The Tasmanian Agricultural Jobs website is the online hub for agricultural jobs and careers across the State.
If you’re looking for seasonal casual, part-time or full-time jobs across the State’s agricultural sector, take time to view the vacancies online or contact this listed employment services partners direct. Whether you have positions to advertise or are seeking a job, Tasmanian Agricultural Jobs is a great place to start.
Horticulture is a vibrant and flourishing industry in Tasmania and involves the production of cherries, hops, vegetables, grapes, apples, berries, walnuts and stonefruit. The fertile Valleys of the Coal River, Huon Valley and Derwent Valley in the south; Meander Valley, Tamar Valley and Dorset Region in the north; and Mersey Valley, Leven Valley and Circular Head district in the north west are responsible for much of the State’s developed horticulture.
Cultural changes have seen the production of wine and other fruit crops as well as herbs in recent times. The Tasmanian wine industry is well regarded for naturally elegant wines made from grapes grown in climates similar to those of the famous European wines – with mild summers and long autumn days that ripen the grapes providing elegance and intensity of flavour.
Forestry has been significant historically and the husbandry of high quality sheep and cattle is also important to the economy of the State.
The dairy industry is the largest sector of Tasmania’s agricultural industry and a significant contributor to the Tasmanian economy. It offers a number of investment opportunities, including large-scale pasture-based milk production, specialty cheese manufacture and large-scale dairy commodity processing.
A job in Tasmanian agriculture can be challenging but rewarding and may even provide a worker with a new career direction and training pathways.