Hot Jobs, Make your next career mooove in February, Dairy Women’s Network
Hello, and happy new year!
It is hard to believe it is February already. January has just flown by! The team at NZDC have been busy welcoming our new arrivals from the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT). We currently have 11 students in Canterbury on 16 week placements. The group are currently studying for a Bachelor of Ag Science from WIT - a university-level institution in the South-East of Ireland.
The orientations are now complete and all students have settled into their new surroundings. They are particularly happy with all the hot weather we have been graced with, as they have just come from a harsh winter in Ireland. They are even starting to get a bit of colour!
These are exciting times for NZDC and we would like to take this opportunity to remind you that we accept applications for our Ireland Farm Exchange all year round. We already have five Kiwi student over there and expect another three to arrive on the Emerald Isle this month.
Please contact us if you would like to take part in this once in a lifetime opportunity.
Hot Job! Herd Manager
We are looking for a progressive individual who can support the farm manager, work unsupervised and displays initiative.
Together with our client, we will support you in your career development and training, including on farm training, off farm formal training, mentoring, performance reviews and individualized training plans.
We encourage a strong team culture where all staff can develop and progress in their career while enjoying the friendly, diverse lifestyle Mid Canterbury has to offer.
Make Your Next Career Mooooove in February
Here at NZDC we have jobs available all year round. If you have been thinking of a change, there is no time like the present.
As a dairy farmer you are doing something honest and worthwhile - for yourself, for your family, for your community and for the people who will benefit from the most important thing you produce - milk. Dairy farming is building a future for us all and there are plenty of jobs available.
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Dairy Women's Network Conference
The two-day conference at Rotorua's Energy Events Centre from March 22 to 23 is called “Our land our people” and has a focus on informative practical learning about all aspects of dairy farming.
Up to 350 farming women are expected to attend the conference which also has workshops on animal health, taking a business to the next level, riparian plantings and management, and stepping up to governance roles.
To find out more about the conference go to: www.dwn.co.nz/dwn18-conference/