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Removing Strings, Winter Pruning (hourly)

Payment: Paid Position ($24.50)
Location: Omokora and tepuna
Region: Rotorua & Bay of Plenty
Experience: No Experience Necessary
Contact: 0223506585
Listing Added: 14/06/2022

Come along to the beautiful Bay of Plenty to experience a unique part of New Zealand's horticulture industry. We are currently looking for people interested in kiwifruit removing strings and winter pruning season on hourly with good pay rate.

 We are located near Omokoroa.

Speciality: - 1 (One Location of Work. Do not need to go to the orchards at different location every day)

                     2 (fluctuate hours)

 

No prior experience in the horticulture industry is necessary. 

Starting pay rate will be 24.50 Include holiday pay

Requirements of employment: ----

  • NZ Citizen, NZ resident
  • Current open work permit / Student visa or working holiday visa/SSE visa and IRD number and Bank account number
  • SSE visa 
  • Enjoys working as a member of a team 
  • Enjoys working outdoors
  • Reasonably fit 
  • NZ mobile number

Please Email on [email protected]

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