Cattle Station | Hot Jobs
Here's where we showcase cattle station jobs that are 'hot to trot' ...as in those jobs that cattle station managers are looking to fill urgently - road train operator, station hand, cook, feedlot worker, stockman, cattle station manager, farm manager, farm & livestock hand, govie or bore runner - you might find your rural job below, so get that cover letter and resume together and shoot it through via the links below and we'll send it to our contacts at the hiring company for you - and hopefully get you a foot in the door.
The best piece of advice when you are applying for a cattle station job, or any job for that matter, is to submit a CV/ resume with your relevant skills, work history and one or two references from previous employment or if you have just graduated from school, a character reference from a teacher or a part time job you have had.
Ideally, together with your CV, write a short cover letter (2-3 paragraphs) outlining why you would like to work for the company, what you can offer and highlighting applicable skills you have for the position. Ensure your CV and cover letter has been run through spell check and one of your mates has cast their eyes over it... then send away, you have taken the first steps in getting a head start on the other applicants.