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We require up to 50 staff to work for 2.5 weeks on a Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday.

Shifts will be scheduled from 4.50am/5.20am with most shifts ending at 8:00pm. However some of our shifts will finish later between 10pm-11.30pm. Security staff will be on site between the hours of 4.30am and 7am and after 7pm in the evening.

There will be 2 shift times for staff to choose from the shift lengths will be approximately 7.25-7.5 hours in duration (less a 30 minute unpaid break). Staff will also have the option to work after 8pm if they are available or additional staff will be recruited to work the extended hours - through to 10/11.30pm.

The role requires successful applicants to record information relating to usage and volume of a pedestrian traffic at different locations in the Auckland Region. Each day during the field work time frame staff will be working at a different location will all initial shifts starting in south Auckland.

For accuracy it is essential that people who apply MUST:

  • Be punctual and have excellent time management skills
  • Be reliable
  • Be able to follow instructions
  • Have good attention to detail.
  • Have excellent vision as some of the intersections monitored cover a large land area and the areas can also become quite congested during peak travel times.
  • Be prepared to travel to their assigned location – access to a private vehicle is essential for morning shifts and shifts finishing after 8pm.

IMPORTANT we must have continuous count data which means no one can leave their assigned location until a reliever supervisor or the next team member arrives on site to take over. Please take this into consideration before applying.

The pay Rate is $20 per hour plus a travel allowance (varies depending on location).

To register your interest and receive a link to the job brief and application form please email michael@gravitas.co.nz.  We will not accept any phone applications for this position.

We will happily answer any queries via email.

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Hop work in Motueka

When looking for work in Motueka, there are a lot of options to choose from. Depending on when you arrive you can find a job in the orchards around the town center. They are plenty.

The orchards grow kiwifruit, apples, cherries, blueberries and other crops that provide work from end of winter until the late autumn months.

 

From the end of September until half of November I worked for Mac hops. I did mainly propagation work and some planting. Lucky for me because the spring was very wet and propagation happens inside. Which meant that during rainy days I could still work. Every day we would start at 7.30 am.  Hop stems would be cut up and dipped in a rooting hormone. Then the individual stems would be planted into individual pots and cared for in the greenhouse. Those little plants, in 2 – 3 years, would then be planted out on the field. Whenever an old plant had died or did not produce enough buds, they would get replaced.

We worked with 10 people propagating and another 15 people outside, training.

During 2 weeks, in the afternoon only, half of the team would be thinning on the farms small block of kiwifruit. This was also paid hourly. There was never a day you would be bored on the job because in one day you could expect to do 3 different things.

Mac hops is a family owned farm that has been growing hops for 2 generations now.

Owners Brent and Owen share the management of the farm. Never have I met such a hard-working duo. You often find them in the shed when you arrive at 7.30 am and they will stay late to work long after you have gone. Which is understandable since the farm has just expanded with a new plot in Mapua.

Brent and Owen grow hops for Mac’s New Zealand brewery, famous for its craft beers. One of them the Hoprocker. The biggest workloads on the farm are during the spring and late summer. In October, the hops need to be trained, which is contract work. You can expect the training period to last at least 3 weeks. I did propagation which is paid $16 per hour + %8 vacation pay. Another job is planting which is also paid hourly. Then the harvest happens around the end of March. You can expect to do different jobs since there are many other tasks on the farm. For example, weeding the glass house, potting plants and sweeping the shed. 

There is staff accommodation available. For $100 per week you get a room with a shared kitchen and bathroom. If you plan to camp, it costs only $50.

Mac hops

91 Poole street

Motueka

South Island

Google maps:

https://www.google.co.nz/maps/place/91+Poole+St,+Motueka+7120/@-41.1078352,172.9972745,18z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x6d3b8729db2a0919:0xcd738be9b12e01bf!8m2!3d-41.1079444!4d173.0003805?hl=nl 

Kind regards,

Jozefien Nuyttens,
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by Jozefien Nuyttens
16/05/2017 9:31:33 p.m.

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