Animal Health Attendant

Plant/Site:  Prime City Feedlot
Req Id:  13700
Date Posted:  17 Feb 2024

About Us

JBS Australia is the largest and most respected meat and food producer in Australia. We have a strong portfolio of leading and renowned beef, lamb, pork, salmon and value-added branded products, such as AMH, Swift, Primo, Murray Valley and Huon.

 

Located 45km north-west of Griffith in southern New South Wales, JBS Australia’s Prime City Feedlot is a 35,000 head capacity feedlot and a major supplier to the JBS Riverina Beef processing facility at Yanco. Employing approximately 35 team members, Prime City Feedlot has a strong reputation for producing premium quality grain-fed beef. The 6,225 ha of dryland and irrigation farm onsite at Prime City supplies the grain, silage and hay required for the cattle in the feedlot.

 

About the Role

The JBS Prime City Feedlot is currently recruiting an experienced Animal Health Attendant to join the team in a permanent full-time capacity.

 

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Diagnosis of animal health symptoms
  • Administration of animal health treatments
  • Maintaining accurate records of animal treatments and stock movements
  • Daily livestock handling including drafting of cattle
  • Maintaining compliance with JBS Australia policies, including but not limited to: WHS, HR, QA, Animal Welfare & Environmental obligations

 

Temporary on-site single accommodation available for suitable applicants.

 

About You 

  • Previous livestock handling and/or Feedlot experience advantageous
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Strong commitment to animal welfare, health and nutrition
  • Demonstrated ability to work well both independently and within a team environment
  • Ability and willingness to learn new skills

 

Why work for JBS?

  • Retail discounts with national partners
  • Health insurance discounts on Bupa Health and Medibank Private

 

Interested? APPLY NOW! 

 

For further information, please contact Tracy Lee-Bye (Livestock Supervisor) – 0437 264 688.