Whether you’re a small or large winery, finding talent that fits your culture and the changing nature of winemaking is essential. It’s also a challenge.
Here’s some of what you’ve told us in industry research about your biggest wine recruitment challenge:
- Finding a person with experience and the right balance of skills, knowledge and temperament.
- Providing a defined career path due to the small size of some companies.
- Finding people who are self-sufficient, culturally flexible, adaptive and also work to extremely standards of integrity.
Agricultural Appointments applies an approach honed over 35 years recruiting, to find the people who fit and are flexible. Contact us now.
Richard Broughton is our specialist wine recruitment specialist, with an 11-year background in this area. He recruits for roles at all levels: from cellar hand to chief winemaker; and from wine adviser to wine marketer.
A key member of the team since 2003, Richard has formed solid relationships with clients and candidates across Australia, from small boutique wineries to large corporate businesses.
Howard’s broad senior management experience of 33 years encompasses general management, sales, operations and recruitment in the agribusiness, food and facility services sectors. He has a comprehensive professional network and enjoys developing strong business relationships.
Ben joins the team from South Australia where he worked for a number of years in industry development for the agriculture sector. His previous work has focussed on horticulture but has worked across all sectors including grains, wine, seafood and livestock.
Originally from Far North Qld, Fiona held senior sales and business management roles in horticulture, sugar cane and animal production. Previous roles with McGregor Gourlay, Landmark, Farmoz and TGT have…