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Kiwifruit Picking

Payment: Paid Position ($weekly)
Location: Mount Maunganui
Region: Rotorua & Bay of Plenty
Experience: No Experience Necessary
Contact: 0800666622
Listing Added: 16/04/2018

2018 KIWIFRUIT PICKERS

Kiwifruit Picking -  We need people to start approx. 20.03.2018

preferbly with cars ( we need at least 3 people with a car who can take others to the orchard, registered to pick kiwifruit NOW!!!!

YOU MUST BE OVER 165CM TALL TO REACH THE FRUIT ON THE VINES

We are Pacific Coast Lodge located in beautiful Mount Maunganui close to the beach!

We ASSIST our guests find work in the Bay of Plenty Area.

We have strong relationships with the best contractors in the Bay of Plenty to make sure you are treated well and paid on time.

You must be staying at the backpackers to get the work, as we ONLY assist OUR GUESTS

YOU MUST HAVE:

-  valid working permit

-  IRD number

-  bank account

-  commit for the WHOLE SEASON (end of May / beginning of June)

-  Transport!!!

All work is FIRST IN FIRST SERVED ... If you miss out then you will go on a waiting list, and start when another space becomes available, this changes as people move on. 

We highly recommend to book you beds now to secure the MONEY you will earn to take you on your next journey!

Payrate is between hourly and contract - depending on the day which fruit will be picked!

What you waiting for? Give us a call NOW!!!

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