Job Description

Together we break new ground. We’re focused on fostering an inclusive culture and enabling our diverse people to use their unique skills, experiences and styles to innovate and continuously improve our products, services and community impact.
About our team
In 2016, GrainCorp celebrated 100 years of growth. Today, we are proud to be Australia’s largest agribusiness with diversified operations that span four continents and the global food supply chain.
GrainCorp Grains connects more than 10,000 grain growers with local and international customers via Australia’s largest silo network, with a storage capacity of over 20 million tonnes, seven bulk port elevators and two specialty port terminals. Innovation, integration and partnership are the foundations on which we are growing into our second century with customers at the heart of all that we do.
About the role
As Ouyen Site Manager, you would report to the Area Manager for Northern Mallee and supervise a team of Grain Handlers (3 permanent staff and up to 25 casual staff) to ensure that the site runs smoothly and efficiently. 
You will be required to:
  • Manage a diverse team
  • Manage the accumulation and export of grain and non-grain commodities
  • Manage site budgets, rostering of staff and recruitment of harvest casuals
  • Ensure all operational tasks are executed efficiently within budget guidelines
  • Develop and maintain planning to execute business needs
  • Build strong customer relationships
  • Negotiate new business opportunities

Safety is a core value at GrainCorp and this person will follow and will help to ensure others follow all OHS systems and procedures.
About your experience
Ideally, you will have hands-on experience in a supervisory role gained within agriculture, maintenance, mining, rail or similar. However, we’re more than willing to develop someone into this role if they can demonstrate potential to be a good people leader. We’re looking for someone with good behaviours: committed to developing, supporting and engaging their team; able to build positive and productive relationships; self-managing and enthusiastic.
A sound working knowledge of OH&S requirements is essential. Basic computing skills are required to work in our systems, as well as with calendar, email and spreadsheet tools. Budgeting skills are also essential for this role. 
In addition to providing proof of working rights, suitable professional referees and preferred candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical. A current, valid driver’s licence is also required.
Together we realise our potential. At GrainCorp, we value and respect the different perspectives and experiences our people bring to work each day. We aim to increase the diversity of our workforce – leading to a range of different thinking, perspectives and ideas that create the innovation we need to drive better business results. We aim to have a work environment where everyone feels included and everyone can realise their full potential.
Next steps
If you have questions regarding this role prior to applying, the Talent Acquisition Team is available to have a confidential discussion. You can contact Annabel Hooton in the Talent Acquisition team. 

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