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Job Description: Berry Picking from November 2017 to end of May 2018
Duties to be performed under the piecework agreement of the Horticulture Award 2010 are to pick and pack berries to the quality standards stipulated by the management to Hillwood Berries. Your wage will be calculated through the quality of trays that you have completed that is finished which satisfy quality specifications.
Are you looking for a Picking job?
We require Raspberry Pickers
Right now we have lots and lots of lovely Raspberries
that would love to be picked by you!
The more you pick, the more you get paid !
work hard and you can earn good money
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Hillwood Berries is a 2nd generation family owned commercial berry farm growing four types of berries; Strawberry, Blackberry, Blueberry and Raspberry.
In June 2011, Hillwood Berries were given a significant opportunity to grow Strawberries under a contract for a major national distributor (Driscolls). The company established a commercial growing operation covering two hectares, utilising leading edge under cover and packing technology at our site in Hillwood, Tasmania.
A further four hectares of Strawberries were developed and grown under cover in 2013, providing a total of six hectares of undercover Strawberry production.
Hillwood Berries went on to identify opportunities to implement its strategic plan by further expanding to seventeen hectares, its berry production and has now changed to tabletop style of growing using hydroponic media.
Since then, the farm has expanded to huge 38 hectares making Hillwood Berries one of leading berry farms in Tasmania.
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