Great opportunity for an individual! Close near Perth City!
Regional Labour Hire is currently seeking enthusiastic, hardworking, trustworthy nursery workers located in North Perth.
We are looking for someone with preferably nursery experience, love plants, good communication skills, trustworthy, able to work independently, team player and capable of lifting light to heavy plants.
Mondays till Fridays, 38 hours per week and hourly rate + Super.
This work is physically demanding and you will be working outdoors for long periods of time.
You’ll need to be able to drive a small tractor and a minimum commitment of 6 months is required.
If you are interested in this position and believe it is suitable to your skill set, please send your resume and motivation to
This job counts towards 2nd and 3rd Working Holiday Visa
Postcode: 6503 (Gingin, Perth)
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Regional Labour Hire
Member since: February 2020
Regional Labour Hire specialises in providing unskilled labour for job vacancies in Western Australia.
With offices in Gingin and Kununurra and a large portfolio of applicants, RLH can provide reliable people to get the job done efficiently and on time.
We can fill a vacancy anywhere in WA, regional or metropolitan, usually within 24 to 48 hours depending on your needs and take care of all pre-start inductions and safety training, leaving you with time to focus on your business.
Our labour division can provide workers for a range of sectors including logistics and warehousing, horticulture, agriculture, hospitality, mining, construction and distribution.
We match the right applicant with the right employer, provide the necessary inductions, safety training and protective equipment that allows workers to get straight on the job.
We are able to tailor our training program to meet special requirements and the workers we represent know w
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