A Wool Worker carries out various duties in a shearing shed to make sure operations are running smoothly. You may have to get sheep ready for shearing or return them to yards afterwards. Wool Workers may prepare wool for classing or assist with wool baling. You may have to perform other tasks as directed such as tidying up, maintaining equipment or running errands.
A Wool Worker needs to be physically fit and able to keep up with the demands of a busy shearing shed. You’ll need to be flexible and follow instructions from supervisors. Wool Workers should be able to handle animals and operate equipment when required. Wool Workers often work long hours during shearing season.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Wool Worker.