- Leadership Role
- Sheep Stud and commercial enterprises
- Hamilton, Victoria
Chrome Sheep Studs is an extensive stud operation and commercial prime lamb business based at Hamilton Victoria. The business seeks an experienced person to lead the key aspects of managing the day to day operations of the business.
In this role you will be responsible for the day to day operations of Chrome’s production systems and the people that make it a success. This will include working closely with the Manager to ensure all production activities are planned, prioritised and then completed efficiently to a high standard. This will include the planning of work programs and actively supervising and guiding an enthusiastic team. You will enjoy leading by example, being hands on in all activities, including livestock husbandry, machinery operations as well as general property development. This is a team oriented role and you will enjoy the regular interaction with others.
To be considered, the following must be outlined in your application:
- The experience or ability to lead and work as part of a team, including the support and guidance of staff
- Proven experience in all aspects of sheep management and all husbandry activities
- Tractor experience, with experience including but not limited to sowing and hay/silage production
- A mechanical aptitude for regular maintenance activities including welding and fencing.
Experience in a role with similar responsibility level will be preferred but not essential if you can demonstrate you are ready for this step in your career. Chrome Sheep Studs is an equal opportunity employer, values workplace safety and invests in staff training to ensure the workplace provides and maintains high levels of job satisfaction.
A home will be provided to the successful applicant with all services, schools, and community activities in easy reach at Hamilton.
A detailed position description and more information can be obtained by calling Gilles Clarisse or Ben Reeve at Meridian Ag (acting on behalf of Chrome) on 03 5341 6100. Click apply with reference to job number 1964 with shortlisting commencing 18 September 2020.