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$80640 - $111360 Annually Farm manager at Mareeba

Avantara Lincoln Park

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

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

Avantara Lincoln Park

Reservations Supervisor

IPACairns, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • $42 to $58 hourly
  • Full-time

Fed up of working in a role where you are dealing with problem after problem - We all know what that feels like! Looking to work in an industry where everyone is excited about the day ahead? Imagine the Great Barrier Reef being your office every day?

About the company:

If you are looking to work for one of Cairns' premier tour operators, renowned for their commitment to sustainable and eco-tourism on the Great Barrier Reef, then this is an opportunity not to be missed. Offering a diverse array of operations, from managing tropical island resorts to dive and snorkel boat adventures, our client provides an unparalleled eco-tourism experience to their customers in Far North Queensland.

About the Role:

As a Reservations Supervisor, you'll play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth operation of the business. Your responsibilities will include managing staff, identifying and overseeing training, managing schedules and daily task checklists, as well as directly interacting with customers during busy reservation periods. You will be a leader who fosters inclusivity and promotes team wellbeing by your sensitive and professional approach. Your high attention to detail will see the team successfully maintain accurate reservations, manage cancellations, and gather guest feedback in a way that continuously enhances the services of the business.

About You:

We are seeking candidates with a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience (preferably within the hospitality or tourism sector).

You will be proactive and have the ability to think on your feet and solve problems with efficiency and minimal fuss.

Intermediate computer skills are a given and, whilst experience using reservation systems such as 'Respax' and 'RMS' is desirable, applications from all suitable supervisors will be considered. Attention to detail, strong communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively in a dynamic, multicultural environment are essential qualities for success in this role.

The Job:

This is a permanent full-time position operating over a 7-day roster, requiring flexibility to work weekends. You'll work 38 hours per week between the hours of 7am and 6pm, with penalty rates applicable for significant days such as Christmas and Easter. Fostering a family-oriented culture, corporate discounts are offered on all tour and resort packages for you and your loved ones. In addition to corporate discounts, you'll have opportunities for career progression and enjoy discounts on private health insurance.

Don't delay - Apply today:

If you're ready to embark on an exciting journey with a leading eco-tourism company and meet all of the criteria outlined above, we'd love to hear from you. Please submit your resume and cover letter here detailing your relevant experience and why you're the ideal candidate for this role. If you'd like any further information, contact Debbie at IPA on 07 4044 2666 (Note; this is a permanent role - Working Holiday Visa applicants will not be considered).

Join our client in preserving and promoting the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef while delivering exceptional experiences to their valued guests. Apply today and become a vital part of their team!

Avantara Lincoln Park

Branch Manager

BlueScope SteelCairns, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • Full-time
Job Description

BlueScope is an Australian-born, global success story, spanning 18 countries, with a team of over 15,000 people. We’re driven by innovation and are proud that the technologies in our products and brands, like COLORBOND® steel, inspire and protect everything from hospitals and bridges to stadiums and homes.

The Opportunity

Come and discover the opportunity to join our Orrcon Steel business as our Branch Manager in Cairns and be a key member of our Queensland leadership team. Orrcon Steel is a manufacturer of steel tube and pipe and leading Australian steel distributor with nationally recognised brands.

Overseeing our Cairns branch and reporting to the State Manager, you will nurture and grow partnerships with our valued customers across a broad territory. This opportunity will lead a cross-functional team encompassing external sales, customer service and operations, which makes a significant contribution to our Queensland state business plan.

You’ll invest time in coaching and motivating your team – strengthening their capability to deliver enhanced outcomes in the rural and infrastructure sectors across FNQ.

When you work for Orrcon you’ll enjoy a competitive salary package including, car (tool of trade or car allowance), laptop, phone and participation in our annual profit share program (bonus). 

What Will You Do?

You’ll ensure we can continue to deliver world-class service and product solutions for our customers, now and for the future.

To achieve this, you will:

  • inspire and lead the delivery of the branch business plan and budget: continue to develop, implement, and oversee a commercially astute business plan, striving to exceed volume, margin and profit targets
  • develop Orrcon’s market share and build meaningful customer relationships: identify new business growth opportunities and continue to grow collaborative partnerships with our existing customers that will strengthen the future of the Cairns business
  • set business objectives and operating standards: establish and communicate clear objectives and work standards, sharing and celebrating progress 
  • foster an inclusive high-performing team: coach and motivate your team to ensure high capability, performance and engagement levels
  • achieve optimal safety and operational outcomes: ensure effective processes and procedures are in place to keep our people safe and the site compliant with relevant acts, legislation and business policies

More About You

As an innovate business leader who is exceptional at building strong commercial relationships whilst managing a diverse team, you will have:

  • demonstrated ability to build meaningful customer solutions that deliver measurable outcomes for customers and the business
  • an ability to lead, engage and develop an inclusive high-performing team
  • success in identifying and driving improvement initiatives that have had strong commercial outcomes
  • the ability to build constructive partnerships with internal peers and functions
  • excellent commercial acumen skills including an understanding of pricing and margin and its impact on profitability
  • a collaborative and authentic connected leadership style

Why BlueScope

As BlueScope continues to go from strength to strength, a career with us provides you with the opportunity to grow and be rewarded. At BlueScope, you will:

  • create and deliver innovative solutions that drive transformation in our business
  • make an impact that really does shape the world we live in
  • keep growing through continuous learning and development opportunities
  • enjoy the sense of belonging that comes from working with people who genuinely look out for one another

At BlueScope, our people are our strength, and we don’t say that lightly. We want our people to be successful, and to be safe. We offer work-life flexibility through our B-flex program and make sure our inclusive work environment welcomes people of all backgrounds. We’re passionate about driving sustainability outcomes that matter to our communities, including action on climate and our 2050 net zero goal. And we’ll do this through Our Purpose: We create and inspire smart solutions in steel, to strengthen our communities for the future.

Come and discover us at

Together we can make a world of difference.

Applications close Monday May 27th, 2024


Avantara Lincoln Park

Account Manager

Programmed Skilled WorkforceCairns North, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • $80000 to $90000 annually
  • Full-time

Account Manager

  • Work for an Industry Leader
  • Supportive Team Environment
  • Exposure to major customer accounts

Who we are
As one of Australia's largest employers, we work with great companies across Australia and New Zealand to provide our customers with staffing and training services across a range of industries. Working with Programmed Skilled Workforce means you will become part of the Programmed family: a company that encourages career development, supports flexibility and cares about your personal wellbeing and safety.

The Role
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Account Manager to join Programmed Skilled Workforce, based in Cairns.

Reporting to the Area Manager, your primary focus will be to develop business across the Far North Qld area, liaising with both existing and new clients, with a primary focus on new business. We are seeking an individual that will continue to build a foundation for growth with a goal to become a proactive industry leader in the provision of contingent labour and staffing services.

Skills and experience
In order to thrive in this position the following attributes are highly valued:

  • Ability to deliver high level Customer Relationship Management that promotes service excellence and customer retention.
  • Experience identifying and closing new business opportunities
  • A strong sense of urgency, the ability to prioritise, multi task and work proactively
  • Results driven and committed to achieving targets
  • Outstanding communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills
  • Be approachable and confident in dealing with a variety of people
  • Excellent time management skills
  • High levels of 'cope ability' and ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Hold a current drivers Licence

Ideally you will possess Recruitment Industry experience; however applicants will be considered from a Trade, Sales and Customer Service background.

Key Responsibilities

  • Promote and develop a positive safety culture across the business
  • Proactively visit customer sites on a regular basis to ensure service levels are consistently met or exceeded
  • Positively promote Programmed services to existing and new clients
  • Deliver professional proposals/quotes to current and potential clients
  • Drive safety improvement through the regular delivery of safety talks and site inspections
  • Maintaining compliance and an accurate account history for existing and prospective clients

Employee Benefits

  • Great Remuneration, Awesome Team, Wellbeing Initiative
  • Long term career potential
  • Paid parental leave and great discounts with selected retailers
  • An Employee Assistance Program, which incorporates a tailored wellbeing initiative

Our Commitment

Programmed and PERSOLKELLY supports a workplace culture of zero harm and encourages this in all that we do.

Programmed and PERSOLKELLY strives for diversity, inclusion and equality of our people. We seek a workforce that is representative of the communities we work in. We encourage people of all cultures, gender, age, sexual orientation or abilities to apply.

To learn more about working with Programmed and PERSOLKELLY, we encourage you to visit our website.

Who we are

As one of Australia's largest employers, we work with great companies all around Australia and New Zealand to give you the best opportunities to work when and where you want to.

At Programmed, we are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment which values and respects diverse styles, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.

We welcome and encourage women, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply.

So it's over to you, if this opportunity is right for you apply today!

To learn more about Programmed, we encourage you to visit our website.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Fruit & Vegetable Department Manager

IGAAtherton, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • Full-time

Are you interested in being part of the successful, enthusiastic and lively team at Fresh St Market IGA, Atherton? 

We currently have an opportunity for a full time Fruit & Vegetable Manager to join our award-winning supermarket located in the Atherton Tablelands.  

About us: 

Fresh St Market is an award winning, family owned and operated Independent Supermarket that has been crowned best IGA in Australia - twice!! Fresh St Market IGA's purpose is to bring happiness to every table and aspire to showcase the best local produce the Atherton Tablelands has to offer.  

About the position:

Due to our business growing we are seeking a dynamic candidate with experience in produce management or related role, that has a passion for fruit and vegetables. 

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Day-to-day operations of the fruit and vegetable department.
  • Ensure the highest quality and freshness of our produce offerings.
  • Order, monitor and manage fruit & veg stock.
  • Train, roster and supervise team members. 
  • Plan, monitor and manage budgetary goals.
  • Implement strategies to achieve departmental goals and maintain a high standard of productivity and customer satisfaction. 

Preference will be given to applicants with the following skills and experience: 

  • Previous experience in a fruit & vegetable management or related role
  • A passion for fresh produce and a commitment to quality.
  • Strong leadership, interpersonal, organisational, time management and communication skills with a focus on customer service.
  • Good working knowledge of word, excel, emails, internet, able to learn stock and employee management programs. 
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment, dynamic, team-oriented environment.
  • Demonstrated reliability, punctuality and a strong work ethic.
  • Willingness to learn and adhere to WHS and food safety regulations.
  • Able to work early mornings and weekends (7 day roster).
  • Forklift ticket
  • The right to work in Australia (we are unable to sponsor visa applicants for this position) 

If you are interested in joining our “Fresh St Market IGA” team and building a strong future! Apply now by completing our online application form on our website  Please ensure that you upload a current copy of your resume with referees. 

Avantara Lincoln Park

General Manager Operations

Korn FerryCairns, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • Full-time

General Manager Operations
opportunity based in Cairns

Ports North is responsible for the development and management of 9 declared ports including Ports of Cairns, Cape Flattery, Karumba, Mourilyan, Skardon River, Quintell Beach, Thursday Island, Burketown, and Cooktown. Ports North also has extensive marina and tourism facilities, particularly in Cairns and has a range of strategic land holdings, including approximately 228 hectares of freehold and 635 hectares of leasehold Strategic Port Land.


This position reports to Ports North’s Chief Executive Officer and provides 
leadership and management of the port operations function. The General Manager Operations role has 3 Manager-level direct reports and holds accountability for ensuring that Ports North has safe and secure port facilities and services that meet legislative requirements, delivered to meet the needs of port stakeholders. Key to the ongoing success of Ports North, this role will instill a collaborative culture within the operations team (45 FTEs), as well as build trust and mutual support with Port and Marina users, customers and stakeholders, government agencies, contractors, and the general public.


The General Manager Operations will offer:

  • Relevant port operations management experience. 
  • Experience in managing shipping activities, floating plant, pilotage and marina operations.
  • Expertise in port emergency and maritime security plans in line with legislative requirements and industry standards.
  • Effective development and oversight of operational strategy, planning and 
  • Successful leadership experience as well as exceptional interpersonal and 
    stakeholder engagement skills. 
  • Well-honed commercial skills as well as a contemporary, best-practice approach to Environment, Risk, and Safety.
  • A proactive and agile work approach underpinned by initiative and integrity.
  • A customer-centric focus.

Korn Ferry is assisting Ports North with this appointment. Please submit CVs or obtain further information from Lachie Ansell at [email protected].

The closing date is May 19, 2024.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Farm Labourer - Mareeba - both locals and Working Holiday Visas

Howe Farming EnterprisesMareeba, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • Full-time

FARM WORK - MAREEBA Far North Queensland

Busy farm located near Mareeba that grows a variety of crops on several farms all located near Mareeba. We work under a high level of WHS procedures and are currently looking for farm labourers both locals and working holiday visa holders.

We are currently looking to fill the following workers for upcoming crops - growing and harvesting season. Work will commence to help grow and harvest bananas and other crops.

- 100 short term seasonal farm labourers. Team members are expected to be available for a 9 month period. Wages will be paid at standard casual award rates under the Horticulture Award. Average minimum weekly hours will be exceeding 30 hours per week.

- 30 long term seasonal farm labourers. Team members will be expected to be on a 2 year contract of employment. Wages will be paid at standard permanent award rates under the Horticulture Award. Minimum 38 hours per week.

There are a range of general farm hand positions available with majority being outside in the open paddocks. Full on the job training will be provided with the potential to upskill.

Casual and Full-time positions available

Field and packshed positions
Days count toward 2nd & 3rd  year visas
Due to the high physical demands and regular periods of hot and humid weather in Far North Queensland (FNQ), team members need to be work-fit and self motivated. Our Organisation conducts regular drug and alcohol testing to ensure a high level of WHS is maintained by all team members.  Successful candidates need to be team players who can work efficiently and accurately.

Intended Start Date: 13th May

**Note only successful applicants criteria will be contacted**

Avantara Lincoln Park

Director Community, Cultural and Economic Development

Peak ServicesCairns, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • Full-time
  • Join a Progressive Council and make the Role Your Own
  • Beautiful Location | 10 minutes’ drive to Weipa with all facilities and great fishing!
  • Abundant opportunities for further economic development and social advancement
  • Up to $145K + 12% Super + FMV + Subsidised Accommodation

Highly rewarding, pivotal role managing a dedicated team making a recognised difference in the community. Continue driving further transformation & growth. 

About Council

The Napranum Aboriginal Shire Council consists of the Mayor and four Councillors. The Executive Management Team is made up of the Chief Executive Officer and five senior managers. The annual budget for the Council is approx. $20 million and there are approximately 70 staff and a population of close to 1000. As reported, the NASC team have achieved exceptional strategic, operational, and financial results throughout the last financial year.

Napranum has become an increasingly prosperous community with modern facilities such as the Mary Ann Coconut library and Indigenous Knowledge Centre, Council office and Civic Centre, QLD Health, and allied health services, Aged and Disability Services including accommodation precinct, supermarket, a war memorial, Water Park and Waterfront development including Café, workshops and many new houses built in the past ten years.

The Role

Reporting to the CEO, you will lead the Directorate to fulfill the strategic vision of Council and enable the community and environment to thrive. Your dedication to unleashing the potential in people will drive your active role in enhancing staff capabilities and customer service to meet the needs of the community.

Ensuring the implementation of plans and strategies that drive economic development and promote indigenous, nature based and eco-tourism will underpin everything you do. Reinvigorating the community farm, supporting the community to set up their own small businesses from maintenance works through to arts and crafts will enable increased employment and financial rewards. As a strategic and transformational leader, you will uplift engagement and performance, creating an environment where staff are empowered, productive and thrive under your leadership.

Key responsibilities include fostering innovation, innovative ideas, programs, and strategies, while ensuring a customer-centric approach to service provision that continues to engage, support, and connect the Napranum community. Developing strong partnerships and promoting continuous improvement are also crucial aspects of the role.    

The Person

This opportunity requires a contemporary, strategic, and people-focused leader with proven experience in arts, creative culture, festivals, events, economic development, and/or place-making. Your expertise in creating tangible outcomes, fostering partnerships, and effectively leading diverse teams will be invaluable. Sound commercial and political acumen, plus a passion for community empowerment, creativity, and continuous improvement is essential. You understand the pivotal role place making, arts, culture and creativity play in community connectiveness and have an ability to effectively lead your team to deliver these services.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in implementing community based initiatives, managing projects, and achieving results ensuring the aspirations of the Napranum community are effectively achieved. Council is open to candidates from a range of backgrounds, provided you have demonstrable leadership experience in the community sector and have ideally lived and worked in a remote Aboriginal/Indigenous location previously. Whilst a knowledge of local government would be beneficial, more importantly you have the capability to understand and lead the team to deliver outstanding results for the community.

Why this Role

Located only 13kms outside Weipa, which is the largest town on the Western Cape York Peninsula, you will have a shopping precinct close by, access to a range of medical services and clinics and an airport that enables easy access to mainland cities. The community runs alongside the Embley River on the Western side of the Cape and is renowned for its stunning sunsets, fishing, and access to amenities.

To Apply

For further details please click ‘apply’ and you will be taken through to our website for more extensive details on both Napranum and the Position. Alternatively, please feel free to call Rona Horsfall on 0438 943854 if you have any questions.

Applications will close on Monday May 27th at 10pm

Please ensure you leave adequate time to complete your application before the closing date and time.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Cattle Livestock Handler/All Rounder

Atherton, Cairns & Far North QLD
  • $65000 to $80000 annually
  • Full-time

About Telpara Hills:

We are one of Australia's leading cattle studs, running approximately 1500 high-value Brangus cattle across multiple properties on the Atherton Tablelands, near Cairns.  We take extreme pride in what we do and want you to share in our vision and be part of our success.  You will not just be a number, but an integral part of our family-based team.

Key Responsibilities:

We are looking for an experienced and capable person to help us with all aspects of farming. Cattle work includes feeding of bulls with heavy machinery, sale preparation, and intensive reproductive programs.  The position also requires general farm work such as yard and irrigation maintenance, building, fencing, and general repairs. Being mechanically minded would be preferred.

You must be able to work to a high-standard, often unsupervised or under pressure.  This is more than a typical ringer-type role.  We are looking for someone to join us for a long-term, stable position.

Benefits and Perks:

-Prestigious role within the industry, learning and utilising specialised cattle skills.

-Year-round, stable employment

-Exciting and varied career in a scenically beautiful area.

-Family and lifestyle friendly working hours.  Flexible 7.30am-5pm workdays with a rotating roster of 6 hours every third to fourth weekend.  We understand you have a life away from the farm and can be flexible to swap days off.

-Variety - no two days will be the same

-Excellent area for schools and available employment of partners.  We are not remote.  Telpara Hills is situated only 15 minutes outside Atherton, QLD, a thriving country town.

-Accommodation is not provided. 

Skills and Experience:

-Minimum of 3 years Cattle, Machinery, or Building Experience.  A combination would be ideal.  We can provide specialised cattle training.

-Welding Experience essential

-Mechanical Knowledge preferred

-Confidence in working with large animals

-Fit and healthy

-Truck Licenses treated favorably, manual car drivers license essential.

-Strict adherence to OHS and low-stress cattle procedures

-Not suitable for school-leavers or travelers.

-This is not a Backpacker position 

How to Apply:

If this sounds like you, email us your resume with a minimum of two references to [email protected] or phone Fiona Pearce 0439774309 with your information and any questions you may have.