Wine and Viticulture

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Assistant Viticulturist - Treasury Wine Estates

Posting Date: 10/16/17

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Job Title Assistant Viticulturist
Location Central Coast
Company Name Treasury Wine Estates
Company Description Treasury Wine Estates is one of the world's largest wine companies that is traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). We have a passion for wine that is reflected in our behavior and in everything we do. The character, quality and scale of our global brand portfolio is unmatched. Our bands are amongst the most recognized and awarded in the world including, Beringer, Penfolds, Chateau St. Jean, Sterling Vineyards, Etude, Stags’ Leap, Lindeman’s, Matua and Gabbiano. We welcome new talent, enthusiasm and fresh insight; we're excited by what you could bring and the wonderful career opportunities we can offer!
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About The Role
TWE is offering multiple opportunities across California to become a member of the Technical Viticulture team in the role of Assistant Viticulturist. The position is responsible for monitoring vineyards and collecting data, such as phenology, crop estimates, nutritional and irrigation requirements, and fruit maturity from Treasury Wine Estates vineyards which include Beringer, Beaulieu Vineyards, Chateau St. Jean, Etude, Provenance, Stags Leap, and Sterling Vineyards. The person in this role will assist vineyard managers in achieving highest fruit quality from estate vineyards.

Job Type Full Time
Pay Scale BOE
Start Date 11/1/17
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Other Information Requirements
•             B.S. degree or greater in Viticulture/Horticulture/Agriculture/Enology or related discipline. Graduate degree beneficial.
•             PCA license or ability to gain one within first 12 months of employment
•             A clean CA driver’s license.
•             General knowledge of regional viticultural cultural practices, pest issues, needs and opportunities.
•             Computer skills including MS Office, and practical competence with agriculture oriented computer applications.
•             Experience and specialty knowledge of GIS software and techniques. Certification beneficial.
•             Have a rudimentary understanding of winemaking to assist with understanding winegrowing goals and fruit/wine quality grading.
•             Ability to work overtime (extended hours and weekends) as required.
•             Ability to understand any and all safety requirements.
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