Hot Jobs, Events and Graduate Opportunities
Looking for a new career? Bored in your current job? Looking for a challenge? In your final year of university? AgCareers.com has a number of new exciting roles on the website to suit every job seeker level.
Get in early and apply for Graduate programmes and positions today. There are a number of fantastic opportunities on AgCareers.com at the moment.
Australia Grain Accumulation
Positions have become available within Australian Grain Accumulation Services Pty Ltd for Graduate Field Merchants. Reporting to the Regional Manager, the key responsibility for this role is to represent the activities in grain & oilseeds on behalf of Cargill Australia & Allied Mills in key regional locations.
Landmark Graduate Program
At Landmark, we can help you grow your job into a career. Our 12 month Graduate Program is structured to mix formal training with real hands-on experience and gives you the opportunity to learn about your career options from industry leaders in agronomy, livestock, wool, merchandise, insurance and real estate. That’s why it’s the best way to fast track a successful and fulfilling career in agriculture.
AusWest Agronomy Graduate
An exciting and challenging career opportunity is available with Auswest Seeds, a leading NSW and Queensland seed company. Auswest Seeds are a division of PGG Wrightson global seed business. We are seeking a motivated graduate or recent graduate to join our growing team in the area of Product Development. You must possess formal agronomy qualifications; have a broad knowledge of agricultural practices and a strong interest in the pasture industry.
There are plenty of new and exciting roles on AgCareers.com this month. Companies are looking for motivated and experienced job seekers. Make a move forward in your career today as these positions will not be available for too long
Interested in, or producing organic crops, then this may be of interest to you
Australian Certified Organic (ACO) will present a workshop in Melbourne on organic value-adding on Thursday, April 22.
ACO Managing Director Akiko Nicholls says that the day will provide information invaluable for both currently certified operators and those with an interest in organics. “The workshop will provide important information on innovations in preserving foods and cosmetic products for meeting safety and organic standards, national and international,” Ms Nicholls said. As one of the fastest growth sectors in the agricultural industry, research group IBIS World has recently forecast that the organic industry will have the fastest growth across all industries in Australia, second only to the sugar industry.