Category: Station Overseer
A tremendously exciting Senior role is being offered by a District-leading
productive and profitable, high-rainfall, large-scale, quality sheep and cattle
property in Western VIC. Near major towns with full facilities, hospital and
The role will operate with considerable independence and empower the right
candidate to grow and demonstrate their skills, experience and own their results.
Eddington is the ‘founding site’ of AgriWebb farm software, so the right candidate will understand forward-thinking methods and be excited to grow their own abilities with world-leading techniques and technology.
The role reports directly to the Farm Manager, and key duties will include the
- Organise and be responsible for all livestock activities
- Manage large ewe breeding flock and cattle enterprises with the application of industry best practices including targeting condition score and optimised rotational grazing methods
- Use “AgriWebb” Farm Software to track all on-farm and animal data
- Maintain and report livestock movements and numbers
- Fencing, general farm maintenance and repairs
- Ensure safe work practices with staff
- Be reliable and self-motivated
- Comfortable working across all aspects of the 8000 self-replacing ewe flock, 200 Angus breeding cattle enterprises and up to 800 trade/backgrounding cattle
- Have good communication skills, be intelligent, friendly and honest
- Have a passion for long-term career in the industry
- Above-market salary and benefits
- Long-term incentive bonus plan rewards tied to farm financial performance
- Annual bonus rewards for exceptional execution
- An extremely comfortable, newly renovated four-bedroom family home with exceptional southerly views, garage and a large private garden is provided
opportunity to further your career in a highly productive and successful business.
For further details please contact Tom on 0427052451 and/or email your
application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on Sunday 17th October unless filled prior.
Date Posted: 2021-10-01