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Supervisor, Early Weaning Program – Newcastle Waters

Located in the Barkly region of the Northern Territory, Newcastle Waters covers 10,353 square km and runs up to 60,000 head of cattle including 20,000 commercial Brahman breeders.

As Supervisor of the early weaning program you will be involved in all aspects of yard work including general cattle handling and cattle induction procedures and leading a team of two staff and up to ten. You will tail weaners on a horse or bike and pen ride along with being responsible for all paperwork and traceability associated with the receiving, loading and processing of cattle. You will keep all computer records up to date. Daily feeds will require you to operate a tractor and feed wagon and you will need the ability to operate and maintain basic plant and equipment. You will be familiar with animal welfare practices and be responsible for the health and welfare of cattle and horses. We require a high level of competency in all tasks reasonably required of a Supervisor. This is a Career Opportunity.

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Manager DRJ Tasmania

D.R. Johnston, a division of JBS Australia is Australia’s largest and most successful meat wholesaler, and there is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Butcher and Meat Trader to join our Launceston operation. Reporting to the General Manager, this position will focus on the overall management of our Wholesale Depot located at Legana and our Butcher shop located at Longford.

Responsibilities include:  Lead, drive and motivate the sales and butcher shop team; Actively identify new business opportunities; Drive continuous improvement initiatives through the operation; Oversee the organisation of freight/transport; Sales and purchasing of stock. Selection criteria include:  Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Organisational and time management abilities; Extensive experience in the meat industry preferably in a management position; Business development experience; Excellent sales negotiation and customer service skills.

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Chief Executive Officer – Regional VIC

Birchip Cropping Group (BCG) is a not-for-profit agricultural and extension organisation led by farmers from the Mallee and Wimmera regions of Victoria. BCG’s mission is to improve the prosperity of Australia’s broadacre farmers through applied science-based research and extension. The next five years will potentially see significant change in industry structures, farming practices and the use of new technologies.  In line with this changing landscape, BCG is now seeking a new CEO to provide proven leadership to the organisation in an environment of change where strategic thinking, industry engagement and business acumen will be critical.

Reporting to the Board, responsibilities for the CEO will include:  Proven background and experience in senior level business and operational management; An ability to attract and manage new project revenue; High level strategic skills; Strong visionary, leadership and communication skills; A commitment to the concept of farmer-driven scientific research with a commitment to agriculture RD&E.   Tertiary qualifications in an agricultural related discipline with post graduate qualifications would be highly regarded.

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Territory Manager, Wagga – Gallagher

If you enjoy dealing with livestock producers, have a strong understanding of retail and have the energy and drive to make things happen, then this is your opportunity to shine. For Over 80 years, Gallagher has been the market leader in animal management and is recognised as the pre-eminent brand and innovator within the electric fence, and weigh/EID space. Due to the Internal transfer of the existing Territory Manager, this role will oversee as well as increase and drive new sales with rural retail partners through managing key account relationships.

To be successful in this role, an appreciation of livestock production and previous sales management experience will be critical to your success. You will have strong communication and time management skills, be comfortable with technology and have a drive to succeed. Ideally this role will be located in Wagga however there is some flexibility around location of this position and the successful candidate will need to work autonomously and have a willingness to travel.

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Production Supervisor

Located approximately 5kms from Inverell NSW, Bindaree Beef Group (BBG) is an integrated branded supply chain meat business delivering global meat solutions, and we currently have an opportunity for an enthusiastic and experienced Production Supervisor. The successful candidate will primarily be responsible in managing on a day to day basis at an operational level through delivering a safe, compliant and sustainable business that contributes to the achievements of the overall operation objectives.

Your responsibilities will include,  but not be limited to: Ensuring a proactive and consistent approach to all matters relating to WH&S; High degree of compliance from both a people and food safety perspective at all times; Monitor employee productivity and provide constructive feedback and coaching; Drive daily KPI and production targets; Support return to work programs; Report critical issues for operations and provide advice on options. Essential qualifications include:  Previous experience in a similar role, within a meat processing plant; Sound technical knowledge of meat processing, product presentation and extensive food safety knowledge; Have strong written and verbal communication skills.

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Business Analyst

Located approximately 5kms from Inverell NSW, Bindaree Beef Group (BBG) is an integrated branded supply chain meat business delivering global meat solutions, and we currently have an opportunity within our Finance team for an enthusiastic and proactive Business Analyst. The successful candidate will report directly to the Planning and Analytics Manager and will provide detailed reporting, analytics and insights across the livestock and operational departments.

Your responsibilities will include,  but not be limited to: Accurately providing analysis and reports about overall commercial, operational and financial performance; Seamlessly integrate with Livestock schedule to Production schedule through the value chain; Developing a suite of KPI’s across the supply chain; Coordinate Operational team; meeting agenda, minutes, information pack; Develop solutions to assist with achieving BBG strategy.  Essential requirements include:  Tertiary qualifications in business or commerce, agricultural economics, agricultural science, animal science or associated disciplines, with a general understanding of agricultural systems preferred; The ability to organise, multi-task, prioritise and work under pressure is imperative, along with the ability to be resourceful and proactive in dealing with issues that may arise.

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Territory Manager – Regional NSW

If you enjoy dealing with livestock producers, have a strong understanding of retail and have the energy and drive to make things happen, then this is your opportunity to shine. For over 80 years, Gallagher has been the market leader in animal management and is recognised as the pre-eminent brand and innovator within the electric fence, and weigh/EID space. As Territory Manager, your role will be to oversee as well as increase and drive new sales with rural retail partners – growth will be a key focus of this territory and it will cement valued, long term partnerships at both on-farm and with resellers.

To be successful in this role, an appreciation of livestock production and previous sales management experience will be critical to your success. You will have strong communication and time management skills, be comfortable with technology and have a drive to succeed.

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Plant Manager

Located mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne in the prime lamb growing country of Gundagai NSW, Gundagai Meet Processors (GMP) is one of Australia’s most innovative, progressive and trusted lamb processors. The GMP state of the art processing facility has recently been upgraded to enable the business to process one million lambs a year using advanced processing techniques and equipment.

A rare opportunity is now available for an experienced Plant Manager to join the business and play an integral part in delivering the organisation’s business strategy. Reporting to the CEO, the Plant Manager will be responsible for the end-to-end operational performance of the plant from stock intake through to management of stock processing and meeting cost to serve targets.  Your leadership will play a key role in embedding GMP’s values, fostering effective communication and a positive work culture, driving employee engagement, and continuous improvement of existing systems and facilities.

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Caretaker / Gardener

This farming property is within close proximity to Canberra – about 1.5 hours’ drive and only 10 minutes to town.  Key responsibilities include:  Handyman duties/ basic welding/ small repair work; Weed spraying; Gardening of up to 3 acres of established gardens; Property maintenance as required; Other ad-hoc duties including swimming pool maintenance and looking after companion animals (birds, chooks, dogs) in absence of the owners, whom travel frequently.

About You – Previous experience as a Caretaker, Gardener or Handyman; Mechanically minded and experienced in operation of chainsaws, ride on mowers, gardening equipment and power tools; Have good communication skills and the initiative to complete works autonomously; Ideally want to make this a home, more than a job and will relish the opportunity to live on the farm in a renovated cottage with its own established gardens and vegie patch.  There is work available for a partner dependent on skill set and preferences.

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Animal Welfare Manager

North Australian Cattle Company (NACC), and Southern Australian Cattle Company (SACC)  offer this position which will have full responsibility for animal welfare management across NACC and SACC.  The primary responsibility will be the day-to-day pre and post shipment ESCAS coordination and animal welfare management for the live export of cattle from Australia to Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and China.  This is an opportunity if you are passionate about animal welfare and wish to continuously improve animal welfare outcomes across the supply chain.

Responsibilities will include:  All reporting to the Department of Agriculture; Coordinating independent parties involved in ESCAS;  Ongoing management, oversight and review of ESCAS systems, processes & practices; Overseas travel to our key customer facilities and supply chains; Development and implantation of the group Livestock Export Animal Welfare policy and procedures; Engagement into industry research and forums to represent the group and develop a leadership position in regards to Animal Welfare;  and Providing logistics support to the Operations team in Australia as required.

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Feedlot Worker/Pen Rider

Wanderribby Pty Ltd, Meningie SA has a Full Time Casual position available for a motivated person to work in its 8000 head feedlot.

Responsibilities for this role will include but not be limited to: Daily Pen riding duties identifying and removing sick cattle; Assist with the treatment of sick cattle; Cattle acclimation on induction; Feedlot Stock movements; Trough Cleaning.  The successful person needs to be willing to follow Feedlot Animal Health protocols, be animal welfare conscious and abide by the company’s WHS policy. There will be some weekend work. They must provide 2 suitable horses and equipment and be a competent rider. Experience in the feedlot industry or cattle mustering would be an advantage.

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Agribusiness Administrator

The Agricultural Business Research Institute (ABRI) is a dynamic company that provides breed recording, genetic evaluation and secretariat services to a wide range of livestock industries including beef cattle, sheep, goats and dairy cattle. This full-time position is based at ABRI’s head office on the campus of the University of New England, Armidale NSW.

Skills and attributes required include:  Understand the fundamentals of business and financial management/administration; A sound knowledge of the livestock breeding industries; A good understanding of modern breeding techniques including genomic technologies and their application in livestock industries; Well-developed computer skills incl MYOB; Willingness to undertake training and staff development.  Education & experience:  A degree or diploma in Business Administration, Agribusiness or Agricultural Science would be looked upon favourably. Applicants with livestock industry experience are also encouraged to apply.

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Marketing Manager

We are seeking a hands-on marketing manager who is experienced in dealing within the agribusiness supply chain and is capable of driving the marketing strategy for a market leading product that is innovation based, technology driven and distributed through a committed and experienced sales partner.  To be successful in this demanding role, you will be a dynamic, results focused marketing professional, and working through an established distribution network for the product, your strong relationship skills will enhance your track record of adding value both internally and externally, capable of developing, maintaining and influencing key industry alliances.

You will have strong local and international head office support and some overseas travel will be required. A strong understanding and experience working with agribusiness retailers and distributors and understanding how they work and interact with the market will be key to your success.  Melbourne based, this is an outstanding opportunity with a global market leader working at the forefront of industry technology and innovation.

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Experienced Farm Hand (2IC)

A permanent full-time position is available for an experienced farm hand, 2IC, on a family owned and operated beef cattle property located near St George, Queensland. We are looking for a long term employee who wants to progress to a management role.  The successful applicant will be a self-motivated, hard-working, honest and reliable person who has good communication skills and takes pride in their work. They will be involved in the day to day running of the property, as well as contributing to key decision making processes.

Main duties and responsibilities include:  Servicing and maintenance of the vehicles and equipment; Fencing; Checking stock waters; Pasture management; Mustering on either horse or bike; Processing cattle; Record keeping – stock movements, vehicle services, etc.  Key attributes required include:  Mechanical experience; Operate machinery; Dry land farming experience preferred;  Ability to work cattle quietly.

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Station Manager – Tobermorey

Based at Tobermorey Station which is located approx. 280kms south west of Mt Isa & 250kms west of Boulia, this role is responsible for organising and coordinating day to day running of a large cattle station,  and requires an ability to manage staff with professionalism & respect in order to lead an effective and productive team. This position is for a mature, experienced & highly capable couple who can handle a high level of responsibility.

Duties & Responsibilities include:  Ensuring the highest standards of welfare for a herd of approx. 10,000 head of Santa Cross breeder cows in addition to any other livestock on the station; Development of water infrastructure; Supervision of all staff & any contractors on the station incl. caravan park & fuel stop with small store, (Partner expected to manage store/caravan park/fuel); Ensuring all station machinery & equipment is maintained; Ensure record keeping is accurate, up to date and filed accordingly.  Essential criteria includes:  Previous experience in a station leadership role; Stock handling & animal husbandry experience, including working with helicopters for mustering purposes;  Experience with solar & bore water infrastructure and maintenance; MC Licence; Firearms Licence.

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Livestock Handler (Stockperson) – Biloela

Teys Australia has a position for a stockperson within the plant based livestock team at the Biloela facility, providing professional services and workmanship towards the on-plant management of all livestock arriving on site; demonstrate and administer correct WH&S standards and animal welfare procedures as well as taking ownership and accountability in decision making and can assist the Livestock Manager in daily operations on site.

The successful applicant will need to demonstrate their ability to meet all responsibilities and requirements, and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Daily livestock handling on foot and/or horse; Ability to demonstrate contemporary animal husbandry techniques; Diagnosis of animal health symptoms and/or issues; Maintain compliance within Teys Australia’s guidelines including, but not limited to: WH&S, Quality Assurance, Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Environmental Standards; Ability to correlate documentation, when required, to meet livestock requirements; Basic computer knowledge and skills.

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Livestock Handler (Stockperson) – Rockhampton

Teys Australia has a position for a stockperson within the plant based livestock team at the Rockhampton facility, providing professional services and workmanship towards the on-plant management of all livestock arriving on site; demonstrate and administer correct WH&S standards and animal welfare procedures as well as taking ownership and accountability in decision making and can assist the Livestock Manager in daily operations on site.

The successful applicant will need to demonstrate their ability to meet all responsibilities and requirements, and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Daily livestock handling on foot and/or horse; Ability to demonstrate contemporary animal husbandry techniques; Diagnosis of animal health symptoms and/or issues; Maintain compliance within Teys Australia’s guidelines including, but not limited to: WH&S, Quality Assurance, Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Environmental Standards; Ability to correlate documentation, when required, to meet livestock requirements; Basic computer knowledge and skills.

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Leading Hand and Allrounder – 2 positions

Lillyvale Feedlot is a privately owned and operated lotfeeding facility located at Condamine on the Western Darling Downs – we currently have two positions available, and selection criteria for each includes –

Livestock Leading Hand – excellent written/verbal communication skills and basic computer skills; experience within the cattle industry; access to suitable horses and tack; current driver’s licence and own vehicle; ability to work a roster; experience operating machinery and general machinery and property maintenance would be an advantage.  Livestock Allrounder – good written/verbal communications skills; ability to work efficiently and effectively in a team environment; access to suitable horses and tack; current driver’s licence and vehicle; ability to work a roster.  Previous experience within the livestock industry would be an advantage.

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Group Quality Assurance Manager

H.W. Greenham & Sons are leading providers of quality beef and beef products into the domestic and international markets. This 100% Australian owned company operates from three diverse operations, strategically located in Victoria and Tasmania. Whilst located in the Port Melbourne Head Office this position will drive the continual improvement of quality systems operating at our processing facilities in Tongala and Moe, in Victoria, and Smithton, in Tasmania as well as a small distribution centre in Port Melbourne and a NATA accredited laboratory located within the Tongala facility.

Reporting directly to the Executive Chairman, the successful candidate will be tertiary qualified in Quality, Food Safety or a related discipline, with 10-15 years’ experience in meat processing and production.  This position is responsible for the leadership and management of all quality and food safety matters including – maintaining access to domestic and international markets; regulatory affairs at industry, company and plant levels; stakeholder management; leadership and management of a team of 25 quality and laboratory professionals.

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Livestock Supervisor

JBS Australia’s Northern Division operates five strategically-placed processing facilities as well as five feedlots across Queensland and New South Wales. Reporting to the Feedlot Manager, the position of Livestock Supervisor is a senior role within the Prime City Feedlot Team and offers an opportunity for applicants to demonstrate their skills and abilities as a Leader of our entire Livestock Team.

Responsibilities include: Induction and Dispatch Processing, Animal Health; Analysis, interpretation and timely reporting on statistical data; Ability to manage expenditure and costing associated with Livestock Operations; Manage staff roster planning and Identify staff training requirements; Monitoring and ensuring team compliance with QA, HR, WHS requirements.  Key criteria include:  Advanced cattle handling; Previous experience managing and coordinating Animal Health and Performance;  Sound communication, organisational and interpersonal skills; Ability to assist in training/development of employees.  Previous feedlot experience is not essential.

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Corporate Services Manager (HR, IT, Projects)

Stocklick Trading is a leading manufacturer and distributor of dry lick and molasses blended products throughout Northern Australia and is seeking applications for a Corporate Services Manager.  This is a full-time, salaried position based in Charters Towers.

Working closely with the General Manager and other senior managers, the Corporate Services Manager will provide strong leadership and support to key business functions incl.  HR Management for approx. 80 staff across multiple locations; Information Technology, managing internal IT functions and IP Wan environment; Strategic Planning and Project Management; and Risk and Compliance.  A rural background with knowledge of the grazing industry in Queensland and Northern NSW would be advantageous but not essential.

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Territory Manager – Central West NSW

If you enjoy dealing with livestock producers, have a strong understanding of retail and have the energy and drive to make things happen, then this is your opportunity to shine. For over 80 years, Gallagher has been the market leader in animal management and is recognised as the pre-eminent brand and innovator within the electric fence, and weigh/EID space. As Territory Manager, your role will be to oversee as well as increase and drive new sales with rural retail partners – growth will be a key focus of this territory and it will cement valued, long term partnerships at both on farm level and with resellers.

To be successful in this role, an appreciation of livestock production and previous sales management experience will be critical to your success. You will have strong communication and time management skills, be comfortable with technology and have a drive to succeed.

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Workers Compensation Manager – Self Insurance

The Northern Cooperative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC) is a leading export food prprocessor with production facilities at Casino and Booyong near Lismore in the Northern Rivers area of the NSW far north coast.  We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced candidate to manage our Workers Compensation and Self-Insurance Licence who will be responsible for managing all aspects of a claim.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:  Knowledge in the legislated environment, preferably with exposure to NSW workers compensation legislation and claims management practices; Providing a professional and focused end-to-end Workers Compensation claims service; Calculation of weekly payments and management of entitlement step downs; Management of disputes; Working in conjunction with external parties to manage and reduce outstanding claims liabilities; Implementing strategies for effective cost management on claims.  Selection criteria includes, but is not limited to:  Recent experience within the Worker’s Compensation and/or Self Insurance as a Claims Manager, and within the insurance or allied health industries (or similar); Administration experience/knowledge of general business and administrative practices.

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Station Manager – Murrayfield

The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established under the ATSI Act and subject to the PGPA Act. ILSC Agribusiness is a specialised unit of the ILSC that focuses on the development and management of commercial agribusiness investments, which includes Murrayfield Station which is a fine wool enterprise.  The Station Manager Murrayfield will be engaged on a 3 year Fixed Term Employment offer with Australian Indigenous Agribusiness Company Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ILSC.

Reporting to the Business Planning and Support Manager, the Murrayfield Property Manager will: Manage and help physically perform all tasks as required in the day to day operations on the station; Oversee management of all flock breeding programmes and animal husbandry requirements in accordance with industry best practice and within the annual budget; Maintain the accreditation of Responsible Wool Standards; Maintain a high level of biosecurity for the property, including managing unannounced visitors or trespassers, as well as ensuring that the currency of the property biosecurity plan is maintained; Management of all pasture maintenance, pasture improvement and cropping activities; Manage all Station records.

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Feed Mill Leading Hand

A full-time position is available for a Feed Mill Leading Hand at Stanbroke’s 30,000 head feedlot, located at Chinchilla on the Western Darling Downs.  This position is suited to an appropriately skilled, self-motivated and energetic person capable of undertaking the operation of heavy plant and machinery.  The main duties performed in this role include the preparation and distribution of cattle rations throughout the feedlot utilising modern equipment and efficient feed delivery methods.

Key attributes required:  a good understanding of animal welfare practices, quality assurance and workplace health & safety; ability to work in a team environment; good communication skills and high attention to detail; excellent time management and ability to meet deadlines; basic computer skills.  Previous experience with the operation of grain mills, grain handling equipment and cattle feeding machinery would be beneficial but not essential for potential applicants.

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Territory Sales Manager – NSW

Leader Products has a legacy as one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of livestock identification and animal husbandry products in Australia and New Zealand. We require a Territory Sales Manager who will have overall responsibility for the development of our Resellers throughout New South Wales.

Selection criteria include: 5+ years sales management experience, ideally in the beef/sheep/dairy industry; Proven track record of delivering results, building business and hitting sales targets; Highly developed leadership, communication and interpersonal skills; Ability to deliver effective presentations.  A passion for livestock production is essential – this will contribute to your success.  Tertiary qualifications in an Agricultural/Business (or similar) related discipline is desirable but not essential.

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Livestock Supervisor – WA

Central Agri Group is seeking to appoint a Livestock Supervisor for our Western Australia division.  Central Agri’s Joanna Plains farm, feedlot and backgrounding facility spans 9000ha and is located 170km north of Perth in Cataby, with capacity to lotfeed and background 13,400head of cattle year round. The Livestock Supervisor will have extensive knowledge and experience in the management of the day to day livestock operation in a large intensive feedlot and backgrounding environment.

This role is critical to ensuring all our cattle handling, treatment, processing and movement is undertaken safely, effectively and to the highest possible standards of animal health and animal welfare best practice.  You will effectively plan, oversee and manage the day to day livestock operation which includes, but is not limited to:  Drafting cattle into required lines, load-out and induction scheduling, protocoling, management of all livestock data/scan files and livestock movements, and ensuring all livestock administration and NLIS management is maintained.

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Chief Executive Officer – CCA

The Cattle Council of Australia (CCA) was established in 1979 as the peak producer organisation representing Australia’s beef cattle producers. The objective of CCA is to advocate, represent and progress the interests of Australian beef cattle producers. This is done through wide and regular consultation with industry, policy advice to key industry organisations as well as relevant Government Departments and other bodies regarding issues of national and international importance.

They are currently looking for a highly commercial and communicative CEO to continue the organisations strong momentum, and to be successful you will drive and lead CCA with issues such as animal health and welfare, food safety and product integrity, trade and market access, environment and live exports.  You will need to be abreast and ready to speak on these matters as the spokesperson for CCA which will include regular media engagements including television, radio and print. Reporting to the Board, this role is based in Canberra and requires considerable travel.

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Assistant Manager

We are seeking an energetic and committed person to assume a management role at Hillgrove, Boorowa, where we operate two properties in conjunction. The position reports to a senior Manager who is based nearby at Breakfast Creek Station.

Joining an experienced, progressive and focused stud genetics team the position allows for growth and training with the team to develop increased management capacity progressively. Additionally the experience offered encompasses modern agronomic and production systems.  The property runs a mixed enterprise operation covering prime lambs, cropping and Angus genetics. A recently renovated three-bedroom house in its own garden setting is available.

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Cropping / Operations manager

This is a rare opportunity to join a large scale, professionally run family farming operation with a strategic geographic spread of prime agricultural land with existing livestock and dryland cropping operations. The role offers the successful candidate an opportunity to be involved in a farming operation utilising leading edge management practices with professional management resources and aims to be an employer of choice through ethical operations, engagement in their community and by investing in their people.

This position will be accountable for supervising a small team with a focus on cropping operations but will also be involved in some livestock activities as required. The business has a strong data driven decision making management philosophy so requires the successful applicant to have a real commitment to best practice, safety and ethics as well as personal qualities such as integrity and teamwork. This is a hands-on management role and the successful applicant will be mentored and developed by the current management team and external resources.

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Station Hands (two positions)

Located in Central Queensland, Allawah Stud is at the leading edge of genetic development. Its Angus Composite and Brahman studs produce elite genetics for CPC’s multiplier studs.

We are looking for two Station Hands to work with our small team using low stress stock handling methods with our stud cattle. You will be capable of mustering our cattle on horseback, and you can bring along your own horses. You will be proficient in operating a 4WD vehicle along with riding a motorbike. There will be the opportunity to showcase your fencing and welding skills with general fence maintenance, along with construction, and you will have a good general knowledge of station water maintenance. We require a high level of competency in all tasks reasonably required of a Level 3 station hand.

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Pen Rider – Feedlot

Myola Feedlot is a modern 20,000 head capacity feedlot situated in northwest NSW – 70km from Goondiwindi, 60km from Moree, 50km from Warialda.  Myola is integral to Bindaree Beef Group’s supply chain, ensuring the delivery of a consistent supply of cattle to Bindaree grainfed brands.  An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced pen rider with demonstrated abilities in animal husbandry, livestock handling and horsemanship.

Required experience includes:  ability to diagnose animal health symptoms and treat appropriately; ability to supply at least 2 horses, and tack, suitable for the job; communication skills and ability to work within a team; and willingness to learn and show initiative.

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Regional & Business Development Manager – NT

Hancock Agriculture, incorporating S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Services, is a world-class agribusiness with 30 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. Reporting to the General Manager Hancock Agriculture, this newly created full time opportunity is responsible for our Northern Territory portfolio; Aroona, Willeroo, Inverway and Riveren Stations, and Phoenix Park, with additional responsibilities overseeing business development across the Hancock Pastoral Portfolio in the NT and WA.

Our ideal candidate will possess extensive experience in livestock management and pasture management across operations of significant scale, along with tertiary qualifications in business management or similar. You will demonstrate excellent communication and people management skills, complimented with proven experience in negotiations.

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Feedlot Manager – Regional QLD

A rare opportunity is now available to manage a well-established feedlot operation, which plays an integral part in the organisation’s long-term strategy for a vertically integrated international supply chain. As Feedlot Manager, and with strong support from the CEO, you will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 18,000 head feedlot, and you will also play a key role in the development and improvement of existing systems and facilities, along with being responsible for staff and WH&S, ensuring you have a well-trained, motivated and safe workforce.

Given the scale and responsibilities of this position, we are keen to hear from you if you possess extensive feedlot management experience, with proven skills in leadership and supply chain management. You will also be energetic, with a professional, common sense approach and appreciate being part of a larger management team, playing an integral role in the supply of cattle to meet the company’s commitments.

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Station Manager – Van Rook

Based at Van Rook Station (approx. 135km north of Normanton & Karumba in the Northern Queensland Gulf), the role would involve being responsible for all aspects of the management of the station. This is the most senior station position for a mature and highly capable person that can handle a high level of responsibility.

Duties & Responsibilities include:  Ensuring the highest standards of welfare for a herd of around 65,000 head of Brahman breeder cows in addition to any other livestock on the station, at all times; Commitment to the company’s strong WH&S program; Supervision of all staff and any contractors on the station;  Oversight of machinery and equipment maintenance and infrastructure; Maintain station/cattle movement records and reporting where required.  Essential criteria include:  MC Licence; QLD AB Firearms Licence;  Extensive experience working with cattle, understanding of the highest standards of animal welfare and low-stress stock handling techniques (further training will be provided);  Excellent horsemanship skills;  Demonstrated leadership with strong communication, people management and mentoring skills.

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Head of Extension and Adoption – Horticulture

Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not for profit research and development corporation for Australia’s horticulture industry. As one of the nation’s 15 Research and Development Corporations, they are tasked with investing horticulture levies and Australian government contributions into initiatives to help the industry be as productive and profitable as possible. They connect growers and consumers to drive demand and invest in solutions to improve productivity, ultimately to increase the sustainability and prosperity of Australia’s horticulture industries.

This greenfield role supports the GM in implementing and managing the day to day activities of the Regional Extension and Adoption team across all horticultural industries. It involves ensuring that the field team and project delivery partners work with on ground networks to inform and influence growers & industry stakeholders by brokering knowledge and solutions to deliver impact based on industry needs. It is also providing the relevant subject matter expertise in strategic planning, challenging assumptions and stakeholder engagement. The role includes managing the on-ground extension activities for a small geographic region.

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Skilled Meat Workers

Hilltop Meats, located in Young NSW, is owned and operated by the BE Campbell Group . Established in 1969, the business has grown to be one of Australia’s largest privately owned meat operations.  We are currently seeking experienced Beef Boners, Slaughterers and Bandsaw Operators for this growing abattoir, and these positions are an integral part of the production team .

What’s on offer for the successful candidate:  Competitive pay rates between $27.30 – $32 for skilled boners & slaughterers; Staff meat sales – big discounts available; On the job training; Safe work environment.  To be successful you must have: Minimum 3 years experience in a similar position; Certificate III in Meat Processing; Physically fit and able to work in a fast paced environment whilst producing quality product; Reliable transport – the ability to get to work for 5am starts; Strong understanding of safety & hygiene requirements; and A positive working attitude.

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Experienced Meat Processing Workers – Tongala, VIC

Greenham Gippsland is a 100% Australian family owned company processing & exporting beef to the world.  We are currently recruiting experienced, keen and reliable boners, slicers, knife hands and slaughtermen for full time positions in Tongala, VIC.

Meat processing experience would be preferred but isn’t essential as successful candidates without previous meat industry experience will receive fully comprehensive and nationally accredited training, leading to a fully recognised meat processing trade qualification.  All successful applicants will undergo a physical functional capabilities assessment and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing. All Greenham sites are drug & alcohol free sites and all Greenham employees are Q-fever vaccinated. Employees are provided with full uniforms and all appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The company offers excellent wages & conditions whilst providing a healthy & safe place to work.  strenuous work and requires physical fitness and strength.

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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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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: [email protected] 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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