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1444 – Agricultural Labourers

Agstaff Ashburton / Canterbury Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) Negotiable See description

We are seeking fit, strong and robust labourers and seasonal staff year round. These positions are generally of a shorter duration and would suit people on a working holiday. Alternately we can also provide a variety of work longer term.

We have a host of opportunities for backpackers, farm workers, agricultural labourers and seasonal workers wishing to work and travel throughout the South Island of New Zealand. 

Some of these positions include:
Construction
Dairy farm positions
Rouging
General farm duties
Arable and cropping farms
Factory work
Tractor driving
…and more!
Assignments run for various lengths of time and can be tailored to both the candidates and employers needs. To apply for these positions register with us online or by telephoning 0800 AGSTAFF. 

PLEASE NOTE: If you are located outside of New Zealand or are currently in New Zealand, you must possess a current “working holiday visa”, an “open work visa” or be a New Zealand Resident to apply for these positions.

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