- 4 week position. Get a great cash injection in a role that qualifies for approved industry work pursuant to the Second & Third Working Holiday (subclass 417) Visa requirements***
Looking to make a meaningful contribution to making the world a better place while also getting some extra can and qualifying to stay longer in Australia? If so then this is the ideal short term position for you!
We’ve begun a game changing project to plant 200,000 trees to establish a carbon sink native forest to transform an area in East Gippsland that was inappropriately cleared.
You’ll be part of a small team of people who will be involved in a range of duties including ground preparation, seed collection and planting, watering and irrigation, survival monitoring and reporting, weed and browser control, general farm maintenance (mowing, slashing, fence maintenance, etc.)
You’ll need to be comfortable living and working in a remote location – a beautiful spot in sub-Alpine Victoria. There is onsite accommodation available on terms to be discussed.
This is a perfect position for a couple, or two friends travelling together, who are self starters. Farm experience is a definite bonus. Ideally, but not essentially, you’ll have the relevant licenses and experience to operate farm vehicles (tractors, ATV, ride on mowers).
There is four weeks work, and pay is up to $25 per hour per person, inclusive of superannuation, depending on your skills and experience. The sooner you can start, the better.
Sound good? Then reach out today to tells us why you’re interested in this sort of work, and when you are available to start.
Postcode: 3896 (Bindi, Victoria)
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Carriage Range Pty Ltd
Member since: February 2020
We're strong believers in doing something about climate change and land management, and our pilot project at 245 Avonmore Road Bindi seeks to transform inappropriately cleared land into a native carbon sink forest that will deliver a greener, cleaner habitat for residents and local wildlife, while helping to restore native grasses and trees to the area. If you're someone who wants to work to make the world a better place, then we'd love to hear from you.
Farming, Animals & Conservation