Viterra's Harvest and Operator Jobs

Nathan Little
Manager, Communications & Programs
March 5, 2024

Are you a student looking for an enriching work experience during the summer break or someone eager to explore regional South Australia while gaining practical work experience? Viterra is offering a unique opportunity to join their team for the 2024/25 harvest season and for multiple operator roles across South Australia and western Victoria. This is your chance to become part of a leading global agribusiness and contribute to the storage, handling, and transportation of grain to markets worldwide.

Harvest Opportunities

Viterra recruits around 1500 people annually for the harvest season, offering roles from October 2024 to January 2025. These positions are ideal for students seeking summer employment, individuals interested in experiencing regional South Australia, or those looking to step into the agricultural sector. With training provided and a variety of customer-facing and team-based roles, it's an adventure in some of the most picturesque parts of Australia. Accommodation assistance and opportunities for ongoing employment post-harvest are also available.

Operator Roles

For those interested in a more permanent position, Viterra is also seeking operators to join their team. These roles involve active tasks such as loading and unloading trucks, operating machinery, and grain sampling, among others. With full-time and part-time opportunities, this is a chance to learn new skills in a supportive environment and make a meaningful impact on the global food supply chain.

Electrical Apprenticeships

Viterra is offering apprenticeships for those looking to start a career in the electrical trade. Located in Thevenard (Ceduna) and Bordertown, these roles provide hands-on experience and formal training towards a nationally recognised qualification. It's a dynamic career opportunity within the agricultural industry, offering a diverse range of tasks and ongoing career opportunities.

Learn more ont he Viterra website.

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