Careers at Asian Agri

As one of Indonesia’s leading crude palm oil companies we touch lives everywhere, every day, whether it’s our tens of thousands of smallholder partners in local communities, or the millions around the world who use our products.

As a leader in sustainability we put the environment and the interests of local people first – only when our activities are good for the climate and good for the community will they benefit the company.

Whether it’s helping manage our 100,000 hectares of sustainable plantations, applying new technologies to our operations, or helping our smallholder partners to transform their lives, we offer exciting opportunities for both fresh graduates and experienced professionals.

A career in sustainable agriculture offers opportunities for personal growth, while helping create jobs in Indonesia and growing the local economy. Even though palm oil is perceived as one of male-dominated industries, at Asian Agri, we promote a safe, non-discriminatory work environment and provide equal opportunities for female workers. We remain dedicated to their advancement with the 7% representation of women in management positions within the company as per September 2020.

If you want a career you can be proud of, then join us. Take a look at life at Asian Agri and discover your next opportunity here.


Laboratory: Ida Febriantine

The choice to pursue forestry studies was an unusual one back in the 1990s, particularly among women, but it was for precisely this reason that Ida Febriantine went for it.


Plantation: Rudi Wijaya

Since joining Asian Agri, Rudi Wijaya gets the best of both worlds: a job he is passionate about, and some beautiful settings to indulge his love of photography.


Plantation: Budianto

From training to recruitment to eventually managing an oil palm plantation, Budianto’s decade-long journey with Asian Agri has been an eventful one, and one he’s looking forward to continuing.


Estate: Erika Sianturi

Erika Sianturi always wanted to work in agriculture, but that’s not to say that her first assignment on one of Asian Agri’s oil palm plantations didn’t come as a surprise.


Mill: Toni Siregar

Toni Siregar’s leadership style is simple – to encourage his team members to do the best they can by setting a good example himself.