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Nanny/station Help Needed For September Start

Gunthorpe Cattle Company Banana, Queensland

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

Farm hand responsibilities - checking waters, yard work, mustering cattle, fencing, creek crossings;

Nanny responsibilities – looking after our very funny and lovely toddler Hannah (20 months). previous childcare experience preferred.

Hours - Need to be happy to work weekends and sometimes long days (usually will be 8 hour days but sometimes will need to do 10-12 hours per day). Will normally always have 2 consecutive days off in a row but not necessarily a Saturday/Sunday

Location – We are on a beautiful working cattle property between Banana, QLD and Theodore, QLD. Biloela is located one hour away and has a Woolworths, hospital, cafes and shops. Rockhampton is the largest close city located about 2 hours away.

Accommodation – Fully separate cottage available with kitchen, living room, separate bedroom. Cute and very comfortable spot to stay! Cost of accommodation is $100/per week is deducted from pay.

Car – Need to have own car to be able to get away on days off (we do not have an extra car available for you to borrow on days off). Drivers license required.

Phone and Internet– must have own mobile phone. We have good mobile phone coverage and wifi coverage on our property. Telstra wifi available for accomodation at cost of $50/month (50gb) - deducted from pay.

Start time– Start date early SEPTEMBER. Looking for someone that can stay until at least December.

Wage: Negotiable. Overtime paid as per award rates (x1.5 of hourly rate if working more than 76 hours in a fortnight). Super paid as per farm hand award. Annual leave paid as per award.

Postcode: 4702 (Banana, Queensland)

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Gunthorpe Cattle Company

Member since: February 2020

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation