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WOA acknowledges our privilege of being located on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja, and we celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of all communities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past and present.


About the role

We are looking for a kind and enthusiastic person to work as a Butcher in our fast-paced meat processing environment, based in Kewdale. Bring your knowledge and high-quality cutting and boning skills with a fast-growing business.


We are open to full time or part time, and possibly casual. Immediate start available.


Job responsibilities

  • Breaking down carcasses into primary and secondary cuts
  • Processing meat using knives, cleavers, saws and other equipment
  • Preparing cuts for weighing, packing and sale or further processing
  • Preparing meat-based products and meat derivatives
  • Ensuring work areas are clean and compliant with all food safety and hygiene standards


To be successful in this role, you will enjoy working as part of a team, are open to taking direction and working independently, and be physically fit. You will have excellent communication skills and a strong understanding of meat quality, cuts, and preparation.


Selection criteria

  • Qualified butcher and / or extensive butchery experience
  • May suit Chef looking for change in direction and daytime hours
  • Enthusiastic and positive energy, and enjoy working as part of a team
  • A willingness to learn and share skills
  • Able to take direction and meet specified requirements 
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and be physically fit


How to apply:
If this sounds like you, please attach both a cover letter (no more than 2 pages) letting us know how awesome you are and what you’ll bring to the team, and your current CV that outlines relevant experience and email to


About Wide Open Agriculture

Wide Open Agriculture (WOA) is Australia’s leading ASX-listed regenerative food and agriculture company. As an organisation, we are aiming to change the way Australia eats and farms, in order to create a better future for people and the planet and limit the effects of global warming. We value good humans who want to contribute to great change and who reflect our company values; Nurture People and the Planet, Brave in the Fray, Going the Extra Mile, and Being Helpful.


The Company’s innovative Dirty Clean Food brand markets and distributes food and drink products with a focus on conscious consumers in Australia and South-East Asia. Products are chosen based on their market potential and the positive impact they deliver to farmers, their farmland and regional communities. 


Wide Open Agriculture – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

Growing a healthy ecology of great humans. Just be you.


We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve the complex problems of a changing - and increasingly diverse - world. We celebrate people who celebrate others, and we are committed to inclusion in the workplace – people of all gender identities and all orientations are encouraged to apply. We value receiving applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from multicultural backgrounds, people with disability, and mature-aged people.



All staff shall provide products and services of the highest achievable standards for food safety to ensure products supplied to customers are always safe to consume and conform to the accredited food safety program (HACCP) and regulatory requirements. 


To ensure our business has a strong food safety culture, all staff members shall be responsible and accountable for food safety and apply food safety practice to all aspects of their roles and responsibilities.


For any questions about the role or Wide Open Agriculture, please email
Only successful candidates will be contacted regarding next steps.

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