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|Title||Harvest Cellar Intern|
|Employer||Irvine and Roberts Vineyards|
|Employment Location||Ashland, Oregon|
|Company Description||Irvine and Roberts Vineyards is a focused producer of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the scenic Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. We proudly craft all our wines with estate grown fruit from our carefully farmed family vineyard located just outside Ashland. Our winery is a thoughtfully designed modern facility with all new equipment and managed by a small team of dedicated winemakers.|
|Pay Scale||$13-$15 DOE|
|Employment Start Date||August 15th|
|Employment End Date||Mid-November|
|Job Description|| Do you have endurance? Initiative? Humor? A passionate (perhaps masochistic) love for sanitation? We are currently looking for a few industrious people to join our small team to participate in all aspects of our winemaking, from fruit sampling to barreling down. Previous harvest experience, wine related education and forklift proficiency are preferred qualities, but team-oriented and highly motivated individuals with a desire to learn will certainly be considered. The work is very physical, requiring the repeated lifting of as much as 50 pounds. Be prepared for the long hours and weekend shifts that come with harvest. In return for your dedication, we provide competitive wages, accommodation, great music, and unlimited coffee. Approximate start date is August 15th, and the end date will be around mid-November, depending on the length and timing of the harvest. |
We welcome international interns to apply. Please be proficient in English and be able to obtain a work visa.
|Contact Info|| To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references to: email@example.com.|
We look forward to hearing from you.
|Contact Address||1614 Emigrant Creek Road, Ashland, OR 97520|
|Other Information||If you have never been to Southern Oregon, we invite you to discover its many hidden treasures. The Rogue River is a coveted cycling, fishing, hiking, running and rafting destination. The mountains around the Rogue Valley are full of lakes and trails where you can camp, trek, kayak, or just sit on a rope bridge playing your banjo to passing canoes. Ashland is also an exceptional little town, with great a food & drink culture and an excellent music and arts scene.|
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