Munster Bovine is Ireland’s market leader in cattle breeding and herd management services. We offer a complete and integrated range of cattle breeding, milk recording, fertility and performance enhancing services for herd owners. Our aim is to be the trusted partner in genetics and decision support, adding measurable value for herd owners. We are expanding our Milk Recording Field team and are seeking an EDIY Technician for the North Cork area. This role involves the timely delivery of equipment to farmers and the ability to impart knowledge on the use and maintenance of equipment.
Starting a career with Munster Bovine can offer several advantages and opportunities for those interested in the field of animal genetics and cattle breeding. Here are some of the reasons to get in touch today for suitable opportunities.
Munster Bovine’s team are highly skilled and knowledgeable in cattle breeding, genetics, and herd management services. Joining Munster Bovine can provide access to a large network of expertise and mentorship, allowing individuals to develop their skills and knowledge in these areas. Ultimately Munster offers a strong foundation for a successful career in the industry.
Industry Exposure and Networking
Munster Bovine's reputation and connections within the Irish agricultural industry can provide excellent exposure to the broader agricultural community. By working with Munster, you can establish relationships with dairy and beef farmers, industry stakeholders, veterinarians, researchers, and other professionals. This networking can open doors to new opportunities, collaborations, and valuable connections within the industry.
Genetic Improvement and Innovation
Cattle breeding organisations like Munster Bovine are at the forefront of genetic improvement and innovation in the dairy and beef industry. Working with us can allow participation in cutting-edge research, implementing new breeding technologies, and being part of efforts to enhance the genetic potential of dairy and beef cattle. This can be very rewarding for individuals interested in pushing the boundaries of genetic progress in livestock.
Impact on Dairy and Beef Industry
Munster Bovine plays a crucial role in shaping the future of the overall dairy and beef industry. Starting a career with Munster provides an opportunity to contribute to the genetic advancement of dairy and beef herds, improving productivity, health, and overall sustainability. Making a positive impact on the industry and helping farmers achieve their breeding goals can be highly fulfilling for individuals passionate about the dairy or beef sector.
Diverse Career Paths
Starting a career with Munster Bovine can lead to diverse career paths within the organization and the broader agricultural industry. Individuals may find opportunities in areas such as breeding programme management, genetic evaluation and data analysis, farm consultancy, sales and marketing of our semen products and services, milk recording and much more. The varied career options within the Munster Bovine can provide individuals with the flexibility to explore different areas of interest and develop expertise in their chosen field.
The current annual leave entitlement for all Munster Bovine full time employees is currently 21 days.
On 1st January 2024, this will increase by a further day annual leave entitlement bringing the total annual leave entitlement to 22 days per annum.
Employees have the option to avail of up to five days unpaid leave within the Company Calendar year.
Employees are entitled to 26 weeks paid Maternity leave. To qualify for this benefit you are required to have twelve months service with the Company.
Employees are entitled to 2 weeks paid Paternity leave. To qualify for this benefit you are required to have twelve months service with the Company.
Annual Health Insurance contribution paid directly to the employee.
Pension availability which is matched by the Company.
Workplace wellbeing initiatives are extended to all employees
Opportunity for development and further education.
Opportunity to participate in Management development programmes.