STRONG AND RELIABLE AND HARD WORKING BOYS REQUIRED FOR STRIPPING WORK JOB STARTING ON 17th MAY. JOB IS ON CONTRACT PIECE RATE BUT MINIMUM WAGE IS GUARANTEED. APPLY ONLY IF YOU CAN COMMIT FOR AT LEAST 3 MONTHS.
We at Ace Viticulture Ltd are in to vineyardineyard management & contracting and have our contracts with leading wine comapnies in New Zealand.
Ace Viticulture Ltd is Bleinheim based company and at present we are having on going Work in Marlborough . We have hourly jobs as well as contract rate jobs Hourly jobs are paid at the rate of $ 14.85 gross inclussive of 8% holiday pay depending on the type of job and the place of work.Contract job ( Piece rate )are paid as per the work to be carried out.When the jobs are on piece rates ( contract rates you will be paid only for the number of plant worked on and not for hours spent on the vineyard. The piece rates are inclussive of 8 % holiday pay .Minimum wage rate does apply.
Supervisors will be paid $19.00 per hour inclusive 8% Holiday pay Applicant should have multi lingual skills and should be fluent in English. Should have at least 1.5 years experiance in supervision and should be well aware of Health & Safety and Hazard management.
Fully furnished Accomodation with all the aminities at $ 130.00 per week per person and transport( pick up to work and back home after work ) will be provided at $ 5.50 per person per day. own transport prefered. We require hard working and energetic men and women to join our team to carry out work on our vineyards through out the year.
Experience is not necessary for the position of casual vineyard worker. Experience in vineyard work and multilingual skills are essential for the post of supervisor.
Immediate start for casual worker as well as supervisor.
We are equal opportunity employers. We assure you good wage rates and excellent jobs in the most safest and friendly work enviroment to keep you busy throught the year.
Applicants with proper Work Permits / Holiday Working Visa can start immediately .
So why work for some one else call on us and join our growing team and get rewarded for your hard work.
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Some people born with the gift to sale "ice to Eskimos" and some need a bit more practice. Usually the best drive to improve comes from the "hunger" for money. When you work on commission it means: "the more you sale, the more you earn", simple as that.
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From my experience it can be a rough job but also fun and very profitable.