General Manager Livestock

Wellington - Corporate Services – Livestock Operations
Permanent - Off Farm
Are you ready to get into one of the best jobs in NZ?  We’re the world’s biggest deer farmer, one of the southern hemisphere’s biggest sheep farmers, and we have a massive drystock operation.  We stand for best practice in animal husbandry, sustainable and safe farming, as well as world-class health and safety practices for our people.

We’re looking for a General Manager Livestock who has a clear vision of how to manage a diverse portfolio (sheep, beef and deer) to incorporate the latest farm systems and innovation to drive performance and profitability. 

If you’ve got a vision for the future of sustainable farming in New Zealand, we want to hear from you.

Go to to visit our microsite to hear directly from our Chief Executive about the opportunities for this role.   

We’ll be contacting candidates through ‘til the middle of December and will progress to interviews early February 2020, so get your details through to us by 10th December 2019.

Give us a call to if you’d like to have a chat and learn more about this exciting position.  Contact Peter Simone, GM People, Safety & Quality, at 027 403 5821, or Nancy Ford, Talent Acquisition Manager, at 027 200 7076
Pāmu is recognised within New Zealand and internationally as standing for best practice and sustainability.  We have a strong culture of safety and respect for the land, our people, and the animals under our care.  We’re a State-Owned-Enterprise with a nationwide portfolio of farms that produce milk, beef, lamb, wool, venison, deer velvet, wood and more.  Pāmu strives to be a leader in New Zealand agriculture, carefully creating natural products of high quality.
Pāmu provides a safe workplace and the successful applicant will be required to pass a drug and alcohol test and undergo a criminal background check prior to being appointed.  

To be eligible for this role, you must be available for an in-person interview and have unrestricted legal rights to work in New Zealand.