Grain Brokers Australia are excited to announce exciting new staff appointments in Western Australia.
“We are pleased to have been able to employ new long-term Agribusiness professionals to join and strengthen our team,” said Jeff Winspear, Director of Grain Brokers Australia.
Tristan Jones joins the Kwinana office with 12 years’ experience and will take on the role of Senior Broker. “Many of our grower clientele will be familiar with Tristan as he was previously with the CBH Co-op,” said Jeff.
Grain Brokers Australia is certain he will add a depth of experience to the local team as well as being key assistance to the Head of Brokerage Matt Tolmachoff as the rollout of the company’s national strategic footprint continues.
Sheldon Miller joins the Albany office bringing first-hand grain experience having previously been a farmer, and most recently working with growers specialising in fertiliser supply. “Chad Jefferis, our Senior Broker in the Southern Zones, is looking forward to introducing Sheldon in the coming week,” said Jeff.
Alisha Chinner is also a new appointment who will specialise in the South Australia and Victoria border region markets. Her office is in Lameroo meaning easy access for many clients.
“Alisha has eight years of marketing experience, and has built many strong relationships with growers and end-users in the grain industry,” said Jeff.
The Perth office administration and finance team has also been bolstered with Kirsten Ross stepping up to the important role of Operations Coordinator for Grain Brokers Australia. “Kirsten has a great depth of understanding of the business having been a key employee for the last six seasons,” said Jeff.
“We also have a new Management Accountant, Steve Brandenburg, who was originally a farmer from Kukerin,” said Jeff.
“Steve brings over 25 years accounting and commerce experience and has previously worked for Wesfarmers CSBP and more recently in the mining industry,” said Jeff.
As part of Grain Brokers Australia’s Graduate Program, Will Gaze joins the Perth team as Broker Associate. Will hales from Borden where his family are local, well-respected growers.
Jeff says, “It is imperative on our business to grow from within, and with this in mind, we have selected an Agribusiness graduate as part of a mentoring program.”
Grain Brokers Australia are pleased to announce these exciting new senior staff appointments across the national team.
Please forward any queries to Matt Tolmachoff – Head of Brokerage Services, and of course Jeff Winspear our Principal. Click here and visit Our People’s page to find out more about our new team.