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ROAD TRAIN DRIVERS | MC LICENCED

VARIOUS STATIONS

NT

AAM INVESTMENT GROUP

We are seeking MC Drivers to support the daily operations across our cattle stations in the Northern Territory.

Job Type:

Full-Time

Remuneration:

Competitive daily rate

Start:

Immediate Start

Expires:

Until Position Filled

Job Description:

  • We have 2 x full time roles available for Maryfield and Legune Stations.


About the sites

  • Maryfield Station: Just off the Stuart Highway with all weather, year round access, only a short drive from Daly Waters and with Katherine a few hours away to the north. Maryfield Station is located on 147,300 hectares and has 24,000 head of Brahman cattle.

  • Legune Station: Situated 120km NE of Kununurra, across the NT/WA border on 306,000 hectares. Legune Station runs 30,000 head of cattle, with approximately 20 staff located at the station.

Key Tasks, Duties & Responsibilities:

  • The MC Driver will be responsible for supporting the daily operations across multiple cattle stations. 

  • The role will involve transporting commodities and livestock to and from the stations, and operating flat top trailers and side tippers.

Job Requirements:

To be considered for these roles you must have:

  • Previous experience operating road trains.

  • Current MC drivers licence.

  • Experience performing basic maintenance on trucks and trailers.

  • Ability to work alone and unsupervised.

  • Have a commitment to safe work practices.

Job Benefits:

  • Full time roles, with competitive daily rate.

  • Private accommodation with air-con, meals and Wi-Fi included.

  • Explore the best tourist and fishing spots in the region in your free time.

  • Great community feel with fellow station team members.

  • Opportunities to attend social events including race days, rodeos and camp drafts.


For confidential enquiries please phone Human Resources on 07 3153 8836 or email us at: careers@aamig.com.au or apply directly below and include your resume and 2 references from previous employers.

AAMIG | 20230124

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