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$80640 - $111360 Annually Farm manager at Warragul

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]

Avantara Lincoln Park

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!

        Avantara Lincoln Park

        Sales Support Merchandise

        Nutrien Ag SolutionsMoe, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • Full-time

        If you want a career that makes a difference then come work with us at Nutrien where your purpose for coming to work every day is real and impactful - growing our world from the ground up. 

        Our people grow their careers here through unique opportunities across every corner of Australia, and globally. We’re the world’s largest provider of crop inputs, services and solutions working across so many diverse sectors. 

        If you’ve never thought about the agriculture industry it’s time to explore opportunities you’ve never dreamed of while making a real difference. So, come join us.


        We are currently seeking a driven Merchandise Salesperson to join our team in Moe.


        About the Opportunity:

        Reporting to the Branch Manager and other members of staff, this role is responsible for providing sales and administration support including:

        • Loading and unloading, dispatching and unpacking orders and deliveries
        • Forklift operation
        • Managing stock storage and display areas 
        • Performing general administrative tasks including stock control, ordering, receipting, and dispatching of goods
        • Assist customers with pricing and product queries  
        • Processing counter sales through POS
        • Maintaining safety processes
        • Assistance with merchandise campaign material

        Please note this role includes a rotating Saturday roster


        About You:

        To be successful in this role you will have:

        • Excellent attention to detail
        • A proactive approach to work and practical organisation skills
        • Effective verbal communications skills
        • Problem solving skills and empathy to resolve customer and internal issues promptly
        • Forklift ticket is advantageous or willingness to obtain


        Nutrien Ag Solutions is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people of all ages, genders and backgrounds.


        Apply today!

        Make a difference. Being part of Nutrien Ag Solutions, one of Australia’s largest agriculture companies, means your purpose for coming to work every day is real and impactful - growing our world from the ground up. If this is you click on the APPLY button. To find out more about Nutrien Ag Solutions go to  or follow us on LinkedIn. 


        This job will remain posted until filled. In accordance with Nutrien Ag Solutions’ policies, it is a requirement for candidate's being considered to complete a pre-employment background and medical check as part of the recruitment process for eligible roles. All candidates being considered will be required to complete a visa entitlement check to ensure legal rights to work in Australia are in line with the position."

        While we appreciate all applications we receive, only candidates under consideration will be verbally contacted, however you can expect an update regarding the outcome of your application in written form.

        Avantara Lincoln Park

        Horticutlure Various Roles

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

        About the Organisation

        Flavorite is one of Australia’s largest glasshouse producers of fresh fruit and vegetables. Flavorite grow, market, distribute and supply premium fresh produce which is full of flavour both nationally and internationally. The driving force behind the Flavorite story is our people. Our team continue to push the boundaries in the agricultural space and innovate to ensure we produce the best tasting produce all year round whilst minimising our impact on the environment. Join us in creating a healthy and sustainable tomorrow. We have a strong culture that is underpinned by our family values and a thirst for continuous improvement. Our workforce is diverse and our technical capabilities are best in class within the agricultural industry.

        About the Opportunity

        Flavorite continues to enjoy a high level of growth and is regularly looking for interested people to join their team as casual employees. Flavorite offers base hourly rate and the opportunity to earn great bonus.

        Duties will vary depending on labour requirements but could be in the following departments:

        Crop Care (Click here to view position description) 

        • Twisting – Training the plants to grow up the string supports
        • Truss Pruning – Selecting the best fruit to achieve optimal truss production
        • Layering – Lowering the plants for picking and de-leafing
        • De-leafing – Removing leaves to improve the growth of the plants and to make the next harvesting truss visible
        • Other duties such as arch supports, crop spraying, and identifying crop pests and diseases where required
        • This department works in a greenhouse

        To see a demonstration of some of these duties, visit our You Tube site:

        Production (Click here to view position description) 

        • Picking fruit to meet KPIs and quality requirements (Picking department)
        • Packing fruit to meet KPIs and quality requirements (Packing department)

        To see a demonstration of some of these duties, visit our You Tube site:

        Nursery (Click here to view position description)

        • Grafting specific plant varieties onto root stock
        • Nursery tasks such as:
          • Staking and clipping of seedlings
          • Spreading of seedlings
          • Planting new crops in accordance with current standard
          • Blocking on
          • Plant variety trials
          • Packing up
        • Participate in the removal of finishing crop during the winter season and replanting of new crops
        • Monitor, evaluate, identify and report on the physical health of the crop


        Core capabilities of successful candidates:

        • Previous experience with repetitive tasks
        • Ability to follow instruction
        • Reliable and motivated
        • Good level of fitness
        • Strong team work abilities
        • High attention to detail

        These positions represent core roles that are integral to Flavorite's continued success. Training will be provided on the job.

        For further information regarding these positions please refer to the relevant Position Descriptions above.

        How to Apply

        If you are interested in applying for these roles, please complete the application details below.



        Working Holiday Visa Holders need not apply.




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        Nursery Operations Manager

        Yarragon, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • Full-time
      • We're on a mission 'to create a healthier environment for all living communities.' Will you join us?
      • Newly created position due to significant business growth, and strong demand for our high-quality native aquatic and terrestrial plants.
      • Work with a supportive Management Team and passionate Nursery Hands, in a position of influence with the autonomy to make your mark on our organisation and the Environment.
      • Highly competitive salary package and benefits (including vehicle, laptop and phone allowance), negotiable for the right candidate. Send us an email to review the Position Description and Salary Range.
      • Applications considered in strict and absolute confidence for those currently employed in the Nursery Industry.
      • About Habitat Creations

        Habitat Creations is a family-owned company specialising in large-scale urban landscaping, natural environment remediation and revegetation, and native plant supply via our Wholesale Nursery. Our Nursery division is where the Habitat Creations story began and is still the backbone of our entire operations.

        Our Nursery team grows several million indigenous aquatic and terrestrial plants per year, supplying the landscaping industry, state and local government, water authorities, catchment management authorities, private landholders and our own Landscaping and Environment projects. Together, we work towards our shared purpose; to create a healthier environment for all living communities.

        The Opportunity

        This is a dynamic, multi-faceted role overseeing all Nursery Operations. The role requires strong planning skills, the ability to multi-task and prioritise, and extensive Horticulture and Production Nursery knowledge to effectively manage the Habitat Creations’ Seed Bank, Propagation, Production, Plant Health and Maintenance Programs and Nursery Infrastructure.

        Working closely with the Directors, General Manager, and Nursery Management Team, you’ll have the opportunity to play a key role in the current operations and future direction of the Horticulture Division of Habitat Creations as we continue to make our mark on the Industry and the Environment at-large.

        For a copy of the Position Description, please follow the steps under ‘the Application Process.’ For the right candidate, a very attractive salary package and benefits will be available.

        Key Skills, Experience and Qualifications


        • At least 5 years of experience in a similar management role in a Wholesale Plant Nursery (preferably native plants).
        • A relevant tertiary qualification and/or;
        • Experience in the management of propagation and production programs, techniques, and collection of electronic records
        • Experience in the provision of horticultural services and programs with a diverse range of plant materials, and the maintenance/use of associated plant/equipment in accordance with nursery hygiene practices.
        • Proven experience in the development and implementation of work and maintenance plans, project management and research skills.
        • Proven experience in the coordination, operational maintenance and team leadership in the nursery environment.
        • Ability to optimise plant performance, including: nutritional requirements; knowledge of weed, pest and disease identification, and control using IPM strategies
        • Experience with irrigation systems
        • Maintenance and use of a wide range of horticultural plant and equipment.
        • Knowledge and experience using computer software programs to record, maintain, and extract information.
        • A current and valid Driver’s License
        • First Aid Level II


        • Strong planning ability with sufficient business and financial acumen in order to effectively manage Nursery budgets with support from the General Manager
        • Experience with the Evergreen Connect nursery management system
        • Construction Industry White Card
        • Knowledge of Safe Work practices and experience implementing appropriate safety policies and procedures

        The application process

        Click 'apply now' to apply via Seek. Make sure to include a copy of your resume and cover letter detailing your experience and skills that indicate your suitability for the role. To request a copy of the Position Description, please email [email protected]. All enquiries into this role will be handled in strict and absolute confidence.

        Only short-listed applicants will be contacted, and these roles are not open to recruitment agencies - thank you for your understanding.

        Avantara Lincoln Park

        Nursery hand (wholesale)

        Neerim, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • $27 to $35 hourly
        • Full-time


        Immediate start - FULL- TIME

        KOOTENAY PARK NURSERY is located in Neerim and is a family-run wholesale production business that just happens to be one of the biggest in-ground  and containerised nurseries in Gippsland. 

        They specialise in propagating, growing and containerising ornamental deciduous trees with a variety of weeping and standardised trees, supplying to a range of retail and wholesale nurseries through to containerised tree growers and landscapers, throughout Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, NSW and A.C.T.  

        Their passion, experience and knowledge holds a reputation of producing the very best quality trees and require multiple nursery hands on a permanent basis with immediate start.

        The responsibilities:






        *Budding/ Grafting



        *Weed control 

        *Loading trucks/ Assisting on deliveries

        The benefits:

        • Stable employment with this long running business/Mentoring and guidance from experienced team members 

        • Future career development with many other learning & development opportunities available

        * Sponsorship available to eligible applicants (must have evidence of 2 years work experience in Australia)

        • Maintaining fitness in the rain, hail or sunshine!

        The requirements:

        *Demonstrated experience working in horticultural or farming. Tractor driving experience an advantage but not essential.

        *Drivers Licence and own transport essential- location of Nursery is not close to public transport.

        * Possible arrangement for local accomodation to the right applicant. 

        * Strong work ethic and the ability to work as a team

        * Keen eye for detail

        • The ability to work in the diverse Gippsland weather

        * Full rights to work in Australia


        Hours are generally Monday – Thursday, 7.30 – 5.00 with Friday finishing at 12.30. With some overtime available. 


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        Nursery Dispatch and Production Team Leaders

        Yarragon, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • $42 to $58 hourly
        • Full-time
      • Due to strong business growth, four full-time leadership positions have been created to lead our Dispatch and Production teams.
      • Help our team grow several million native plants to create and revegetate landscapes across Victoria for our industry-leading partners, and internal project teams.
      • Work with a supportive management team and passionate Nursery Hands, committed to growing and supplying high-quality aquatic and terrestrial plants.
      • We're on a mission 'to create a healthier environment for all living communities.' Will you join us?
      • About Habitat Creations

        Habitat Creations is a family-owned company specialising in large-scale urban landscaping, natural environment remediation and revegetation, and native plant supply via our Wholesale Nursery. Our Nursery division is where the Habitat Creations story began and is still the backbone of our entire operations. Our Nursery team grows several million indigenous aquatic and terrestrial plants per year, supplying the landscaping industry, state and local government, water authorities, catchment management authorities, private landholders and our own Landscaping and Environment projects. Together, we work towards our shared purpose; to create a healthier environment for all living communities.

        The Opportunity

      • 2x Full-Time Dispatch Team Leaders (1x Moe, 1x Yarragon)
      • 2x Full-Time Production Team Leaders (1x Moe, 1x Yarragon)
      • Salary Band, Grade 3: $25.04 - $29.10 per hour (negotiable based on experience)
      • These are important hands-on roles primarily focused on providing leadership and direction to our Dispatch and Production Nursery Teams, located at our Moe and Yarragon Nursery Sites. Working closely with Nursery Management you will be trusted with implementing and overseeing work programs and priorities as instructed, and providing day-to-day leadership and training to assist in the operation of efficient Nursery Dispatch and Production teams.

        Key Skills, Experience and Qualifications


        • At least 2 years of experience in a wholesale production nursery (native plants preferred), with demonstrated knowledge and skills covering the main duties described
        • An enthusiasm for plants and the horticulture industry
        • The ability to complete physical work in all weather conditions
        • Dexterity / fine motor skills
        • The ability to provide direction, instruction and feedback
        • The ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team
        • A current and valid driver’s license and reliable transport
        • A friendly, positive and inclusive mindset
        • First Aid Level II


        • A horticulture qualification is desirable, but not essential

        The application process

        Click 'apply now' to apply via Seek. Make sure to include a copy of your resume and cover letter detailing your experience and skills that indicate your suitability for the role. To request a copy of the Position Description, please email [email protected]. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted, and these roles are not open to recruitment agencies - thank you for your understanding.

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        Teacher Agriculture

        TAFE GippslandWarragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • $78564 to $111391 annually
        • Full-time
        • Full Time & Part Time Opportunities available to suit your lifestyle
        • Permanent Ongoing positions
        • Based at Warragul Baw Baw Skills Centre or Sale Campus (negotiable)
        • Job Reference No. 2440

        About us

        Integrity, excellence, collaboration, and responsibility are at the heart of our educational philosophy and shape our organisation’s identity. 

        As the 2023 Large Training Provider of the Year (Victorian Training Awards), we are setting the benchmark for the delivery of accessible, quality vocational education and training in the region. 

        For more than 85 years, we have been helping our Gippsland communities thrive by empowering local students and supporting local businesses. We have campuses throughout eastern Victoria, from Warragul and Leongatha to Bairnsdale and Lakes Entrance, offering a diverse range of training programs.

        About the role

        TAFE Gippsland are seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced industry experts to join us in either a full time or part time capacity. These roles involve providing teaching delivery and assessment to our Certificates II, III & IV in Agriculture and Diploma of Agriculture Students and present an exciting opportunity to join our TAFE Gippsland Agriculture teaching team based at our Baw Baw Skill Centre or our Sale Campus. 

        As a teacher, you will play a key role in developing current industry course materials, delivery high quality training and assessment, and completing education administration responsibilities. Your guidance and support will be integral in equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in the agriculture industry.

        As an industry expert your current skills, hands-on experience, and enthusiasm for passing on knowledge to the next generation of agricultural professionals is vital to our students success and outcomes.

        About you

        We are seeking an individual who can demonstrate experience and knowledge in any or all of the following areas of expertise: grazing management, animal health, soil health, livestock husbandry, feeding management and agri-business. 

        Your confidence and proactive approach are complemented by excellent interpersonal and communication skills, enabling you to establish and maintain relationships both with students and industry stakeholders.

        You possess high-level ICT skills, a comprehensive understanding of training packages, and a keen awareness of compliance and quality requirements. You enjoy collaborating with others and working as part of a team. You can demonstrate prior experience in training, mentoring, and providing support to trainees and apprentices in the workplace. Your passion for the agricultural industry is evident in your commitment to imparting knowledge and fostering growth of the next generation in the industry.

         Qualifications and experience

        • Minimum Certificate IV in Agriculture or related studies
        • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in the agricultural industry (farming or service provider)
        • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment (TAE40122 or equivalent) - If not held on commencement, qualification must be completed within agreed timeframe – support provided.

        Mandatory requirements

        • Current Victorian Working with Children Clearance
        • Current Police Check (no older than 12 months old)
        • A valid COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate
        • Current Driver’s Licence

        If you currently don’t hold the minimum required teaching qualification, yet you have extensive industry experience and associated qualifications, TAFE Gippsland will consider your application, but you must meet all other criteria shown in the Job Description. 

        What we can offer you:

        • Employment with a progressive employer
        • Flexible working arrangements – Full time and part time opportunities available
        • Novated Leasing and Salary Packaging
        • A great culture and supportive team environment
        • Access to an Employee Assistance Program 
        • Job security – ongoing permanent positions
        • Full on-the-job training and support, along with further professional development opportunities
        • Idyllic regional setting in Gippsland

        How to apply:

        To download the Job Description and related documentation please ensure you register, and login via the main menu first. To apply for this position please visit the TAFE Gippsland website. Applications are to be submitted online and must include;

        • a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria (see Job Description)
        • a current resume.

        For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact Kim Damsma, Program Manager Agriculture, Horticulture & Conservation on 0439 742 198. 

        For assistance with the online application process, please contact Shona Hoggard, Senior People & Culture Advisor on 03 5120 4540.

        Applications close at 2.00pm on Monday 20 May 2024.  

        TAFE Gippsland is a Child Safe Organisation and equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and inclusion in our workforce and encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities, and identities to apply for our vacancies.

        TAFE Gippsland is committed to fair and equitable recruitment and employment processes based on merit, competence, and potential. If you would like assistance with your resume and cover letter, please contact the Gippsland Skills and Jobs Centre on 1300 282 317.

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        2IC to Dairy Farm Manager

        DairyJobsDrouin, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • $42 to $58 hourly
        • Full-time

        This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual who is:

        • Ambitiously seeking a long-term career in in the dairy industry.
        • Self-motivated with strong dairy skills and expertise.
        • Looking to further develop their operational and leadership skills whilst being well rewarded for their efforts and achievements!

        Our client, Invermay Farms is a family corporate business that boasts impressive state-of-the-art infrastructure and combines professionalism with nimbleness and effective decision making.

        Invermay Farms has established solid foundations for growth, creating a platform for you to take the next step in your career and contribute to their ongoing success. Assist the Dairy Farm Manager to manage the farm's operations, and resources and continue to make positive changes to help Invermay Farms to progress and reach its full potential. 

        Invermay Farm Statistics:

        • 650Ha farm.
        • Milking herd 1200 cows and with additional replacement stock.
        • Allflex collar and Easy Dairy systems.
        • An expert and professional advisory board to support you.
        • 5YO auto 60-unit rotary dairy w/cup removers, milk metering, & auto teat spraying.
        • New purpose-built calf rearing shed w/robotic feeding system for 300 calves.
        • New purpose-built calving shed and stock handling facilities.
        • Brand new state-of-the-art feed pad with flood wash.
        • New machinery and equipment.
        • Excellent pastures, laneways, and a fully updated stock water system.
        • Nearby leased land for agistment.
        • Extensive fertiliser program and effluent system.
        • An established team of capable, loyal, and happy workers.
        • Digital rostering, timesheet and onboarding system.


        Invermay farms is only 1hr from Melbourne, 10min from Drouin & Warragul! 


        THE ROLE

        You will report to the Dairy Farm Manager (and to the Board in the Dairy Farm Manager's absence). You will be responsible and accountable for helping to successfully manage the day-to-day operations of the dairy farm, contributing to, and setting the strategic priorities and objectives of the business. 

        Key requirements include:

        • Ensuring the smooth running of the farm by adhering to the clearly defined operational plan, and the farm’s relevant policies and procedures.
        • Implementing relevant strategic initiatives.
        • Providing leadership that meets employer obligations and best practice in line with Invermay’s state of the art dairy business that aims for best practice across all aspects of its farming business including:
          • Managing staff, providing leadership and guidance to the team.
          • Milking procedures and milk quality.
          • Calf rearing and heifer raising.
          • Maintaining the highest animal welfare standards.
          • Herd health and breeding programs.
          • Maintaining farm infrastructure and machinery in excellent working condition.
          • Ensuring the farm meets any environmental regulations or aspirations.
          • Optimising feeding strategies that combine efficient use of pastures, fodder crops, feed pad and in shed feeding systems.


        ABOUT YOU

        This is a hands-on role that requires you working in collaboration with a range of stakeholders, including your colleagues, vets, herd improvement services, contractors and consultants. Additionally, you must have:

        • Demonstrated experience working at a senior dairy farm hand or manager level role of a large-scale dairy farm operation.
        • Excellent verbal, and written communication, and interpersonal skills.
        • The ability to build and maintain sustainable relationships - high-level stakeholder management skills.
        • Experience and ability to create systems throughout the farm to foster excellent performance and production targets.
        • Excellent IT and computer skills to manage the digital management systems in place.
        • The desire and strength to uphold high standards, meet legislative obligations and best practice.
        • Ability to take responsibility be accountable and holding others accountable to deliver high quality farm outcomes.
        • A genuine and innate concern for people and animal health and well-being.



        • Highly competitive total remuneration package which includes a renovated four-bedroom Farmhouse with modern kitchen and bathroom.
        • The opportunity for professional development through both internal and external interactions.
        • Join a business led by owners committed to growing the business in a professional and sustainable manner.


        If you meet the key requirements of the role and would like to become a part of Invermay Farm's success story, apply now!

        To download the position description (PD) visit for a confidential conversation please call Anna Hazewinkel on 1300 277 633.

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        Coordinator Tree Care

        Cardinia Shire CouncilPakenham, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • Full-time
        • Opportunity to make a tangible difference in our community's landscape.
        • $116, 884 - $137,900 + Super + Council vehicle for work related activities
        • Pakenham location

        Together, Different Future     

        As one of the fastest growing municipalities in Victoria, Cardinia Shire Council is a dynamic, progressive, and inclusive local council. Our success lies in working together, doing things differently and preparing for the future.       

        We’re looking for people who dream big and want to be part of creating meaningful change in our community.      

        The opportunity 

        Join our team as a Tree Care Coordinator, where you'll lead a dedicated group of arborists to ensure the efficient delivery of tree-care services across the shire. You'll play a vital role in developing sustainable strategies aligned with council's objectives and enhancing our processes. 

         Make a Difference 

        • by determining staffing needs and responsibilities for tree-care processes.
        • providing guidance and development to a team of qualified arborists.
        • developing and implementing long-term sustainable strategies for tree population management.
        • Ensuring compliance with regulations and manage emergency response plans.
        • overseeing contracts for tree maintenance and manage budget performance.
        • Offering strategic advice for arboriculture services' development.

         What you’ll bring  

        • Diploma in Arboriculture with local government experience.
        • Proven ability in risk assessment, contract oversight, and strategy development.
        • Strong communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.
        • Experience in managing teams and fostering a collaborative work culture.
        • Data analysis proficiency and attention to detail.
        • Current Victorian Drivers Licence.

         Why work with us   

        • Activity based and hybrid work model.                
        • Opportunities to work on innovative and impactful projects that make a real difference to the community.                         
        • Professional development opportunities, including training and education programs, as well as leadership development initiatives.                           
        • A commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, with initiatives to reduce the Council's carbon footprint and promote sustainable practices in the community.                
        • A focus on work-life balance, with programs and initiatives designed to support employees' physical and mental well-being.               
        • Discover these benefits and how we support and value our employees throughout their career journey.  Click                     

          To apply 

        • Please complete the online application form and include a letter (maximum two pages) outlining your skills, experience and qualifications and why you have the right attitude to thrive in this role.
        • Applications close: 14th May 2024  
        • For further information regarding the role please contact Ana Caicedo, Manager Operations on 0468 535 353 or refer to the position description.             

        Cardinia Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to an equitable, diverse, and socially inclusive work environment and a positive, barrier-free recruitment process. We welcome applicants from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, people living with a disability, LGBTIQ+ and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to explore career opportunities with Cardinia Shire Council.

         If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application by contacting us on 1300 787 624.        

        All successful applicants will be required to undertake a National Police Check and pre-employment medicals, certain positions may also require a Working with Children Check.               

        You must have valid Australian Working Rights to be considered for this role.