• Harvesting vegetables in the field

• Harvesting Brussels sprouts using a Brussels sprout picking machine


• Good motivation and willingness to deliver good work is required

• Work experience with this work is not required

• Being able to work well in a team • Being able to work independently, but also in a team

• In connection with the work, the candidate must be in good physical condition

• Willing to work in varying weather conditions

• Positive attitude and flexibility

Language skills:

• One of the languages below is required

• English • Polish • Dutch


• Working hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. including breaks • Sunday is a day off

• The Employer organizes free transport from accommodation to workplace Accommodation:

• Employer organizes housing for employees

• The housing is at the living unit located at the farm and fully furnished


costs per week: € 39,20 Number of people sharing 1 bedroom: 1 Accommodation facilities: • Individual bathroom • Double rooms are available • Internet available • Washing machine • Dryer • Fridge • TV • Bed linen

Health insurance:

The health insurance is arranged by the employer at Zilveren Kruis, the cost per week is € 27,37 Salary: The salary is according to the Dutch (CAO), payment per hour gross (21 years old or more) Gross salary per hour: € 10,92 Company description:

Our farm is located in the province of Flevoland in the Netherland and is specialized in growing and processing vegetables and also a dairy farm. The total area of the farm is approximately 510 ha, including 80 ha of beans and 200 ha of Brussels sprouts. Do you want to work with us? Please apply for the job. The employer will contact the selected candidates.

Job details
Work experience:
Work experience is not required
Language skills:
  • Dutch
  • Basic
  • English
  • Basic
  • Polish
  • Basic
Salary range:
Date of expiry:
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