Harvest supervisor
Please take note, due to Covid-19 and the measures we have taken to help slow the spread, you will need to show proof of the time you have been in Tasmania.
Also please provide your employment history for the past month, this will help ensure the safety of our team when inducting new workers.
It is highly recommended that you only apply for work if you are committed to a term longer than 4 weeks and serious about the current situation, we will not accept people moving between jobs as this poses a higher risk to our staff.

All workers must have a Tax File Number and also have a valid visa to work in Australia, if you are visiting Australia from overseas.


The successful applicant will be responsible for the supervision of the harvest crew.

Applicants must have their own transport and hold a current driver's licence.
They must be positive and approachable and able to fit in with a flexible work schedule.
They will need a good base level of computer literacy.
Physically fitness is important as well as self-motivation.
Good time management and organisational skills are also important.

Christmas Hills - 9 Christmas Hills Road Elizabeth Town Tasmania
Exton - 280 Exton Road Exton Tasmania

selected applicant will be sent an email to arrange an interview within a week of their application.


For any enquiries, please contact admin@tasmanianberries.com.au
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