Specialised Breeders Australia is an established poultry breeding company. We have created a new position to take care of pest and weed control for our sites. If successful, you will need to be very reliable and able to organise your own work duties. A current driver's licence is essential for this position. In addition, it is critical that you do not keep any birds or pigs at your place of residence for the protection of our flocks.
To be successful, the following are required attributes for the role:
Ability to take instruction from your manager combined with the ability to head out to sites and manage your own work duties responsibly. Demonstrated ability to get along with people of all backgrounds and roles within the company. Positive communication skills. Literacy to the level that you can write readable comments on reports. Willingness and ability to engage in technical training for the role. A flexible approach to duties, dependent upon the rotating site roster. Task focused with a common sense approach and good work ethic.
To work for SBA you will need to pass a pre-employment medical and meet our biosecurity protocols. In return, you will be paid a fair salary and given reasonable autonomy in the position.
An on-site vehicle will ensure that you are not out of pocket for travel expenses. The vehicle will remain on site at the end of each day. It will be the responsibility of the role holder to keep the car clean and maintained.
If you are interested in this position, please Apply below by submitting your résumé along with a cover letter outlining why YOU think you are the best person for the job.
If Questions, please contact Katie on *****45 + click to reveal
Applications close Friday 13th October, 2017
SBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Fitter – South Davidson Farm
A full time position has become available within our organization for an experienced Fitter. The position is responsible for ensuring the functionality and reliability of machines, vehicles and mechanical systems on our South Davidson Farm.
The successful applicant will have

Experience in similar role (preferred) Able to maintain records as per requirements Have a strong commitment to Health & Safety Proven ability to work with various machines & tools, whilst adhering to all safety precautions. Proven ability to work as part of a team Attention to detail
Please send all applications to: ***** + click to reveal or Positions Vacant, PO Box 513, Tully.
Applications close Sunday 1st October 2017.
We are after an experienced groomer to join a fantastic team in Holden Hill! If you have at least 1 years grooming experience, then don't wait apply now! 
Are you looking to be part of an established salon with the best people and the best equipment?
We currently have a position available for an Experienced Dog Groomer for our salon in Holden Hill. This role requires someone with the ability to work a Tuesday to Saturday roster, who can work unassisted and clip and scissor across all breeds. 
What's in it for you?
A clean, air conditioned, modern salon Established clients Career opportunity! Staff Discount 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 ***** + click to reveal or call *****75 + click to reveal
Prestigious international University Wide range of employee benefits Be part of a small dedicated team
The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's leading Group of Eight, research-intensive Universities and is consistently ranked among the top 1% of Universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia's third oldest University with a strong reputation for preparing educated leaders and delivering research outcomes that contribute to local, national and global wellbeing.
The University of Adelaide operates Roseworthy Piggery, a commercial piggery which also provides a unique instructional and research environment for students and researchers at the University and SARDI. The facility is a 350 Sow level Farrow-to-Finish operation located on the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy Campus, approximately 15 minutes from the township of Gawler and approximately 45 minutes from the City of Adelaide.
We are seeking a qualified Piggery Attendant to support a small team with the day to day operations of the Roseworthy Piggery. This is a hands on role in general animal husbandry and includes farrowing, monitoring herd health status and production schedules. You will be required to assist the manager in maintaining a safe and healthy work environment and have good experience in maintaining equipment and facilities.
This casual opportunity has potential for long term career development.
To be successful you will need:
A certificate or equivalent formal training in Pork Production Ability to work independently or as part of a team Attention to detail in accurate record keeping An understanding of and ability to apply quality control techniques Well-developed experience in the Pork Industry A current driver’s licence (essential) Telehandler Operator licence (desirable)
Responses to the knowledge and experience selection criteria are NOT required in this instance. However, please upload a brief cover letter clearly identifying your interest this opportunity and how you would contribute through this role. Upload your cover letter into the selection criteria field of the online application form to enable submission. Please direct any enquiries to Mandy Holloway, HR Officer on *****40 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
Applications Close: Tuesday 3 Oct 2017
The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply.
Tassal Group Limited (TGR) is Australia's leading salmon and seafood company, supporting a number of leading brands;  with our delicious and healthy Atlantic Salmon grown in the pristine waters of Tasmania.
As an Employer of Choice, we provide a professional and highly rewarding environment for our team of over 1,200. We pride ourselves on our industry leadership position as we strive for excellence across our four critical factors of success (4P's) – Our People, Our Planet, Our Product and Our Performance.
We are looking for passionate Farmhands to join our Southern Zone team, based in Dover, Tasmania. You will be physically fit, have an interest in fish husbandry and be committed to safety in line with our Zero Harm culture.
If you are a self-motivated team player who has a passion for hands on work then we want to hear from you! 
Please apply now by clicking "Apply Now" or for further information please call Alexandra on *****18. + click to reveal
Applications close 12 October 2017
Unique opportunity to be the regional lead on complex natural resource management and agricultural issues. Ongoing (permanent) role located in Bathurst Utilise your knowledge in the delivery of services across the agricultural and biosecurity sector
A Talent Pool may be created from this recruitment action to fill future temporary and ongoing roles across the Central Tablelands (Bathurst, Cowra, Mudgee, Lithgow, Orange and Molong), LLS state-wide and across the NSW Public Service that may become available over the next 12 months.
About the Department
Local Land Services (LLS) works with land managers and the community to improve primary production within healthy landscapes. We help people make better decisions about the land they manage and assist rural and regional communities to be profitable and sustainable into the future. We connect people with groups, information, support and funding to improve agricultural productivity and better manage our natural resources.
Local Land Services is one statewide organisation offering integrated services, delivered regionally and tailored for each community, industry and landscape.
We work to develop:
• Resilient, self-reliant and prepared local communities
• Biosecure, profitable, productive and sustainable primary industries
• Healthy, diverse and connected natural environments
For more information about the Department click here to go to the Local Land Services website.
About the Role
The Senior Land Services Officer Biosecurity (SLSO) role delivers services to farmers and the community to help them manage our landscapes to be healthy and productive including the provision of natural resource management and agricultural productivity information, advice and extension services; assessment of clearing applications; management of major natural resource management and agricultural productivity projects; delivery of emergency planning, preparedness, response and recovery services; development of major partnerships and collaboration; negotiation and resolution of complex natural resource management and agricultural productivity issues; provision of leadership and support to small project teams; monitoring, evaluation, reporting and improvement of programs and projects and contribute to strategic planning.
In this unique SLSO role you will be required to lead regional pest animal planning including committee processes and stakeholder engagement, provide advice, deliver on-ground biosecurity services and conduct regulatory activities across animal biosecurity and welfare, invasive species and the emergency response fields. You will also be expected to provide valuable support biosecurity information management and mapping (GIS).
For more information about the role please contact the designated officer below, alternatively click here to view the role description.
Essential requirements
To be considered for this role it is essential that you have:
A degree in agricultural, environmental, natural resource management, biosecurity and emergency management and/or equivalent level of industry knowledge and experience. Skills and ability to use a range of computer software including word processing, databases and spreadsheets. Current drivers licence and willingness to travel.
In order to be effective in this role it is highly desirable that you have:
Knowledge and/or experience in the use of pesticides and accredited to handle 1080 poison concentrate, or the capacity to gain this accreditation Capacity to be appointed as an authorized officer and hold a firearms license (note: the successful candidate will be required to undergo a criminal record check and be deemed suitable to hold a firearms license) GIS capability or the willingness to learn
Applying for the Role:
Applicants should address in a cover letter [maximum 2 pages] with regards to the requirements of the role, as well as supplying an updated copy of their resume [maximum 5 pages] with relevant skills and experience. You may also be asked to respond to target questions as part of the application process.
Part of the assessment process may include additional online capability testing, skills testing or work samples in accordance with the new Government Sector Employment Act 2013; therefore you may be contacted to participate. For more information regarding capability based assessment techniques, please read the article below:
Closing Date:3rd October 2017
Enquiries Person:Clare Hamilton *****59 + click to reveal
Additional Information: Applications must be lodged electronically. Applications submitted via email will not be accepted. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
We are a boutique salon located in Willoughby on the lower North Shore with great public transport.
We are require an experienced Dog Groomer with minimum of 3 years industry experience in grooming and clipping across all breeds of dogs in a salon environment.
You will be working with professional friendly team who possess Local and Japanese experience.
To further your future career within a growing industry.
We offer competitive rate of pay depend on your work and experience.
-Established clients
-full time (Tues-Friday and Sunday )
-part time also available
-joining a highly trained staff
-clean, air conditioned, modern salon
Able to work in Australia and working holiday visa welcome.
You will be given a 2 dogs for a trial.
Please email your resume and photo of your works to ***** + click to reveal or call *****30 + click to reveal
Look forward to hearing from you
The Ag Shop is a family owned and run business specialising in agricultural parts supply and service in 2 locations of Hyden and Kulin, Western Australia.
The Ag Shop provides a vast range of parts and supplies to the agricultural, automotive and industrial sectors, which include machine/vehicle parts, harvest and seeding parts, workshop supplies, oils and filters, work clothes, tools, hydraulics and hoses plus much more.
We are looking for a frontline sales and service person with a working knowledge of agricultural parts and service to assist the local farming community and surrounding areas.
The role would include:
Translation and sourcing of parts and supplies                                    Invoicing and stock control Some basic repairs and advice                                                                          -     Assist day to day management of store Hyden or Kulin residential with accommodation offered
Following skills highly sought after
Proven sound mechanical/agricultural knowledge                                                                      -        Excellent communication skills Ability to build and maintain relationships with clients                                      Basic computer skills Record keeping                                                                                                          Reliable and motivated Valid and current Drivers License Forklift ticket
Salary may be negotiable depending on applicant skills and knowledge.  Position will be 5 days a week and alternate 1/2 day Saturdays.  If you feel this is you and would like a tree change, please contact us as per below details:
Applications to:
Lorraine Wikitera – The Ag Shop
M: *****06 + click to reveal
Email:  ***** + click to reveal
For more information, please call Andrew after 5pm on *****37 + click to reveal
The Griffith University (GU) Agribusiness research hub is located within the Griffith Asia Institute and engages in research studies that directly relate to the business end of agriculture. The principal aim of GU Agribusiness is to provide high-quality research and analysis in global agribusiness programs. GU Agribusiness researchers study the business areas of agricultural production, supply and demand in developed and developing countries. Our research projects include farming and contract farming, post-harvest, marketing, distribution, processing and retail industry studies.
This is a fixed term (two years), part time (80%) position based at the Nathan campus. The role:
The Agribusiness Project Coordinator assists the GU Agribusiness research team in developing the GU Agribusiness research program. The focus of the role includes detailed planning, implementation and delivery of externally funded research projects and related outputs. The position provides project coordination to deliver nationally competitive grant applications, project activities, publications, as well as coordinating communcation strategies, events, human resource management and finances. The person:
The successful applicant will hold a relevant tertiary qualification combined with a proven track record in effective project management, or an equivalent combination of relevant skills, knowledge and experience. The appointee will have high level organisational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work autonomously as part of the team. To be successful the appointee will have well developed problem solving skills in large projects and cross-cultural contexts. Salary range:
HEW Level 6: $73,372 - $78,442 (pro rata) per annum. Salary package including 17% employer superannuation contribution: $85,846 - $91,777 (pro rata) per annum. Application requirements:
Please ensure your application includes the following:
Statement addressing each of the selection criteria in the position description One page covering letter outlining your suitability for the role Current curriculum vitae/resume which should include: Full name, address, telephone number and email address; Details of education, professional training and qualifications; Employment history, including present position; Name and email contact of three referees.

Obtain the position description by clicking on the Apply button. You will be redirected to the Griffith University job search page where you will be able to access the position description.

Applicants for General Staff positions (non-academic) must have unrestricted work rights.
Applications close at 5pm on the closing date. All applications must be submitted online. Further Information:
For further information about this role, please contact Associate Professor Robin Roberts, Research Leader, Agribusiness on *****85 + click to reveal or via email ***** + click to reveal (enquiries only) For application queries, please contact Ms Busra Sevimli, HR Officer on *****59. + click to reveal Closing date: Thursday, 28 September 2017 at 5 pm AEST.
Clipper Pearls has been producing fine quality pearls for over 28 years. Our pearl farm is located just north of Broome in WA to take full advantage of the pristine Kimberley coastal waters.
We are now looking for mature, energetic and experienced divers to join our team.
In this role you will be responsible for the maintenance of the diver boats, diving equipment, moorings, and shell husbandry.
Essential qualifications:
Rescue Diver or Diver Master accreditation  50 hours of logged dives Dive Medical AS/NZS 2299.1:2015 by a certified SPUMS dive doctor Senior First Aid certificate Advanced CPR resuscitation & defibrillation Coxswains is desirable
To apply for either of these roles please email your resume and a cover letter to ***** + click to reveal
This position is open to Australian and New Zealand citizens and residents only.
This Australian wholesaler provides supply-chain solutions to a variety of blue-chip clients here and across the world in the fresh and chilled category. This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated Buyer to join the business, north of the river. Like many roles in this category, this role starts early in the morning and concludes in the mid-afternoon.
The Opportunity:
This organisation enjoys a team first approach which celebrates diversity and inclusiveness. The ideal candidate will be career focused and looking to forge a career into management within this rapidly growing market leader. Accordingly, this is an exciting opportunity to consolidate your career within a leading agribusiness sector.
In this fast-paced position, you will be responsible for:
Daily management of a portfolio of national suppliers and farmers, negotiating mutually beneficial buying agreements Developing and enhancing external relationships across the complete supply-chain Advising Operations Manager on product availability Project planning for annual peak times Working with in-bound and out-bound D.C on planned logistics Contributing to new product development with management team Developing contingency plans and reacting quickly to changes of circumstances such as poor weather conditions
To be successful in this position, you will be a highly motivated procurement or sales professional with experience in the fresh food or temperature controlled industries. You will thrive in a phone based position where negotiation and customer service remain paramount at all times. A fast learner, you will also possess strong communication and administrative skills. Candidates with previous exposure to the manufacturing sector will be viewed favourably.
The Offer:
On offer is a generous salary coupled with the opportunity to join an organisation enjoys a team first approach, which celebrates diversity and inclusiveness. The ideal candidate will be career focused and looking to forge a career into management. For more information please call Charles Linton on *****42. + click to reveal
Top Multiplier is a modern commercial pig farm. Our farm is located near the Barossa Valley in South Australia.
We are seeking to employ an enthusiastic person wanting to work with animals. Pig farming is a very interesting career path with opportunities to learn about nutrition and animal health and husbandry. Previous experience is an advantage but not essential as we will train a person with a great attitude and positive outlook.
This Piggery Stockperson role is a full-time permanent position. We will tailor a salary package and long-term career pathway for suitable applicants in our growing business.
The role will include a variety of tasks including: pig breeding, birthing, animal husbandry and cleaning with daily pig checks and husbandry. The successful applicant will have a particular focus on the pig grower and finisher sections. You will need to be able to work in with other team members and be flexible with working conditions.
On site accommodation will be offered to suitable candidates.
We may request a medical examination and drug and alcohol testing prior to employment.
All enquiries will be treated with confidentiality.
A current CV with current references must be supplied to be considered for an interview.
Applications close 20th October 2017
Email details to: ***** + click to reveal
About the business and the role
Woodbridge Smokehouse (WBSH) is a leading brand in Australia and Asia of artisan smoked salmon and ocean trout. To meet future (and seasonal) demands WBSH is looking for an experienced fish filleter to add to its operational team on a contract basis (3 months) to start ASAP.
Job tasks and responsibilities
Core duties required are filleting HOG Salmon and Ocean Trout, artisanal smoking, processing and packing, associated paper work and QA recording. 
Skills and experience
Experience (2 plus years) in filleting HOG Salmon and Ocean Trout commercially essential (or other market fish), artisanal smoking of fish (or meats well regarded), QA documentation (AQIS knowledge well regarded), team player, outgoing and hard working. 
Job benefits and perks
Attractive package offered for the right candidate with possibilities of extending the term of the contract. Please do not contact WBSH directly but reply to ***** account + click to reveal
This highly prestigious role is working in a well-respected and competitive company that supplies advanced and specialised veterinary pharmaceuticals to veterinarians, rural retailers, pet shops, saddleries and trainers. A name that is synonymous with success, based on its commitment to its people and products.
Realising significant market growth, the need to find a dynamic Animal Health Sales Rep has arisen based in the South East corner of Victoria. For this highly pivotal role, we are seeking to appoint energetic and clinically aware professionals to join this successful business. 
Generating market share growth of innovative products in a designated territory to targeted veterinarians and other industry equine managers Selling and presenting through personal sales calls Following all established territory sales policies Completing quarterly business plans and monthly expense reports in a timely manner  Utilising resources to create a positive and professional impression  Attending national and regional trade shows and any regional or national sales meetings as required. 
Tertiary degree or equivalent related experience 1 – 2 years + experience selling in the Equine or Veterinary industry Previous relationships with key equine vets & horse trainers across SE VIC Proven self-starter and team player willing to learn, travel and work with long distance supervision   Proven sales/ persuasion skills Effective communication skills and demonstrated leadership abilities  Account management experience. 
This is an exceptional opportunity with a company that promotes from within and offers career development opportunities and ongoing training. Salary is negotiable on experience.  A lucrative salary package can be expected- Base $70k + Car + Super + Comms. If this sounds like you, apply immediately to ***** + click to reveal or phone Shannon on *****40 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
NB: All candidates that meet our clients shortlist will be contacted.  If you know someone who would thrive in the role, then please forward this advertisement. 
Mulgowie Farming Company is one of the largest and most respected horticultural businesses in Australia, specializing in the growing, packing and marketing of fresh produce for domestic and export markets. We are an Australian owned and operated family company.
We are currently seeking a Farm Hand who will be undertaking all farming operations including spraying duties. This position based at Bowen and report to the Farm Operations Manager.
Success in this role will be around your ability to adhere to set spraying protocols, understanding chemical and fertiliser application and to work positively within an established team, while acting as an advocate for Mulgowie's Vision, Mission and Values.
Experience and skills required:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including supporting diversity in the workplace and ability to work effectively in a team environment Application of set chemicals and fertilisers within required timeframes and temperature constraints Monitoring equipment and ensuring all prestart procedures are undertaken Ensuring all safety standards are implemented High levels of attention to detail and demonstrated ability to plan and prioritise Experience in spray rig operation Relevant Chemcert qualifications & extensive work experience within this field is required
If this sounds like you, please forward application and resume to ***** + click to reveal
Full time position available on a progressive 650 cow dairy farm in Waratah Bay. Involves milking and general farm duties. 3 Bedroom house available for rent Please Call - Stuart *****25 + click to reveal Jacqui *****25 + click to reveal
Experienced Dairy Farm contractors are required to provide the operational management and the majority of the labour for this well developed 300ha dry land Dairy Farm milking 350 cows. Given that the successful candidates will have a high degree of control over the dairy business, a proven track record is essential. Remuneration will be based on cow numbers, milk quality and productivity. For position description and further information contact the business owner on *****70 + click to reveal
Wholesale Nurseryperson required in Heatherton. Manual Labour Forklift & Bobcat experience preferred but not essential. Monday to Friday
Expressions of Interest
Seeking enthusiastic starters for the pearling industry
■ Broome Based
Founded in 1952, Paspaley is a diverse group of companies. Whilst its core business is pearling, including pearl production, wholesale and retail, it also has extensive involvement in the aviation industry, the rural industry and commercial property.
Our pearling operation is extensive and spans coastal regions from Exmouth, WA around to the north of Darwin, NT. Our pearl farms are positioned amongst some of the world's most spectacular coastline and unique marine environments.
Working for Paspaley you would be expected to reside in Broome, Australia and work on a full time basis; on a cycle of 2 weeks on, 1 week off.
We seek people in excellent health, with a good work ethic and who are committed to making a career in the pearling industry to register their interest in the following opportunities:
■ Pearl Farm Deckhand
The main role of a Deckhand is shell cleaning and involves the removal of marine growth, general shell care, husbandry of the shell and maintenance of the associated infrastructure.
Although all training will be provided, having previous sea going experience and/or marine qualifications and knowledge will be considered an advantage.
All candidates must:
Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen Have a consistent working history in a manual labour, marine or agricultural environment Have a satisfactory police clearance Have the ability to work in a team orientated environment Have experience working in remote areas and locations Have the experience or ability to work at sea
All employees will be subject to a pre-employment medical and drug and alcohol testing.
Applications consisting of a resume outlining work history and background should be addressed to the Pearling Support Manager via *****, + click to reveal Applications close 19 October 2017.
The University of Adelaide operates Roseworthy Piggery, a commercial piggery which also provides a unique instructional and research environment for students and researchers at the University and SARDI. The facility is a 350 Sow level Farrow-to-Finish operation located on the University of Adelaide's Roseworthy Campus, approximately 15 minutes from the township of Gawler and approximately 45 minutes from the City of Adelaide.
We are seeking a qualified piggery attendant to support a small team with the day to day operations of the Roseworthy Piggery. This is a hands on role in general animal husbandry and includes farrowing, monitoring herd health status and production schedules.  You will be required to assist the manager in maintaining a safe and healthy work environment and have good experience in maintaining equipment and facilities.
This position will commence on a casual basis with an opportunity to transfer to continuing employment.
To be successful you will need:
A certificate or equivalent formal training in Pork Production
Ability to work independently or as part of a team
Attention to detail in accurate record keeping
An understanding of and ability to apply quality control techniques
Preferably a minimum of two years' experience in the Pork Industry
A current drivers licence (essential)
Telehandler Operator licence (desirable)
Please direct any enquiries to Mandy Holloway, HR Officer on *****40 + click to reveal
To apply send a cover letter and CV to ***** + click to reveal  
 Applications Close: Tues 3 Oct 2017