Uarah Fisheries is the world’s first modern Murray cod farm and large-scale Australian native fish hatchery. We are Australia’s premier producer of high-quality Murray cod table fish for the restaurant and wholesale sectors, native fish fingerlings for conservation programs in the Murray-Darling Basin, and exporters of Australian natives to the international market.
With our spawning season fully underway we are looking for a responsible individual that is able to assist in all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the hatchery and farm from October 2020. Duties include all aspects of fish husbandry, harvesting and farm operations and all training will be provided. Previous aquaculture, laboratory, farming, rural living experience and ability to start October or November is desirable.
All work is eligible for 2nd year Working Holiday Visa.
Working hours are 8am - 5pm with a one hour break.
Award hourly rates apply, currently at $23.80 per hour plus superannuation.
Own transport and experience with a manual vehicle is required.
To apply please submit an application through the backpacker job board with a short message about your work availability and why you would like to work with us during this time. Please do not call or email. Applicants must address the above criteria to be considered.
Postcode: 2652 (Narrandera, New South Wales)
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Member since: May 2017
Founded in 1977 by industry pioneers, Jim and Bruce Malcolm, Uarah Fisheries is the world’s first modern Murray cod farm and large-scale native fish hatchery.
Our farm and hatchery adjoins the pristine waterways of the Murray-Darling Basin, and we source our water from the snow-fed Murrumbidgee river catchment. We have full control over our entire production cycle from the nurturing of brooding stock to the hatching of larvae and the production of table fish. This allows us to ensure the selection of the highest quality table fish and fingerlings for delivery all year round.
While we are pioneers, we are a forward-looking organisation in a rapidly-growing industry. For 2017 onwards, we have set our sights on developing more sustainable fish husbandry and farm management techniques, and building a global market for Australian freshwater fish.
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