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Each year Seeka needs 3,000 seasonal kiwifruit workers. Our short-term jobs usually start around March and finish around mid-June. There are also opportunities for reliable seasonal workers to continue working until November. We need dedicated and reliable people who are prepared to work any day of the week. Packhouse work can seem daunting at first; it doesn’t slow down until the end but those who hang in there have a lot of fun along the way, have the opportunity to earn some good money in a short space of time and make new friends.

We are committed to providing a safe work environment, whether it's on the orchard or in the packhouse. We have a strict cleaning protocols and operating processes in place to keep our business safe for all employees.  

Seeka will be recruiting for seasonal work opportunities soon, get to the front of the queue and register your interest today

With sites in Northland, Coromandel and Bay of Plenty, we're always on the lookout for talented and committed people to join our team.

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Our values

Behaviours we live individually and collectively everyday:

Founded on relationships - Strong mutually beneficial relationships, from grower partnerships to our community of consumers. Excelling at working together.

Quality obsession - A high performance culture that thrives on going the extra mile. Passionate, disciplined and professional.

Inspirational people - We are nothing without the talents of our people. Authentic, skilled and curious - earning respect through our actions.

Growing futures - Intelligent growth and commercial nous underpins our shared prosperity. We embrace and care for our environment, those contributing to the journey and the communities where we operate.

Independently ingenious - We actively encourage inquiring minds and innovative thinking to create value and grow. We take up the challenges and opportunities that come our way.

Safety always - We share the responsibility for creating a safety culture where personal risk taking or exposure has zero tolerance. A heightened sensitivity to protecting the health of the land and its people, identifying potential risk situations and taking corrective actions. Nothing is more important than the personal safety of all engaged with us - nothing!

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