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Idaho Department of Labor Farm Workers in Parma, Idaho

This job was posted by https://idahoworks.gov : For more information, please see: https://idahoworks.gov/ada/r/jobs/1487777 &&Dates of Need: 8/5/2021-10/20/2021. This position requires 3 months general farm labor and a 60 pound lifting requirement. Workers with a valid drivers license and that are insurable may drive vehicles to transport crop, equipment and workers. All other duties assigned under this order will be those duties of Farm Worker and Laborers, Crop, Nursery and Greenhouse, under the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics Standard Occupational Classification Code 45-2092. The anticipated hours listed represent the normal work schedule. Due to the nature of these crops, weather, and the requirement to send crops to customers when needed, it is the prevailing practice to work more or different hours than those listed. When the number of hours for a week exceeds the number listed, the worker may be offered, but not required, to work more hours. Saturday work may be required. Employer-paid drug test is required if a worker has an accident at work. Full Growing Season Commitment The job offered requires that the worker be available for work every day that work is available for the full period of employment. The worker agrees to be available for work and perform the assigned work for the assigned employer whenever work is available through the full period of employment. &General Job Specifications:&&1.Must be able to perform all duties within this job description in what can be considered a safe manner adhering to all established farm safety guidelines, practices and&&procedures.&&2.Must wear all required and assigned personal protective equipment always when required to do so. Employee must wear proper clothing and footwear depending on&&the season. All footwear must be closed-toe due to safety precautions.&&3.The employer or designated employee will provide instructions and general supervision. Employees will be expected to conform to the specific instructions given for&&each day?s work.&&4.Employees will be required to attend an orientation on workplace rules, policies and safety information.&&5.All work sites covered by this clearance order and all facilities of the employer are drug free workplaces. Employees must not report for work, enter employers'&&property, or perform service while under the influence of or having used illegal controlled substances. Employees must not report for work or perform service while&&under the influence of or impaired by prescription drugs, medications, alcohol or other substances that may in any way adversely affect their alertness, coordination,&&reaction response or safety.&&6.No non-employees will be permitted in or adjacent to the work site. In particular, no children may be present at or adjacent to work sites or left in vehicles during the&&workday. Employees arriving at work with non-working children or other non-employees will be sent home.&&7.Employees who are eligible for employer-provided housing will have employer arranged transportation from the housing to the worksite.&&&&Drip Irrigation: Workers will roll out and/or roll up drip hose to hop plants in rows or take from field for end of season storage. They will inspect, monitor, and repair drip system daily.&&Other Irrigation Duties: Repairing and maintaining pivot drop hoses, laying out and picking up 3" hand lines, replacing nozzles and sprinklers on hand lines and pivot drop hoses, laying out and&&collecting siphon tubes&&Remove weeds from all crops using a shovel, hoe or hands.&&Hops&&Twining/Stringing Hops: Attaching string (twine) between trellis and the ground. Driving the stringing cart (tractor) while other workers tie twine. Workers may ride on farm implement cart, approximately&&18 feet above the ground, hand tying twine to trellis. Use tool to place metal clip in the ground. Affixing string to ground. Workers will fill water tank with hop twine to make twine damp. Workers will fix&&any strings that come loose or need repair.&&Training Hops: As the hops grow, wrap any bine that has not grabbed on to the twine. Hop bines are delicate and care must be taken when performing this task. Build and repair hop trellis. Dig and&&repair ground. Place new poles or remove broken or damaged poles.&&Ensure all poles are vertically straight and tamped into place. Stretch cable and attach clamps. Planting potted hop plants in hop fields. Pick up downed hop vines -when strong winds come along and&&blow mature hop plants off the vine, get the hops back up the trellis&&&&Field work begins at assigned time shortly after daylight. Work may be performed during rain, light snow, cold, freezing temperatures&&and/or in high humidity and in temperatures over a 100 degrees F. Worker may be required to work in fields when crops are wet with&&dew/rain and should have suitable clothing for variable weather conditions.&&Full Growing Season Commitment: The job offered requires that the worker be available for work every day that work is available for&&the full period of employment. The worker agrees to be available for work and perform the assigned work for the assigned employer&&whenever work is available through the full period of employment.&&Training: There will be a demonstration period to familiarize workers with job specification and to d