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Published on Apr 13 2024

Farmworkers And Laborers, Crops

$16.32  per hour
Visa required: H-2A
From May 3, 2024 to Nov 20, 2024


51040 West Valley Road
Aguila, AZ 85320
United States

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Job description

Tractor: Drive and control farm equipment to till, plant, cultivate, mow, and harvest crops. Many operations such as maintenance and or repair require good physical ability and knowledge. Workers may ride equipment such as irrigation tape injectors and or plastic mulch laying equipment.

Other job duties include: Harvest trailers, loading and unloading of seed, plants, materials and chemicals by hand or forklifts. Adjust, maintain, and service farm machinery and notify supervisors when machinery malfunctions. Observe and listen to machinery operation to detect equipment malfunctions. Multiple daily inspections of equipment or facilities to determine safety, condition, and maintenance needs. Lay irrigation tape, burn, spray, pull, build and maintain ditches by hand, tractor, and loader. Furrow irrigation preparation and maintenance of head and tail ditches, such as rowbuck, blade, and hand operated shovel when necessary. Mixing of specified materials or chemicals, and dump solutions, powders, bottles, buckets, water soluble packets, and seed into planter, sprayer, or mixing equipment. Prepare materials or solutions for application, utilization of supplied personal protection equipment per label instructions.

May operate or tend equipment used in agricultural production, such as tractors, trucks, irrigation pumps, loaders, forklifts, hand trucks, company vehicles, atv, trailers, man lifts, fuel tanks, water tanks, water trucks, chemical tank trailers, propane tank and harvest equipment. Manipulate controls, monitors, touch screens, to safely operate agricultural equipment. Operate equipment while observing and monitoring of workers riding equipment while transplanting, laying irrigation tubing, plastic mulch, burning and spraying ditches, planting, cultivating, tilling, pulling plastic mulch or tape. Load hoppers, totes, buckets, conveyors, augers to feed machines with products, using tractors, loaders, forklifts, transfer augers, belts, buckets, and shovels. Spray fertilizer or pesticide solutions to control insects, fungus, weed growth, and diseases by hand, pull type, and self-propelled sprayers. Attach farm implements such as plows, discs, cultivators, mowers, shredders, rippers, blades, etc, both pull type, link mounted, and power take off driven implements. Operate towed, integrated, or link mounted machines while planting, fertilizing, dusting, burning, and spraying crops. Walk beside or riding on machines while planting, tilling, harvesting or post-harvest cleaning of fields. Drive trucks to haul crops, supplies, tools, fuel, or farms workers within the farm.

Weigh containers, record weights, counts of seed, crops, containers, supplies, chemicals, products being applied, planted, hauled, stored, harvested and transferred. Record, report and turning information into supervisor. Must be able to read and execute written work orders, fill out information and return forms to supervisors per shift. All work is to be performed safely and in accordance to regulation, and company policies. Proper personal protection must always be worn. Work is conducted day and or night shifts.

Special Requirements

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