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Summary

Farm worker with a demonstrated ability to maintain records on computer along with track record of providing high quality assistance and support in maintaining farm animals and crops. Offering ten years of experience in horse grooming, cattle rearing, farm maintenance and crop cultivation. Fully familiar with modern farm machinery and equipment

Work History

May 2015Oct 2015

Dairy Manager

Cheelonga Farming

Farm and livestock hand level 8 (FLH8) An employee at this level includes: (a) Senior dairy operator grade 2 who:

  • under the direction of the owner or manager uses their expertise and skills in order to supervise and maintain the operation of a dairy farm.  Indicative of the tasks which an employee at this level may perform are the following:
  • set and monitor work goals
  • anticipate potential problems/issues and determine the best course of action
  • approach the resolution of conflict using objectivity and reason, differentiating between the two
  • supervise other grades
  • where appropriate, seek to develop team performance and cohesion, taking into account competencies and the needs of team members
  • keep abreast of dairy industry trends and changes
  • where necessary, exercise foresight in relation to farm needs and make recommendations to farm management
  • and operate scientific processes necessary to achieve farm objectives. 
Apr 2015Jun 2015

Dairy Operator 

Mungulli Creek Dairy 

Farm and livestock hand level 8 (FLH8) An employee at this level includes: (a) Senior dairy operator grade 2 who:

  • under the direction of the owner or manager uses their expertise and skills in order to supervise and maintain the operation of a dairy farm.  Indicative of the tasks which an employee at this level may perform are the following:
  • set and monitor work goals
  • anticipate potential problems/issues and determine the best course of action
  • approach the resolution of conflict using objectivity and reason, differentiating between the two
  • supervise other grades
  • where appropriate, seek to develop team performance and cohesion, taking into account competencies and the needs of team members
  • keep abreast of dairy industry trends and changes
  • where necessary, exercise foresight in relation to farm needs and make recommendations to farm management
  • and operate scientific processes necessary to achieve farm objectives. 
Jan 2015Mar 2015

Farmhand

Drury Farming

.Dairy operator grade 1A with less than 12 months’experience in the industry who:

●uses their knowledge and skills to perform set procedures such as milking and attending to livestock,haymaking,fencing.

Indicative of the tasks which an employee at this level may perform are the following:

●operate milking plant and equipment in a safe manner;

●identify and report equipment not operating normally;

●work co-operatively as part of a team;

●read and record instrument information i.e. milk vat temperatures and cow numbers;and

●understand the principles of safe working.

May 2014Mar 2015

Station hand

Owen Campbell

Station hand with less than 12 months’experience in the industry;

 Station cook;

 Station cook’s offsider; and Cattle farm worker grade A who:

●works under direct supervision either individually or in a team environment;

●understands and undertakes basic quality control/assurance procedures including the ability to recognise basic quality deviations/faults;and

●understands and utilises basic statistical process control procedures.

Indicative of the tasks which an employee at this grade may perform are the following:

●routine mustering;

●routine fence repairs;

●aerial stock sighting;

●repetitive packing and/or unpacking;and

●kitchen/cooking assistance not involving food preparation.


 Feedlot employee level 1 with less than three months’experience in the industry


Education

2015Present

Diploma of Business Administration

Skills

Horse training, cattle, animals in general are my passion.