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Cooking/houskeeping Wwoofers

Payment: Accommodation & Paid (0)
Location: TE ANAU
Region: Southland/Fiordland
Experience: Limited Experience Necessary
Contact: 03/249-4253
Listing Added: 10/08/2018

We are remote organic certified property with luxury lodge, large gardens and golf. We are looking for someone that is responsible and reliable for cooking dinner for 10 people & housekeeping.
The responsibilities for this role include:
– Cooking dinner for up to 10 people (vegetarian + meat option) – pre-set menus
– Clean kitchen and common facilities
– Clean Lounge and dinning area
– Clean bathrooms
– Laundry

We require:
– 5 hrs a day of work, 7 days a week
– 4 weeks minimum stay
After first 3 weeks you get every second Sunday free.

We offer:
– living in a remote area, surrounded by stunning nature
– organic food (meat and vegetarian options) mostly produced on our property
– home made bread and jam
– couple of hours a day of paid work (most days)

Email us CV with your date of birth and picture, and how long are you able to commit.

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