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Feeder / Stockperson – Feedlot

  • Generous above-award wages.
  • Live a low-cost, rent-free country lifestyle – newly renovated house, horse paddock (suit max 5 horses) plus free electricity.
  • Good work/life balance – work only one in every 3 weekends.
  • Enjoy job security by working for a successful Australian family farming business.

Family owned Talbingo Pastoral Company which owns 41,567 hectares of agricultural properties at Dirranbandi, Dalby and Tara, has been a finalist twice in the Feedlot Of The Year Awards and sells to blue-chip clients.  We have an opportunity for a Feeder / Stockperson at our Feedlot which is located 65km west of Dalby, Qld.

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Feedlot Worker/Pen Rider – Wanderribby

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

The 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 inductions; Feedlot Stock movements; Trough Cleaning.  The successful person needs to be willing to strive for excellence, 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. An attractive salary package will be negotiated for the successful applicant including horse allowance.

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Capital Project Manager – Food Processing

The Australian Country Choice (ACC) group is a long-established Australian owned and operated family business and is the world’s largest, privately owned, fully integrated beef supply chain. The Capital Project Manager will report to the Asset Manager and be responsible for the effective delivery of projects incorporating a broad range of services and disciplinesincluding civil works, structural, engineering, mechanical, electrical, water, refrigeration, robotics and automation.  You’ll be challenged to simultaneously manage and deliver on multiple, large scale projects on time and on budget, as you coordinate all project activity, communicate with stakeholders, engage suppliers and contractors, whilst managing risk, financials and project reporting.

Selection criteria, skills and experience required include:  Relevant tertiary qualifications and at least 3 years demonstrated success in a project management role within FMCG/Food processing or manufacturing; Organisation & planning skills; 5 years’ experience in mechanical, electrical, automation or process engineering fields; Experience in: steam, heat transfer, ammonia and glycol refrigeration systems; Industrial electrical and control systems; Equipment design, materials/products conveyance, or hydraulics and pneumatics; Knowledge of both BIM and Product Development Design software;  Knowledge of AutoCAD and similar;  Proficiency in MS Office incl. Project, and general computer literacy; Financial & commercial acumen & reporting skills.

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Operations Manager – Regional WA

We are seeking an Operations Manager to work in an existing team that undertakes and manages R&D, broadacre farming and consulting activities based in York in WA.
This is a broad-based position with a primary focus on managing the field operations teams, assisting with the agronomy and scheduling of teams as well as managing the fleet of assets required to conduct these activities. As such, a level of mechanical and/or agronomic knowledge is highly desirable. You will also be required to drive implementation of technology and best practice into the business

Day-to-day they will be responsible for all field operations, including managing and scheduling of staff, agronomics, troubleshooting, business milestone management and machinery maintenance and operation, and OH&S standards and regulations. To be successful in this role, you will have had experience in either managing a broadacre farming or horticultural operation including operating and/or repairing and maintaining large machinery or intensive horticultural equipment.

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Chief Exeutive Officer

The Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia (PIEFA) is a public not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, with tripartite membership covering Primary Industries, Government and Education sectors. The Foundation works to encourage increased teaching and learning about food and fibre production in Australian schools,and is a member-based organisation working with an extensive network of stakeholders.

The Chief Executive Officer’s overall responsibility will be for the day to day implementation of the Foundation’s key strategic objectives. The successful candidate will work closely with national and state educational organisations in association with various primary industry sectors to achieve those objectives.  The position provides an opportunity to work in a national organisation with a diversity of stakeholders, whilst making a significant difference to the future of Australian primary industries at the classroom level, with the flexibility to work from home or within a supportive business environment. Extensive travel is necessary.

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Area Sales Manager – Regional NSW

Our client has invested heavily is technology applicable to broadacre farming and pastures, as well as having applications across horticulture. As their business continues to develop, they are looking for a commercially focused candidate who can join their existing national sales team in the role of Area Sales Manager in Central / Southern NSW.  The primary focus of the role will be to develop prospective farmer clients as well as maintain existing commercial relationships. The role will also manage and develop relationships with relevant industry contacts locally.

Your sales experience and exposure to broadacre farming will equip you with the business skills and understanding to develop profitable business relationships at all levels. You will have the ability to work autonomously, communicate effectively, contribute to system and process improvement, and possess a team focus. Ideally you will have an existing network within broadacre farming circles in Central/Southern NSW, including farmers and agronomists. Regardless of location, which is flexible, the successful candidate must be prepared to travel on a regular basis.

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Livestock Broker – Toowoomba

Allied Beef is Australia’s Premium Beef Cattle Partner managing, marketing and producing beef cattle. The company operates in all the major beef cattle segments including grain fed, grass fed and breeder markets. An opportunity currently exists for a Livestock Broker in the Toowoomba office. This position would suit a highly motivated individual with a background in the purchase and sale of beef cattle or commodities.

The role includes the servicing and sourcing of clients and ensuring the business is adding value to clients through the provision of quality marketing and sales solutions. The applicant should have: experience in sales, buying and negotiating; knowledge of cattle supply chains; excellent organisational and communication skills; experience in building and maintaining buyer and seller relationships; and proven customer relationship qualities. An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

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General Manager East – Albury

Reporting to the CEO, this role manages our growing Eastern business.  Your initial focus will be the completion of our acquisition plan, whilst supporting our on-farm teams to execute their cropping program. This is a senior appointment, requiring a cropping professional that can transverse the detail and strategic. This role presents as a great opportunity to lead and shape a business through its development phase into successful operations.

The Eastern business is supported out of our Albury office.

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Feed Mill Supervisor – Charlton Feedlot

Teys Australia is an innovative Australian food business with more than 70 years’ experience in the beef industry. As one the leading beef processors and exporters in Australia, we are a proud partner to over 7,000 Aussie beef producers and some of the largest names in fresh food retailing in the country. We are looking for an experienced full time Feed Mill Supervisor to join our team at our Charlton Feedlot, is located north-west Victoria, 1 hour 15 minutes from Bendigo and just 2 1/2 hours from Melbourne. This very modern 20,000 head facility serves a key role in the Teys Australia supply chain, producing quality beef for the domestic and short-fed export markets.

This role will see you assisting the Feedlot Operations Manager to ensure efficient and effective operations, and requirements of the role will include: Monitor and coordinate commodity inventory and management; Monitor and facilitate the feed allocation and management; Ensure milling and feeding requirements are upheld to high management standards; The ability to contribute to capital projects, budgeting and overhead expenditure; Staff management and supervision of team of up to 12 staff; Promote, monitor and uphold WH&S, and Quality standards across the site.  It is essential that you have the following experience/skills: Desire to work in rural Victoria; Obtained or willing to obtain qualification in Agricultural Science or related field; Strong communication and computer skills; Demonstrated management experience; Previous experience (+5 years) working in feedlot, livestock, pastoral roles or manufacturing.

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Compliance Officer – Charlton Feedlot

Teys Australia is an innovative Australian food business with more than 70 years’ experience in the beef industry. As one the leading beef processors and exporters in Australia, we are a proud partner to over 7,000 Aussie beef producers and some of the largest names in fresh food retailing in the country. We are looking for an experienced full time Compliance Officer to join our team at our Charlton Feedlot, which is  1 hour 15 minutes from Bendigo and just 2 1/2 hours from Melbourne. This very modern 20,000 head facility serves a key role in the Teys Australia supply chain, producing quality beef for the domestic and short-fed export markets..

This role will be responsible for implementing, maintaining, and auditing WH&S, Training, Environmental, Animal Welfare and Quality Systems. You will be a detail orientated individual who is able to multi-task and prioritise inherent requirements as needed. You will also have genuine interest in the agricultural industry and enthusiasm to learn.  It is essential that you have the following experience/skills:   Desire to work in rural Victoria; Qualification in or ability to obtain Certificate III in WHS; Strong communication skills;  Demonstrated computer skills; Previous experience in a similar role; Previous feedlot exposure (desirable).

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Management Role – Regional NSW

Westchester Group of Australia (WGA) manages the investment and asset management activities in Australia for its US based parent company (which is owned by TIAA, one of the largest global institutional investors in Agriculture). WGA is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for a management position based in Wagga Wagga NSW, which would be responsible for the management of either all or part of the support functions within the business in Australia.

As a proven leader you will provide a level of corporate governance for the business and be responsible for the implementation of operational plans, whilst managing the associated workflow. We are looking for candidates with strengths in legal, compliance, finance and/or accounting. Ideally the successful candidate would be commercially and analytically minded, with an appreciation of general business management and farming enterprises. This role will require someone with a sophisticated and diverse business background, with a broad range of business / investment disciplines, and who is attuned to effective communication and with a risk management mindset. Relevant tertiary qualifications in business, finance, accounting or law would be expected as a minimum, and previous experience in compliance and/or company directorship responsibilities could be viewed advantageously. An agricultural, agribusiness and/or funds management background would be beneficial, but not essential.

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Regional Livestock Manager – Stockco

StockCo is Australia’s largest provider of specialist livestock funding solutions and has been operating successfully in Australia and New Zealand since 1995.  StockCo is now seeking to strengthen its market reach by appointing a dedicated Regional Livestock Manager for southern NSW, based in (or near) Wagga Wagga. Key to the role will be your existing strong network within livestock circles, including producers (private and corporate), agents, and service professionals.

The following backgrounds and associated skill sets will be highly regarded: Experienced and well-connected livestock agent with strong industry relationships; Experienced territory sales manager with an animal health or livestock related product focus.  The key focus of the Regional Livestock Manager will be to promote StockCo in southern NSW, building a portfolio of customers, distribution and referral partners within the region by leveraging your existing networks and profile.  You will be well supported by the company’s head office finance and administration team.

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Station Manager – WA

Harvest Road is currently recruiting a manager or management couple for one of its breeder stations based within the Ashburton Shire, the heart of the West Pilbara.  This is the perfect opportunity for an experienced pastoral manager, who is excited by the prospect of joining a progressive team.  We’ll also consider a capable head stockperson/overseer equivalent who can demonstrate they are ready to progress to the next level.

Responsibilities include:  management and oversight of day to day Station operations and functions; ensure all daily requirements of animals are meet to the highest standard with a strong focus on animal welfare; plan and coordinate seasonal mustering activities; carry out capital development works, property R&M and preventative maintenance; undertake all Station activities in alignment with the wider goals of the business.  Selection criteria include:  significant leadership experience in the pastoral beef industry; sound knowledge of all aspects of cattle animal husbandry; competent and confident horse person; demonstrated problem solving and diagnostic skills; strong focus on safety and upholding a high standard of work; Road Train Licence is highly desirable as is mechanical knowledge and preg testing experience.

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Farm Hand – Wylarah

Wylarah Farm is located in the Southern Queensland region, 15 km from Surat, and 100km from Roma.  This position is available for an immediate start.

Duties & responsibilities include:  Using planting equipment for fertilising and planting operations; Irrigating operations and water harvesting pumps; Participate in harvesting operations by using tractors, harvesters, forklifts and hand tools; Cleaning and sterilising farm equipment; Maintain and repair farm buildings, fences, machinery, and other equipment; Perform routine daily checks & services on plant and equipment.  Experience required:  Previous experience as a farm hand combined with a minimum of 12 months experience operating high horse power machinery;  Experience in dryland and irrigation farming, using modern GPS machinery (250+HP); Previous experience maintaining machinery; Experience with furrow irrigation.  Ideally applicants will have – Welding ability; HR truck licence; Excavator, bulldozer experience.

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Feed Mill Supervisor – Chinchilla

A full-time position is available for a Feed Mill Supervisor 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 – the Feed Mill Supervisor is responsible for the coordination and supervision of the feed mill staff and tasks.

The main duties performed in this role include forward planning of tasks and staff rostering, assisting with the implementation of new policies and procedures, feed allocation, grain processing, and commodity management.  Applicants with feedlot experience in a similar role will be highly regarded in the selection process.  Key attributes required include:   The ability to lead and develop a team of staff; Excellent communication skills and time management capabilities with the ability to complete daily tasks in an efficient manner; A good understanding of animal welfare practices, quality assurance, and workplace health & safety; Experience operating and maintaining plant and machinery; The competence to record and report information with a strong focus on attention to detail; Demonstrate the capability to use modern technologies.

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Pen Rider – SA

A fulltime position has become available within the Iranda Beef livestock team. Iranda Beef has recently undergone a large scale expansion with a capacity of 15,000SCU, and home to modern feeding and cattle handling facilities. Iranda is located 15km north of the township of Tintinara.

Main responsibilities include:  Monitoring cattle health on horseback; Drafting and moving cattle; Administration of animal health products; General cattle husbandry tasks.  Preferred skills/ experience include:  Experience in the livestock industry; Competent horsemanship and riding skills; Experience with cattle handling; Computer based record keeping; Some knowledge of workplace safety and quality assurance systems.  Pen riders can house up to 3 horses on site with feeding, shoeing, worming, vaccination costs covered by the employer.  The Pen rider position requires employees to supply a minimum of 2 suitable horses and tack.

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Sales & Nutrition Representative – Roma

We have an exciting opportunity for a Sales & Nutrition Representative to join our busy team at the Roma branch.  Ideally, we are looking for someone who is already from a rural background with experience in animal health and nutrition and is familiar with the grazing industry in Central Qld. The position is well suited to someone with a strong sales background who is keen to take ownership an establish territory with lots of potential, and drive growth. Of course, it will help if you love livestock as much as we do!

On a more personal footing, you will already have an established rapport with primary producers and awesome communication skills to carry the Stocklick brand forward proudly. You will be self-motivated, organised and professional with solid computer skills.   This is a full time, salaried position resourced with the usual mobile phone, laptop, and modem to keep you moving.  Although it is based out of the Roma office, you will spend considerable time out visiting customers and at times be required to venture further out to more remote locations which means being away from home.

Please send a cover letter about yourself along with your resume to [email protected]trading.com.au

Trainee – Charters Towers

We have an exciting opportunity for a new Stocklick Trainee to join our busy team at the Charters Towers branch.  This is a permanent, full time position, and we are looking for a reliable, motivated and enthusiastic person who is keen to join the industry. This role has a broad base with the successful applicant being trained across production, batching, logistics, purchasing and administration.

The successful applicant will be someone who is already from a rural background with some basic knowledge of cattle nutrition and animal health and is familiar with the grazing industry in North Qld. Professional communication skills and computer literacy will be a serious advantage to any applicant.

Please send a cover letter about yourself along with with your resume to [email protected] 

Feedlot Supervisor

Central Agri Group is seeking to appoint a Feedlot Supervisor for our well-established feedlot and backgrounding operation.  Joanna Plains farm, feedlot and Backgrounding facility spans across 9,000ha and is located 170km north of Perth in Cataby, WA. At Joanna Plains we have the capacity to lot feed and background 13,400hd of cattle year-round. The Feedlot Supervisor will take responsibility for the day to day operations of the 10,400 head backgrounding facility and 3,200 head NFAS accredited feedlot.

Duties and responsibilities include: Proven experience working within an intensive feedlot/backgrounding environment; Experience in administering feedlot software systems specifically Elynx BMS; Experience in managing the milling of grain, commodity ordering and scheduling; Experience operating machinery including but not limited to tractors, Telehandlers, Supreme tub mixing wagons; The ability to manage a team and drive performance and efficiencies. Required qualifications and experience  include:  Valid driver’s licence (MR truck licence is desirable); Strong communication and interpersonal skills; Demonstrated ability to work safely; Basic computer knowledge.  A tertiary qualification or degree in Agriculture is desirable but not essential.

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Farm Maintenance Leading Hand

Central Agri Group is seeking to appoint an Assistant Farm Maintenance Leading Hand for our well-established feedlot and backgrounding operation.  Joanna Plains has the capacity to lot feed and background 13,400 head of cattle year-round, and is located at Cataby, which is 170km north of Perth WA.

Duties and responsibilities include:  General site maintenance; General fabrication and repair of feedlot equipment; Maintenance of existing and construction of new fencing; Major repairs and servicing of all Machinery, feed mill, vehicles and general plant and equipment; Manage inventory and SOH; Attending site emergency breakdowns; Undertake necessary risk and pre-task assessments; Effective management of documentation and reporting; Plant and site hygiene and housekeeping; Machinery operation (including front end loader, skid steer, tractors, trucks); Required qualifications and experience include:  Relevant qualifications & experience in welding and mechanical fitting; Valid driver’s licence (MR truck licence is desirable); Strong communication and interpersonal skills; Demonstrated ability to work safely; Basic computer knowledge.

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Feedmill Hand – Aronui Feedlot

We are seeking a motivated  Feedmill Hand with previous experience in a similar role at Aronui Feedlot which is located on the Darling Downs, 20km north of Dalby and 3 hours west of Brisbane.

Key Responsibilities include: Carryout recieval, handling and storage of commodities; Carryout preparation of feedstuffs; Operation of mills, harvestore, tempering system and in-loading when required; Operation of loader; Maintain all mill areas; Feeding of livestock; Mixing of feed in feed truck; Feeding out of ration; Assist in the maintenance of all mill machinery; Carryout general feedlot maintenance as directed. Essential requirements include – Knowledge of and licences (tickets) where necessary for Mill vehicle operation; Be able to meet all the educational and experience pre-requisites for the appointed FFB level as specified in the current AAco Certified Agreement; A willingness to use a computer; Knowledge of QA Programs; Knowledge of grain and commodity specifications; General machinery maintenance skills.

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Mechanic – Canobie

Canobie Station is located 200km North of Cloncurry QLD, in the Gulf Region.

Duties will include, but are not limited to: Perform your job in a safe manner in line with AACo safety programs and procedures; Take responsibility for your safe work behaviour; Manage the maintenance program for all vehicles, plant and machinery; Undertake regular services; Carry out repairs and overhauls as required; Complete records of work carried out; Maintain spare parts; Maintain an efficient and safe workshop; Train operators to perform daily checks and services; Repairs and services to water pumps and pumping equipment; Schedule the fixing of bores according to urgency.  Requirements – Previous experience in a similar role; Mechanic trade qualification preferred; Experience in welding, carpentry, concreting and/or fabrication preferred; Ability to work under limited supervision; High level organisation skills; and Written and verbal communication skills.

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Operations Manager – regional WA

We are seeking an Operations Manager to work in an existing team that undertakes and manages R&D, broadacre farming and consulting activities based in York WA.  This is a broad-based position with a primary focus on managing the field operations teams, assisting with the agronomy and scheduling of teams as well as managing the fleet of assets required to conduct these activities. You will also be required to drive implementation of technology and best practice.

Day-to-day they will be responsible for all field operations, including managing and scheduling of staff, agronomics, troubleshooting, business milestone management and machinery operation and maintenance, and OH&S standards and regulations. To be successful in this role-  you will have had experience in either managing a broadacre farming or horticultural operation; Ideally have formal training in agricultural science or a mechanical / fabrication discipline, although these are not a prerequisite; A driver’s licence is mandatory and HR, Forklift and Chem Cert qualifications are highly desirable;  Demonstrated experience managing teams and well-developed communication skills, attention to detail and be a self-motivated, “can do” person.

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National Salesperson

Thompson Longhorn was established in 1983 and is the leader in design, manufacture and installation of livestock handling equipment in Australia.  Based from our head office at Goomburra, near Warwick Qld, this is a national role which is integral to our operation and would be well suited to an individual with livestock experience wanting to secure a rewarding long-term career in the agriculture sector.

The National Salesperson will actively consult with clients in the design, development and construction of yards, maximizing operational performance, primarily in the feedlot, sale yard and beef producing sectors.  Previous cattle handling experience with a knowledge of animal behaviour is essential.  Sales experience in the rural and associated industries would be advantageous, and additional skills in the areas of construction or project management would be beneficial.  The successful candidate will have a reasonable level of computer literacy and attention to detail, a friendly disposition with a ‘be of service’ attitude. A company vehicle with mobile phone and laptop is part of the package. A current open driver’s licence is a necessity.

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Property Manager, Emerald

Palgrove is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of Charolais and Ultrablack beef cattle and is currently expanding its operation to include large scale commercial cattle production. An opportunity exists for a motivated, experienced and well organised Property Manager for our Central Qld property at Emerald. This role requires at least three years’ experience at manager level overseeing beef cattle production and pasture management.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, this position involves: Operational property planning; Cattle husbandry management; Responsibility for WH&S; Collecting and managing data under the stud recording system; Developing and implementing pasture and infrastructure development plans; Budget planning and reporting.  You will have capacity and experience in the following areas: Broad knowledge of intensive grazing operations and pastures; Sound computer skills; Strong communication and interpersonal skills; Workplace safety and employee wellbeing;  Accuracy & attention to detail; AI competency and HR truck licence would be an advantage.

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NRM Project Officer – Mt Isa

Southern Gulf NRM is a not-for-profit community-based company responsible for planning and implementation of sustainable Natural Resource Management (NRM) in the southern Gulf of Carpentaria region of North West Queensland. We are seeking an energetic and versatile NRM Project Officer to join our team and lead the development and delivery of natural resource management projects. Your work will involve extensive travel in the stunning outback landscapes of the region.

The successful applicant will have professional qualifications and/or substantial equivalent experience in agriculture or environmental science. They will be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of the principles of natural resource management and will have expertise in one or more NRM-related technical disciplines relevant to the Southern Gulf region. Project development and management, extension and engagement skills, and networking and partnership development are also very important attributes for success in the role.

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Assistant Manager, Operations – Regional NSW

Our client is a privately-owned NZ company with Australian agriculture investments in irrigated & dryland cropping enterprises in NSW’s northern wheatbelt.  This new role of Assistant Manager – Operations will assist in developing and implementing operational plans to optimise the farm’s full potential. It involves working closely with the Farm Manager, staff and contractors to ensure farming operations are carried out in an efficient and timely manner.

The role will require your assistance across the practical activities of: Dryland and irrigated cropping; Machinery operation; Staff and contractor management; WHS policy and procedure compliance; Plant, machinery and fixed assets maintenance; Maintaining accurate records.  To be successful in this hands-on role you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Farm Management or similar; Farming background; 3 plus years dryland & irrigated cropping experience in a farming operations role; capability for staff and contractor supervision; Farm machinery experience; Ability to work unsupervised.  You will be inducted and trained in WHS on machinery and chemical hazard management.

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Branch Manager – Regional QLD

Vanderfield is one of Australia’s largest agricultural and construction machinery and truck dealerships in Australia, and was recently purchased by RDO Equipment, a family owned US business and the world’s largest John Deere dealer.   They now seek a Branch Manager for their Mackay branch, which services both the agricultural and construction / mining industry sectors in Central Qld, up to Bowen.
As Manager you will demonstrate leadership in all aspects of the branch, aligned with financial and operational objectives, including sales, marketing, workshop, parts, administration, and training/compliance with WH&S requirements.

The key to your success will be your strong people focus with both customers and staff, able to build solid partnerships with your customers and the local community, seen as business partners to your customers. This is a great position for a machinery professional with a strong commercial and leadership focus, working with a solid, highly regarded machinery business.  A fully maintained vehicle is provided, with a very attractive bonus scheme based on performance.

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Assistant Feedlot Manager

This is an exciting opportunity to join a really impressive private feedlot operation on the Darling Downs. The feedlot has a capacity of 12,000 with significant expansion plans and they now seek a livestock professional to manage the day to day operations of the feedlot, with 20 staff.

Reporting to the Feedlot Manager, you will be proven in managing people within a beef cattle enterprise, with a focus on quality results and safety. You will be enthusiastic with a professional, common sense approach and appreciate being part of a management team, playing an integral role in the supply of cattle to meet the company’s commitments.  The feedlot is close to town, with onsite housing and work vehicle available, and a 10-on/4-off rotation. If you are a head stockman, keen to learn and move into the feedlot sector, we encourage you to apply.

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Chief Executive Officer – Palgrove

Palgrove is the largest seedstock producer of Charolais cattle in Australia with the 2nd largest Charolais stud herd globally. In 2010, the Bondfields also pioneered the development of the Ultrablack composite breed in Australia and in 2017 entered into a joint venture with the New Zealand Superannuation Fund to support the next growth phase. The business is looking to significantly expand their property holdings and cattle, aiming to develop a large-scale commercial beef operation to complement the seedstock herd.

Palgrove now seeks a high performing CEO, to lead the executive team as the Palgrove Group enters its next phase of growth. The CEO will ideally possess the following skills and attributes: Tertiary qualifications in Agriculture, Business, Finance or similar; Strong financial and business acumen and able to work effectively with and support a board in decision making, especially in regard to performance, strategy and risk; A deep understanding and passion for agribusiness and the context and environment in which Palgrove operates; Demonstrated success operating at CEO, COO levels, with a strong track record in developing and leading a high performing, motivated and committed team, and a reputation for high ethical and professional standards.

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Station, Feedlot and Farming Positions

We are the largest, family and Australian owned fully integrated beef supply chain and our diverse operation processes 350,000 head of cattle across our large-scale breeding, backgrounding, farming and lotfeeding, through to our modern food processing and value add packing facility. The nature and scale of our operations, together with the needs of our customers means that we pretty much operate all year, not just a “season” and because of that, we’re fully invested in you.

With multiple properties for cattle breeding, backgrounding, farming and lot feeding, some locations are more remote than others and include Mt Isa, Julia Creek, Central Qld, Darling Downs, Roma district, Charleville and Augathella regions.  Positions available are – Station Hands (Breeding & Backgrounding properties); Livestock Hands & Pen riders (Feedlots); Feedmill Operators; Head Stockpersons; Station Cooks; Boreperson / Runners; Road Train Drivers; Plant Operators (Grader/Loader); Mechanics & Trades; and Station Managers.

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Queensland Cattle Buyer

North Australian Cattle Company Pty Ltd is seeking an experienced cattle buyer for North Queensland to purchase livestock for the live export and meat processing trade. NACC will procure approximately 140,000 head in 2020.  The successful applicant will work closely with stock agents throughout Queensland and the Territory to source cattle that meet NACC’s specifications. As this role encompasses all northern Australia there will be a requirement to cover this large area, and ideally the successful applicant would be based in Townsville or Charters Towers.

NACC has a Shipping Coordinator in Townville who manages the day to day operations and logistics of our shipping program. They buyer will work closely with the shipping coordinator around deliveries, quarantine and customer requirements.  The successful applicant will need to provide proof that they hold the following documents – current drivers’ licence and registered motor vehicle; insurance policies for work cover and indemnity insurance; able to supply a federal police clearance and upon successful employment gain a MSIC port security card; Q Fever card.

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Domestic / Gardener / Cook – Wylarah

Wylarah Station is located 10 km from the township of Surat QLD and 90 km from Roma.  Duties will include, but are not limited to:  Garden – Mow and water lawn areas within the station complex; Maintain gardens; Prepare and apply garden chemicals; Perform routine maintenance as required and report any major repair needs.  Domestic / Cook – General cleaning – Guest and station quarters, office and common areas; Preparing rooms for guests; Washing linen and making beds for guests; serving and catering for tours.

Requirements – Current Driver’s Licence; Previous experience in a similar role preferred but not essential; High level of organisation skills to organise daily/weekly work schedule; Ability to work both alone and as part of a team.  Physical Demands –  This job can be physically strenuous (demanding) from time to time; You will need the ability to frequently lift, push and pull from 10–20  kilo’s and occasionally more; This job will require the ability to ascend/descend ladders; You will be required to wear personal protective equipment; This job requires the ability to comprehend written and oral operational and safety instructions and related rules, policies and memos, and to communicate clearly with your co-workers and supervisors.

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Farm / Stud Hand – Carinya

Carinya Brahmans is located in the North Burnett district, 10km south of Gayndah and is a family owned and operated stud & commercial cattle business seeking a long term employee.  The successful applicant must be punctual, reliable, tidy, efficient and willing to learn. Applicants who have experience with working cattle in yards, fencing, machinery operation, and hold a current drivers licence and be prepared to work some weekends will be preferred.

Applicants that have experience in; Welding, feed mixing & operating, preg-testing, artificial inseminating, HR or HC licence, mustering, own 1-2 sound working dogs, dry land farming and weed and pest control a bonus.  Single & family accommodation is available: Singles – Private 3 Bedroom, fully self-contained modern donga with veranda, carport and air conditioning; Family – 3 Bedroom brick home on acreage with veranda, carport and air conditioning, located approximately 7 minutes from “Carinya”.

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General Manager – Sales & Operations

A great career opportunity is now available with a growing R&D based Australian agribusiness with an animal health/nutrition focus. Their technology is leading edge and they have built strong partnerships with corporate farming organisations and retail distribution networks, now poised to take their business to the next level.

This newly created role of General Manager Sales & Operations will be the company’s primary customer lead relationship builder and manager, and lead the sales and marketing team. Working closely with the CEO, you will set and drive the product commercialisation vision, operational strategy, key commercial contact management, distributor training, sales and marketing and team performance. Key to your success will be your ability to translate strategy into actionable goals across the business.

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General Manager – Policy & Advocacy

The General Manager – Policy and Advocacy will develop, lead and manage GrainGrowers policy activities, including research, policy analysis, policy development and advocacy to deliver positive outcomes for Australian grain farmers.  They will proactively engage, consult and collaborate with the wider grains sector to identify key issues and provide advice and strategic recommendations. Through commissioned research and analysis activities, they will develop innovative policy solutions that promote the improved efficiency, sustainability and profitability of the grains production sector.

As part of the senior management team, this position will play an active role in further refining and implementing the strategic direction for policy and advocacy.  The successful candidate will have proven experience working with government and industry partners at a senior level and demonstrate a strong understanding of the agricultural industry, particularly the grains sector.  This role requires both proactive strategic planning, and reactive high-pressure work, strong communication skills, the ability to engage with a diverse range of stakeholders and excellent analytical and reporting skills.

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Property Manager – NSW

The aggregation of 12,000 acres, made up of multiple adjoining properties, is located near Oberon in the NSW Central Tablelands.  The property runs a 1700 strong commercial breeding herd with a focus on Angus and Hereford, 6000 Merino ewes joined to first cross rams, and over 1000 acres of fodder crops sown annually.   The Property Manager is responsible for the management of all aspects of cattle breeding, lamb production, summer and winter dryland cropping and pasture production, and  the marketing of all livestock and crop produce.

Responsibilities and selection criteria include:  develop and manage annual and rolling operational budgets, prepare monthly reports and maintain accurate records using farm management software; ongoing management and improvement of pastures, property infrastructure, plant and equipment; provide leadership and direction to staff and contractors;  have an excellent eye for detail, be highly motivated and have natural leadership skills that reflect the organisation’s key desired behaviours of being honest, fair, hardworking and reliable.

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Commodity Manager – Regional Vic

Having an established and enviable client and customer focus, this role will maintain and build on successful relationships with input suppliers and end user customers, as well as provide market analysis and relevant market information to both parties. Commercially, the role will negotiate and execute sales contracts and the successful applicant will represent the company at both supplier and customer level. Working with an existing sales team, you will be responsible for all merchandising functions including; marketing, trading, pricing, customer account management and maintaining risk exposure.

To be successful in this role, you will ideally have qualifications in a commodity focused agribusiness discipline, experience working in a trading/commercial role within a similar industry, and well developed stakeholder management skills. The successful candidate will be proactive, self-motivated, detail orientated and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. You will have a proven history of commercial trading roles and have exceptional time management skills.

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Development Officer – Northam WA

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD)  currently has one (1) fixed term full-time appointment available up to 1 April 2021 with the possibility of extension and/or permanency. We are looking for a Development Officer under the immediate guidance of senior staff, to carry out assigned livestock extension and industry development. The successful applicant should contribute to the economic development of the sheep and wool industry with a focus on export led growth.

Responsibilities will include:  Providing scientific expertise in sheep farming systems and livestock industry development; Actively promote technology and systems, and prepare and disseminate results of research to stakeholders;  Promoting industry development and market intelligence through close contact with farmer groups, extension specialists, private consultants, marketing consultants and end-users.  Selection criteria include:  Bachelor degree in Agricultural Science, Science or an approved equivalent; A current and valid Western Australian “C” class (car) drivers’ licence or equivalent.

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WHS & Training Coordinator (Feedlots & Farms)

Mort & Co is a leading beef feedlot specialist in Australia, and we currently have an exciting opportunity for a WHS & Training Coordinator to become an integral part of our operations team. Based at our Grassdale Feedlot and working across our feedlots & farming, this role will report directly to the Human Resources & WHS Manager. The position will ensure consistency across, and drive continuous improvement in, our Workplace Health & Safety and Training systems.

The successful applicant will possess: Relevant qualifications and extensive practical experience in training & safety; Excellent communication, business writing and documentation skills; Strong and accurate organisational, record keeping and data collection abilities; Exceptional interpersonal and rapport building skills, coupled with a high degree of confidentiality.  Key functions of this role include: Identify training needs and develop, deliver and update training materials and competencies; Schedule internal and external training sessions, as required, and maintain accurate training records; Monitor incident investigations for compliance & provide WHS advice to operational staff; Work collaboratively with supervisors & managers to conduct safety inspections, record audits and site safety meetings; Ensure sites are meeting and exceeding Workplace Health & Safety and Training compliance obligations.

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Northern Development Officer

Angus Australia is seeking a full time Northern Development Officer.  This position is responsible for providing breeding decision support to producers and the beef supply chain in northern Australia using Angus and Angus-influenced genetics. This includes the development of innovative education tools, resources and extension programs. Location is negotiable, however central Queensland is preferred.

Applicants will be assessed on their suitability based on the following criteria: Relevant tertiary qualifications; Knowledge of the northern Australia Beef industry; Knowledge of beef breeding, cross breeding systems and genetic improvement technology; Experience in coordinating R&D projects; Experience in delivery of innovative extension programs; Experience in development of educational material for social media and web delivery; Written and verbal communications skills. 

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Customer Engagement

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Customer Engagement team in Griffith NSW, which is located in one of the most diverse and progressive farming regions in Australia.  The successful applicant will play a critical role in helping us better understand our customers and their needs.  Selection requirements include: excellent listening and engagement skills; ability to identify opportunities for customers and the company that lead to growth and development; ability to work in a team environment; understanding of WHS and safe work procedures; and a ‘C’ class driver licence.

Applications should include a Murrumbidgee Irrigation application form and current resume, with a cover letter addressing the requirements listed above.

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Station Manager – Redford

Redford Station, located near Mitchell Qld,  is a well-established and highly developed property with extensive infrastructure and a modern, well equipped 4 bedroom homestead. The property comprises over 120,000 acres and carries up to 12,000 head of cattle, with a permanent team of up to 6.

Reporting to ACC’s General Manager – Rural Production, the Station Manager has responsibility for effectively and safely managing cattle, pasture and infrastructure programs and the team to ensure highest standards of animal health and welfare, achieve operational performance and productivity across: Cattle management; Pasture management; Asset and infrastructure repair and maintenance; Property planning & development; Financial management and budgeting; WH&S; Training and team development.  Along with demonstrated experience managing a high performing cattle/pastoral property within a corporate environment, selection criteria will include:  Horse management; Commitment to workplace safety and knowledge of safe work practices; Solid understanding of compliance and regulations relating to quality, animal health and welfare and environment; Effective negotiation & influencing; Computer literacy.

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Weighbridge & Administration Officer – Grassdale

Mort & Co is a leading beef feedlot specialist in Australia, and our Grassdale Feedlot has recently undergone a major expansion, making it the largest in the country. We currently have an exciting opportunity available for a Weighbridge & Administration Officer to assist our dedicated Administration Department and help service the weighbridge requirements of our state-of-the-art beef cattle facility.

Key functions of this role include: Weighbridge operation; Quality Assurance of commodities; sampling and testing of commodities; Livestock documentation and food safety procedures; Data entry / processing using specialist feedlot systems; Visitor/service provider compliance utilising an online management system; Administration and reception duties; Accounts receivable/payable; A strong focus on workplace health and safety. The successful applicant will possess: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; Accurate record keeping skills and attention to detail; High level computer and numerical literacy skills; A strong work ethic and confidentiality; The ability to work autonomously and a high degree of self-motivation; Experience working and thriving in a fast-paced environment.

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Farm Hand / Machinery Operator

A full-time position is available for a Farm Hand at Stanbroke’s cropping
and cattle properties, located in the Dalby & Chinchilla region on the Western Darling Downs, Queensland. This position is suited to an experienced, energetic & mechanically minded person with the ability to operate modern farming machinery. The role will involve working on a number of properties across our extensive farming operation in the Western Downs region. The main duties performed will be assisting in the production of irrigated and dryland crops and general property maintenance.

Key Attributes Required:  Experience in broad acre cropping; Centre pivot and flood irrigation experience; The ability to undertake general farm maintenance; Commitment to OH&S compliance; Capability to undertake tasks in an autonomous manner; HC truck licence will be highly regarded but not essential for the potential applicants.

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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 hands-on role include supervising staff in the preparation and distribution of cattle rations throughout the feedlot utilising modern equipment and efficient feed delivery methods, the supervision and occasional operation of grain mills and grain handling equipment. Applicants with feedlot experience in a similar role will be highly regarded in the selection process.

Key Attributes Required: The ability to lead and develop a small team of staff; Excellent communication skills and time management capabilities with the ability to complete daily tasks in an efficient manner; A good understanding of animal welfare practices, quality assurance, and WH&S; Experience operating and maintaining plant and machinery; The capability to record and report information with a strong focus on attention to detail.

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Working Manager – Bell Hill

Bell Hill is a renowned grazing operation suited to beef, prime lambs and stud cattle located approximately 15 km from Orange NSW. In this role you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the property, enabling the property to achieve maximum sustainable production and profitability.

Duties & Responsibilities include:  Work with sheep and cattle; Experience in property maintenance; Implementation of work programs and direction of contractors; Delivering on objectives and being self-motivated and detail-oriented; Sound communication skills and some budgeting experience; Commitment to the company’s strong WH&S program.  Selection criteria include: Pasture and weed management; Mechanical knowledge; Some cattle stud knowledge would be advantageous; Understanding of the highest standards of animal welfare and low-stress stock handling techniques; Demonstrated leadership with strong communication; Strong computer skills; Must be able to work as a part of a tight team; Good problem-solving skills; Must be hardworking and energetic and well-organised; Chem – cert certificate.

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Distribution and Coordination Manager – Export

An outstanding opportunity is now available for a Distribution and Coordination Manager (Export) to join a family-owned and well-respected meat trading organisation based in Port Melbourne VIC.   Responsibilities include the coordination of purchasing, transportation and international logistic activities, and ensuring all international contract terms and trading regulations are observed and maintained.

Skills and experience required include: Previous commercial experience in a distribution and co-ordination export role; Demonstrated experience using export and logistics systems and excel spreadsheets; Extensive experience in customer service, co-ordination and export scheduling roles; Experience preparing invoices would be highly regarded. No essential qualifications however, qualifications in Business or International Trade would be desirable; Knowledge of domestic and international trade terminology and processes (including, but not limited to, INCO terms); Understanding of international logistics, marketing and shipping processes; High-level communication and interpersonal skills; and Bilingual candidates will be well regarded.

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Strategic Development & Partnerships, Extension & Adoption – 3 positions

As Australian horticulture’s Research & Development Corporation (RDC), it is the task of Hort Innovation to invest funds on behalf of the Australian Government, levy payers, researchers, and the supply chain; identifying, brokering and managing R&D and marketing projects that support the productivity and profitability of the Australian horticulture industry. The position is not responsible for delivering extension programs directly, instead it plays a brokerage and linking role, identifying opportunities to bring together allied stakeholders, service providers and broader coalitions to share skills and capacity to solve identified regional problems through extension activities.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a thorough understanding and experience of extension theory and practice, and the ability to gain an understanding of service providers across industry. Strong communication and collaboration skills and the ability to effectively operate and manage relationships within a complex stakeholder environment will be critical.

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Policy Director – Agricultural Industries

NSW Farmers’ Association, Australia’s largest farm body, is dedicated to lobbying on behalf of its members, and farmers generally, in NSW, to ensure that their voice is heard at all levels of government as well as by other interest groups and stakeholders. This newly created position, to be based in Sydney, will facilitate the development, analysis and execution of policy related issues for all commodity groups. With a focus on commodity issues including animal welfare, biosecurity and supply chains this position plays a key role in proactively engaging with and influencing key stakeholders at a state and federal level to ensure that issues critical to members are best represented to shape effective legislative reforms.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the wider agricultural and agribusiness industries, the ability to provide deep and considered analysis, have proven people management skills and the ability to work as part of a driven and diverse team. Strong communication and influencing skills and the ability to effectively operate and manage relationships within a complex stakeholder environment will be critical. Experience with policy formation will be highly regarded.

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Sales Consultant

Our client is a major global agricultural equipment manufacturer with more than 140 years of experience developing, projecting and producing advanced machinery for feed production plants, full-line pig and poultry farms, housing for cattle farms, grain storage and handling plants and seed processing. They would now like to appoint a dedicated Sales Consultant / Representative to focus on solution selling to pig producers.  Reporting to the Sales Manager, this role will involve strong communication and customer service skills in order to understand customer requirements and provide expert solutions.

Selection criteria and requirements include:  Demonstrated sales experience in rural, agriculture or agribusiness sectors; An understanding of farming and livestock production,  (Knowledge of pig production would be preferable); Excellent producer presentation, negotiation and time management skills; Self-motivated, ability to work autonomously; Excellent communicator (written, verbal, and listener) at both scientific and producer levels.

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Overseer / Station Hand – Vic

This role offers an exciting opportunity to be part of a highly productive, profitable, large scale  quality sheep and cattle enterprise located in Western Victoria close to Camperdown, which is 15 minutes away. Reporting to the Manager, the Overseer / Station Hand will work across all aspects of the 7,500 Ewe flock and 600 Angus cattle operations.

Selection criteria include:  Solid experience working with livestock and a passion to establish a long-term career in the industry; The ability to work in a team environment is important as a large degree of autonomy is also provided with this position; Have good working dogs;  Strong work ethic;  Good communication skills; and Be intelligent, friendly and honest. A comfortable 3-bedroom family home is provided, and the salary is negotiable depending on experience.

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Meat Processing Staff – Full Time

We are currently looking for staff to join our processing team on the AM shift at our Brooklyn Plant located 15 minutes west of the Melbourne CBD. We will train you to be the best you can be in the Meat Processing Industry. This is a full time position, you MUST have eligibility to work 38 hours per week. Student Visas only permit 20 hours per week.

Responsibilities include:  General Labouring, working with Meat and Meat By-Products; Attention to detail to make sure the product meets the standards our Customers expect; Early starts are a must, we start at 5:00am, and you must be able to be on site at 4:30am; Adherence and commitment to perform scheduled working hours; Work safely and follow our strict OH&S standards; Working closely with your team mates to meet the daily requirements of the jobs you are given.  Selection criteria include:  Ability to meet deadlines and goals; Reliable transport; Ability to follow JBS Australia Policies and Procedures; Be physically fit and attend a full employment medical, including a full Drug and Alcohol screen.

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Skilled Meat Workers

An exciting opportunity exists at our Brooklyn Plant for experienced Skilled Meat Workers. These are full time positions  with the potential to earn $54,000 or more with additional allowances and/or overtime.

Responsibilities include: To adhere to WH&S procedures; Ability to work within a team environment with the ability to take direction; Demonstrated integrity and good presentation; Superior attendance record; Performing general Slaughtering/Boning/Slicing/Sawing duties.  Applicants must have – A minimum of 2 years’ proven experience in Boning, Slicing or Slaughtering/Sawing duties;  Knowledge and understanding of different rotations; Proven high level of knife sharpening skill; Knowledge and understanding of Quality Requirements; Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. Relevant qualification (Cert 2/3 Meat processing) advantageous but not essential.

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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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