Here at AACo, we’re trailblazers; doing things differently, and taking the reins. We have great people all over the country working towards producing the world’s finest beef, and we’re always on the lookout for great talent. Here’s what you can expect on your journey with AACo,
Why would you want to work anywhere else?
So you might call yourself a jackaroo, jillaroo, accountant, business analyst, head stockperson, sales manager, farmer, innovator, project manager, mechanic, operations manager.
But we just call you part of the team. So make it happen.
To view available opportunities, select a role below to view the job description – then click the Apply Now button to complete your application.
Station Hand : Wylarah
Livestock Hand : Aronui Feedlot
Mechanic : Canobie Station
Cook : Goonoo Feedlot
Livestock Hand : Goonoo Feedlot
Farm Hand : Goonoo Farm
Feedmill Hand : Aronui Feedlot
Grader Driver : Anthony Lagoon & Eva Downs
Leading Hand : Wylarah Farm
Maintenance Hand Pen Cleaning : Goonoo Feedlot
Station Operations Officer : Eva Downs
Road Train Driver : Brunette Downs
Feedlot Operator : Aronui Feedlot
Cook : Anthony Lagoon
Station Hand : Gordon Downs
Maintenance Hand : Goonoo Feedlot
Feedlot Hand : Goonoo Feedlot
Station Hand : Avon Downs
Grader Driver: Anthony Lagoon
We care about the safety and wellbeing of our people and are committed to actively improving safety.
Our aim is to maintain an excellent safety performance which meets legislative requirements and best practice industry standards.
We are dedicated to achieving our goal of excellence in health and safety through:
AACo offers a vast range of benefits for our people, which vary depending on the site.
The benefits we offer include:
At AACo we offer our people a career, not just a job.
We have an extensive onboarding and training program which provides the best possible foundation for our people and helps them achieve both their personal and professional goals. Additionally, structured development programs are in place to support learning objectives.
Our multifaceted company enables our people to work across a variety of operations and to develop specialist skills as well a broad understanding of our business.
We provide opportunities to build a rewarding, progressive career and to be a leader in our exciting and dynamic industry.
AACo has a proud history of engaging with Indigenous Australians as employees and, through partnership with Government and the Indigenous Land Council, providing employment and training opportunities for Indigenous people.
The Company has partnered with the Northern Territory Cattleman’s Association and Indigenous Land Council to provide employment and training for young indigenous people seeking a career in the Cattle Industry.