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Horrticultural work (Kiwi fruit)

Horticultural Labour Suppliers Limited Bay of Plenty Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) Contract & Hourly No Necessary Experience required

Hi to All,
There are vacancies for 20-30 energetic people for this job. The orchards are in the Kiwi fruit industry, situated in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, very close to picturesque nature (30-40 minutes from Tauranga).
The job is putting strings and poles on the Kiwi fruit vines(Gold). The job will be paid per individual Pole initially on Contract, for a couple of weeks.
After 2 weeks, we will start Bud thinning of the Kiwi fruit vines, which will be Hourly (Minimum wages paid @ $17.01 including Holiday Pay.) Work will be everyday except when it is raining heavily. The time of the work will be from 8am-5pm).
The Bud Thinning will continue for 4-6 weeks on Minimum Hourly wages.
Accomodation can be assisted. There are a couple of Backpacker and places which are available for Accomodation (In the local City centre as well as, right on the Beach) Depending on the location, Between $120-140 per person weekly. The job is close to good beaches and the nearby places can be ideally explored by backpackers, who are searching for new adventures.
Minimum duration of Employment required for 5-6 weeks.
The contact details for the job are available with the advertisment (021842791).
Kind regards.

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