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Head Stock Person – Beef Cattle Feedlot

Head Stock Person position for Beef Cattle Feedlot available.

Tallawanta Feedlot is based near Garah NSW, 60km outside of Moree.
Responsibilities include:

  • Pen Riding
  • Arrivals and Dispatch
  • Induction, all aspects of cattle handling
  • Experience with computer record keeping program eg.Stockaid etc. an advantage.
  • As head stock person you will need to have good leadership and communication skills and be a team player.
  • Must have your own horses.

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Farmhand – Southwest QLD

We have a position available for a self-motivated person to assist with general property maintenance, stock work, pasture management, record keeping, as well as assisting with property development.  There is potential for the role to progress to a Management position.

Our properties are located in the Augathella and Morven districts, which are  friendly, country communities with various local social events throughout the year including country races, rodeos, polocrosse, football, triathlon. We breed and finish Angus composite cattle for the organic and EU markets as well as Seedstock.  We hold an on farm bull sale which is alternated with another family property.

Willingness to assist or learn tasks involved with the running and development of an organic beef cattle and seedstock business including handling stock using Low Stress Stockhandling principles; general property maintenance, waters, fences, machinery; Familiar with or willing to learn stock recording software and pasture management Apps; Plant maintenance.

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General Manager- Stockfeed

Our client based in Atherton, North  Queensland and owned by local shareholders, is a well established and profitable stockfeed manufacturer with a stable customer base. The company provides a diverse range of high quality livestock feed to the beef, dairy, horse, poultry and pig sectors.

A vacancy has arisen for a General Manager to lead a team of around 16 and manage the business. The position will report to The Board.

Responsibilities include leading and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the business including raw material procurement, stock management, production and customer service; and managing relationships with key stakeholders of the business including shareholders, customers, suppliers and employees.

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Communications Officer – Integrity Systems Company

With potential to be based out of North Sydney, Brisbane or Armidale, MLA is seeking a Communications Officer to join its Integrity Systems Company (ISC) on a full-time basis to support and contribute to the development and implementation of a range of communications materials for key red meat integrity programs.

The role will focus on delivery of industry’s on-farm assurance and through-chain traceability systems to protect the disease-free status of the Australian red meat industry and underpin the marketing of Australian product as clean, safe and natural.

Applications close 4 November 2018

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Assistant manager – Armidale region

A full-time position is available for an Assistant Manager on a sheep and cattle property near Armidale, NSW.

The applicant must be confident and experienced in livestock handling and management of sheep and cattle, knowledge of fodder cropping and pasture production and management is an advantage. The successful applicant must be able to work with others, ride motorbikes confidently, operate a tractor and have mechanical knowledge. Fencing, yard building, general farm & vehicle maintenance will be required. You must have a current driver’s license and own vehicle. Good working dogs are required.
Enterprises include Cows & Calves and feeder steers, Prime Lambs, Poll Dorset Ram Stud and First-cross Ewe production.

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Senior Livestock Market Analyst

Based in North Sydney, we are seeking a Senior Livestock Market Analyst to join our Communications, Marketing and Industry Insights business unit on a full time basis.

The role involves providing the industry, and other MLA business units, with statistical and analytical insights for the Australian red meat and livestock industry, with an emphasis on accuracy, timeliness and accessibility. This includes, but is not limited to, cattle and sheep industry projections, market news articles, stakeholder presentations and responding to ad-hoc requests. The Senior Livestock Market Analyst will lead the development of ‘next-generation’ producer-facing insights designed to assist with short to mid-term business decisions and transparency. A key component of the role will be to manage and develop junior analysts.

Applications close 26 October 2018

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Assistant Manager – Roebuck Export Depot, WA

ILC Agribusiness is a specialised unit of the Indigenous Land Corporation that focuses on the development and management of commercial agribusiness investments on Indigenous land, in partnership with Indigenous people.

ILC’s Roebuck Export Depot (RED) is a live cattle export depot located in North-Western WA 30km east of Broome. RED is responsible for preparing cattle for live export as well as handling domestic transit cattle.

RED is seeking a highly motivated individual to take on the role of Assistant Manager reporting directly to the Depot Manager. The successful applicant will be responsible for overseeing all activities in RED including loading and unloading road trains, all facets of cattle work including weighing, drafting, dipping and feeding cattle. Other duties will include creating NLIS scan lists using Microsoft Excel to accompany export shipments of cattle, the invoicing of fees for cattle in the yards and completing NLIS transfers.

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Manager – Kenny’s Creek Angus, Boorowa

We are seeking a practical, experienced person with a commitment to the livestock industry to manage the property “Hillgrove”, Boorowa.

“Hillgrove” is the home to Kenny’s Creek Angus stud and encompasses a mixed farming enterprise with the genetic operation at its centre.  The position involves joining a progressive management team with commercial operations across the Boorowa/Cowra region, Far North QLD and a red meat export enterprise covering lamb and beef.

A more detailed description of our operations can be found on kennyscreek.com.au.

Interest can be expressed to The Principal – info@kennyscreek.com.au

Operations manager – live export depot

Coomalie Holding Depot is a Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Registered Premises for preparation of live animal export. The quarantine facility is located within an hour of Darwin. The Operations Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the depot including:

  • Liaison with the live exporter and overseas clients to ensure importing country requirements are met
  • Compliance of the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS) related procedures and documentation
  • Adherence to The Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) 2011 and Export Control (Animals) Orders
  • Receiving cattle including pen management, ordering of commodities, processing cattle to export requirements

Previous experience and expertise in a similar role will be highly regarded. A competitive remuneration package available.

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Land Services Officer, Sustainable Agriculture

This role delivers front-line extension services to farmers and farming groups to provide support, advice and best practice examples to increase productivity, profitability and sustainability of farms in the NSW Northern Tablelands region.

Delivery of livestock management extension services will be a key component of the role, working closely with organisations such as DPI to provide up to date technical advice and support to farmers. The role will involve working with local producer groups and delivering field days, workshops and other extension activities on locally relevant topics like livestock management, drought preparedness and sustainable agriculture management.

Essential requirements include knowledge and understanding of agricultural, livestock management, natural resource management, biosecurity and emergency management issues.

Closing date Wednesday 24 October 2018.

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Skin Grader, Slaughterman and Knife Hand positions

These positions will suit someone looking for long-term employment with a progressive, busy and rapidly growing company. Our facility offers safe and environmentally friendly working practices, scheduled full-time hours and a great support network of managers and supervisors.

Responsibilities as Skin Grader: Transferring skins from salting to grading table; Measuring size length of skin on graduated grading board; Separating skins according to size.

The right applicants will meet the following requirements:

  • Experience in skin grading
  • Fork-lift license preferred
  • Experience within the meat industry utilising knife skills
  • Ability to work autonomously and in a team
  • Adhere to safe work practices
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

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Slaughtermen/boners/production supervisors

Western Meat Exporters is a large goat and sheep processing plant in Charleville, QLD, exporting goat and sheep products worldwide. The company currently has positions available for qualified Slaughterman/boners/production supervisors.

Full time positions – 38 hours per week Monday to Friday (Overtime and Saturday work only as operationally required).

Skills and experience preferred in the following areas:

  • Mintrac AQF Certificate III in Meat Processing – slaughtering or boning
  • Minimum 3 years experience within the meat industry utilising knife skills
  • Possess or willing to obtain Q Fever vaccination
  • Reliable, committed, punctual, willing to learn and a positive attitude

Salary is above the Meat Industry 2010 Award (Overtime is paid in addition to salary)

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Chief Financial Officer

AuctionsPlus is Australia’s most trusted livestock marketplace. Connecting and empowering buyers and sellers nationally through simple technology and objective livestock measurement.  The CFO will work closely with the CEO and Board, to play a central role in shaping the business plan and growth strategy and be instrumental executing it.

The CFO will be responsible for building a best-in-class finance function and will bring industry-leading strategic thinking and financial expertise to the business. The CFO will act as a catalyst for change, be an educator and empower employees to operate commercially, identifying business improvement opportunities and driving them through successfully.   A key focus will be on building a strong, sustainable organisation (incl. standard and scalable processes), which includes deep bench strength. In addition, this position will have solid business judgment, strong controllership focus, analytical strength and the capability to drive a fast-paced organisation to the right results with a focused and pragmatic approach to the business.

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Brand Manager

AuctionsPlus is Australia’s most trusted livestock marketplace. Connecting and empowering buyers and sellers nationally through simple technology and objective livestock measurement. Responsible for leveraging and renovating our existing brand and positioning it in both the Australian and international markets, the Brand Manager will be a strategic marketer, brand manager, and chief storyteller.

As a two-sided marketplace with a diverse range of users, it’s important that the Brand Manager has a clear understanding of the different users we serve and how to position the brand to acquire them in tandem and at scale.  You will be data driven by nature and accountable for setting and managing the marketing budget. You treat marketing as an investment in our growth and can accurately and confidently forecast Customer Acquisition Costs and ROI.
From a blank canvas you will have full autonomy to design and build a high functioning and scalable marketing engine.

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Livestock Assistant – Cattle

  • Angus Stud – Industry Best Practice
  • Great Mid north coast location
  • On-farm accommodation available

Our client operates a prestigious Angus Stud in the pristine Bellingen Valley. Speckle Park genetics has also recently been introduced into the breeding program.

An intelligent and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about developing industry Best Practice in genetics, husbandry, nutrition and pasture management is required to assist the Stud Manager.

This position will suit a graduate in animal science or agriculture with 2-5 years experience in beef cattle husbandry. Excellent opportunity to work with an experienced beef stud Farm Manager and be involved in the preparation of stud cattle for the show circuit.

The property is located adjacent to the Dorrigo National Park and on the Promised Land and Sweetwater Creeks which creates a picturesque setting and a limitless natural water supply. The farm contains untouched rainforest including areas fenced and managed as native birdlife sanctuaries.

The property is fully established with fenced laneways and cattle handling facilities and a foundation stud herd. This small farm has all the equipment and resources necessary to operate a successful grazing property and its breeding program incorporates artificial insemination and embryo transfer. The farmhouse provided is 15 minutes from the Bellingen township and 25 minutes from the surf.

To apply send your resume to resume@agri.com.au or for further information call Brett Price on 02 9223 9944.

Assistant Station Manager

Our business has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and highly motivated Assistant Station Manager to join our team assisting in the management of a large breeding operation in the Georgetown region, Queensland.  Reporting to the Station Manager, the candidate will be responsible for assisting with the day to day operational management of the property to achieve maximum sustainable production and profitability.

To be successful in this position, the candidate will need to demonstrate the following –  a minimum of 2 years in a similar position (will be advantageous);  be a self-starter with ability to work to deadlines and have strong organisational capability; a sound knowledge of general property and plant maintenance.  A genuine interest in livestock welfare and animal performance along with low stress handling skills will also be essential.

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Regional Manager – North East QLD

The Regional Manager – North East Queensland services members across an extensive area north of Mackay and west to Burketown. The role of a Regional Manager is to promote AgForce, support the Regional Chair and Executive, service existing members and recruit new members in the region, provide extension services and work closely with relevant management to address general and policy issues affecting your region.

Key Duties and Responsibilities include:   Coordinate and support a range of activities, including regional meetings and conferences, branch meetings, property visits and ministerial tours; Develop relationships and liaise with Government and other agencies, including industry groups, small business, Local Government, community organisations, local media and the general public; Close interaction with media, communications and policy teams, as well as members and stakeholders.

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Machinery Operator / Cropping Overseer

Warrambeen’ is a family owned, 4000ha farm of flat to gently undulating land located on the Golden Plains, 1 ½ hours west of Melbourne. The property is a mixed sheep and cropping business and currently cropping 1140 ha of Wheat, Canola and Faba Beans. The sheep enterprise consists of 19,000 dse, modern, dual purpose merino breeding ewes mated to both merino and terminal sires some merino wethers, and associated young stock depending on the season.  As part of ongoing farm development, permanent pastures and annual fodder crops a further 600 ha are sown annually.

Reporting to the farm manager you will be responsible for all crop and pasture activities being executed in a timely manner, appropriate recording of cropping activities and plant and machinery maintained to a high standard. The position requires competent operation of modern cropping machinery and a large amount of flexibility in work hours to get tasks completed when seasonal conditions are right. A high level of attention to detail, and motivation to achieve the production goals set for the property are also critical.

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Experienced Boner, Slicer, Slaughterman, Knife Hand

Bindaree Beef presents an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic, experienced boners or slaughtermen to join our reputable meat processing company. We offer temporary to permanent opportunities with competitive wages and immediate start in a progressive company that is seeking to expand. Located in Inverell NSW, our facility offers safe and environmentally friendly working practices, opportunities for further training and a great support network of managers and supervisors.

We are seeking applicants with experience in Boning, Slicing, Slaughtering or knife-hand skills. Career advancement and progression opportunities are available for motivated candidates The right applicants will meet the following requirements: experience within the meat industry utilising knife skills; have their Q fever vaccination or be willing to obtain; reliable, committed, punctual, willing to learn and a positive attitude.

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Head Stockperson – Napier Downs WA

Napier Downs is 400,000-hectare cattle station 130 km west of Derby. It has first class working and accommodation facilities. This position would suit a head stockperson with good communication & leadership skills, strong horse and cattle handling skills as well as general station experience. A remuneration package will be negotiated dependent upon experience

This position would suit a person who already has good cattle industry experience, who likes working with people, and who wishes to continue to develop their experience. Family and single accommodation available.

Please apply to Anna Brown Recruitment anna@annabrown.com.au , for more information: 0427 644 527

Overseer – Roma, QLD

Winnathoola Pastoral Co has a position available within its progressive mixed cattle and farming business near Roma, QLD.  The position would suit an energetic person willing to embrace the business and contribute to its further development. Modern 4 bedroom a/c house close to school bus. No working dogs.

The successful applicant will be responsible for:  The daily operations of the business, with the ability to work independently as well as cohesively with others; LSS handling of cattle; Maintenance & operation of modern machinery;  Ongoing property development; Sound record keeping with an emphasis on attention to detail.

Please email enquiries or resume to wpc@winnathoola.com.au 

Seasonal Recruitment 2019

AACo has been crafting the magic of Australian Beef for almost 200 years; and now we’re looking for new talent to join us in our craft.  We’re seeking people to join our crew from February 2019.  From Darwin to Dalby, we’ve got sensational opportunities for people willing to be a part of something (really) big, learn a whole lot, and have a ton of fun along the way.

As one of our crew, no two days are the same: from mustering on horseback or motorbike, drafting or trucking cattle, to caring for our herd. Whatever you’re doing you’ll learn something new from some of the best and brightest in the business – every day.  We provide sensational training and developmental opportunities, starting with a week of training in late February for all new starters. We believe in supporting our people to thrive and grow both professionally and personally. With AACo you’re with a company that values its people, their safety, and the land!

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Senior Manager – NVT

GRDC is changing to meet the evolving needs of grain growers with a vision to be regarded as the grower’s “R&D department”. The National Variety Trials (NVT) are one of GRDC’s most visible and valuable RD&E initiatives. The NVT aims to create profitability for Australian grain growers by providing robust crop variety performance information directly to growers through national trial networks and variety-specific agronomic activities. The Senior Manager NVT is responsible for the management and oversight of the GRDC National Variety Trials program and associated initiatives.

The position also provides expert advice to the GRDC Executive Committee with respect to the operation of the NVT program, stakeholder relationships, appropriate technical responses to regional requirements; and fulfilling GRDC’s corporate objectives regarding investing in RD&E to create lasting profitability for Australian grain growers.

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Gardener / Caretaker – NSW

This is an opportunity for an experienced Gardener / Caretaker to look after two esteemed homesteads & their surrounding infrastructures in the beautiful South West slopes of NSW.  This farming property is in close proximity to Canberra – about 1.5 hour’s drive and only 10 minutes to town.

Key responsibilities include:  Gardening of up to 3-acres of established gardens;  Weed spraying; Handyman duties; Property maintenance as required;
Other ad-hoc duties including swimming pool maintenance and looking after companion animals (birds, chooks, dogs).  You will have relevant experience and be mechanically minded and experienced in operation of chainsaws, ride on mowers, gardening equipment and power tools, and have the initiative to complete works autonomously.  The successful candidate and their partner will need to be good communicators who are open to help in all aspects of the working farm if required, in a professional manner.

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Fixed Wing Pilot / Station Hand

S. Kidman & Co, Australia’s most respected and successful beef producer, has an exciting opportunity for a Fixed-Wing Pilot to join our team at Helen Springs Station, situated in the Northern Territory, approximately 140km north of Tennant Creek.

Reporting to the Station Manager, your main responsibilities include low-level aerial stock mustering operations, checking of stock and facilities and flying company personnel between properties.  When not engaged in aerial operations, you will be required to undertake Station Hand duties and assist with general day to day station activities including working with livestock.

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Pastoral Development Officer – Alice Springs

This position assists Aboriginal people to carry out sustainable pastoral activities on their land through the provision of planning, development and management support in designated CLC sub-regions. The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications and/or competency certificates in rural science, rural business development or related disciplines, preferably with extensive practical experience in the pastoral industry.

The candidate should have good interpersonal skills and an aptitude for active community engagement in a relevant context. The candidate will have proven capacity for budgeting and accurate record keeping of expenditure and related outcomes.

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Farm Hand

Our company is looking for a proactive and driven person with a passion for beef farming to join our team on our property in the Armidale/New England area of NSW.  In this position, the successful candidate will be involved in the day to day operational aspects of stock and pastoral management, assisting the farm overseer and other members of the team.  The key objective being to maximise the productivity and profitability of the cattle on the property, without compromising plant condition, stock welfare or other staff.

Applicants must: have cattle knowledge and experience; be able to operate basic farm machinery; carry out fencing and perform general property maintenance; be willing to work independently as well as part of a team; comply to WH&S policies and follow all animal welfare and husbandry standards; be well acquainted with seasonal feed requirements of the key classes of stock in terms of the animal health requirements and the ever-changing feeding priorities.

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Machinery Operator/Farm Hand

Our company is looking for an experienced, proactive and driven person to join our team on our property in the Armidale/New England area of NSW.  In this varied position, the successful candidate will be involved in the operation of machinery in a number of different facets of our cattle farming business.

The machinery operation will largely consist of operating a bulldozer (min.size D6). However, they will also be required to operate other machinery including grader, tractor, boom spray and planting equipment. Operations must be conducted in a safe and responsible manner and some knowledge of machinery maintenance is preferred. Other aspects of this role will include, but not limited to; fencing, movement of cattle and other general farm hand duties.

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Meat Process Workers

Central Agri Group CAG) is a unique national business, strategically located across three Australian states. CAG owns and operates several state of the art Small and Large stock processing facilities, cattle feedlots, cattle breeding and
backgrounding properties in Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.  We are seeking to employ meat process workers, specifically boners and slicers at our operations in Esperance WA, and Coolaroo & Trafalgar VIC.

Duties will include: Lamb, Mutton & Beef – Boning, Slicing, Slaughtering; General Labouring (skilled and non-skilled workers); Essential requirements for the position: Boning, Slaughtering & Slicing skills/experience;  Knife skills and/or food processing experience;  A forklift licence would be an advantage but not essential; Physical fitness, reliability & a willingness to learn.

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Experienced Boners, Slicers and Slaughter Workers – Greenham Gippsland

Our Gippsland (Moe) plant requires experienced FULL-TIME boners, slicers & slaughter people for immediate start for Monday to Friday positions.  Greenham Gippsland is a 100% Australian family owned business. The plant has recently been renovated and is expanding production in new and modern facilities. It’s an exciting time for new jobs in the region and the company is secure and stable.

Meat processing is strenuous work and requires physical fitness and strength. Applicants will have to undergo a medical examination and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.  Employees are provided with uniforms and appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Greenham offers excellent wages and conditions. Get on board today!

Applications can be obtained from our office – Phone 03 5127 4000 and ask for Belinda Taylor or fill out an application on the website https://bit.ly/2K9dx3u.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Experienced Boners, Slicers, Slaughtermen

Our Gippsland (Moe) plant requires experienced FULL-TIME boners, slicers & slaughtermen for immediate start for Monday to Friday positions.  Greenham Gippsland is a 100% Australian family owned business. The plant has recently been re-opened and is expanding production in new and modern facilities. It’s an exciting time for new jobs in the region and the company is secure and stable.

Meat processing is strenuous work and requires physical fitness and strength. Applicants will have to undergo a medical examination and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.  Employees are provided with uniforms and appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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Meat Inspectors / AAOs

Meat Inspectors P/L was Australia’s First Federal Government Approved as an Independent Quality Inspection Company, and our team annually inspects 2.3 million head of cattle, 5.9 million lamb and sheep meat, 780,000 goats, approximately 8,000 field Kangaroos, 57,200 farmed rabbits and deer from time to time. We offer ongoing training and development, a permanent role, career advancement in agriculture and food manufacturing.
Requirements of the role include: Certificate 3 in Meat Processing (Meat Safety) or Certificate 4 in Meat Processing (Meat Safety) / or be eligible to enrol into a Cert 4 Training program; Be able to work within a team or individual environment with reporting protocols.  The positions are located in Brisbane (3), Adelaide (1), Regional Victoria (2) and Tamworth (1).

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Boners, slicers, butchers

JBS Dinmore is Hiring NOW! Our Dinmore plant, located near Ipswich is currently seeking Labourers, Boners, Slicers and Butchers.

This is a great opportunity to enter a career at the ground floor with endless opportunity; it’s up to you how far you go. This a great chance to earn good money. Join this dynamic, safety conscious, energetic team and make your 2018 a year to remember.

Interested? Resumes should be forwarded to: EmploymentDinmore@jbssa.com.au or drop it off at the guard house.

Meat Process Workers

Thomas Foods International, located at Murray Bridge SA, is one of Australia’s premium meat processing companies.  We are currently looking for beef/lamb/mutton Boners, Slicers, and Slaughterers and general labourers (skilled & non-skilled workers).

The key skills required for these roles include boning, slicing, slaughtering, and live stock handling – a forklift licence would be an advantange but not essential.  We offer comprehensive on the job training and  traineeship programs and this is an opportunity if you are looking for a well-rewarded career.

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