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Published on Jun 25 2022

Field Harvest Worker

$16.54  per hour
Visa required: H-2A
From Jul 24, 2022 to Apr 15, 2023


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JBR Gourmet Foods, Inc

Also known as: San Francisco Bay Coffee Company

87-3564 Hawaii Belt Rd
Captain Cook, HI 96704
United States

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Job description

Pick ripe coffee cherries in the areas indicated by the farm administration. Must harvest an average of 25lbs/hr during harvest with less than 4% unripe cherries. Work with the tools and equipment the company provides and follow the company standards such as collecting the cherries that have fallen from the tree and taking care not to break the tree branches. Walk, crawl, kneel, squat and sit in between rows of crops, outdoors in the sun and potential extreme temperatures in order to reach ripe cherries. Collect and carry bales, bundles, containers and/or sacks averaging between 50 to 100 lbs. on uneven, inclined terrain. Properly move harvested crop to collection points or loading bays; must walk up and down inclines with weights averaging 50 to 100 lbs. throughout the shift. Keep surroundings clean; may include gathering scattered and dry leaves, stems, spoiled crops, etc. for disposal. Be responsible for plant care and use time wisely to reach daily goals. Exposure to extreme temp, repetitive movements, extensive pushing, pulling walking and frequent stooping <div>Ability to harvest the crops and be enthusiastic about crop management. Should be environmentally and nature friendly. Ability to maintain a strict working schedule; be on time and ready to work for scheduled company transportation. Must be clean and hygienic including washing hands after using the restroom. Ability to work with little or no supervision. Knowledge of crop handling and maintenance.</div> Must be able to lift and carry 100 lbs frequently

Special Requirements

Verifiable Experience in coffee harvest field work

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