Wage increase upon performance review after three months. Relocation costs considered upon interview and hiring.
Benefits: Disability, Medical and vision care.
Physically demanding, combination of sitting, standing, walking. Outdoors
Be able to work well with others. Continuous learning. Basic English.
Expected to check individual pens for sick or distressed animals. Once animals are identified, the employee is expected to treat that animal with the correct drug to prevent death or continued sickness. Expected to identify new incoming cattle and associate them with a lot name and number given by employer. Process each animal with the proper protocol (Drug, Tag and Pen). Must have horse riding skills.
-General administration of herd health
-Check pens daily, check cattle for illnesses and injuries, pull and treat with medication where necessary, recording with computer software
-Processing/treating cattle with vaccine and other medications
-Ensure water systems are operational and repair when needed
-Maintain accurate cattle records, quality control/production records, using computer software
-Receive new cattle (tag, vaccinate, implant, etc) and assess animal health
-Move cattle when required, sort to ship and load for shipping
-May be required to supervise 1-2 crew members
-Assess and supply bedding when required to cattle
-General maintenance of yard equipment and machinery used in cattle care, assist with maintenance of pens, including scraping/hauling manure as required or bedding cattle, general maintenance of fencing, corrals, gates and holding systems.
-General farm duties as required.