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20 People needed for KiwiFruit Poling Work

PACIFIC COAST LODGE & BACKPACKERS Mount Maunganui / Bay of Plenty Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) $16.50 No Experience Required

Monday 28th August START for Kiwifruit POLE STRINGING

WE HAVE 20 POSITIONS AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW – please call to make a booking and we will put you in a crew.

The contractor will supply transport.

We are Pacific Coast Lodge located in beautiful Mount Maunganui close to the beach!

We ASSIST our guests find work in the Bay of Plenty Area.

We have strong relationships with the best contractors in the Bay of Plenty to make sure you are treated well and paid on time.

You must be staying at the backpackers to get the work, as we ONLY assist OUR GUESTS

YOU MUST HAVE:

– valid working permit

– IRD number

– bank account

– commit for 2 weeks

– Transport

All work is FIRST IN FIRST SERVED … If you miss out then you will go on a waiting list, and start when another space becomes available, this changes as people move on.

We highly recommend to book you beds now to secure the MONEY you will earn to take you on your next journey!

Payrate is between hourly and contract – depending on the weather

What you waiting for? Give us a call NOW 0800-66-66-22 or email info@pacificcoastlodge.co.nz !!!

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