Administrative professionals in the Queensland Beef Processing Industry are the unsung heroes who keep the business engine running smoothly. Be part of a dynamic team that ensures efficiency, organisation, and growth. Your role matters, and every day brings new opportunities to drive success.
To learn more about Administration roles in the Beef Processing Industry, download the Administration Roles factsheet.
A vast range of corporate roles are available in Queensland's beef industry. Whether you're passionate about HR, management, IT, data analysis, finance, marketing, shipping, workplace health and safety, or training, we have a place for you. People are the backbone of the industry, and they take pride in driving businesses and outcomes. From the frontline to the boardroom, your role is pivotal, valued, and vital to propelling the industry forward. Ready to lead the team? Download the Corporate Roles factsheet to learn more about what's on offer.
Engineering, project management, and maintenance positions in the Queensland Beef Processing Industry offer an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of innovation. These technical roles drive progress, shape the industry's future, and ensure success. Highly skilled professionals like you are needed to provide a seamless product journey from supplier to consumer.
Keen to keep the process moving? Download the Technical Roles factsheet here.
Within the Queensland Beef Processing Industry, trades like plumbing, electrical work, laboratory services, and refrigeration mechanics are the essential pillars that support growth and sustainability. These skilled trades are the hands-on heroes who keep operations running smoothly. Ensuring world-class facilities are maintained to the highest standards.
Trade roles offer great pay, excellent working conditions and opportunities for school leavers and entry-level candidates who want to get onto the trade track, as well as for semi-skilled and skilled job seekers.
Ready to craft your future in trades? Download the Trade Roles factsheet.
Doing it right, doing it well, and doing it to a high standard is a processing prerequisite – and that's where Quality Assurance (QA) plays a prominent role in the Queensland Beef Processing Industry. Whether you are a Food Safety Officer, Quality Assurance Manager, or Food Technologist, the industry offers not just a job but a journey of growth, world-class training, clear career progression prospects, and the chance to make a meaningful impact on the world’s food supply.
Fit the bill? All the details are available in the Quality Assurance and Compliance roles factsheet.
Behind every delicious plate of beef, there's a dedicated team of stockists diligently working to put beef on Australia's dinner tables. At the forefront are customer-facing sales consultants, passionately connecting premium products with consumers. But the story doesn't end there. The industry values diverse teams, including design consultants shaping food safety programs and retail spaces, warehouse general hands ensuring the perfect product reaches the market, and meticulous accountants balancing the books.
Learn more about working in a range of stockist roles by downloading the Stockists factsheet.
Join the heartbeat of beef processing. Your role on the production floor is the pivot point, where you oversee various stages from animal handling to packaging.
No prior experience is needed for some roles, just a good attitude, physical fitness and a hands-on approach to your work. There's never been a more opportune time to begin your beef processing career at the core, learn on the job, and enjoy the significant training and growth that a role on the production floor can provide.
Ready to carve out a career in production? Download our factsheet now.
The Queensland Beef Processing Industry relies on transport roles to bridge the gap between the processing plant and the final marketplace. It's a fantastic opportunity for those who want to be part of the journey from paddock to plate.
To get behind the wheel, special licenses and tickets are required, but not to fear, there are opportunities for entry-level candidates and school leavers to quickly get up to speed with the training you need to kickstart your transport career.
Ready to 'drive' headfirst into a career in transport? Download the factsheet now.
Dedicated laundry and cleaning staff are essential in maintaining the impeccable hygiene standards the industry requires. Their work ensures a hygienic and safe workplace, from production areas to administration spaces.
Roles are varied, but specialisation is available across many facets of cleaning and laundry; think industrial or commercial cleaner, cleaning specialist, or office cleaner. Become an essential part of the trusted industry. Opportunities are available at all levels, from entry positions to skilled roles, with options for training and career advancement.
Ready to make cleanliness your career? Download the Laundry and Cleaning Staff factsheet.