We milk 2100 cows through a 80 bail rotary shed on 853 ha, which makes us Pāmu’s largest dairy complex. The team is a valued, enthusiastic and positive team who support each other in their work as well as with upskilling.
You’ll fit right in with your strong work ethic, positive outlook and a desire to work collaboratively.Your background could be : ·Current 2IC or even managing a smaller farm (minimum of 2 years’ experience at 2IC level)·Genuine motivation to coach and train co-workers·Shares Pāmu’s values·Ability to lead a team in the absence of the Farm Manager ·Able to assess pasture pre and post cover with confidence·Self-motivated and with the attitude to see the job completed·Calm under pressure and sound in decision makingPāmu maintains its farm equipment and provides safety and wet weather gear.
We also provide ongoing training, a competitive remuneration package (including salary, insurance, an incentive plan and more) along with a tidy three-bedroom house in the beautiful Central Plateau.
For more details about this role, please contact Shane Cooper, Farm Manager on coopers landcorp.co.nz. Applications close on 3rd June 2021.
Pāmu is the brand name for Landcorp Farming Limited, and successful applicants will be employed by Landcorp Farming Limited.
Pāmu provides a safe workplace and the successful applicant will be required to pass a drug and alcohol test and undergo a criminal background check prior to being appointed.
To be eligible for this role, you must be available for an in-person interview and have unrestricted legal rights to work in New Zealand.
Our values are core to who we are at Pāmu and the way that we all work together. We are Grounded, Genuine, Bold, and Shoulder-to-Shoulder.
To read more, click on this link to see them on our website.Due to border restrictions, we are only able to consider candidates currently residing in New Zealand with full work eligibility.
If you are a NZ citizen or resident returning home, please be sure to include an explanatory note with your travel plans & timelines for being back in the country.