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  • Wilson Pirie

    Reviews
    (1)
    Grew up on a farm
    Missing worker profile photo

    Looking for

    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    Finishing my visa farm work at the end of March and looking for something to keep me going until closer to June time until the snow season starts! Very hard working (2 days off in 3 months record!) A very quick learner and very keen to learn new things too! My farm work for visa included irrigation pipe moving in Lucerne hay and loader experience loading bales onto/off trucks. Learnt about some sheep work but didn't work that closely with them.
    AGE 23 years
    GENDER Male
    ORIGIN United Kingdom

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'He is coming up to third month here with us, the end of his 88 days. He has been a general farm labourer, hasn’t done much machinery, but a lot of the heavy lifting stuff. He has been really good. He had never worked on a farm before, you can see that in some things although he is not shying away from any work I have given him. He has done everything well. He works hard – has a great work which that has really impressed me. He is pleasant to have around and reliable & punctual. He is always keen for work and has impressed me with the tasks he has got through. I haven’t put him in much machinery, so I can’t vouch for him in that respect although he has been really good for what we have needed him for. I have been really happy to have Wilson work here. (Michael) Having Wilson work for us has been a very positive experience. He has been doing a variety of work – a lot of moving pipes for irrigation, fencing, all-rounder. Physical farm tasks; mixed bag. Very obliging young man. Everyone here speaks very highly of him. (Sally)'
    Michael & Sally
  • Kenet Pedaja

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    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    I'm looking for a work with my partner. We are ready to start ASAP and looking to work lots of hours (50 plus). Currently in Brisbane, but can move for the right job. We both have driving licenses. Our last position was in Auscott cotton farm, where we worked almost for a year. Mainly our job was to operate tractors (John Deeres like 8310RT, 8370RT, 8285R, 8295R, 8345R, 9470RX, 6155M, JCB backhoe and Merlo) and doing works like discing, ripping, planting, spreading, rolling hills, hilling up, grader boarding, working with cultipacker, scarify, drag bucket, chaser bin and lilliston rig. We have had lots of training about safety, equipment maintenance and operating. We worked in 12 hours day or night shifts and 12 days in 2 weeks, so long working hours wouldn’t be a problem for us. We are not afraid to learn new things. In short, we are honest, capable of learning quickly, stress resilient, hard working Estonians with a sense of responsibility in what we do.
    AGE 21 years
    GENDER Male
    ORIGIN Estonia

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'Kaisa & Kenet did two seasons with me, both for about six months between 2016 – 2018. They mostly operated machinery, we practice row cropping which is a bit more complex and they could handle that well. They are both skilled operators and I was happy to have them operating our machinery. Punctuality and Reliability, they were fairly disciplined. Communication is one of their downfalls, they haven’t been in Australia long although their English is improving . They are both quietly spoken. I have no dramas recommending them both, anything around machinery and operation especially, they will be right. '
    Anonymous
  • Callum Orr

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    Grew up on a farm
    Missing worker profile photo

    Information

    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

    Latest Review

    (0)
  • Graeme Sime

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    Grew up on a farm
    Missing worker profile photo

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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

    Latest Review

    (0)
  • Ben Harmer

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    Grew up on a farm
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    Looking for

    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    Grew up on a New Zealand high country station and have taken part in most farming aspects and jobs. I am fit, reliable and honest and willing to learn and develop new skills. Please refer to my CV for a full list of skills and experience. Can work from mid January to late December of 2018
    AGE 19 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN New Zealand

    Qualifications

    2013 - 2017

    Latest Review

    (0)
  • Davine Arckens

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    Grew up on a farm
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    AGE 26 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN Belgium

    Qualifications

    2005 - 2011
    Middle school

    Latest Review

    (0)
  • dave xuereb

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    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

    Latest Review

    (0)
  • Emily Gough

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    (1)
    Grew up on a farm
    Missing worker profile photo

    Looking for

    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    A loyal, energetic individual who is hard working, conscientious and reliable. Able to remain level-headed under pressure with good organisation skills. Fair and dependable and an asset to any team. Truly willing to give anything a crack and definitely do not shy away from hard work. Really enjoy working and learning new skills in agricultural and rural Australia.
    AGE 30 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN United Kingdom

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'Emily worked for me a couple of years on and off, she did a mix of jobs; fencing, cleaning out sheds, operating front end loaders for me, and sheep work. She is a very competent girl. Her work ethic was absolutely fantastic to be honest with you; at the start of the day she would check her vehicle, oil, tyres and then head off for the day, you wouldn’t hear from her and she would get the job done really well. She was very trustworthy and I had no reservations in her working unsupervised. There are not to many people around like Emily, she is also good for a laugh which is always great! She also did work here at the local Grainflow, AWB receival site, she did a fantastic job out there too, always working hard. She is a really fantastic person, you will never have a problem with her. '
    Richard Lehmann

Featured jobs

Executive Officer, Future Farmers Network


(0) Sydney, NSW
$25.00 - $25.00/hr

Skills:

Computer Skills
Data Entry
Customer Service
1+ more skills

Job Categories:

Business and Administration

Air Seeder Operator


(0) Wheatbelt, WA
$25.00 - $30.00/hr

Skills:

Machinery Operation Experience
Seeding Operations
On-Farm Truck driving

Job Categories:

Driver & Machinery Operator
General Farm Work

Stockman / Stationhand


(0) Western District, VIC
$20.00 - $35.00/hr

Skills:

Driver License
Stock Handling Experience
Wool Handling
14+ more skills

Job Categories:

Livestock
General Farm Work

General Farmhand


(0) Great Southern, WA
$25.00 - $30.00/hr

Skills:

Machinery Operation Experience
Chaser Bin Driving
GPS equipment use
11+ more skills

Job Categories:

Livestock
Driver & Machinery Operator
Cropping
1+ more job categories

Farm hand


(0) Central Queensland, QLD
$19.00 - $35.00/hr

Job Categories:

Driver & Machinery Operator
General Farm Work

Senior Station Hand (near Yass) | Permanent Position


(0) Southern Tablelands, NSW
$20.00 - $30.00/hr

Skills:

Labouring Experience
Computer Skills
Machinery Operation Experience
21+ more skills

Job Categories:

Livestock
Driver & Machinery Operator
Business and Administration
1+ more job categories

Jackeroo/Jilleroo


(0) Orana, NSW
$25.00 - $25.00/hr

Skills:

Machinery Maintenance
Best Practice Animal Welfare
Stock Handling Experience
7+ more skills

Job Categories:

Livestock
Cropping
General Farm Work

Farm Manager


(0) North West Slope, NSW
$30.00 - $100.00/hr

Skills:

Fodder Handling
Seeding Operations
Stock Handling Experience
7+ more skills

Job Categories:

Livestock
Cropping

What is AgDraft?

AgDraft is the online platform connecting Australian farmers to skilled rural workers, fast. Workers of all ages and backgrounds are creating personal AgDraft profiles, complete with skills and experience levels. Farmers are posting jobs to this trusted network of workers, who’ve all been verified by previous employers.

Get Matched

AgDraft takes the stress out of finding a job or hiring the right worker. Our system cleverly matches workers and farmers based on their requirements (think relevant skills, availability, location and previous reviews) so you can spend less time scrolling. We’ll even let you know if new matches sign up online. Once notified of your matches, the ball’s in your court – you decide if you’d like to make contact or discuss further details of the work.

Find Quality

Word-of-mouth recommendations certainly aren’t new to rural communities – we’ve simply taken the concept online to create the most trusted group of farmers and workers we can. At AgDraft, we allow both farmers and workers to review and recommend each other. A good employer with a strong star-rating is more likely to lock in excellent workers who’ll settle in fast on-farm. Same goes for well-reviewed employees – they’ll be rewarded for their hard work and snapped up into great positions.

Save time

With our easy-to-use platform, employers will simply spend less time searching for labour and chasing up references. Workers will spend less time hunting for the right job. On farms, we know that finding the right fit first time, everytime, is the best way to get jobs done quickly and enjoyably. Thanks to our background in both family farming and corporate agriculture, we know the challenges first-hand. We’re passionate about making the Australian industry more efficient. We also want to give you more time to do what you love. Let us help you speed up every step of the hiring and job-hunting process, from listing your profile or job, to making the final decision.

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