Feed Mill Operator

Your Employer:
A privately-owned, leading agribusiness with over 400 employees across livestock, cropping, production, and supply chain operations, our client has supplied Australians with high-quality Egg products for over 65 years. Providing a diverse range of prospects for personal and professional growth, they invest heavily in their workforce, ensuring a cohesive and supportive team of professionals.  

With over 2000 tonnes of feed produced per week, the need for skilled Feed Mill Operators are now required at their Millmerran-based Feed Mill.

About the Role:
As a Feed Mill Operator, you are responsible for various tasks associated with the receival, handling, testing, and milling of commodities. Working Monday to Friday, averaging 38 to 45 hours per week, your duties will include:

  • Operate the feed mill in accordance with established work practices;
  • Assist with the maintenance of the Feed Mill equipment, building and surrounds;
  • Safely and competently operate a forklift;
  • Safely and efficiently assist with the receival of commodities into the mill;
  • Control stock levels, monitoring and advising when levels may be low;
  • Weigh trucks through the weighbridge as and when required;
  • Test grain in accordance with established work practices;
  • Drive feed body trucks (on site only, truck licence is not required);
  • Prepare and bag product as required.

About You:
With a strong commitment to safe work practices, you will have previous experience in a Feed Mill and/or similar production environment.

To be considered for this role, it’s important you can address the following:

  • Valid Forklift Licence
  • Open Driver’s Licence (Essential)
  • Physically capable of performing labour-intensive tasks such as; heavy lifting, climbing ladders, pushing/pulling, and other related tasks.
  • Basic computer skills and a mechanical aptitude is desirable, though not essential
  • Availability to work between the hours of 4am and 4pm
  • Full Australian working rights

Please note: Candidates must be willing to adhere to strict bio-security requirements, which include not keeping live birds, chickens or pigs at home.  You must be willing to sign our bio-security agreement to avoid contact with any avian species (birds, chickens, ducks, turkeys, etc.). 

Benefits:
On successful completion of probation and a consistently demonstrated positive work ethic will result in an additional Award Bonus and additional training to increase employee value within the Division. 
  
Choose Agri Talent
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian agribusiness. We combine a proven, process-driven approach with the most extensive digital network in agriculture to find your permanent people.

For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Ben Frazer, Recruitment Consultant, Agri Talent: 0439 093 516.

HR Officer

Our client
Our client is Australia’s largest vertically integrated horticulture company.  Their portfolio spans the nation and includes citrus, table grapes, avocados, mushroom, and berries. This revered company provides significant opportunity to build a career in human resource management.
 
They are widely recognised for their genuine commitment to investing in their people, supporting local communities, implementing best practice management, and adopting sustainable farming practices.  This iconic Australian company is entering an exciting new phase of its history.   

Your Role
This is a new role and is in the highly regarded national citrus and table grape HR team. It is the perfect role to start, learn and grow into the HR function from the bottom up. 
 
Based in Emerald, reporting to the HR Manager for central QLD, located at one of the most strategically important sites in the portfolio.  This is a busy role at the centre of the action, supporting managers to staff their businesses to grow, harvest, pack and distribute one of the most sought-after citrus products on the planet. 
 
You will play a pivotal role in supporting the HR Manager and contributing to the overall success of the business, learning as you go. You will be responsible for a diverse range of HR administration in the first instance but with a clear eye on becoming an HR Advisor over time.
 
Your key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the recruitment processes with candidate care and accurate documentation.
  • Coordinate new employee onboarding, including orientations and training coordination.
  • Provide guidance and support to managers and employees on common HR policies and procedures.
  • Maintain accurate employee records.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of HR-related training programs.
  • Stay updated on industry trends and HR best practices, making recommendations for continuous improvement.
  • Supporting the HR Manager as required.

 
About You
You may have a new HR qualification, you may have experience equivalent to, or you may want to get into HR and obtain qualifications over time.  Most importantly, however, you will be able to demonstrate high achievement orientation, high initiative, a high concern for standards, learning agility, excellent social skills, and a genuine concern for supporting a multicultural workforce with a myriad of HR questions.     
 
To be successful in this role, it is important you can address the following –

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels of the organisation.
  • Some exposure to a fast-paced business environment
  • Ability to travel to farms locally and regionally.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
  • Highly organised with excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks effectively.
  • Relevant qualifications preferred but not essential.

 
The Benefits

  • Industry leading salary package on offer
  • Relocation assistance

 
Choose Agri Talent
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian and NZ agribusinesses. Our extensive network connects high-calibre candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across the agriculture sector.
 
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Marcela Rocha-Lima on 0467 063 538 or Bruce Highfield on 0473 597 731.

Farm Supervisor

Our Client
  
Our client is a leading agribusiness with a diverse portfolio across tree cropping, broadacre, viticulture, and more. They foster a culture of innovation and provide ongoing mentorship and external development opportunities to support both personal and professional growth.

Committed to giving back, they invest in local communities while developing and implementing innovative farming practices that drive quality. They combine cutting-edge farm management with exceptional environmental stewardship, meeting the highest standards.

Your Role
  
As the Farm Supervisor, you work closely with the Farm Manager and play a pivotal role in assisting in managing the daily operations of our client’s 220ha macadamia property, perfectly located just 25km from Bundaberg. Your role will range from overseeing irrigation through to machinery operation and supervising crews during harvest.
  
They are also developing an additional 200ha which is due to be planted in 2025 – offering you additional exposure to greenfield development. In addition to the above your role will also include, but not be limited to –
  

  • Providing leadership and mentorship to casual and permanent staff
  • Oversee and optimise irrigation scheduling and maintenance to ensure efficient water usage and plant health.
  • Supervise the utilisation of farm machinery for tasks like spraying, pruning, planting, and harvesting, ensuring adherence to best practices and safety protocols.
  • Develop and implement operational plans and budgets in collaboration with the Farm Manager.
  • Conduct regular orchard inspections, monitoring crop health and identifying areas for improvement.
  • Liaise with key stakeholders, including agronomists, contractors, and suppliers, to ensure smooth operations.

About you
  
Our ideal candidate will be highly organised and collaborative, with operational farm experience across tasks such as labour management, maintenance, irrigation, and hands-on orchard work. Whilst previous experience in macadamia’s is not essential, experience in tree cropping / orchard would be highly regarded.


Furthermore, you will be adaptable, flexible, and possess a keen eye for identifying opportunities for innovation and improvement in farm management practices.

  • 2-3 years of experience in a leadership role within a horticulture environment, preferably with irrigation and machinery expertise.
  • Good understanding of irrigation principles, best practices, and maintenance procedures.
  • Proven track record of leading and motivating teams.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organisational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively to solve problems and make sound decisions.
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety and adherence to safety regulations.
  • A keen eye for detail and a passion for maintaining a productive and organized orchard environment.

Benefits:

  • $80k – $90k + Super – negotiable for the right candidate
  • Tool of Trade Vehicle
  • Participate in annual incentive program at 10% of annual salary.
  • Work mobile phone.
  • Leave loading.  
  • Opportunity to contribute to a leading sustainable agriculture company.
  • Supportive and collaborative team environment
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

How to apply
  
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Nick Marchant, Partner, Agri Talent: 0476 884 936.

Farm Supervisor

Our client
  
Our client is a highly reputable, industry-leading agribusiness with a diverse portfolio of properties, across the tree cropping, broadacre and viticulture spheres, to name a few. In addition to their diverse portfolio, they boast a culture that breeds innovation and personal & professional growth – offering ongoing mentorship and external development opportunities.
  
Furthermore, they are committed to investing in local communities, all whilst developing and implementing innovative farming practices that drive quality; they combine leading farm management techniques with outstanding environmental stewardship to meet the highest of standards.
  
The Role


As the Farm Supervisor, you’ll play a key role in assisting in managing daily irrigation (lateral & flood) and cropping activities on our clients flagship, 8,000ha mixed-cropping property located in Hillston, NSW. You’ll need to be hands on when required, as well as ensuring your team maintains irrigation infrastructure as well as minimising disruptions during breakdowns and decommissions. You’ll be instrumental in implementing site-specific programs, actively monitoring soil moisture, and keeping farm equipment and infrastructure in top shape.


Developing and growing your team of 4 will be key, you’ll mentor and train permanent and casual staff, ensuring they skilfully manage tasks.
Further to the above, your duties will include but not be limited to:
  

  • Collaborate with management to prepare weekly irrigation schedules.
  • Assist the Farm Manager in recording and maintaining detailed irrigation records, including power and water usage, water table readings, and other critical events.
  • Provide clear direction and effectively assign tasks to your team.
  • Lead and support your team in achieving performance goals.
  • Manage risks and incidents according to our client’s WHS systems.
  • Motivate your team to achieve ambitious production targets while fostering a positive and collaborative work environment.
  • Develop and implement farm plans that align with best practices, environmental regulations, and budgetary constraints.
  • Oversee the efficient use of water resources, including managing our modern GPS irrigation systems.
  • Conduct regular crop monitoring to track progress and make informed decisions throughout the growing season.
  • Supervise farm maintenance tasks and ensure equipment readiness to avoid downtime during critical periods.
  • Uphold a strong safety culture by enforcing safe work practices and procedures.

  
About you
  
This unique opportunity will suit a passionate individual looking to take a step up within or transition into the cropping space.  
  
Time management and planning will be key for this role, along with good communication skills and an understanding that you will have to be hands on when required. To be considered for the role, it’s important you can address the following criteria:

  • Demonstratable leadership skills with a talent for motivating and developing team members
  • Knowledge of broadacre or irrigated cropping will be regarded but not essential.
  • Good mechanical and problem solving aptitude
  • A commitment to safety and a proactive approach to risk management
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • The ability to work independently and collaboratively to solve problems and make decisions
  • A keen eye for detail and a passion for continuous improvement
  • ChemCert Certification
  • Current driver’s licence

Benefits

  • Competitive salary package – or hourly rate
  • Family-sized 3 bedroom home
  • Fully maintained work ute
  • Relocation assistance for the right candidate
  • Leave loading
  • Annual budget for personal and professional development / further education
  • Bonus / incentive structure

Choose Agri Talent
  
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Nick Marchant on 0476 884 936.

Group Human Resources Manager

Our client.
  
Our client is a family business with a rich history dating back to the gold rush.  They are more than a meat company; they are legendary in the Australian meat industry.  Their storied history is underpinned by unwavering dedication to their front-line staff, innovation, uncompromising quality, and a laser beam approach to customer satisfaction.  At their core, they are driven by a mission to deliver the finest beef to their customers, emphasizing excellence over being the biggest.  They have close family ties to their growers, who produce prime cattle herds in some of southern Australia’s most pristine cattle producing regions.
  
The company is strategically located across three export accredited processing facilities.  They support local businesses, provide close to 1000 local jobs, and prioritize animal welfare.  They are committed to the long term and have invested heavily in the very latest industry technology.    It is a business built on family values, personal accountability, and community collaboration.
  
Your role
  
We seek an HR Leader who embodies their spirit of community and dedication. This role is ideal for someone who thrives on direct involvement in operations, possesses a deep-seated passion for hands-on HR work that genuinely enhances the capabilities of frontline managers, and exemplifies leadership and mentorship within a manufacturing matrix environment.
  
Key Responsibilities,
  

  • Labour hire contractor management
  • Management of multi-channel recruitment processes
  • Monitor and manage the impact of employee relations legislation.
  • Monitor and manage immigration legislative changes, contractors, and processes.
  • Support managers and embedded HR staff manage complex people issues.
  • Manage signature HR systems and processes.
  • Mentor and coach managers at all levels to perform at their optimum
  • Identify and redesign systems, processes, structures, and roles causing interference to productivity.
  • Support the CEO and production managers optimize and grow the business.

    
You
  
To be a key influencer in the business you will require well rounded generalist HR skills and experience in a related people intensive production, manufacturing, maintenance, construction, or services environment.
  
Specifically, you will,
  

  • Possess a willingness to travel regionally to support business activities.
  • Successfully manage in a matrix environment.
  • Be able to build rapport with people at all levels of the organization.
  • Support Business Unit Managers introduce productivity improvements.
  • Thrive in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Coach and mentor managers to operate to their full capacity.
  • Drive succession planning process by identifying internal talent.

  
Choose Agri Talent
  
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian and New Zealand Agriculture.
  
Our unsurpassed and extensive network connects high-calibre candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across the agriculture sector.
  
For further information or a confidential discussion please contact Bruce Highfield on 0473 597 731.

Regional Sales Manager

Your Employer
Our client is a highly innovative irrigation specialist company offering growers a state-of-the-art decision support system and alternative options designed to reduce water wastage globally. With foundations in the Middle East and growing operations across the world, they have offices in Israel, USA, Africa, and Australia.

With a culture that promotes opportunities for professional development and a vibrant multi-national company, they are now seeking a Regional Sales Manager to join their business and play a key role in their fast-growing organisation.
 
The Role
On behalf of our client, we are seeking an individual to drive sales growth in QLD (mainly, but not limited to QLD) by leading direct sales, creating strategic alliances and relationships with important reseller organisations, regional distributors, and large farming corporations. The incumbent in this role will monitor customer, market, and competitor activity weekly to build and adapt appropriate strategic plans for the assigned geography.

As a leader of the sales team, the Regional Sales Manager will report directly to Australia’s General Manager and be responsible for engaging and maintaining close relationships with growers, companies, and key industry players in each region, with the purpose of developing sales and enabling a comprehensive understanding of trends and opportunities.

Your duties will include (but not be limited to) the following:

  • Plan and facilitate routine strategic sales calls with sales team and regional distributors
  • Ensure the sales team provides good service and support to the business’ partners and distributors
  • Participate in sales activities including conferences, trade shows, field days, etc.
  • Support installations, service requirements and operational needs
  • In charge of correct usage and implementation of CRM in the company
  • Periodic reporting of the Sales plan progress and statistics to GM
  • Business travel required Australia-wide

This role is suitable for someone based in Toowoomba or surrounding towns.
 
About You
Our ideal candidate will be driven, with a strong background in agricultural sales. Honesty and authenticity are key, coupled with great interpersonal skills and a genuine passion for the Agricultural industry. Furthermore, you will be adaptable, organised, and professional.

To be considered for the role, it is important that you can address the following:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in sales.
  • Exposure to broadacre cropping is highly desirable (Cotton and Grains favourable)
  • Agronomy diploma or degree is highly desirable
  • Ability to work as part of a team, or independently as required

 
Benefits

  • Industry leading salary package
  • Fully maintained company vehicle
  • Career development opportunities
  • Relocation assistance

 
Choose Agri Talent
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian and NZ agribusiness. Our extensive network connects high-calibre candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across Australia’s agriculture sector.
 
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Marcela Rocha-Lima – Recruitment Consultant – on 0467 063 538.

Farm Manager

Your Employer
  
Our client is a highly reputable, industry-leading agribusiness with a diverse portfolio of properties; across the tree cropping, broadacre and viticulture space. They boast a culture that breeds innovation and personal & professional growth.
  
They are committed to investing in local communities while developing and implementing innovative farming practices that drive quality. They combine leading farm management techniques with outstanding environmental stewardship to meet the highest standards.
  
Your Role
  
As the Farm / Orchard Manager, you will play a pivotal role in managing and overseeing the daily operations of our client’s 450ha macadamia property. The farm is perfectly located just 15 minutes outside of Emerald, QLD, and equipped with modern infrastructure as well as an experienced team of 9 permanent staff, to include irrigation, operations, and administration.
  
You will collaborate with the MD of Operations, agronomists, and other resources to achieve optimal yields. You’ll also focus on mentoring and developing the team while fostering a positive and safety-first work environment.
  
Your responsibilities will also include, but not be limited to –

  • Developing and implementing strategic farm operations plans with senior management.
  • Continuously seeking innovations and productivity gains to enhance irrigation practices and reliability.
  • Taking a proactive approach to business improvement through planning, recording, analysing costs, and implementing ongoing refinements.
  • Overseeing meetings and reports to ensure timely information flow to the corporate office.
  • Creating and implementing plans and budgets for farm growth, optimizing plantation development, irrigation systems, and broader farming practices.
  • Managing resources and equipment for smooth and efficient daily operations.
  • Ensuring proper induction, training, and supervision for employees regarding environmental, animal welfare, health, and safety (EWH&S) policies and procedures.
  • Upholding sustainability, food safety, and quality assurance standards that exceed industry requirements.
  • Developing the annual harvest program, including labour scheduling and crop estimates.
  • Assisting in prioritizing costs and capital expenditure.

About you
  
Our ideal candidate will come with experience in a similar role with demonstratable commercial acumen and knowledge of end-to-end horticultural tree cropping operations – preferably with macadamia experience.
You will be a strong leader with excellent interpersonal skills to build trust with colleagues, contractors, and customers. You will be adaptable, flexible, and possess a keen eye for identifying opportunities for innovation and improvement in farm management practices.
Further to the above, it is important you can address the following –

  • Tertiary qualification(s) in agriculture or horticulture (regarded)
  • Experience in managing large-scale tree-cropping properties
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to build trust with colleagues, contractors, and customers.
  • Adaptability and flexibility to changing work environments and requirements.
  • Ability to identify opportunities for innovation and improvement in farm management practices.
  • Prior experience operating and managing irrigation systems in a horticultural cropping environment.
  • Able to work flexibly and demonstrate problem-solving skills
  • Current driver’s license
  • Good business acumen with strong numeracy, financial management, and communication skills.

Benefits

  • Highly competitive salary package
  • Family-sized home
  • Fully maintained work ute
  • Relocation assistance for the right candidate
  • Leave loading
  • Annual budget for personal and professional development / further education
  • Bonus structure

How to apply
  
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Nick Marchant, Partner, Agri Talent: 0476 884 936.

Feed Mill Supervisor

Our client

Our client, a family-owned and operated business located in Murringo, just outside of Young, NSW, has been specialising in certified organic chicken, turkey, and lamb production for over 25 years. Their passion for sustainable and ethical farming practices fuels their commitment to providing the highest quality organic products to their customers.
  
Your role
  
Due to growth, our we are seeking a driven and reliable Miller to play a crucial key role in our client’s operation, ensuring their Feedmill and pellet press produce adequate feed and nutrition for their farm.
  
Their semi-automated feed mill is currently producing 60 tons per week, but capable of processing up to 4 tons per hour – it has been designed to be managed by a single operator – however you will be supported by inhouse maintenance manager as well as external contractors when required, be that from an electrical or software standpoint.
  
Your responsibilities will also include –

  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment in the feed milling area.
  • Manage the milling and mixing process, including the selection and handling of various grains and micro-ingredients.
  • Monitor and maintain the holding silo and auger transfer system for efficient pellet press operation.
  • Take regular feed samples for quality control purposes.
  • Liaise with the Farm Manager regarding feed delivery schedules and quantities.
  • Deliver produced feed to poultry sheds.
  • Maintain accurate records for all milling activities, deliveries, receipts, and equipment maintenance.
  • Report any equipment malfunctions, safety hazards, or potential improvements to management.

About you

Our ideal candidate will be a hands on natural problem solver who has the ability to multi-task and think on their feet – coming from an milling or agriculture background is not essential, as long as you come with strong fundamental mechanical aptitude. 
  
Further to the above it is important that you can address the following criteria:  

  • HR (Heavy Rigid) driver’s license preferred
  • Strong mechanical aptitude with the ability to troubleshoot and solve problems.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for collaboration with other staff members.
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative while also being a team player.
  • Physically fit for the demands of the role, including lifting, operating machinery, and navigating the work environment.
  • Reliable, trustworthy, and committed to a safe work ethic.
  • A positive attitude and willingness to learn new skills.

Poultry experience is not essential.
  
Benefits:

  • Be part of a passionate team dedicated to sustainable and ethical food production.
  • Opportunity to work in a dynamic and growing company with a strong focus on quality.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Potential for growth and development within the company, particularly with upcoming feed mill, and shed expansions.

For bio-security reasons, employees cannot own birds, poultry or pigs.

Choose Agri Talent
  
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian and NZ agribusinesses. Our extensive network connects high-calibre candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across the agriculture sector.

Technical Account Manager

Your Employer
Our client is a highly innovative irrigation specialist company offering growers a state-of-the-art decision support system and alternative options designed to reduce water wastage globally. With foundations in the Middle East and growing operations across the world, they have offices in Israel, USA, Africa, and Australia.

With a culture that promotes opportunities for professional development and a vibrant multi-national company, they are now seeking a Technical Account Manager/Agronomist to join their business and play a key role in their fast-growing organisation.

The Role       
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Technical Account Manager/Agronomist to join our client’s operations.  You will play a crucial role in utilising your agronomic knowledge to provide sales support and bridge the gap between their sales team, technical teams, and clients to ensure optimal agricultural outcomes using their irrigation technology.

Reporting directly to the General Manager, you will provide professional agronomic support to assist their sales team in achieving their annual goals and help their clients and technical teams achieve superior agriculture outcomes. The incumbent in this role will be key in emphasizing the agronomic advantages of our client’s irrigation system to growers and other clients, whilst ensuring clear communication and explanation of the program to clients.

Your duties will include (but not be limited to) the following:

  • Accompany or independently visit farms to highlight the agronomic advantages of our client’s irrigation system and Decision Support System
  • Collaborate with the Head Quarter’s agronomy team to design the seasonal program for Fertigation, Irrigation, and Chemical Treatment (FIT) for all Australian projects
  • Regularly visit farms to oversee the performance of the system, assess plant health, and provide guidance to clients and their teams
  • Conduct daily evaluations of plant health using the Decision Support System. Collect relevant pre-season data for FIT, including fertilizer quantities, weather predictions, and other related data
  • Generate weekly updates on each project, including applied irrigation and fertigation volumes, as well as details on plant health
  • Establish and nurture relationships with industry stakeholders, including academic researchers, distributors, corporate agriculturalists, and affiliated associations to gain insights into emerging trends and opportunities

This role is suitable for someone based in either Toowoomba, QLD or Narrabri, Moree, Dubbo, Narromine (or similar areas) in Regional NSW.
 

About You
Our ideal candidate will be driven, customer-focused, with exceptional service abilities. Furthermore, you will have the ability to work as part of a team or independently when required and have a strong aptitude for technology. You should also possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be a team player with initiative and a ‘can-do’ attitude.

To be considered for the role, it is important that you can address the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy
  • Minimum 5 years of agronomy consultancy experience, preferably with a focus on Cotton and Grains
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in sales or sales support
  • Strong aptitude for technology and ability to navigate applications.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills
  • Availability outside of standard business hours may be required to support global operations
  • Business travel required Australia wide.

 
Choose Agri Talent
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian and NZ agribusiness. Our extensive network connects high-calibre candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across Australia’s agriculture sector.

For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Marcela Rocha-Lima – Recruitment Consultant – on 0467 063 538.

Machine Operator

Your Employer
Located an hour’s drive from Goondiwindi, our client is a highly reputable mixed farming operation consisting of an established pork breeding herd producing high-quality pork in a sustainable farming environment. Dedicated to animal health and welfare, they are known for their outstanding produce and excellent company culture.
  
The Role
Entering a well-established team, an experienced Machine Operator is now required to assist with daily farming operations and the transport of company freight. Your duties will consist of, but not be limited to:

  • Operating various machinery including Graders, Loaders, and Skid Steers.
  • Transporting company freight such as Livestock, Saw Dust, Machinery, and Stockfeed. 
  • Basic servicing/housekeeping of trucks and equipment
  • Loading, unloading, and securing freight
  • Handling livestock
  • Record keeping

About You
Our ideal candidate will have strong time-management skills, and previous experience operating a variety of civil machinery. With a Heavy-Combination Truck Licence and full-time availability, it’s important you can address the following criteria:

  • BFM (Basic Fatigue Management)
  • Availability to perform work on weekend if required
  • Well-presented and able to interact with clients and customers
  • Physically fit with the ability to effectively load/unload freight
  • HC or MC Truck Licence (Essential)

Benefits
In addition to joining a nationally-recognised agribusiness, investing heavily in their own staff, this role also has on-site accommodation available for the successful applicant.   
  
Other benefits include:

  • Diverse role across farming and transport operations
  • Long-term employment with secure/consistent working hours
  • Modern fleet of Kenworth trucks, equipped with new tipper trailers and stock crates
  • Salary or hourly rate options available
  • Time in lieu options for work conducted out of typical hours

Choose Agri Talent
Agri Talent provides permanent recruitment and executive search services exclusively for Australian agribusiness. Our extensive digital network connects quality candidates to diverse and exciting roles with respected clients across Australia’s agriculture sector.

For more information, please contact Ben Frazer, Senior Recruitment Consultant on 0439 093 516.