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SPRING WORK IN TAURANGA

Harbourside City Backpackers Tauranga / Bay of Plenty Farm work / Picking Paid position(Know your rights)

Spring is here!!! Need a place to stay during the Spring time and looking for a job as well?! Then look no further!

Tauranga is the place to be to be!! Harbourside City Backpackers is a hostel on the water front in Tauranga with a 2019 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor! We specialise in helping backpackers to find work as well as enjoying what the beautiful Bay of Plenty has to offer.

We ASSIST our guests source employment. During the spring time there are a variety of jobs available including: Construction work, Labour work, Factory jobs and Hospitality work. We also have backpackers working on the orchards and working in factories.

We can help you find a job! All you need is:

* Transport (the job hunt will be a lot easier with your own transport) However sometimes you drive with another backpackers to the job!
* A valid work permit
* IRD number
* Bank account

It’s first come first served. You need to be staying at the backpackers to get a job!

We offer weekly rates to everyone wanting to pay and stay for 7 nights at a time. Dorm rooms starting from $196pp/week and private rooms $210pp/week (based on 2 ppl)

E-MAIL US INFO@BACKPACKTAURANGA.CO.NZ
We would love to have you! (Seriously, we would, we are not just saying that!)

** NO NEED TO SEND A C.V – We are not your employers**

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