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Holiday Park Cleaners Required

Payment: Paid Position ($16.75 - $18.00)
Location: Rotorua
Region: Rotorua & Bay of Plenty
Experience: No Experience Necessary

Blue Lake TOP 10 Holiday Park is a very busy Park, situated on the edge of beautiful Blue Lake. The Park is particularly busy over the summer season with the quietest months being May to September. It is located only 8kms from Rotorua and has 180 sites with 29 units most of which are self-contained. The Park has 3 amenity blocks, BBQ areas and recreation room. Details can be found on our website www.bluelaketop10.co.nz or on our Facebook Page. 

We are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic couple to join our Team as cleaners. You must be keen, a willing learner and with an eye for detail. The position is on a roster basis including weekends. We need a couple that can commit to at least 3 months and is available to start work immediately.

Accommodation is provided at a small cost per week.

Please email your cv along with a covering letter in the first instance to


Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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