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- Myroodah Station, Western Australia
- Casual position
- Competitive Salary
Australian Indigenous Agribusiness Company Pty Ltd (AIA) is a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC). AIA was established to help the ILC achieve its objectives and legislative mandate, particularly by delivering Indigenous benefits in the agribusiness sector. AIA develops, operates, and invests in commercial land-based agribusinesses in partnership with Indigenous people to drive the achievement of benefits for Indigenous people. This currently includes cattle, sheep and carbon farming operations. AIA aspires to be a market leader in the sustainable and ethical production of food, fuel, fibre and carbon.
An exciting opportunity is now available for a Head Stockman to work at one of the most iconic regions in Australia — the Kimberley’s of Western Australia. The Head Stockman will support the cattle operations of a 401,944 ha property known as Myroodah Station.
The right candidate will have:
- thorough knowledge of and experience in the beef cattle industry;
- quiet cattle handling, competent horse and motorbike skills;
- willingness to be a good team player within a corporate organisation;
- a strong leadership and communication skills;
- competent computer & literacy skills for recording animal data at yard site – namely Gallagher TSi Livestock system (or similar);
- a fresh approach to WHS; and
- a valid drivers licence or HR licence is essential, and firearms licence (not required but will be looked upon favourably).
Previous experience working in isolated remote areas and/or an Indigenous community would be an advantage but not essential.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply.
The successful applicants will be engaged as a casual under the provisions of the Australian Indigenous Agribusiness (former NIPE) Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020.
How to Apply
For further information, please contact Mick Richards, Property Manager on 08 9191 4735. (Position documentation, the Recruitment Privacy Statement and more information on the ILC/AIA are available on our website at www.ilc.gov.au)
Applications are to include a covering letter and a detailed current CV and should be in “MS word” or PDF format. Further information may be requested if you are selected for interview.
You must be an Australian resident and your application must demonstrate that you have knowledge of the role and functions of AIA and the ILC.
To apply visit www.ilc.gov.au/jobs
Applications close Monday 2 April 2018.