Classer Jobs in Australia
A Classer sorts wool, hide or skin into categories with consideration to factors including length of wool staples, thickness, age, colour and breed. Wool Classers generally do their work in a shearing shed or classing house (where farmers send their wool for sorting pre-sale). Classers ensure that quality standards are met and any wool that doesn’t meet the standards is removed.

As most Classers are service providers to the agricultural industry, the availability of work depends upon activity in this area. Wool Classers are in demand during the shearing season, but must be willing to follow work during the quieter periods. Classers can also work in farm produce wholesaling, with some hide and skin classers involved in meat product manufacturing. A small number of wool Classers are self employed, though most are employed by shearing contractors, wool brokers and woollen mills.

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