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Come pick kiwifruit in the beautiful coromandel region with sun, surf and mountains at your doorstep

Eastpack Pauanui / Waikato Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) Bin Rate none

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Prospa is the growing arm of EastPack offering a full range of orchard management services to most of New Zealand’s growing regions.

Make the most of your kiwi holiday by working for EastPack in the beautiful Coromandel. Stay at one of Tairua’s Backpackers where you will be able to meet some awesome people.

We are looking for fit and reliable workers to help pick in our Coromandel Orchards based in Tairua, Pauanui, Coroglen, Whenuakite & Whangamata. All you need to have is your own transport and to be available to start immediately and be able to commit to the whole picking season (approx 8 weeks) With a great bin rate and a beautiful location, you will have plenty of time to explore near by beaches, rivers, access to fishing, diving and tramping, and experience our unique Maori culture.

You will need:

– A strong work ethic
– Good level of physical fitness
– The ability to follow instructions
– Your own car and a Mobile Phone

Previous experience in orchard work is not required as full training will be provided.

Please only apply if you entitled to work in New Zealand

WE ARE NOT CONTRACTORS, WE DO NOT TAKE PART OF YOUR PAY LIKE CONTRACTORS DO.

To find out more and apply, email the team at picking@tairua.net

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