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1 X Calf Rearer/dairy Assistant

Payment: Paid Position ($18.90)
Location: Ruapuna
Region: Christchurch & Canterbury
Experience: Limited Experience Necessary
Listing Added: 30/06/2020

Hi we are looking for a  hardworking person to help with calving and milking, on our 460 hectare farm. It is situated 40 kms west of Ashburton. Starting on the 20th July for 3 months. 

The first week will be training so just normal hours but then during calving hours could be anything from 50 to 70  hours a week.  $18.90 per hour plus 8% holiday pay. 

Accomodation is free- the house is a big,newly renovated house that you will share, it is very warm and comfortable.  You will have to pay own power and internet. 

The rosta will be 6/1 during August and then revert back to 6/2 in September

You must have a valid working holiday visa for at least 4 months, a bank account and an IRD number.

On application please state your contact phone number and supply a current cv. We will not contact you if these are not given.

Thank you

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