Position available for ONE person for a 3 - 6 month work roster. Can assist with second And third year visa.
YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO STAY FOR A MINIMUM OF 3 MONTHS. (if suitable for the position) AND MUST LIVE ON SITE.
MUST HAVE INTERNATIONAL DRIVERS LICENCE AND DRIVE MANUAL VEHICLE AND MUST HAVE GOOD ENGLISH LEVEL.
Position is a 38 hours a week paid work $19.50 hour with the possibility of more hours. We are looking for an energetic positive person to care for the chickens and egg collecting working for the minimum 3 months. Duties may also involve helping out in the fish shed and on the lucerne farm and doing yard maintenance. Working hours in each day can vary depending on work loads.
Accommodation provided on site for $140 per week. We have a self contained caravan on site for accommodation. You will be required to provide your own meals. A vehicle will be provided for you to go to town once a week to do your groceries.
Please include the following in your application:
how many days you need to fulfill your second year visa
what your english level is
do you have a manual international car licence
your previous work experience
where are you situated now (eg Brisbane)
Have you been in a covid hot spot - history of your travels for the past month
Postcode: 4344 (Lilydale, Brisbane)
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9Dorf Farms are a 4th generation family owned business farming in the fertile Lockyer Valley since 1918 and are passionate about sustainable farming, working with and improving the environment, producing ethically raised animals.
We are a family business and have a diverse farming operation using permaculture methods to create an ethical and sustainable farming operation. We grow lucerne and also have an aquaculture facility growing Barramundi, Murray Cod and Jade Perch fish. We also have a chicken farm housing our chickens outside in the grass and move them around our farm in "chicken caravans" on a rotational system.
Farming, Animals & Conservation