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Dairy Farm Assistant

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($700 week after tax)
Location: rakaia
Region: Christchurch & Canterbury
Experience: No Experience Necessary
Listing Added: 14/01/2020

We are looking for an enthusiastic team player to suit the role of Farm Assistant.  
The farm is located in Rakaia 20 minutes from Ashburton and 50 minutes from Christchurch.

We are milking 780 cows through a 60-bail rotary with automatic cups removers. 

The job will include some general duties on farm, milking, fencing, getting cows in.
Experience with stock would be an advantage but not essential, training is available to a motivated person.
You need to be drug-free, in good health, honest, reliable, willing to learn, and have a can-do attitude.
Please only apply for this position if you have a driver license, a valid work visa or whv and currently living in NZ.

Position start date negotiable (between mid and the end of January )

Single accommodation provided, tidy and furnished.

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