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Dairy Farm Assistant/calf Rearer

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($17-$20/hr)
Location: Whataroa, South Westland
Region: West Coast
Experience: No Experience Necessary

We have 2 positions available for start no later than 1 August 2018 on a large dairy farm located on the West Coast of the South Island.  Applicants need to be able to commit to work until end of November 2018. 1 position is for a general farm assistant for milking, stock work, etc. and other positon is for a calf rearer to work 4-6 hours a day, with possible other duties for additional hours.Pay rate $17/hr general farm work and $20/hr calf rearing. Ideally would suit a couple looking for work together.  We offer a 2 bedroom, fully furnished, shared workers' accommodation, a 6 days on 2 days off roster with no less than a 40 hour work week,for dairy farm assistant position and calf rearing position is 4-6 hours/day, 6 days/week, for 3-4 months.  Excellent working facilities with an experienced team in place.  All applicants must hold a valid work visa, IRD number and NZ bank account.  Own transport is a plus, but not required. Farming experience/background, especially in dairy, is desirable.  Willingness to learn is paramount.  Area is renowned as a tourist destination, and is a 25 minute drive to the Franz Josef Glacier area. Please include your contact phone number with your application.

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