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.
ICMJ will once again be hosting our careers events in 2023, including our very popular Careers Expo held as part of our ICMJ Competition at Wagga, supported by Gradlink. This event aims to showcase the breadth of careers across the industry, and to make connections between employers and our University student participants.
We have also expanded this include the Northern Industry expo as part of our Northern ICMJ conference at Rockhampton. Through this event at our conference we facilitate networking between those working in industry and also connect businesses attendees who may be seeking employment opportunities in the industry.
Companies who have attended the careers and industry expos in recent years include: Agribusiness 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.
You can find the list of companies attending our 2022 Careers Expo at Wagga here: Careers Expo Company Profiles
If your company is interested in being a part of our careers and industry expos, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to COVID cancelling our face-to-face events we held Careers Expo events online in 2020. Via webinar and online we held:
Careers Panel Q& A
Professional Development Session
Virtual Careers Fair via Careers Plus App
See below for more details and webinar recordings
The ICMJ Careers Panel discussion featured leaders from the beef, lamb and pork sectors, and representing producers, processors and R&D organisations. The panelists discussed the range of career paths on offer, in–demand skill sets, and what employers are looking for in graduates.
View the recorded webinar here:
The ICMJ Jobhunter Training Session featured presentations from leading rural recruitment agency, Rimfire Resources, on top tips for jobseekers, as well as networking advice from the chief executive of Beef Australia Ian Mill. The training session will help prepare participants to meet prospective employers.
View the recorded webinar below
The ICMJ Virtual Careers Expo enabled students to hold one-on-one video meetings with prospective employers from more than 30 different agribusinesses from across the country. The meetings were facilitated via phone app (Careers Fair Plus).
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.
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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 email@example.com