Cellar Supervisor

Moorilla Pty Ltd
655 Main Rd
Berriedale, TAS 7011
03 6277 9990 (Main Phone)
Job Start Date
Application Closing Date
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Experience Required
From $55,000 To $65,000
Per Year    
Employment Type
Work Schedule
Full Time - Permanent
Light Domestic Travel
Job Description
Moorilla has recently purchased Domaine A, and because of this, we're on the lookout for an experienced Cellar Supervisor to provide guidance and leadership in all cellar and bottling operations at both sites.

In this role you'll supervise a small team of cellar hands, so we're ideally looking for someone who is confident with delegating tasks and who is capable of providing learning opportunities where suitable. You're also going to be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and presentation of the cellar, as well ensuring the equipment is kept in working order, so you'll need to be hands on and willing to take on a broad range of tasks.

Full description of duties can be found at https://mona.applynow.net.au/jobs/MONA162-cellar-supervisor
Job Requirements
• High level of experience working in a similar role across a number of vintages, coupled with a passion for high quality and cool climate wines.
• Bottling and Packaging experience.
• Experience in staff supervision is desirable.

Applicants must have Australian citizenship/residency or a valid existing Australian work visa.

Please forward a copy of your CV and cover letter via email using the 'APPLY FOR JOB’ link above.

Employer Contact Information
Moorilla Pty Ltd
655 Main Rd
Berriedale TAS 7011
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We produce cool-climate wines. The fruit is grown in our Tamar and Derwent Valley vineyards. Winery, vineyard, and cellar door on the site of MONA - the Museum of Old and New Art.

Moorilla winemaker, Conor van der Reest favours structural wines with new-world fruit and old-world complexity. His wines are crafted to reveal Moorilla’s terroir, a term that describes a vineyard’s singular sense of place—from its icy river breezes to its ancient soils to its long-ripening fruit—clarified by the hand of the winemaker and captured in liquid-form. Drink Moorilla and you drink the vineyard.

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