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Maize Detasselers

Stephen Rolls Contracting Gisborne Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) $16.50 plus 8% holiday pay

Stephen Rolls Contracting is a horticultural contracting business based in Gisborne, a town with a population of around 45,000, on the East Coast of the North Island. We contract staff on various different orchards around the Poverty Bay area.

We have approximately 16 positions available for sweetcorn and maize detasseling. Start date will be between 27 December 2018 – 9 January 2019, and the job will be for approximately 6 weeks.

Previous experience would be an advantage, however, training will be provided.

Successful applicants will need to be honest, hardworking and reliable and be able to work as a team or independently unsupervised.

This position is a physically demanding job so applicants MUST be physically fit and healthy.

Own reliable transport would be good but not absolutely necessary. It is also recommended to have a good set of wet weather gear.

Applicants must be prepared to stay in Gisborne for at least 5 weeks, with the possibility of further work for the right people.

Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and be available to come to Gisborne for an interview before being offered a job.

Starting rate will be $16.50 plus 8% holiday pay. The job will be between 30-60 hours a week, 7 days a week, in all weather.

Please indicate your interest by email to our address above and a questionnaire will be provided. Please fill out one questionnaire per person applying for the job.

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