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Watermelon Picking

Wentworth Club Motel Wentworth, New South Wales

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

Watermelon Pickers wanted
Pickers needed to start the first week in December
Must be mature, aged between 23 and 34 years of age.
Pickers will need to be Fit, healthy and strong. Practice good hygiene and work as part of a team, each giving 100% which is essential. Non smokers preferred.
Must be happy to work outdoors and adjust well to extreme weather conditions.
You will be paid hourly based on the Horticultural award rates starting at $24.36 per hour + superannuation. Approx 40+ hours p/week. All days go towards 2nd & 3rd year WHV, pay slips weekly.
Job duration through to March/April depending on seasonal conditions.
A bonus is achievable for the right candidates, dependant on your work ethic and how efficiently you contribute to your team and farm.
Accommodation is available! Starting from $140 to $170 per week plus $100 bond depending on your duration of stay and the type of accommodation you are looking for. Workers can stay at one of our 2 accommodation sites. A commitment to the duration of the season is desired however If the job doesn't suit you in the first week you can leave without notice, and your bond will be returned.
All our accommodation sites are in the heart of Wentworth NSW 2648, close to all essentials. Shops, chemist, post office and the picturesque Darling River all within a 5 minute walk from accommodation.
Transport is provided at a small cost of $5 per day if required.
Please send CV addressed to Sheree if this rewarding opportunity is of interest to you.

Postcode: 2648 (Wentworth, New South Wales)

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Wentworth Club Motel

Member since: December 2017

Description:
Wentworth Club Motel. Located in the heart of Wentworth, NSW.

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation