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These are candidates who are looking for work now and have passed our preliminary screening and reference checking process....Give us a call on 07 870 4901 or 03 366 0009 and we'll help you make the final assessment to see if they are suitable for your role.

Experienced Sheep & Beef Farm Manager - Southland

With more than 10 years' experience in managing a range of dairy, dairy support, and sheep & beef operations this candidate has very strong farming skills and financial and business acumen.  With family ties in Riversdale, he's looking for a role that utilises his current skills, and challenges him to grow and develop further.

Herd Manager - Waikato

With two years' on farm experience, and AgITO Levels 2 & 3 under her belt (and currently working towards Level 4), this candidate is reliable, hard-working and enthusiastic about a career in the dairy industry.
While she realises she still has a lot to learn, she has 'nailed the basics' and is looking for an opportunity to develop them further, and to learn new skills and styles of farming.

Stock Manager Looking to Step Up - Drystock

This candidate started out his career as an electrician, but having been brought up on a farm, he changed careers five years ago and has worked on sheep and cattle farms in New Zealand and Australia since then.  

He is very driven and ambitious, and his referees tell us he is motivated to succeed!  

He is now looking for an opportunity to 'step up' from his current Stock Manager role into the full responsibility for Farm Management for the first time.

Farm Manager - Morrinsville

Our experienced applicant is looking for a 2IC or farm management position that will him and his family to 'settle' for a number of years; with children already settled in schools and well established community links, they are keen to stay in the Morrinsville area.
Originally from South Africa, he is now an NZ citizen, and has been farming in NZ since 2004.  With key strengths in animal health and farm tidiness/shed hygiene, along with strong relationship and communication skills, we believe this candidate is well worth consideration for any farm owner looking to employ in the Morrinsville area. 

Casual Worker who truly is a ‘Jack (or Jill) of All Trades’

This candidate is an extremely hard working, highly experienced and totally reliable Kiwi who is looking for a casual arrangement that could suit all parties.  With experience up to management level in sheep and beef farming, teaching, farm health and safety, house cleaning, administration and recording, calf rearing and milking, supervising of children, and generally wrangling anything that needs wrangling, this candidate can turn her hand to…well pretty much anything!  With what we’d call ’typical family commitments’, she is looking for some part time work on farm and/or in the up keep of the house and/or teaching kids and/or helping out with business administration…preferably in an arrangement that includes a house she can rent for her small family.  She’s looking Southland-wide, but handy to Lumsden is her ideal.  If you need ‘an extra set of (experienced, motivated, reliable) hands’, give us a call today.

Are You Willing to Train New Entrants to the Industry?

We are getting a number of enquiries from attendees of DairyNZ's 'Ready to Farm' training programme, those who have been displaced by COVID-19 and who are now looking for a new career in the farming industry.  

We are in conversations with a wide range of backgrounds such as a pilot, a technical tutor, some from the hospitality industry, some apprentices (from other industries) and we're getting new calls almost daily.  While these candidates maybe 'green', they are all:

  • hard working
  • keen & willing to learn
  • adaptable
  • enthusiastic and motivated

If you're willing to train and have a place for a 'new entrant' to the industry, give us a call today, we maybe able to make a good match!