Viterra gearing up to recruit 1500 harvest workers with expressions of interest now open

Viterra will soon start recruiting for 1500 seasonal workers to help receive local growers’ grain during the 2024/25 harvest at its 55 sites across South Australia and western Victoria.

Viterra is a major employer in regional southern Australia, and each year hires more than one thousand harvest workers to join the company’s permanent and ongoing employees. Viterra’s harvest workforce plays a vital role in providing an efficient and effective service to growers and carriers during the busy harvest season.

Viterra is currently receiving expressions of interest for those looking to join the company for the 2024/25 harvest. Job seekers can sign up to be notified via email and SMS when applications open later this year.

Harvest jobs are open to applicants with all levels of experience. Workers will undertake role based training and work in a supervised team environment meaning no previous experience, including within the agriculture industry, is required.

There are a range of roles on offer, such as those which include customer facing activities, hands on work or operating equipment, to suit applicants’ preferences and skill levels.

Harvest work with Viterra is a great short-term opportunity to make good money for people such as school leavers, university students looking for summer work outside of their studies, retirees, backpackers and anyone looking to gain work experience and new skills.

Harvest jobs will be available at Viterra from around October 2024 onwards, depending on the site location and seasonal conditions. Viterra also offers some ongoing opportunities to continue working with the company after harvest has finished.

For those who are looking for work now, Viterra also has several varied career opportunities currently available across its network.

For more information about harvest work at Viterra, to register your interest in a harvest job, or to explore our current career opportunities, visit the careers section of the Viterra website at

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