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AMPC launches interactive careers portal at Beef2024

07 May 2024
AMPC launches interactive careers portal at Beef2024

The Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) launched a new interactive careers portal at Beef2024 on Tuesday 7 May. 

The AMPC Careers Portal is an interactive online portal which allows users to explore the varied and diverse roles offered working at red meat processing plants. 

AMPC Program Manager Amanda Carter said, “The AMPC Career Portal’s purpose is to promote the amazing and diverse roles that people have who work at red meat processing plants. 

“The one thing that excites me about this portal is being able to showcase that there are so many opportunities in red meat processing and it’s an industry that a lot of people don’t realise the diversity of the careers that are offered.”

“The tool will be able to be used by career advisors and red meat processors at career days, field days and other industry events.”

People that are interested in a career in red meat processing will be able to interact with the AMPC Careers Portal to explore careers that align with their personal attributes. For example, if the user likes numbers – they will be sent to roles such as accounting. If the user is more hands on – they will be sent to more practical roles.  

The AMPC Careers Portal will also highlight career paths and how to progress in the red meat processing industry.

Amanda said, “Users will be able to ask questions and a real person (from a processing plant) will pop up on screen and will answer those questions. It will also provide the ability to watch videos of real people working in various red meat processing roles.”

AMPC worked together with Think Digital and red meat processors across Australia to develop the portal. 

The project is funded by NSW Government, TAFE NSW, and Empowered Women in Trades. 

To learn more – watch this video.

The AMPC Careers Portal will soon be available on the AMPC website. 


For more information

Contact Communications and Media - Maria Stathis on 0428 694 801 or email m.stathis@ampc.com.au