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Full time position for a
The successful applicant will take care of all
aspects of the running of the Club, and will involve
opening and closing of the bar on six afternoons
and evenings per week.
Computer literacy is essential, and a knowledge of
the H&L bar system would be an advantage.
Contact: James Roberts 0407 898 008
An exciting new opportunity now exists for a
to join our busy Angus & Co. Bar & Grill team!
Please forward your application to Mark;
Select Harvests Ltd. (SHV) is Australia’s second largest almond grower and a
leading manufacturer, processor and marketer of nut products, health snacks and
muesli. We supply the Australian retail and industrial markets, in addition to
exporting almonds globally.
Our geographically diverse almond orchards are located in the Riverland,
Sunraysia and Riverina districts of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales,
respectively. Our portfolio includes approximately 7,000 hectares of company
owned, leased and joint venture almond orchards.
This role will support the Technical and Farm Operations Team specifically
focusing on water, nutrition, pest and pollination management. The role will be
supporting our operations in the Sunraysia district of Victoria, accounting for
approximately 3,000 hectares of the company’s orchard portfolio.
This is a unique career opportunity to join a fast growing industry and company.
A salary package commensurate with experience will be discussed if successful.
Applications close Friday 17th March 2017.
Further information can be obtained by phoning Trish Handy, HR Officer on
(03) 5026 0111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuous improvement of agronomic farm practices to optimise yield,
quality and ultimately profitability.
A strong focus on optimising water and nutrition management.
A key member of new initiatives and trials.
Support and liaise with operations and farm staff in the implementation of
water, nutrition, pest and pollination management programs.
Support quality assurance and fruit quality assessment.
Evaluate horticultural programs and participate in yearly reviews of
horticultural and farm performance.
Remain abreast of modern farm management practices that deliver tangible
Drive optimum farming and natural resource efficiency.
Relevant tertiary qualifications (Bachelor degree in Science, preferably
Experience in irrigation agronomy will be looked upon favourably.
“Hands on” approach.
Advanced analytical thinking with good computer skills.
Confident, articulate, self-motivated and the ability to motivate others.
Well organised, disciplined and an ability to work within a team
environment and an environment of continuous change.
Skills and Experience:
Select Harvests Almond Division currently have a vacancy for an Irrigation
This much sought after challenging role will see the successful incumbent meet
company objectives through active participation and cooperation within a well-
established team environment.
Objectives include a strong commitment to primary focus on irrigation
operational support working with a project management team to develop
irrigation infrastructure on Greenfield projects, and working with technical/
irrigation staff to develop and facilitate an irrigation maintenance program.
This role will require strong leadership with a strong focus on safety, proactive
approach, effective communication skills, drive and enthusiasm and the ability
to work under pressure. The ability to demonstrate developed, effective problem
solving ability and to maintain a hands on approach will enhance the success of
A qualification in horticulture, along with experience in irrigation will be looked
upon favourably. Interstate travel will be required.
This very busy environment offers an attractive remuneration and terms of
employment on a full time basis commencing as soon as practical. Further
information can be obtained by phoning Trish Handy, HR Officer on 5026 0111
or email email@example.com
Applications will close Friday 17th March 2017.
Almond Division, Robinvale
Irrigation Project Officer
Infrastructure Trainee –
Open Spaces & Water Services
3 Year Fixed Term Contract
Are you enthusiastic, love working outside
and eager to take on a new challenge, this
might be for you?
We are offering a fantastic opportunity for an
individual aged between 17 – 24 years to join
our Open Space & Water Services team. This
role offers a wide range of activities including
from maintaining our parks and gardens and
other council infrastructure.
You will need to be physically fit, enjoy working
in the outdoors and take pride in the community
you will be working in. Minimum requirement
is a current Provisional Drivers licence for the
You will have the opportunity to gain a variety of
skills whilst studying towards your certificate III
Parks and Gardens (AHC31016).
Applicants should refer to the Position
Description on our website www.renmarkparinga.
sa.gov.au and include a one page cover detailing
your interests and experiences.
Queries about the position can be directed to
Manager Infrastructure delivery – Tarik Wolf
0428 817 138.
Applications close 24 March 2017 at 5pm
Applications to be marked ‘Confidential’ and
People and Culture Officer
Renmark Paringa Council
PO Box 730
RENMARK SA 5341
or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org .gov.au
Renmark Paringa Council is an Equal
Committed to a sustainable future
PART TIME DRIVER AND
YARD HAND WANTED
Job requires hc or mc licence, forklift licence and
experience in field preferred.
Applicant must be able to work on there own.
Must be comfortable following instructions.
Must work well as a team and under pressure.
Temporary work with potential to go full time to
Contact Valls on 8582 1155 or email
STYRENE PACKAGING CO. PTY LTD
Fully Qualified Refrigeration
Devilee’s Air Conditioning and Refrigeration have an
immediate requirement for a qualified Refrigeration
Technician to join their diverse and busy Service
Department within their Berri branch office.
Become part of a successful, team orientated
business whilst carrying out residential and
commercial service, installation, maintenance
and repairs on a range of air conditioning and
commercial refrigeration equipment throughout the
Devilee’s Air Conditioning and Refrigeration have
been providing residential, commercial and industrial
air conditioning and commercial refrigeration
solutions including design, installation, supply and
maintenance for over 55 years.
Employing over 65 people with branches based
in Mildura, and Berri in the Riverland, Devilee’s
have an established reputation for reliable, trusted
and professional customer service with exclusive
dealerships with the world’s leading brands in air
Skills & Experience
The successful applicant will have:
Excellent communication and time
Current Refrigerant Handling licenses
Be able to work independently and as part
of a team
Demonstrated diagnostic, fault finding and
repair experience is essential.
Benefits to you:
Excellent salary package
Well maintained company car, fuel card,
phone and uniform
Supportive work environment
Job security with a long established and
well respected business
To apply for this position, please forward your
current resume to David Gates – Branch
Manager on email email@example.com,
or for a confidential discussion phone David on
0408 262 518.
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