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STATION ALL ROUNDER

PARABURDOO WA

Remuneration: Competitive rate commensurate with experience

Job Type: Full Time

  • Fantastic Opportunity Awaits!

  • Remote Pilbara based cattle station

  • 4 weeks on / 1 week off - 7 month employment contract

 

Start Date: March 2021

Job Description: A position exists for an All Rounder to commence with our client in March on their remotely based cattle station and tourism facility in the West Australian Pilbara region.

  • Duties will include working in all aspects of the station stay facility including office / reception, housekeeping, general maintenance, gardening, cooking, cleaning, serving and waiting in the café.

  • Applicants should hold or be willing to acquire a first aid certificate, basic food safety and RSA, manual licence, knowledge of basic electrical and plumbing systems and be able to work with mechanical equipment and power tools will be an advantage.

  • Those with any tourism or hospitality experience will be viewed favourably.

  • The busy campgrounds, accommodation, café and facilities will keep you on your toes!

  • The successful candidate will be hands-on with an enthusiastic, energetic and friendly disposition who is hardworking and open to diverse opportunities.

  • The Pilbara region can be quite hot early and late in the season, therefore the importance of being able to work in hot environments for extended periods will be essential.

This live-in, on site position is full time for seven-months. The roster is 4 weeks on, 1 week off.

Put your CV together with at least 2 reference contacts, and send it via the apply now button.

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