Boner / Slaughterman / Butcher / Meat Inspector 

Posted 3 weeks ago
  • Accommodation, food and utilities covered (provided) 
  • Great working conditions and pay rates 
  • Work and explore the beautiful untouched West Arnhem Land where language and culture are still strong 

The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to realise economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits that the ownership and management of land, water and water related rights can bring. The ILSC Agribusiness is a specialised unit of the ILSC that focuses on the development and management of commercial agribusiness investments on Indigenous land in partnership with Indigenous people. ILSC Agribusiness currently operates Gunbalanya Meats located in West Arnhem Land, NT. 

Gunbalanya Meats operates a small abattoir and retail butcher shop supplying retail and wholesale products to not only the Gunbalanya community, but other communities and retail outlets around the N.T. Gunbalanya Meats have vacancies for experienced boners, slaughtermen and butchers for an immediate start.  A cert III in Bovine Meat Inspection will be looked upon favourably.  

Duties include but are not limited to: 

  • Providing friendly customer service in the retail butcher shop 
  • Perform the duties of slicing, preparation, and/or packing of fresh meat including the manufacturing or processing of meat for retail or sale 
  • Processing of Beef and Buffalo in the abattoir in a safe and hygienic manner 
  • Ensure cash handling is accurate and balances with till records 
  • Abide by existing laws on animal welfare and ensure all employees on the Meatworks do the same 
  • Maintain qualifications and competencies in all aspects of a meat works to enable Gunbalanya Meats to produce a wholesome and hygienic product 
  • Participate in the daily cleaning of the Meat Works, its equipment and surrounding areas to ensure they are maintained and uphold high hygiene standards 

Driver’s license is required. Rigid truck licence is an advantage but not essential  

Save $$$$$$ with accommodation, food and utilities paid for as well as competitive pay rates.    

Training provided for relevant Meat Industry requirements as needed, as well as other ongoing training opportunities over the course of each year. 

Explore Australia’s biggest National Park, Kakadu on the weekends plus the famous Jabiru and Cahill’s Crossing close by, just to name a few! 

For more information please contact Gordon or Kylie on: 08 8979 0428  

Applications close 30 July 2024. 

Further information may be requested if you are selected for interview.  You must be an Australian resident to apply for this role. 

At the ILSC we’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities we support. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply 

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