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Immediate Start - Picking And Packing Jobs Second Year Visa Days Guaranteed

DingoBlue Working Hostel Bundaberg QUEENSLAND, Queensland

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

General Field picking and packing and Packing sheds – Work Available NOW in Bundaberg.

Immediate start

Work available all year – picking and packing– work hourly ( Casual or part time) and piece worker rates (compliant with fair Work Australia) – if you are looking to complete your 88 days and keen to try farm work then we would like to hear from you.

Work is 5-6 days per week (weather dependant) and hours depend on the season but up to 38 hours per week and more in peak season . Once you arrive at your working hostel, it may take up to few days to place you in work but we will endeavour to find you a placement where you can complete your 88 days. Be prepared to work, have the right attitude and want experience life in regional QLD and make great friends. Don’t apply if you are not committed as the farms we work with are looking for reliable motivated staff and will provide full training for the right people.

Pay rate – casual/ piece worker or part time depending on the job - full compliance with awards and Fair Work Australia, 9.5% superannuation.
Accommodation is at one of our fully government accredited, and immigration approved working hostels. All work is eligible work your 2nd year visa!

TO APPLY - you will need to respond with the following via email through this website.
Information required for each individual:
1. Name (First & Last Name)
2. Mobile Number
3. Email
4. Visa Type (417 or 462 )
5. Visa Expiry date
6. Expected Day Of Arrival
Only successful candidates will receive a reply and further information will be provided.

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DingoBlue Working Hostel

Member since: August 2018

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