Vintage Cellar Hands
Company: Yealands Wine Group
Uploaded: 16 August 2019
Closes: 16 November 2019
Looking to join an award-winning and passionate winemaking team for vintage 2020?
Yealands is currently looking for hard working Cellar Hands who are as excited about exceptionally produced, sustainable wines, as we are.
At only 11 years old, Yealands is a tight-knit team that has quickly become a global leader in sustainable wine production, focusing on key cool climate varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Riesling, now exporting to over 80 countries.
We are looking for awesome people with:
- Fantastic communication skills
- Positive and collaborative attitude
- Strong initiative and self-motivation
- Ability to multi-task
- Performs well in a high-pressure environment
- A team player with a good sense of humour (and the ability to put up with ours!)
Previous winery experience is preferred, but if you are not afraid of long hours, we’d still love to hear from you.
The successful applicants would be expected to start mid-March for a period of 6-8 weeks. During the peak harvest period 12-hour shifts, six days a week is to be expected.
Non NZ citizens will need to be eligible for a New Zealand work visa.
As well as a stunning place to work, we’ll provide:
- Competitive pay
- Subsidised Accommodation
- Transport to and from the winery
- A fun, friendly environment
Keen? Get in touch – we can’t wait to have you for vintage 2020!
Please include a full CV and 2 references with your application.
All successful applicants will be required to undergo a drug test prior to starting work.
Only people eligible to work in this country should apply for this position. Please provide evidence of your work visa or citizenship.
- For information about working in New Zealand, visit the Immigration Department website: www.immigration.govt.nz
- For information about New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department (for tax purposes and getting tax numbers etc), visit www.ird.govt.nz
- For information about the Marlborough wine region, click here.
- Jobseekers should be aware that the start and finish dates of harvest work employment may change from those suggested by wineries at the time of your job offer. Vintage dates can not accurately be predicted.
It is therefore important that you understand that depending on your employment arrangements with the employer there may be a period of time where you have no work or less work than you were expecting, and should have sufficient financial arrangements in place should this occur. Your actual start and finish dates may vary - if you have queries around this, check with your winery employer before booking airline tickets etc.