VENJobs

Welcome 'Guest' to the Department of Viticulture & Enology Employment Bulletin Board

New Job Listings provided by the industry will be posted here for our students and alumni to view.


Return to Main List

Title Harvest Grape Sampler
Employer Joel Gott Wines
Employment Location North Coast & Central Coast
Company Description Joel Gott Wines is hiring two harvest grape samplers to assist in monitoring our vineyards in the Central Coast and North Coast. The Central Coast position is based in San Luis Obispo and includes vineyards as far South as Santa Barbara County and as far North as Monterey County. This North Coast position is based in St. Helena and includes vineyards from Lake County to Napa County. We are looking for motivated team members who are looking to gain further knowledge of the wine industry with a hands-on experience alongside a fun and hardworking team!
Type Seasonal F/T
Pay Scale DOE
Employment Start Date July
Employment End Date October
Job Description RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Collect vineyard samples and viticulture data
•Collect and report crop estimates
•Assess maturity and vine development and record field observations
•Manage personal sampling schedule and coordinate daily route to ensure timely results
•Assist lab team in processing juice samples for analysis and tasting
•Data entry of sample results and field notes
•Assist grower relations team with compiling and filing seasonal viticulture notes
Contact Info Please submit resume and cover letter to ali@gottwines.com
Contact Address PO Box 539, St Helena, CA 94574
Contact Phone 707-963-3365
Contact E-mail ali@gottwines.com
Contact Website http://gottwines.com
Other Information REQUIREMENTS:
•Viticulture coursework or previous harvest experience
•Hard working, ability to follow written and verbal instructions
•Ability to work long hours, weekends
•Extensive walking and ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs
•Exposure to outside elements and physical work (lifting, bending, climbing, squatting)
•Valid CA driver’s license and clean DMV report required

Return to Main List

Supplemental content