We are committed to helping young people begin a career in the meat industry. We advertise industry job opportunities here and also hold a Careers Expo as part of our Tertiary ICMJ competition in Wagga each year to ensure graduates have the best opportunity to network with potential employers in the meat industry.
The 2019 Careers Expo, supported by Gradlink, will be held once again at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga, as a part of the ICMJ program.
If your company is interested in being a part of our Careers Expo, please register your interest with Rozzie O’Reilly at email@example.com
Companies who have attended the careers expo in recent years include: Agribsuiness banks; rural retailers; veterinary practices; State and Federal agriculture departments; pastoral companies; meat marketing companies; meat processors; next generation organisations; animal health companies and R&D organisations.
MLA Career Opportunities:
Manager- Stakeholder Engagement
The Manager – Stakeholder Engagement will design and deliver MLA’s stakeholder engagement strategy as well as gather and provide insight regarding stakeholder issues and needs so that our programs remain responsive and relevant to the stakeholder environment.
This role will be based in either our North Sydney or Brisbane office.
Key accountabilities of the role include:
For more details and to apply CLICK HERE. Applications close 31 January 2019
Operations Manager- Sheep Genetics
Other key components of the role include:
The key responsibility is to manage the development and continuous improvement of Sheep Genetics, to achieve goals defined in the business plan (financial, industry adoption and genetic gain) and to lead the Sheep Genetics team, as well as interacting with external service providers, to achieve uptake of Sheep Genetics technology.
The Operations Manager – Sheep Genetics, contributes to planning and implementation of relevant projects in wool, lamb and sheep meat production research that enhance the goal of genetic improvement in the Australian sheep industry, including, but not limited to the National Livestock Genetics Consortium, Sheep CRC, sheep genomics and commercialisation, research and adoption activities.
For more information and to apply CLICK HERE. Applications Close 31 January 2019
PROJECT MANAGER, MEAT SUPPLY CHAIN
The Project Manager for Meat Supply Chain will lead and deliver critical business projects, working end to end for the Woolworths Food Group. You will also ensure the relevant business needs of stakeholders are met and aligns to vision and ambitions for the Group.
This is a Business focused Project Management role, not traditional IT. Responsibilities include:
For more information and to apply CLICK HERE. (Job posted on 11/1/19)
If you have a role you would like to advertise here to an audience dedicated to pursuing a career in the meat and livestock industry, email your enquiry and job vacancy details to firstname.lastname@example.org