Careers at Hutcheon & Pearce
Hutcheon & Pearce has always been a proud family business. To us, our team is family.
Since 1953, we have grown to more than 400 people across 17 branches in NSW. As we continue to grow alongside the needs of our customers in the ever-changing agricultural sector, it’s important that we find the best people to join our team.
Join the Hutcheon & Pearce family
Because of our size, structure and reach, we have a diverse range of career paths and locations available. If you’re just starting out, want to take the next step, or looking for a completely new direction, we can help you progress your career in a supportive, challenging and rewarding environment. In fact, many of our staff say they’ll choose to work at Hutcheon & Pearce for life.
You’ll join us for a week work experience. Under the guidance of a mentor, you’ll spend time in one of our teams. We’ll help you determine if a career with Hutcheon and Pearce is right for you.
We recruit for a number of roles across Hutcheon and Pearce that are cross-functional or situated at our Shared Resource Office in Wagga.
Frequently asked questions
What opportunities will I have for career progression?
Hutcheon & Pearce values the development of all employees and supports each team member to be the best of the best.
When working at Hutcheon & Pearce, you’ll access the training and development opportunities you need to grow throughout your career. Our size, structure and reach also provides a diverse range of career paths to choose from, and we actively support career progression.
Our internal training program – the High Performance Academy – has a multitude of offerings to assist with your career development, including our Grow, Manage and Lead curriculum.
How does Hutcheon & Pearce support work-life balance?
Hutcheon & Pearce is still a proudly family owned and operated business, and we know family comes first. We also understand the importance of your family and the role your social networks play in supporting you outside of work.
Your health and wellbeing is extremely important to us. That’s why we offer:
- Flexibility of hours, such as rostered start and finish times during peak harvest and sowing periods and rotational weekends and on-call work.
- An Employee Assistance Program in partnership with Assure Services with confidential, free counselling services for you and your immediate family.
I’m concerned I don’t have the required technical skills or my skills are a little out of date.
At Hutcheon & Pearce, we have fostered a close partnership with TAFE NSW Riverina. This has allowed us to develop specific skillset training for our employees to brush up on their technical skills as required.
You’ll also have access to John Deere University, which provides extensive online and face-to-face training to learn about John Deere products and services.
If you’re coming into a technical role, we’ll match you with a buddy who will act as a mentor and go-to person, so you’ll never feel uneasy about asking questions and getting help right from the start.
How can I get up to speed quickly in the new role?
From day one, we want you to know how you’re tracking and receive quality feedback every step of the way.
So, when you start, you’ll receive a tailored learning plan to help get you up to speed as quickly as possible. Including job shadowing with counterparts in other locations and one-on-one meetings with our Functional Management Team, this plan will help you navigate our diverse business functions and learn about products, resources, benchmarks and targets.