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AEGIC is a dynamic research, development and market intelligence organisation focused on increasing value in the Australian grains industry.

We have offices in Perth and Sydney staffed by highly qualified and experienced scientists and industry experts.

Benefits of working with AEGIC

This dynamic and innovative organisation offers you family-friendly flexible working conditions, wellbeing initiatives and a workplace where your personal and professional development is supported.

If there are any current opportunities with AEGIC, they will be listed below.

Upcoming

GRAIN QUALITY TECHNICAL OFFICER

Applications close 5pm Thursday 2 July, 2020

AEGIC is seeking a Grain Quality Technical Officer. The Grain Quality Technical Officer works as part of the Grain Products Laboratory team reporting to the Grain Quality Laboratory Manager.

A self-motivated individual, output focussed, and results orientated, you will be equally capable of working independently or as part of a team.

The Role:

This position plays a critical role in achieving AEGIC’s vision and will positively contribute to the development and maintenance of AEGIC’s organisational values and culture.

Candidate suitability will be assessed using the key functions of the role and demonstration of alignment with AEGIC’s values of Respect, Connect and Strive.

This position provides grain testing support to AEGIC’s clients, research & development and in-market activities to accelerate the improvement of Australian grain quality and functionality. These functions support the development of innovative processing technologies to overseas users of Australian grain.

Key functions:

• Provide high-level technical support to grain quality and grain research activities as required, working in a multi-disciplinary team.
• Assess all grain received for quality and identify defects.
• Clean, blend and subsample grain for milling and subsequent analysis.
• Conduct grain testing, check and upload data.
• Support method development for testing to GTA standards.
• Provide grain quality expertise to R&D team.
• Maintain the order and cleanliness of the receivals laboratory.
• Manage storage and inventory of samples.
• Use knowledge of AQIS inspection requirements and protocols in relation to receiving grain samples and sending samples interstate and internationally.
• As directed provide routine technical support in grain and malt quality analysis.
• Assist with maintenance of laboratory and experimental equipment.
• Assist in other grain research and development programs within AEGIC’s Annual Operating Plan as directed by the Grain Quality Laboratory Manager (i.e. barley, oats, canola, or lupins).
Benefits of working with AEGIC:
This dynamic and innovative organisation also offers family-friendly flexible working conditions and a place where personal and professional development is promoted and supported. Take advantage of this opportunity to work for a national company that is committed to enhancing the international competitiveness and value of Australian export grains through science, technology and innovation.

Location(s): South Perth.

Tenure: Maximum term opportunity to June 2022.

How Do I Apply?

Applicants are encouraged to download the job description at www.aegic.org.au and apply online by submitting a cover letter, resume and statement addressing the key functions outlined in this advertisement to

Further Information: For questions regarding technical elements of the role contact Dr Wendy Hunt, Grain Quality Laboratory Manager on (08) 6168 9915 or email .

For queries regarding the application process contact Alison Forrest, People & Culture Consultant on (08) 6168 9909 or email

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OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

Applications close 5pm Friday 3 July, 2020

AEGIC is seeking an Office Administrator to work as part of the Finance Team, reporting to the Chief Financial Officer.

A self-motivated individual, output focussed, and results orientated, you will be equally capable of working independently or as part of a team.

The Role:

This role delivers high calibre administration support to the CFO, executive management and the wider AEGIC team.

Key functions of the role include:
• As directed, provide administrative support to the CFO, executive management and wider team.
• Provide professional front office customer services.
• Ensure the Perth offices function efficiently and effectively.
• Provide administrative support to the Occupational Health and Safety Committee in line with procedures and processes.

This role requires flexibility, the ability to multi-task, and work autonomously and excellent IT skills including Microsoft Office.

This position contributes towards achieving AEGIC’s vision to be Australia’s leading organisation for market insight, innovation and applied technology in the grains industry, and will positively contribute to the development and maintenance of AEGIC’s organisational values and culture.

Location(s): South Perth. Western Australia has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle, diverse landscapes and climates. The capital city, Perth, is a modern city of 1.7 million people situated on the bank of the beautiful Swan River.

Tenure: Maximum term opportunity to June 2022.

How Do I Apply? Applicants are encouraged to download the job description at www.aegic.org.au and apply online by submitting a cover letter, resume and statement addressing the key functions outlined in this advertisement to

Further Information: For questions regarding the role and application process contact Alison Forrest, People & Culture Consultant on (08) 6168 9909 or email

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