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SUNLIGHT RANCH COMPANY General Farm worker in WYOLA, Montana

Temporary seasonal need for 3 workers from 03/01/2024- 11/01/2024 Perform manual labor and operate equipment to participate in the planting, cultivating, growing, irrigating, harvesting, and storing of crops. Repair and maintain farm fields, irrigation canals and irrigation equipment. Repair and maintain farm tractors, implements, and machinery. Repair and maintain fences, buildings and other farm structures. Plant, grow, cultivate, harvest, and store crops. Repair and maintain farm vehicles, implements, and mechanical equipment. Set up, repair and maintain, and operate irrigation equipment. Operate tractors, tractor-drawn machinery, and self-propelled machinery to plow, harrow and fertilize soil, or to plant, cultivate, spray and harvest crops. Load agricultural products into trucks, and drive trucks to market or storage facilities. Clean work areas, and maintain grounds and landscaping. Repair farm buildings, fences, and other structures. 3 mos. experience required. Must be able to lift 100 lbs. Workers must be able to obtain a class D driver's license within 60 days of being hired. Commercial License for Driving large semi-tractors on the ranch is preferred, but not necessary. The worker assigned to the Game Farm worksite position, has the potential to develop into a supervisory position. worker would supervise up to 2 additional employees. Supervising duties would include lining out daily activities of the 2 workers. Drug/Alcohol Testing Program. Under the Drug/Alcohol Testing program, the company will test for the illegal use of drugs listed in the Controlled Substances Act, 21 U.S.C. 812 (1970, Updated Annually), or their metabolites, including but not limited to the following substances: In view of the statutorily established basic function of the Employment Service (ES) as a no-fee labor exchange that is as a forum for bringing together employers and job seekers, neither the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) nor the State Workforce Agencies (SWA) are guarantors of the accuracy or truthfulness of information contained on job orders submitted by employers. Nor does any job order accepted or recruited upon by the ES constitute a contractual job offer to which the ETA or a SWA is in any way a party.