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Dairy Farm WorkerThe Regions – Immigration Law and Recruitment Nationwide Farm work / Picking Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) 18 Dairy Farming Experience e.g. milking cows
The Regions is one of New Zealand’s leading immigration law expert and recruitment companies for dairy farmers. We support more than 400 dairy farm owners throughout the country by giving hardworking and reliable farmworkers new opportunities in one of the world’s most innovative dairy markets. Over the past two years we have placed more than 1200 migrants in secure employment in New Zealand.
Enjoy farm life and join our clients as
Dairy Farm Worker | Nationwide
About the job:
– Duties include milking, calf rearing, fencing, driving quads, weeding etc.
– Training is applied depending on your level of experience
– You have experience working on a farm
– You love to work with animals and in nature
– You can ride a motorbike or quad
– Ideally you have a car or at least a valid driver’s license
– You have a valid Working Holiday Visa
What can you expect?
Join our clients and their highly motivated teams for 40 to 50 hours of work per week. This exciting and varied role will be remunerated at $18 per hour + 8% holiday pay. Accommodation on the farm is provided (rental charges may apply).
Email us your CV and tell us why you are the right person for this job: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us if you have any questions: 0800 100 274
Visit us for further information: https://theregions.co.nz/work-and-holiday
P.S. We are here to help you short-term (up to 12 months on a WHV) to gain working experience on a dairy farm in New Zealand. If you decide to stay long-term in Aotearoa, we are more than happy to support you with the Immigration process and find a secure job on one of our client’s dairy farms for you.
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