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Picking, Packing And Crop Worker Positions

Tatura Fresh Pty Ltd TATURA, Victoria

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Job Description

Tatura Fresh is looking for casual staff to fill a number of picking, packing and crop worker position for it’s Spring / Summer season.

Due to the current COVID – 19 pandemic Tatura Fresh would like to offer positions in advance.

Even if you are currently employed and would like to make a future plan and secure employment in the coming months – apply through our casual applications http://murphyfresh.com.au/casual-application/ and send an additional email with your resume and proposed start date to: hr@taturafresh.com.au

We have position in picking, packing and crop work, see below for month and approximate number of positions:

August - 10 x positions
September - 5 x positions
October - 10 x positions
November - 12 x positions
December - 7 x position

Tatura Fresh requires a minimum 6 month commitment and functional English language / comprehension.

This is strictly on a first in basis - subject to suitability based on selection criteria.

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Postcode: 3616 (TATURA, Victoria)

  This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.

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Tatura Fresh Pty Ltd

Member since: December 2017

Description:
Tatura Fresh is one of Australia’s leading growers of delicious vine-ripened, glasshouse grown truss tomatoes which are stocked in major supermarkets across Australia. Established in 2015, Tatura Fresh is a family owned business that maintains its competitive edge through constant innovation. The farm is located in Tatura, in North-Central Victoria and is currently undergoing an expansion to bring the total growing area to 9 hectares of glasshouse, employing up to 100 employees.

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation