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Avantara Lincoln Park

Inventory Controller - Warehouse

Bendigo, Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges VIC
  • Full-time
  • Lockwood (Bendigo) Based
  • Attractive Remuneration
  • Amazing workplace culture and employee benefits

Our Company:
Incorporated in 1938, Hazeldenes are a leading Victorian FMCG business with an extensive national retail footprint. With breeding & rearing farms, a hatchery and growing farms with a world class processing facilities strategically located across Central Victoria, the heart of the business still lies in the unassuming country area of Lockwood.

Our staff enjoy security, support, and respond with loyalty and hard work. A partnership that makes Hazeldenes a great place to work.

About the role:

The key focus of this role is to diligently monitor daily inventory activities for fresh and frozen stock, swiftly identify and resolve root causes of errors within agreed timeframes, and implement process improvements across Lockwood site to ensure a consistently high level of inventory accuracy. The duties of the role include:

  • Monitor inventory for efficient resource allocation.
  • Ensure inventory accuracy for timely stocktakes.
  • Maintain accuracy in QC, WIP, and FG reports.
  • Lead activities with the warehouse team to identify and resolve inventory root causes.
  • Define and document current stock movement processes.
  • Provide timely and analytical management reporting.
  • Investigate and resolve inventory variances.
  • Monitor safe work practices and security standards.
  • Report incidents and hazards promptly.
  • Demonstrate understanding and adherence to policies, including Good Manufacturing Practices.
  • Commitment to teamwork and high levels of customer service. 

Detailed Position Descriptions Available.

We are looking for candidates with the following skills and attributes:

  • Understanding & demonstrated experience in FMCG inventory management.
  • Experience in a cold storage environment an advantage.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Good computer skills and experience with MS Office.
  • Strong planning & organisations experience.
  • Problem solver, analytical & critical thinker.
  • Attention to detail & advanced warehouse management system skills.
  • Promote teamwork through shared goals.

We are Offering:

  • Full time position.
  • Attractive remuneration.
  • Free onsite parking.
  • Exciting career development opportunities.
  • Discounted company products.
  • Vibrant, energetic and agile workplace.


If you would like to join our dynamic team and be a part of our ongoing success, then click “Apply" to submit your resume.

We proudly embrace and promote cultural diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity within the workplace. Indigenous Australians, Torres Strait Islanders, and minority groups are encouraged to apply.

Note: Overseas applicants, Kindly Do Not Apply.


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Avantara Lincoln Park

Manager (Cropping)

Mulwala, Wagga Wagga & Riverina NSW
  • $110000 to $140000 annually
  • Full-time

Farm Manager (Cropping)

Hermiston AG Enterprises

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Mulwala, Wagga Wagga & Riverina NSW


Farm Management (Farming, Animals & Conservation)


Full time


$110,000 – $140,000 per year

Posted 5m ago





Hermiston Ag Enterprises is a progressive agricultural business with cropping and livestock operations in southern NSW. We are seeking a manager with a passion in agriculture for our 5,000 hectare cropping and pasture improvement operations located at Brocklesby and Mulwala. 


Requirements include:

  • Experience and knowledge in crop production.
  • Strong desire to be part of an established team
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate and be an effective leader.
  • Excellent machinery operation and maintenance ability.
  • Staff and contractor management.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Motivation to improve productivity
  • Computer literacy and record keeping
  • Understanding the drivers of profitability.
  • Understanding and support of livestock in a diversified agricultural system.
  • Tertiary education (preferable)
  • HC Truck licence (preferable)
  • Livestock experience (preferable)


Provided is Modern machinery, Work vehicle, Agronomy support, Agworld software and an opportunity to work with a progressive team in a supportive environment.


Excellent family accommodation and services are provided. (25km Berrigan, 35km Mulwala, 100km Albury)


Salary $110k – $140k negotiated on experience..


To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume including references to: [email protected]

Further information- Mobile 0428 106292

In confidence applications close: 1st June 2024


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Assistant Farm Manager

Agribusiness RecruitmentBarooga, Wagga Wagga & Riverina NSW
  • Full-time
  • Barooga, NSW
  • Career pathways


About the Company


Our client is a family farming business, specialising in the large scale growing and distribution of a number of specialty horticultural crops.


Main Responsibilities 


  • Horticultural machinery - Operate and maintain a range of modern farming machinery
  • Irrigation
  • Implementing a nutrition plan on a seasonal basis 
  • Application of pest and disease plan on a seasonal basis 
  • Adhering to all company policies and procedures
  • Management of seasonal casuals and contractors
  • Horticultural crop production.
  • Forklift and Front End Loader use, (Desirable).
  • A high attention to detail

  • Adherence to WH&S regulations. 


Education / Experience / Skills 


  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Experience in dealing with a broad range of suppliers
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft packages
  • Practical horticultural production experience
  • Planning, review and analysis of operations
  • Effective Time Management skills
  • Team player


Agribusiness Recruitment Pty Ltd thanks all applicants. However, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


For confidential enquiries call Nick on 08 8373 1122 and Email your resume in Word format to [email protected]
 quoting J3397 or apply via

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General Manager

Peppers Retreats, Resorts and HotelsPalm Cove, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • $42 to $58 hourly
  • Full-time

Peppers Beach Club & Spa, situated in the idyllic beach side destination of Palm Cove, located just 30 minutes’ drive north of Cairns in Tropical North Queensland is described as plantation meets beach chic! This Property is iconic in the Accor TNQ portfolio, with over 100 rooms in letting.  



As General Manager, you will take on the crucial task of overseeing and managing all daily operations at Peppers Beach Club and Spa, guaranteeing seamless and profitable function. This position demands a keen focus on every department, requiring you to be actively engaged in operations and that of stakeholder management. Your leadership will shine through your own actions, as you guide, coach, and mentor your team, fostering a culture of unwavering excellence.


The Role & Location

  • This is a live on site position. Package includes 2 bedroom unit situated in a very private area of the resort
  • Property offers 24 hour reception, limiting the number of disruptions afterhours
  • When not working enjoy the tranquillity of the region. Experience day trips to nearby islands, snorkel and dive the Great Barrier Reef or stroll the local markets, embracing the TNQ lifestyle.


Primary Responsibilities

  • With a large team of over 100 Team Members, this role will see you supporting, mentoring and guiding your team of multiple Department Heads, with the support of an Operations Manager, to ensure profitability and success of the resort
  • Be instrumental in driving changes and improvements in performance and implementing strategies in line with business objectives
  • Create and build strong relationships with key stakeholders, property owners, body corporates, guests and regional shared services
  • Maintain excellent product and service standards whilst maximising revenue and balancing expenses
  • Focus on developing a team that is engaged in driving a positive customer sentiment
  • Act as a liaison within the local community, representing Accor and fostering community engagement


Skills & Experience

  • Demonstrate prior General Manager experience and a deep understanding across a range of departments and stakeholder management
  • You will be well versed in F&B operations as Peppers Beach Club & Spa boasts a range of dining options including La Mesa Restaurant, in-room dining services, On the Rocks Pool Bar, and conferencing and event facilities
  • You create environments where your team are encouraged and motivated to be their true self each day
  • Display confidence in your ability to cultivate strong relationships, effectively address challenging situations, and implement solutions that enhance service quality
  • Experience and capability to drive financial growth through skilful & thoughtful strategy
  • Comprehension of the key metrics that impact and grow hospitality businesses, using this knowledge to drive top line revenue and motivating your team to do the same
  • Past experience working with body corporates in an MLR setting is highly regarded
  • Hold current Real Estate licence (Class 1) (advantageous, not crucial)


Accor Benefits

  • ALL Heartist Membership - Take advantage of discounts on accommodation and food & beverage worldwide!
  • Family & Friends Discounts - Available on a range of accommodation, services and events for those who mean the most to you
  • Accor Live Limitless (ALL) Loyalty Program - Earn status & reward points on your worldwide stays
  • Learn Your Way - Support your career development with access to Accor’s industry leading training platforms, Accor Academy and Typsy
  • Build Your Network - With more than 300,000 Accor professionals globally sharing the same guest passion, you have the ability to grow your hospitality network worldwide
  • Worldwide Opportunities - We are a world leading hotel operator! With over 400 hotels in the Pacific and more than 5,000 across 110 countries, offering limitless opportunities to grow your career

At Accor, we welcome you as you are. We help you grow and learn, so that work brings purpose to your life. By joining Accor, every chapter of your story is yours to write, and together we can imagine tomorrow's hospitality. Accor is an inclusive company, building diverse teams across the globe.

Everyone has a story and we want to learn yours. We invite you to APPLY NOW.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Diesel Technician / Mechanic

Warragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

Diesel Mechanic/Service Technician

We are currently looking for passionate trade qualified Diesel Mechanics
(Agricultural, Plant or Heavy Vehicle experience) for servicing, repairs
and maintenance of tractors and agricultural machinery.

A family owned and operated business, Ag Farm Machinery – Warragul is totally focused on providing the highest quality service and back-up for our valued customers. Our tractor and machinery offering represents a class-leading product range including Deutz Fahr, Kioti, McHale, Sam, Kverneland and others. We will leave no stone unturned in coupling the latest technology and systems with good old-fashioned customer service to ensure that we deliver the most efficient and professional outcomes for our farming community. We believe that our success comes from the partnerships we form with our customers and the quality of our people.

If you are passionate and motivated to perform to the best of your ability each day, we want to hear from you!

About the role:
Daily responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:
• Diagnose and interpret machine faults to get our customers back up and running;
• Performing service, repairs and maintenance of all machinery and equipment both in the workshop and on-farm;
• Manage and maintain service records for machinery;
• Provide technical advice and support to customers and other service technicians, as required.

About you:
As the successful applicant you will be:
• Trade Qualified - Heavy Vehicle or Plant Mechanic (Diesel Mechanic);
• Capable - sound knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems;
• Self-motivated - attention to detail and ability to work independently;
• Customer Focused - strong teamwork and communication skills that will get the job done;
• Organised - outstanding time management skills and the ability to prioritise
workloads to ensure we meet our customer deadlines.

To be successful, you will possess the following skills and experience:
• Qualification as detailed above;
• Light Vehicle mechanics looking to up-skill are encouraged to apply;
• Car licence as a minimum however, a heavy vehicle and forklift licence would be advantageous;
• Our product range experience is advantageous, but not necessary;
• Reliable with a good work ethic.
• Motivated and team orientated.

What you will get in return:
A generous remuneration package including an industry leading base salary –
commensurate with experience - overtime, superannuation, monthly performance bonuses, flexible working hours and more.
A great work environment with a ‘can do’ approach and strong cultural values.

Apply in writing with covering letter and resume through Seek or in-person to:
Ag Farm Machinery, 2 Endeavour Street, Warragul VIC 3820
Or via email to: Damien Cox; [email protected]

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Parts Interpreter

CLAAS Harvest CentreDalby, Toowoomba & Darling Downs QLD
  • Full-time
Why work with CLAAS:
  • Competitive rate | Paid OT | Company uniform
  • Career Progression | On the job coaching | Training budget
  • A family-owned business deeply committed to the well-being of its employees
  • Approaching 50 years of dedicated service and proudly family owned
  • Take advantage of our Landpower Plus benefits scheme, offering discounts with health providers, retailers, and travel providers

Our Company:
Established in 1975, we’re a family-owned supplier and distributer of the best combines, foragers and hay equipment representing global agricultural giants such as CLAAS, GRIMME, AMAZONE, Väderstad and JCB through 33 dealers across Australia and New Zealand.

About the role:
Reporting to the Parts Manager, this role will support the operations, sales, and distribution for the parts department and will oversee daily operations, from ordering and receiving stock to packing shipments, ensuring timely completion of sales and orders, and distribution.

The successful candidate will have flexibility to work Saturday mornings during the harvest season and provide support for a fortnightly on call roster. Outside harvest season the standard working days will be Monday to Friday.
Embrace the exciting chance to take ownership of this role as it unfolds before you – Apply today!
  • Act as the primary point of contact for product inquiries and manage customer expectations regarding part pricing and availability
  • Ensure timely execution of daily parts activities, including sales, back orders, forward orders, stock transfers, and distribution
  • Supports precise inventory management and maintains parts department cleanliness and organizes proper shelving for all components
  • Stays informed about new products, product updates, and changes, as well as improvements and removals of existing parts
  • Inputs invoices and raising of purchase orders while ensuring prompt completion of purchases, sales receipts, and credits
  • Cultivate strong bonds with our valued customers
Who are you:
  • Your attention to detail is excellent, you are organised and can efficiently complete tasks
  • You have experience in parts and/or inventory systems
  • You have a valid driver’s licence
  • You’re passionate about customer service and you have a great work ethic
  • You’re a good team player who can also work independently
  • You are Proficient in Office 365 and computer systems
Family is key to us! We’re a family-owned business, we employ people with families to care for, and provide resources to support families in the farming community enabling their success as they feed our world.

In It Together, Front Up, and Keep Growing form the backbone of what is a dynamic business, providing a challenging and stimulating environment.

We are looking for people who share our values if this sounds like you - apply today or call Cherie Crews for a confidential conversation: +61 3 9373 4336.
Avantara Lincoln Park

Senior Development Extension Officer

Department of Agriculture & Fisheries QLDCairns, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • $109426 to $117693 annually
  • Full-time

As our Senior Development Extension Officer, your key responsibilities will be to:

• Provide agronomic regional leadership to the Mossman (Queensland) agricultural region to promote and guide producers in diversifying from a sugarcane dominant
region to alternative broadacre crops and alternative agriculture industries as part of this regions transition package.
• Build and maintain effective and mutually beneficial internal and external relationships and collaborative partnerships with regional stakeholders and industry
organisations, and other government agencies at a regional level. Your focus will be the development of emerging agricultural opportunities whilst considering both the
Great Barrier Reef impacts, and economic diversification agenda for the region.
• Develop and coordinate research that develops and advances agronomic practices, value adds to existing cropping or provides alternative cropping options
that have a positive impact for the region.
• Develop, promote, and conduct activities that review research outcomes and management options using the fit for purpose adult learning processes making key
information available for use by growers, agronomists and interested stakeholders.

Mandatory Requirements:
• It is a mandatory requirement for a professional officer to possess an Australian Bachelor degree (AQF level 7 or equivalent) or higher (from a recognised tertiary institution) in agricultural science, applied science, rural science or equivalent academic qualification with knowledge and/or skills in field based agronomic research.
• A current ‘C' Class driver licence, with the ability to get a manual licence.

Technical Requirements:
• Knowledge of broadacre cropping systems and associated resources for a coastal environment and ability to identify the agronomic needs of regional primary industries and communities.
• Demonstrated ability to conduct, manage and report the outcomes of field-based research conducted using on-farm research methods.
• Demonstrated networking and coordination skills using adult learning processes and community engagement principles.
• A knowledge of the farming region and community within the Mossman Wet Tropic catchment would be advantageous.

Why join the department:
The work we do is widespread and varied, but our people are united by an innate sense of purpose, and a passion to serve their fellow Queenslanders. Our people are talented, down-to-earth and resilient, and the work they do every day fills them with gratification and pride. This is what keeps them coming back.
Here are some other reasons why our people choose us:
• Have visible impact in your community, and directly contribute to making Queensland a better place to live.
• Flexible working options that encourage a healthy work-life balance.
• Salary sacrificing options and competitive superannuation.
• A variety of fantastic leave benefits, supported across the broader Queensland public sector.

Just imagine what you could achieve with us!
Join us and be a part of growing Queensland's agri-system.
Visit to learn more about us and what we do.

Applications may remain current for 12 months.

Job Ad Reference: QLD/564028/24

Closing Date: Friday, 31 May 2024

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Retail Finance Manager

Brandt Group of CompaniesPakenham, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time


Due to our continued growth and success, our Pakenham Branchhas an opportunity for a Retail Finance Manager to join our Finance team. 

Who are we?

Brandt is a world-leading equipment dealer, powered by iconic brands and unrivalled support. With dealerships across Canada, New Zealand and Australia, we are a global team with one shared purpose. It’s our mission to enable our customer’s success by providing practical and reliable equipment solutions and support. Our customers count on Brandt to keep them moving forward, and we meet that challenge with remarkable customer service and industry-leading brand John Deere.

About the Role:

The Retail Finance Manager is responsible for promoting all aspects of the business of Brandt Finance in support of wholegoods sales for Brandt Tractor Ltd., and is expected to market services provided by Brandt Finance within a designated territory set by the company. 

Duties and Responsibilities Include:

    • Build relationships with sales staff and outside financial institutions.
    • Generate interest referral income.
    • Submit weekly reports.
    • Travel throughout the designated territory to meet with customers.
    • Prospecting potential financing needs for our customers including non-Brandt Tractor products.
    • Achieve sales and market share goals, as agreed, for the long-term success of Brandt Finance.
    • Gather and monitor competitive intelligence from the marketplace to ensure Brandt Finance is providing superior products.
    • Support Equipment Sales.
    • Develop sound, positive relationships with both internal and external clients.
    • Other duties as assigned

        What are we looking for?

        The successful applicant will have experience recognizing and satisfying customer needs through a thorough understanding of the selling and financing process. 

        • Previous experience in the agriculture equipment industry
        • Prior Brandt group experience is considered an asset. 
        • A high level of written and oral communication skills are required.
        • Based in a branch within the designated area
        • Must be available for travel.

        What’s in it for you?

        • Competitive salary and incentive earning scheme.
        • Great working environment
        • Advancement Opportunities within the Organization
        • Ongoing Training & Development

        If this sounds like you, please apply today!

        At Brandt, outstanding people and our committed and passionate culture are key to our success. Join our team and build your future with Brandt!

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        Veterinary Officer

        Bendigo, Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges VIC
        • $106534 to $128897 annually
        • Full-time

        The Veterinary Officer (VO) works as a member of the Animal Health and Welfare Unit, to ensure the delivery of major animal health projects that include disease surveillance; livestock legislation and enforcement management; emergency preparedness and response; and traceability and product integrity. Veterinary Officers lead disease and animal welfare investigations in their district. By utilising their clinical experience in the prevention, investigation, diagnosis, control, eradication, and treatment of diseases of farmed livestock in Victoria, they will contribute to better veterinary outcomes in these investigations. The successful applicant will participate in delivering services that contribute to protecting and improving market access, work effectively as a member of a team, enjoy flexible working arrangements, and undertake a wide variety of work across the division.

        As part of an integrated and flexible business model within the Biosecurity and Agriculture Services Branch, you may also provide support to other programs or other regions.

        Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications

        • An appropriate tertiary degree in Veterinary Science registrable with the Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria.
        • Experience liaising and negotiating with government departments, farmers, livestock agents and other industry representatives.
        • Good understanding of the livestock industries in Victoria, and of the disease control, emergency management and chemical residue minimisation programs administered by DEECA.
        • Significant experience in the use of firearms and captive bolt guns in the destruction of livestock and the ability to work in abattoir and knackery environments.
        • Detailed knowledge of and experience in the application and review of procedures used in the prevention, investigation, diagnosis, control, eradication and treatment of diseases of farmed livestock in Victoria.
        • Demonstrated experience working with and handling farm livestock, including sheep, cattle, pigs and
        • horses, and a practical knowledge of their husbandry.
        • Leadership: identifies potential issues and setbacks and guides team to optimise outcomes and models the behaviour expected of others. High levels of personal resilience including maintaining composure and focus under pressure and adapting to change.
        • Conflict Management: actively deals with conflict to achieve a timely and pragmatic solution and clarifies the problems and seeks options to resolve; clearly and confidently communicates and handles difficult and sensitive communications well.
        • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to work with staff to deliver concise, authoritative, high-quality information and materials.
        • Ability to anticipate potential problems and pre-empt required actions; continually liaises with key stakeholders to ensure full understanding of the issues and evaluates implemented courses of action and adjusts as required.

        This is an ongoing position. The work location for this position is Bendigo with hybrid work arrangements available.

        To be considered for this position, applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter (no longer than 2 pages) summarising their skills and relevant experience.

        For further information please refer to the attached position description.

        Applications close at midnight on Sunday, 26 May 2024.

        Other relevant information:

        For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform.

        Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check.  

        To be eligible for appointment to this role, applicants will possess corresponding work rights for the advertised employment period. Appointment to an ongoing position is only available to an Australian/New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident.  

        A Diverse, Inclusive and Flexible Workplace

        DEECA welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and we focus on the essential requirements of the job and being consistent and fair in our treatment of all applicants. We also understand that a balanced life is important to our employees. Talk to us about our flexible options such as working some days from home, starting early or late, working part time, job sharing or accessing paid or unpaid leave.

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        Farm Manager

        Agri TalentGlenarbon, Toowoomba & Darling Downs QLD
        • Full-time
        Your Employer

        Our client is an award-winning, vertically integrated agribusiness specialising in organic dairy production – with everything produced on farm being through their own milk processing facility. Since their humble beginnings in 2002, they have become a beloved, award-winning Australian dairy brand available in over 800 stores throughout Australia and overseas. They run over 800 head of organic milking cows, plus 410ha of cropping (increasing to 600ha) across 3 properties, two of which are located in close proximity to Yelarbon, NSW.

        Your Role

        As the Farm Manager, you will lead a team of 10 staff across two nearby properties, overseeing a herd of approximately 380 milking cows, with expansion plans in the pipeline. Your initial focus will entail three key areas: enhancing the skills of current staff, optimizing herd performance, and crafting effective herd and pasture management strategies, all with the support of the Supply Chain Director.

        Additionally, your role encompasses ensuring that the farm aligns with the requirements of the production facility, adhering to the best organic agricultural practices while prioritizing efficiency, animal welfare, staff safety, and food safety standards. Your responsibilities also extend to various other tasks, including but not limited to:
        • Ensuring a safe environment for both staff and the herd
        • Managing staff, including scheduling and monitoring work hours across each farm to optimise operations within budget constraints
        • Maintaining compliance with ACO farming standards
        • Developing and implementing strategies based on data analysis to enhance milk output efficiency
        • Monitoring and maintaining herd health to achieve a low Somatic Cell count
        • Identifying potential business opportunities, such as establishing an A2 farm
        • Budget management and cost control for the farm
        • Monitoring the age distribution of the herd, including managing calves
        • Coordinating with external contractors and consultants
        About You
        Our ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter with good commercial acumen, coupled with having a genuine passion for the agriculture space, to include strong cropping and livestock/dairy experience, organic experience will be highly regarded, however not essential.

        To be considered for the role, it’s important you can address the following criteria:
        • 5+ years of experience in dairy management, exposure to irrigated cropping will also be highly regarded.
        • Possession of a valid driver’s license
        • Proficient in herd welfare and nutrition management
        • Prior experience in dairy production (desirable)
        • Proven track record in managing multiple teams.
        • Sound commercial judgment, capable of managing budgets and capital expenditure projects as needed.
        • Effective leadership and mentoring abilities

        Our client takes pride in creating a working environment that is both stimulating and enjoyable for their employees; and are dedicated to offering a good work-life balance. Further to the above, your package will include -
        • Highly competitive renumeration package – Circa $100k + Super
        • Stunning 4-bed homestead
        • Ongoing personal and professional development
        • Time in lieu
        Agri Talent

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