Stockyards – General Labourer

Stockyards – General Labourer

What is the opportunity?

We are currently recruiting for a Stockyards General Labourer to join our team at Wingham Beef Exports, ideally the successful candidate will be genuinely interested in working with cattle and motivated to build a career in the industry. This is a fulltime position, but you will need to be willing and able to work flexible hours.

You will be required to assist in following our daily kill schedule while prioritising animal welfare and maintaining quality standards. Your duties will include feeding cattle, ensuring clean stockyards, implementing Low-Stress Handling techniques to uphold high animal welfare standards, and managing livestock truck arrivals, including paperwork and communication with truck drivers and producers.

 

What skills are we looking for?

  • Possess a good work ethic, with the ability to work within a small team
  • Strong understanding of Animal Welfare Standards
  • Comprehensive working knowledge
  • Proven focus for ensuring Health and Safety

 

What experience are we looking for?

  • Previous experience working in stockyards.
  • Experience in handling livestock is essential.
  • Animal Welfare accreditation (or willing to be trained)

 

Why choose Wingham Beef Exports?

  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Opportunities to progress quickly into a variety of skilled roles
  • Located on the picturesque Mid North Coast of NSW and close to many prestigious beaches.

Come for a career but stay for the lifestyle of living and working in a family friendly town that offers a real county experience and genuine hospitality.

 

Why wait – apply now!

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Experience in the Meat Industry? You may qualify for sponsorship.
Have an Australian Work Visa? Apply with any skill level – have your visa details ready.
Skill requirement: Please note, we are unable to sponsor without proven skills in the meat industry.

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