Farm Administrator

About Us

Hancock Farmland Services Australia (HFSA) is on an exciting growth trajectory and is looking to ensure long term success by employing talented and passionate team members to create and build upon our high performing culture.

HFSA actively manage and optimise investments in tree crops, viticulture and intensive row crops with a focus on sustainable management practices and an ongoing commitment to reducing our environmental footprint.  Our aim is to deliver world class produce, applying robust commercial practices and leveraging our international expertise.

We are looking for highly motivated people to create world class farms by applying their skills and expertise to contemporary farm management and with a commercial mindset. We are committed to ensuring our people have the skills and support to succeed and contribute to our global success.

Position

Reporting to the Farm Manager, the Farm Administrator takes a leading role in farm financial management and other essential tasks such Health & Safety, Quality and record keeping. The incumbent works closely with farm staff, the corporate office and suppliers.

Key Responsibilities

  • General office duties such as typing, filing, ordering office supplies, faxing, etc.
  • Request, track and send all Management Reports to corporate office.
  • Compile timesheets for Managers approvals and dispatch to head office.
  • Assist with coding of invoices for Managers approval.
  • Track all vendors and invoices in Excel.
  • Assist in effectively handling all compliance for contractors, labour contractors, vendors, equipment and processors.
  • Complete equipment tracking request forms for any equipment being added, deleted or rented on the property.
  • Ordering of provisions and maintenance of PPE register
  • Management and accessibility to SWP, MSDS and other safety related documentation and reporting tools.

Education and Experience

  • Demonstrated experience in an administrative role
  • Good organisational and problem solving abilities.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong computer skills.
  • A high level of attention to detail and record keeping
  • A firm commitment to working safely in team environment 

We are seeking an ambitious and enthusiastic person that is a self-starter and a team player that is ready to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. The role is initially as a casual offering flexible hours up to 20 hours per week. The successful candidate will be both resourceful and resilient and shares our vision to contribute to and achieve the companys growth and operational excellence objectives.

28/09/2020 $0 Albury Wodonga & Murray 1 Farming, Animals & Conservation
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