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Fat Cod Backpackers Picton / Marlborough Hospitality / Service Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) $17 (includes holiday pay) Training will be given but experience would be a bonus

We are looking for 2 friendly, easy going and reliable people to work on our font desk and helping out with cleaning and laundry.You will be checking people in, taking phone booking, helping guests with directions and things to do in Picton. You will also be required to do some light cleaning and laundry. We are across the road from the beach and foreshore, only one minutes walk to the main shopping area, bars and cafes and only minutes from some of the most beautiful views and walking tracks New Zealand has to offer. We can offer you accommodation in a 4 person staff dorm, homemade bread and spreads for breakfast and soup in the evenings.You will also get free wifi, bikes to ride, free laundry, and anything else that we have to offer around the hostel.

You will work 3.5 hours per day 6 days a week with one off. We will pay you a weekly wage with your accommodation taken out. This system replaces the old woofing and is now what is required by law.. The staff we have at the moment still get a good bit of money at the end of every week. We do need a committment of 4 weeks to this job more if it turns out well for everyone.

If you would like to curl up for the winter somewhere beautiful then Picton is the place for you. Send us an email with your details and we will be in touch


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