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Hostel Cleaning Summer staff – paid position

Tasman Bay Backpackers Nelson City / Tasman / Nelson Tourism Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $17 per hour less accommodation, plus bonus No experience needed

We run Tasman Bay Backpackers in Nelson – a truly beautiful and unique region in New Zealand. We like to think our Hostel might be like your favourite cafĂ© – a place where you are totally relaxed and comfortable, there is good music playing (100% Kiwi music), the people are friendly and the atmosphere is just right.

We are looking for enthusiastic helpers to keep the hostel tidy for the Summer season. Commencement date anticipated to be early/mid December 2018. This is a Contract Role for a minimum 4 Months. Work hours will be mainly in the morning from 10am for approximately 3 hours for 6 days a week. This leaves plenty extra time to explore our beautiful region or to find extra part time work in a restaurant in the evening.

This is a live-in position and included in the package are breakfast, unlimited WiFi, laundry, use of the bikes and yummy hot chocolate pudding and ice cream every night .
Your accomodation expenses will be deducted from your wages.
There is a bonus offered to people that can stay the whole summer season with us until after Easter.

We look forward to hearing from people who are very keen, enthusiastic, and share our philosophy in giving our guests the best experience they can get

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