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Category: Assistant Manager
Location: Waikato

The New Zealand Farmers Weekly

Assistant Manager

Assistant Manager

Aotearoa Trust requires a skilled Assistant Manager to join our team on our 1040ha station near Arohena that runs 2200 ewes along with approximately 1900 cattle and grows 100ha of maize.

• Excellent stockmanship
• Ability to learn pasture management to a high level
• Tractor driving including feeding out
• Farm maintenance
• Attention to detail
• Be organised with your time
• NZ residency
• Drug free

A tidy 3-bedroom house available with school buses at gate.

Salary $50,000 - $55,000 plus house.

Please apply with CV to:   

Date Posted: 2019-04-12


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