JOBS

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FARM HAND/DELIVERY DRIVER
This position will require you to manage a beef/cropping property on the Tasman Peninsula and also be willing to assist with deliveries state wide. Must have MR licence and forklift licence.
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Job No: 501532
The Office of the Director, Gatton Campus is responsible for ensuring the smooth and effective operations of the Gatton Campus of The University of Queensland, supporting academic teaching, research and community programs. The Office of the Director Gatton Campus portfolio encompasses the Gatton Dairy Unit, Piggery Unit, Equine Unit, Cropping Unit, Grazing Animal Unit, Queensland Animal Science Precinct, UQG-VEC and the Halls of Residence in addition to administration functions and OH&S.
The Gatton Dairy Unit is a joint initiative of The University of Queensland and Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and operates as a commercial farm as well as a teaching, research and extension facility. The Dairy Unit currently has a milking herd of 300 cows.
The Role
The successful appointee will be passionate about farming and will be expected to assist with the day-to-day operations of the Dairy Unit including but not limited to husbandry, breeding, nutrition, hygiene, health, machinery and behavior of dairy cattle.
The Person
Applicants should have a trade certificate or Certificate III in a relevant discipline, or completion of Year 12 or a Certificate II with relevant work experience, or equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. The applicant will also need to demonstrate knowledge of all aspects of dairy farming. Possession of a current drivers license is a requirement.
The University of Queensland values diversity and inclusion. Applications are particularly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Remuneration
This is a full-time continuing appointment at HEW Level 3. The remuneration package will be in the range $52,291.58- $58,050.18p.a., plus employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% (total package will be in the range $61,181.15- $67,918.71 p.a.).
Position Description
PD Dairy Farm Attendant.pdf
Enquiries
To discuss this role please contact Phil Martin on *****58 + click to reveal or *****@uq.edu.au. + click to reveal
To submit an application for this role, use the Apply button below. All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover letter, Resume and Selection Criteria responses.
For information on completing the application process click here.
Applications Closing Date
8 December 2017, 11:55 pm E. Australian Standard Time
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Remote NT Pearl Farm
FIFO- From Darwin or Cairns 6 weeks on, 2 weeks off
RDO every 2 weeks
Meals & accommodation provided
Require-
Advanced Open Water & Rescue diver certs Current occupational dive medical & x-rays with SPUMS doctor (see www.spums.org.au for info) Current Provide 1st Aid (HLTAID003), Advanced Resuscitation (HLTAID007) & CPR  (HLTAID001). PPA induction
 
Previous experience preferred but not mandatory.
Please forward resume to:
Jason Wright
Dive Supervisor/ Growout Manager
Ellies Pearling P/L
*****@gmail.com + click to reveal
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LOCATION: Murdoch and other campuses

We are establishing a 12 month casual appointment pool for vacancies that arise up to December 2018. Appointments will be on a casual basis only.
Suitable candidates will be placed in the appointment pool from which casual opportunities may be offered as vacancies arise. Candidates may also be considered for similar positions within South Metropolitan TAFE as they arise during the life of the pool. If the appointment pool is exhausted prior to the pool expiry date, we reserve the right to supplement the pool through further advertising.
About the role
The lecturer's primary role is to teach, facilitate learning, assess and mentor students in accordance with relevant curriculum and/or training package requirements. Lecturers also undertake Professional Activities (PA) and Activities Related to Delivery (ARD).
In order to maintain quality educational services, lecturers are required to keep abreast of technological and other developments in their field through professional development to provide up-to-date information and advice to the College and industry, where appropriate.
Work Benefits
Our employees have access to a range of benefits including:
9.5% employer superannuation contribution Flexible working hours

Further Job Related Information?
Please contact Pascaline Owers, Portfolio Manager on
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Find out more by visiting our website: www.southmetrotafe.wa.edu.au.
Application Instructions:
For further information about this position and details on how to apply please visit JobsWA job board by clicking the 'Apply' button.
Advertised Vacancy Reference Number: SML140.17S
Please note…
The onus is on the applicant to ensure that their application is received by the closing date and time. Late applications will not be accepted.
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$56k + super + 9 day fortnight

Logan City is Australia's seventh largest local government by population and is one of the most dynamic young cities in Australia; enviably positioned only 20 minutes from Brisbane and 30 minutes from the Gold Coast, Logan is now home to more than 308,700 people. Logan City Council offers a work environment and lifestyle that is rare in South East Queensland. Our 1,700 staff take pride in offering outstanding service to our community through innovative and operational-focused solutions.
Working at our City Standards and Animal Care Branch based at Kingston, our Animal Services team are passionate and driven in promoting responsible pet ownership, increasing community awareness, and implementing Council's animal management local laws through education and promoting voluntary compliance.
As an Animal Nuisance Response Officer, you'll conduct investigations into alleged breaches of relevant Local Laws, particularly in relation to barking and animal noise complaints, as well as monitor and report on properties for alleged animal nuisance. You'll be responsible for issuing Penalty Infringement Notices for breaches of Local Laws and relevant legislation, and apply for and execute Warrants and Orders to Enter to Perform Works issued by a Magistrate's Court in relation to animal management issues.
We're looking for someone with demonstrated Animal Management experience and a local government background will be highly regarded. Excellent communication, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills are essential, with a proven ability to communicate effectively in sensitive situations. Our successful applicant will have a proven ability to conduct inspections and investigations on a community level, with an ability to formulate concise and accurate written reports and apply a common sense approach to conclude nuisance complaints.
As this is an active role the successful applicant will need to undergo a pre-employment functional assessment to be sure that you meet the functional requirements of the position. You will also be required to undergo relevant immunisations.
The successful applicant will thrive in a challenging role with an organisation that values professional contribution and personal wellbeing. Logan City Council actively encourages a healthy work environment through its Team Top Health Program, as well as personal and professional development, study assistance and a tangible focus on creating a great place to work.
If after reading the position description you require more information please contact Josh Pemberton on *****94. + click to reveal
Applications Close: 5 pm, Thursday 7 December 2017, with a proposed interview date of Friday 15 December 2017.
Note: Applications may be used to appoint to similar vacancies, up to 12 months after the closing date.
Find out more about Council's streamlined Application Process here
And click here to learn more about Council's Purpose and Values.
Applications via recruitment agencies will not be received.  
Logan City: Building Our Communities, Our Businesses and Our Pride
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PFG Group (PFG) specialises in the manufacture and supply of high quality products to industries in the toughest environmental conditions such as aquaculture, marine, defence, commercial fishing, heavy industry and mining.  We are a privately owned company with head office in Hobart, with manufacturing facilities in Tasmania and Port Lincoln, South Australia, strategic partners in Victoria, Norway and Japan.  With innovation at our core and a vision, mission and values centred around customer, quality and professionalism, we design, manufacture and install aquaculture infrastructure and are the largest supplier of equipment and services to the Australian aquaculture industry.  PFG's capability in aquaculture includes:
Seeding and incubating new aquaculture start-ups. Design, manufacture, supply and installation of recirculating aquaculture systems. Design, manufacture, supply and installation of sea farming infrastructure including complex mooring systems, sea cages, nets, HDPE work boats. Supply of ancillary products such as ropes, processing bins, floats, markers. Design, manufacture and supply of the world's only vacuum-based insitu net washer.
Following on from a reset to our strategic outlook, the new Head of Aquaculture role has been established to lead the aquaculture division through an exciting growth phase.  Key outcomes for the aquaculture division and role of Head of Aquaculture include:
Delivering the world's first commercial scale lobster hatchery in Tasmania in conjunction with the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies. Identifying and presenting new opportunities for start-ups, mergers or acquisitions. Developing and implementing new business in existing markets. Managing the sales and marketing function and relationships with existing clients. Taking a leadership role in industry to further enhance the sustainability of the industry.
This is an executive-level role reporting to the CEO, with responsibility for the aquaculture P&L.  The successful candidate will possess:
Leadership in the aquaculture industry, being well known, with a proven track record to build relationships. A capacity to bring existing networks and clients. Business Development, Sales and Marketing experience with a focus around customer care and business growth.. Exceptional communication skills and an ability to lead a team. Experience in finfish or high-end species, preferably from within the product sales, infrastructure or sustainability aspects.
What we offer you:
PFG offers a flexible work place environment and a remuneration package consisting of base + super + STI + LTI + vehicle and other benefits is on offer to the right candidate.  If you would like to be part of our leadership team during our exciting growth phase then please contact us for further information by calling *****22 + click to reveal or emailing *****@pfg-group.com.au + click to reveal
Applications will close on Monday 8th January 2018.
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Work for a local Council on a temporary contract!
Your new company
This role will be working within a local Council in their Animal Management Team. This team is responsible for the protection of the community through animal management by providing high quality animal response services for the local region whilst promoting responsible pet animal ownership.
Your new role
This role within the council involves you to undertake a range of duties. You will be the face of the team interacting with the general public, local organisations and businesses. You will conduct inspections and investigations in response to customer requests, whist documenting and maintaining official notes for record purposes. You will be responsible with working alongside government and statutory authorities to produce effective outcomes in line with legislation, laws and policies.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have a can-do attitude, well presented and demonstrate organisational skills, computer skills and attention to detail. Local Law knowledge and Cert IV in Government Investigation would be advantageous. You will have a current “c” class driver’s licence and be comfortable with the possibility of obtaining an MR truck licence. As you will be working within a physically demanding environment and you’ll be required to undergo a pre-employment functional and medical assessment. Being an “at risk work location” immunisation in accordance with the Council’s policies, you will require or be willing to obtain vaccines for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Tetanus and QFever.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or contact Kylie Dykes in the Mt Gravatt Office on *****80. + click to reveal
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School of Veterinary Science
The School of Veterinary Science has a rich history having been founded in 1936 and has a reputation for graduating self-reliant, independent and highly capable veterinarians with plenty of initiative and drive. The School has high quality facilities at the UQ Gatton Campus, providing the teaching, research and clinical infrastructure and resources to develop its strong reputation as a leading provider of veterinary training, research and clinical care. The school also maintains a small animal hospital and large animal clinic at Dayboro, north-west of Brisbane.
The role
This position is responsible for providing high quality emergency and critical care of small animal patients within the School's Small Animal Hospital, at our Veterinary Teaching Hospital Gatton. The appointee will participate in the management of primary, emergency and referral cases requiring emergency & critical care and partake in 24/7 shift roster.
The person
Applicants must have a degree in Veterinary Science or Veterinary Medicine registrable in Queensland together with demonstrated previous experience in an Emergency and Critical Care veterinary clinic environment.
Remuneration
This is a fixed term position of up to 12 months at level A.The remuneration will be in the range $64,533.50- $87,535.13., plus employer superannuation contributions of 9.5% (total package will be $70,664.18 - $95,850).
A 15% loading will be applied on top of the base rate to remunerate for shift work penalties.
Position Description
Small Animal Emergency Critical Care PD Level A.pdf
Enquiries
To discuss this role, please contact Dr Mark Haworth on *****88 + click to reveal or email *****@uq.edu.au + click to reveal
To submit an application for this role, use the Apply button below. All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover letter, Resume and Selection Criteria responses.
For information on completing the application process click here.
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School of Veterinary Science
The School of Veterinary Science has a rich history having been founded in 1936 and has a reputation for graduating self-reliant, independent and highly capable veterinarians with plenty of initiative and drive. The School has high quality facilities at the UQ Gatton Campus, providing the teaching, research and clinical infrastructure and resources to develop its strong reputation as a leading provider of veterinary training, research and clinical care. The school also maintains a small animal hospital and large animal clinic at Dayboro, north-west of Brisbane.
The role
This role will undertake research in developing new SNP-based diagnostic tests for POLLEDNESS in Australian cattle breeds, including taurine and indicus breeds and tropical composites. As a significant barrier to validation and adoption is uncertainty around phenotype measurement, complicated by the SCURS effect, you will liaise with breeders and commercial producers to develop practical methodologies for accurate phenotype data collection
In this project you will undertake high throughput sequencing as well as genotyping of cattle. The project will involve a significant genotyping and sequencing component. You will also perform analyses utilising new and existing genomic and sequence data to identify genes and markers that are associated with SCURS and provide new understanding of biological processes underpinning this phenotype. Further, you investigate whether there are negative pleiotropic effects of these genes on other cattle phenotypes.
You will work within a team of scientists within the University and CSIRO with expertise in animal production and molecular genomics and will engage with industry partners. You will be expected to support other scientists as well as PhD students working in the same area and build a positive workplace culture.
The person
Applicants will have a PhD in the area of molecular biology with knowledge of sequence analysis, genome wide association studies, and complex trait genetics together with demonstrated ability to analyse large genomic data sets and test hypothesis with these data
Remuneration
This is a full-time fixed term appointment of 24 months at Academic level A. The remuneration package will be in the range $81,545.80 - $87,535.13 p.a., plus employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% (total package will be in the range $95,408.59 - $102,416.10 p.a.).
Position Description
PD_PostDoctoral Fellow.pdf
Enquiries
To discuss this role please contact Dr Russel Lyons on *****31 + click to reveal or *****74 + click to reveal or email *****@uq.edu.au + click to reveal .
To submit an application for this role, use the Apply button below. All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover letter, Curriculum vitae and Selection Criteria responses.
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Looking for a unique working environment?
CLIPPER PEARLS is a busy pearling company established in 1988 and based in Broome WA. See www.clipperpearls.com.au 
We require Coxswains qualified skippers to join our team operating at our Quondong Point pearl farm. In this position you will be required to skipper cleaning vessels up to 12m in length, work as a deckhand when required and be willing to work an approximate 10 on/ 5 off roster.
Main tasks and responsibilities
 
Safety Maintenance Line maintenance, Shell Handling & Shell Cleaning Training & Communication
Skills and experience
Minimum Requirements
Coxswains Grade 2
6 months experience skippering vessels
Some experience with vessel maintenance
Senior First Aid Certificate
Marine Radio Operators Licence
 
Desirable
Coxswains Grade 1 or Master 5
Pearl farming experience
 
Abilities Required
Must be physically fit
Ability to work as part of a team and be a team leader
Good organisational skill
Excellent communication skills
Ability to obtain MSIC card (Federal Police clearance required)
Self motivated and a mature attitude
Job benefits and perks
Food, accommodation and laundry service provided free of charge while working on the mother ship.
To apply please send your cover letter and resume to *****@clipperpearls.com.au + click to reveal or phone *****56 + click to reveal for further details.
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Clipper Pearls has been producing fine quality pearls for over 29 years. Our pearl farm is located just north of Broome in WA to take full advantage of the pristine Kimberley coastal waters. It is also the home of the famous pinctada maxima oyster shell.
We are currently looking for a Full Time Senior Hatchery Technician to assist the Hatchery Manager in the running of our hatchery north of Broome, with a love of the great outdoors, demonstrated skill and experience in hatchery operations and ready to start in in December 2017.
Essential Job Functions
Must have a sound knowledge of all processes and components of the algal lab, other hatchery infrastructure (pipe-work, filtration, supply, discharge etc) and all legislative requirements set by the relevant government departments.
Maintain strict hygiene protocols applicable to algal culture and larval rearing.
Maintain stringent stock control of consumables and equipment 
Assist with all hatchery production processes as instructed by the Hatchery Manager.
Report daily to the Hatchery Manager all issues relating to algal and larval production.
Maintain an efficient data recording system.
Follow all procedures and protocols between spawnings and operational seasons, in accordance with the Hatchery Manager's requests.
Maintain and document strict procedural processes relating to both algal and larval culture.
Skills & Experience:
Minimum of two season's experience in a pearl oyster or mollusc hatchery. Thorough understanding of all processes related to algal culture and pearl oyster larval production. Current Driver's Licence. Current Senior First Aid Certificate. Police clearance or receipt to start
What would make you a standout applicant: 
Degree or diploma in any marine or aquatic science.
Experience in working with Pinctada maxima.
Ready to relocate to the beautiful Kimberley
 
Benefits: Work in a small team for a well established pearling company. Your salary includes 4 weeks annual leave, sick leave and 9.5% superannuation plus your accommodation is free when you are required to stay on site. 
 
For information on Clipper Pearls please visit our web page at http://www.clipperpearls.com.au/ or look us up on Facebook.
 
To apply please sned your cover letter and resume to *****@clipperpearls.com.au, or + click to reveal for further information please contact the Office on *****56. + click to reveal
This position is open to Australian and NZ citizens only.
 
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PET GROOMER
We are seeking an experienced Pet Groomer to join our highly motivated and friendly Veterinary Team. Must have a passion for all things pets and an exceptional eye for detail. Experience and excellent time management skills essential. Full Time and Part Time positions available.
Please send Resume with Cover Letter to:
*****@greencrossvet.com.au + click to reveal
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EARN a Negotiable Salary Package incl Super Join a Successful, Reputable & Innovative Farm Close Knit Team in a Family Orientated Environment! Training & Development with Excellent Career Opportunities Single Accommodation Provided in Salary Package Our Client
Our client is a mixed farming property including a piggery and grain and cattle situated on over 10,000 prime acres near Goondiwindi on Queensland's fertile Darling Downs. They are one of Australia's largest domestic suppliers of approved Free-Range pork, bred in accordance with the APIQ guidelines and were the first RSPCA approved piggery in Queensland. Our client provides its staff with a professional and positive work environment - offering fulfilling, diverse and rewarding work.
The Opportunity
Our client is seeking a Farm/ Station Hand to join their farm in Goondiwindi, QLD, to assist with animal husbandry and operate a range of machinery on the farm.
About You
To be successful in this role you will have experience in a similar role with experience driving tractors and telehandlers. Additionally, to be considered for this position you will have a current drivers licence and your own reliable vehicle and holding a relevant truck licence would be beneficial.
The ideal candidate for this role will be able to take responsibility and work autonomously and as part of a small team.
Apply today and don't miss out starting this opportunity as soon as possible.
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-  Permanent full-time role
-  Attractive remuneration package
-  Emerald QLD
Company
This well-established family-owned and operated horticulture company take pride in their management practices, strong clear lines of communication and high-quality produce. The company has a long-established reputation for quality, being one of the largest producers of citrus and table grapes for both domestic and export markets.
Located in Central Queensland, Emerald has a population of 16,000 people and is a successfully growing region for horticultural enterprises. Emerald is well serviced with six primary schools and three secondary schools, both public and private as well as the Central QLD University and Agricultural college. Emerald Airport is serviced by QantasLink, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and Alliance Airlines.
Position
The Farm Hand (Machinery Operator) will operate diverse plant and equipment across the company's citrus division and provide in-field support across the irrigation and planting team as required.
The role will encompass operation of:
Tractors and trucks, size ranging from 100-300hp Slashers, fertiliser spreaders and airblast herbicide sprayers 2.5t forklifts, Manitou forklifts Afron saw hedgers Backhoe excavators Tipper trailers
Education and Experience
To be considered or an interview you will have experience operating, driving and maintaining a range of modern heavy agricultural machinery and will possess appropriate licences. A current unencumbered drivers licence with a reliable form of transport is essential. Previous experience operating in a large-scale horticultural enterprise and post-secondary qualifications in horticulture production or agriculture will be highly regarded.
The company are seeking a well organised, team focussed individual with good communication skills, a common-sense approach and the ability to use their initiative to find practical solutions. Self-motivated and reliable, the successful candidate will have the experience to plan and prioritise their day-to-day workflow.
Knowledge of GPS guided systems and truck or HR licence would be an advantage.
Remuneration
An attractive remuneration package inclusive of super, housing allowance and vehicle will be negotiated to reflect skills and experience.
How To Apply
For a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Malik or Kelly Stihec on *****99 + click to reveal quoting reference number SM2886, or apply online with a resume and cover letter via the 'Apply' button.
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888 Abalone, located in Bremer Bay, is Western Australia's only land based abalone aquaculture facility and commercial hatchery. Our farm currently has the capacity to produce up to 100t of abalone pa. and has expansion plans for the future.
An excellent opportunity has become available for a full time hatchery and nursery technician.
This is a hands-on position that would be well suited to a recent university or tafe graduate. The successful candidate will be working with the Hatchery Manager to rear up to 3 million juvenile abalone per annum in the 888 hatchery and nursery. This is a great opportunity to gain on the job experience in the most important phase of abalone aquaculture, and be trained in all aspects of juvenile husbandry. There will be future opportunities to grow within the role, and the company hopes to provide future career paths for the suitable applicant.
Duties and Responsibilities include:
Assisting the hatchery manager with annual spawning's and larval rearing. Larval and broodstock husbandry. Husbandry of micro-algae cultures. Upkeep and monitoring of filtration systems. Data recording, analysis and report writing.
The ideal candidate would have the following attributes:
A well driven individual that is motivated to succeed Physically fit and comfortable with manual labour Comfortable living in a regional town Excellent attention to detail Can work with minimal supervision Good time management and organisation skills Ability to work varied hours and on weekends when required Competent with experimental design and carrying out a successful research trial Competent with Microsoft excel and basic statistics Sound report writing skills Proficient in the use of microscopes and laboratory equipment Australian permanent resident
Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Qualifications in aquaculture or marine science (university degree, tafe certificate, diploma or equivalent) Experience with aquaculture or farming desired but not essential
Applications should be made to the hatchery manager via email *****@888abalone.com.au or + click to reveal in person. Please provide a current resume and cover letter.  The successful applicant would start in either December or January depending on availability.
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Our client is a leading global agribusiness that works towards developing a collaborative and inspiring culture, where personal contribution is rewarded at the heart of their culture with an excellent working environment.
Due to an internal project they require a resource for a 3-month project based in their head office located at Macquarie Park looking to start in December.
The role will be working within the Regulatory Affairs team, who are in the process of updating internal documentation. You will be looking for someone to input data into their global CRM from local resources, dealing with Australian agricultural products.
The successful candidate will ideally have strong experience working in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PDF. You will be competent in working across web based systems, and have quick data entry and manipulation skills. A background working across any type of regulatory bodies or roles which required you to ensure content approval before publication would be viewed favourably.
This is a position with a global leading agribusiness, so an interest or background in chemicals or agriculture is essential. For further information or to apply, please either click the APPLY NOW, or contact David Jackson or Ryan Hoiberg on *****01 + click to reveal
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We're currently looking for an experienced Small Crops Farmhand to work with our client who is considered to be both an employer of choice and a true Bundaberg icon.
For the right person this will be an all year round labour hire role working to a 7 day rotating roster and carries a casual pay rate of between $23 - $25 p/hr. This challenging and diverse role will require you to possess the following qualities:
A minimum 2+years previous Small Crops experience Previous supervisory experience would be highly regarded Experience working with various small crops including but not limited to Watermelons, Sweet Potato, Ginger, Pineapples, Sugar Cane and Pumpkins Experience in Tractor operations Experience working with Trickle/Drip or Flood/Winching Irrigation Experience in chemical application and hold the relevant chemical licences Hold a current HR Truck licence (Desirable) Hold a current High Risk Forklift Ticket (Desirable)
In addition to the above attributes the successful candidate must also be motivated, disciplined, safety and detailed focused.
This position will demand you be a strong in relationship builder, and have the ability to use your initiative and quick thinking in order to reach the expected outcome.
If you interested in this position and are available for an immediate start please email your resume to *****@rsmpeople.com.au + click to reveal
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We are flexible! Are you looking for casual, part time or full time? We are happy to look at any option! 
We currently have a position available for an Experienced Dog Groomer to work in a busy, state of the art salon in Underwood! 
 
What's in it for you?
A clean, air conditioned, modern salon Established clients A great culture where your skills will be truly valued Uniform provided Equipment provided A stable guaranteed income 52 weeks of the year!
 
As an experienced Dog Groomer you will need to have at least a 1 years' experience in grooming and clipping across all breeds of dogs in a salon environment. You will possess confidence and a personable nature that will allow you to contribute to an already high growth business.
 
The successful candidates will have a strong customer service approach with excellent dog handling skills and breed knowledge.
 
As part of this process you will be asked to complete a two-hour grooming trial.
 
This is a business that truly values its people and has huge growth opportunities. If you are looking for a career in pets down the track then this is the business for you.
 
Interested? Hit the "Apply Now" button or email your resume to *****@bestresources.com.au + click to reveal or call *****75 + click to reveal
 
Only successful candidates will be contacted.
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Darling Range Wildlife Shelter (DRWS) has been an important part of the local community for close to 15 years. Volunteers are committed to rescuing, providing care and rehabilitating Australian native wildlife in need. The DRWS community supports school and further education placements. DRWS is active in raising awareness for wildlife and the natural environment through engagement with the community.
DRWS is seeking a passionate, motivated Wildlife Liaison and Support Manager. This is the first time such a role has been offered and aspects of the position are open to development. 
The Wildlife Liaison and Support Manager is responsible for the efficient, effective and professional functioning of the facility in accordance with the needs, strategy and philosophy of the shelter.
Your main responsibilities will include:
Ensuring high standards of practice, hygiene and wildlife care are upheld at all times. The capacity to provide guidance and education to ensure such standards are understood and upheld by all volunteers; Volunteer support including ongoing training and development, skilful leadership and a focus on safety; Managing and maintaining respectful working relationships within DRWS and with external stakeholders; Ensuring the review, development and continual improvement of policies, processes and procedures to ensure DRWS is running as efficiently and cost effectively as possible; Working alongside the DRWS Coordination and Management Team to provide feedback, technical and strategic input into DRWS operating procedures and standards; Focussing on patient welfare with the drive to continuously review/improve plans, procedures and equipment/structures in order to facilitate the shelter's aims and tagline that Every Critter Counts. Use of an internal database system for record keeping and patient management.
To be successful in this role, you will possess the following:
Experience and commitment to work to a high standard of care for wildlife in need; Current knowledge of legislative and regulatory requirements relevant to wildlife rehabilitation and management in WA; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Analytical, process review and problem-solving skills; A strong and mature approach to leadership; Experience in a coordination/supervisory role; Commitment to learning and using the DRWS database system.
DRWS functions seven days a week, every day of the year. The position is full time (38 hours per week), and the role will require working at least one weekend day per fortnight. There is flexibility to negotiate a job share (part time hours) for the position (minimum of 16 hours per week; pro rata salary), however the requirement for one weekend day per fortnight would continue.
The role is offered on a contract basis for an initial period of 6 months.
To apply, send your CV and cover letter to *****@darlingrangewildlife.com.au + click to reveal .Your cover letter should indicate your interest in DRWS and what we do. Please impress us with why you should be considered for the role.
Applications close 4 December 2017.
 
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Project Officer: Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme
Location: Launceston, Tasmania; may be required to travel across Tasmania.
Short-Term Full Time until 30 June 2018.
NRM North is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person to support delivery of the Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme (ALRS) across flood affected communities in Tasmania. 
The Tasmanian Government, in partnership with Tasmanian NRM regional bodies (NRM North, NRM South, and Cradle Coast NRM), are delivering the Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme (ALRS) to support recovery efforts following the June 2016 floods. The scheme assists flood-affected landowners and communities through funding projects aimed at rehabilitation of land and stream systems damaged as a result of the June 2016 floods. The focus of the program is to restore the capacity of the primary production sector and reduce impacts of future floods on productive land.
The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience:
• Demonstrated project support and implementation skills, particularly the capacity to meet project priorities, work to a project plan, assess risks, meet deadlines, assist and compile reporting against project outcomes and status, and achieve defined objectives.
• Knowledge and experience in riverine erosion management, flood mitigation, and agricultural landscape management.
• Demonstrated high level interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal), and proven ability to liaise, consult, negotiate and network with rural stakeholders and government on natural resource management issues.
• Able to communicate with technical and non-technical stakeholders, land        managers or groups, to facilitate the delivery of information, workshops or extension activities;  A copy of the Position Description and lodging requirements can be obtained from NRM North's website www.nrmnorth.org.au/positions-vacant
 
For any queries please contact Jesse Webster, Water Coordinator on *****77 + click to reveal or via email on  *****@nrmnorth.org.au + click to reveal
Applications addressing the selection criteria should be submitted to NRM North no later than COB (5:00pm) on 1st December 2017.
Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme Partners:  NRM North;  Cradle Coast NRM;  NRM South;  Tasmanian Government.