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New Zealand is an island country in the Southwest Pacific Ocean. In addition to her two main landmasses, the North Island and South Island, she is made up of more than 700 modest islands. With an area of 268,021 square kilometers (103,500 square miles), she is the sixth largest island nation by region. New Zealand is about 2,000 kilometers (1,200 miles) east of Australia across the Tasman Sea and 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) south of the islands of New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga. The country’s varied geography and sharp peaks, including the Southern Alps, rely heavily on tectonic influences and volcanic eruptions. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington and the busiest city is Auckland.
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New Zealand is a created nation, deeply positioned in the global context of public enforcement, including individual well-being, education, the security of shared freedoms, government simplicity and economic opportunity. New Zealand underwent major financial reforms in the 1980s, transforming itself from a protectionist economy into a streamlined trading economy. I was. Ancillary territories dominate the public economy, followed by modern territories and agriculture. The travel industry is also an important source of income globally. Broadly speaking, executive power resides in an elected unicameral Congress, with primary political power exercised by the Bureau, which is headed by the current Supreme Leader, Chris Hipkins. Charles III is above all and is addressed by the High Representative Chancellor. Additionally, in New Zealand, 11 provincial councils and his 67 regional experts are coordinated for the purposes of neighboring governments. The New Zealand domain also includes Tokelau (Dependent Territory). the Cook Islands and Niue (an autonomous state in free relations with New Zealand); and New Zealand’s regional case in Antarctica, Ross Reliance.
- Fruit Packer
- Vegetable Packer
- Box Packer
- Food Packer
- Meet Packer
These roles include operating crates, picking and shipping, and automated machinery at the Matamata facility. Working hours are generally 6:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. However, during the peak season from August to December, there is weekend work for those who want it.
- Basic salary is 1600-2200 yen per month.
- The company will provide food, lodging and medical expenses.
- Both airline tickets are provided by the company every two years and two months of vacation.
- If your performance improves, your salary will also increase.
- High school diploma
- Must have a valid driver’s license.
- Strong customer service skills required
- Exceptional interpersonal communication skills in English
Benefit of these Jobs
- Excellent salary package
- Over time
- Annual paid vacation with air ticket, bonus paid vacation
- Working hours are 8 hours a day
- After the first contract, you can apply for PR (permanent resident).
Work is done on Saturdays and Sundays, 8 hours each. The ideal is to work both days, but it is okay to work one day.
No experience or qualifications required. All you need is to be hardworking, physically fit and eligible to work in New Zealand!
What we Expect from you:
Successful applicants will have the following experience and attributes:
- Friendly, enthusiastic and positive
- A desire to learn and be trained in the profession
- Excellent spoken and written English
- Strong attention to detail and highly organized
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