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Hop Harvest - Tractor Drivers $27 Including Holiday Pay

Korere Hops Limited Tasman, Nelson

Job Description

HOP (BEER) HARVEST 2024 - Tractor drivers

The 2024 Hop Harvest is near, and we are seeking experienced Tractor Drivers to join the team.  The role of the tractor team is to cart the cut hops that fall into the specially built trailers from the field to the processing shed in a safe manner.  We require applicants to have previous experience on farm using a tractor in horticulture/viticulture/agriculture.

The farms are located within the beautiful Korere Valley & Tapawera region with a small grocery store and cafes and a 40 minute drive to Motueka or Richmond.

Date - 20 Feb for 4-6 weeks (must be available for the full duration of harvest)

Work days - 5/6 days on - 1/2 off

Hourly rate - $25 plus holiday pay

Location - Korere Valley & Tapawera (Tasman region, South Island)

Accommodation - fully self contained units available in a purpose built accommodation camp. Also space for vans/campervans with all kitchen/bathroom amenities available. Daily rate applies.

Free van transport from accommodation to the farm each shift.

Please get in touch to show your interest & find out more!

Postcode: 7072 (Tasman, Nelson)

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  This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.

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Korere Hops Limited

Member since: January 2022

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Description:
Hop farms in the sunny Tasman region producing NZ hop varieties to make beer.

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation