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Seasonal Work – Winter WorkersPACIFIC COAST LODGE & BACKPACKERS Mount Maunganui & Surrounds / Bay of Plenty Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights) As per employer - contract or hourly. Fun & motivated backpacker!
We are needing winter workers for a variety of jobs and are constantly looking for workers to supply our various contractors – We can assist our guests with getting a work placement, so you need to get yourself to Mount Maunganui!
We are just finishing off our Kiwifruit Picking season, and starting into pruning! Other work is also picking up each day – We need you!
Almost every job requires you to have your own transport (Although we do provide an 11seater van) We have been getting calls for backpackers for the following:
– Labour Jobs
– Demolition Work
– Factory Work
– Orchard Work
– Saw Mill / Lumberyard
So let us help you find a job – All you need is:
* Transport (We can TRY and car pool)
* A valid working holiday visa
* IRD Number
* Bank Account
Of course, we offer this assistance as a FREE SERVICE for guests – so you must be staying with us at Pacific Coast Lodge in Mount Maunganui – The ONLY hostel in Mount Maunganui that helps you find a job- If you leave the hostel, you leave the job.
Weekly rates from $195pp (Limited space)
There are minimum commitment terms for all jobs – most of them are from a few weeks to a few months, depending on each contractor.
Call us now on 0800 66 66 22 to reserve a bed in our Mount Maunganui hostel – 500m to the beach, 8min walk to the supermarket, and 650m to downtown the Mount – the ONLY place to stay in Mount Maunganui!
Clean, spacious, great atmosphere, social, BBQ nights, movie nights, FREE bikes & surfboards and FREE parking onsite… Let us make your stay the most enjoyable of all!!
Lifes better at the Mount!
Contact employer for more details
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