Join a world-leading agriculture business and make a difference for local growers and communities
With our talented people, decades of experience and diverse capabilities, we provide innovative and sustainable solutions to open up pathways and create value for grain growers and buyers through our supply chain.
Our dedicated employees are critical to this success. Throughout our world-leading agriculture network, our teams work together to deliver exceptional products and services for our customers, safely and efficiently.
A strong focus on training and development within a supportive team environment offers exceptional career opportunities across our diverse business.
Be part of our dedicated team of about 1000 permanent and ongoing employees in Australia, joined by 1500 seasonal workers across South Australia and Victoria each harvest.
We have roles at more than 60 locations across the country, including operational hands-on and leadership work, skilled trades and officed based opportunities as well as graduate, apprenticeship and traineeship programmes.
By joining Viterra, you will enjoy a varied and interesting career and make a
difference to local growers and the communities where we operate.
Together we are stronger and achieve more.
Why choose Viterra?
Be exposed to a range of opportunities and pathways to develop and grow your career.
Join a team environment and receive internal support and guidance.
Access professional development and training programmes to build your skills.
Join one of the world’s leading agricultural businesses and gain experience and learn from and work alongside experts in the industry.
Types of roles with Viterra include:
- Accounting and finance
- Country/terminal/plant operator
- Grain accumulation
- Grain classification
- Grower services
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Inventory management
- Legal and compliance
- Logistics and supply chain
- Maintenance and engineering
- Operations supervisors/managers
- Quality and food safety
- Seasonal roles available during harvest periods (generally October to January)
- Trade services