Stations | Employment Opportunities | S. Kidman & Co
We’ve provided a rural career for your great grandfather, your grandfather and your father; we plan to be here for your children too.
Applications are now being accepted from prospective employees to join the Company’s operations. As vacancies are confirmed, we will be contacting suitable applicants to move forward in the recruitment process. Positions are generally available for commencement from mid to late February.
We’ve had more than a century of success in the Outback. Today we’re one of Australia’s largest beef producers, with over 170,000 cattle. We value strong family culture and rural traditions, but we also know that getting ahead means looking ahead. So if you combine fresh ideas with a love of the Outback lifestyle, then we have great opportunities ahead.
S. Kidman & Co aims to attract, motivate and retain the best people available to the industry.
The company’s 150 staff are fostered through a program of training and internal promotion. Training programs provide the opportunity to achieve nationally accredited qualifications. Indigenous Australians with their strong connection to the remote outback have always made a valuable contribution to the Kidman workforce.
S. Kidman and Co Pty Ltd is committed to developing a Total Safety Culture by working together embracing Work Health and Safety as a VALUE linked to every priority in the workplace, or wherever we find ourselves – even in our own backyards.
High quality meals and air-conditioned rooms are provided for staff. Working from stock camps is often part of the routine on Kidman stations.
S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to ensuring all staff enjoy a workplace which is free from discrimination, harassment, bullying and victimisation.
It is the policy of S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd to treat all employees fairly and equitably, to judge them on the basis of their performance, skills and abilities, and in so doing, to comply with all applicable state and federal laws.