棉花收获s across Queensland and New South Wales
The thriving Australian cotton industry employs more than 12,000 people in a wide range of roles and, in an average year, our Aussie cotton growers produce enough of the crop to clothe 500 million people. The majority of our cotton farms are located in the inland regions of NewSouth Wales and southern Queensland, and almost 90% of Australian cotton businesses are family-owned farms. Agri Labour Australia has now been partnering with Aussie cotton farmers and gins for more than a decade, and in that period of time we’ve proudly placed more than 1,500候选人在这些国家的棉花收获工作中 - 主要是繁华的棉花杜松子酒。
The Australian cotton season
Australia’s busy cotton season typically lasts for around 6 months, starting in approximately三月四月and ending inSeptember/October– the exact start and end dates of the season depend greatly on a variety of factors in both the region and the rainfall. With that in mind, here’s a general overview of what a cotton crop harvest looks like.
November:Cotton crops begin to bud.
12月:Cotton buds start to flower.
January:Peak flowering period, with cotton bolls starting to develop.
四月：采摘和棉花杜松胶在全面旋转 - 将棉纤维与其中内的种子分开。
May-August:Cotton stalks are now slashed.
Throughout the cotton season, a diverse range of short-term and casual harvest jobs are available both on the farm and in the cotton gin – with the majority of the roles we place being in the cotton gin itself. Each and every cotton harvest season we place candidates in a wide variety of crucial jobs, including:
Casual farm positions
Casual gin positions
When you’ve taken on a role within a cotton harvest, the job is at times very intense – there’s a huge amount of work to be done, and there are always associated time pressures. While the hours can be reasonably long and the work extremely busy,cotton-harvest jobscan also be a highly rewarding employment option, with many roles offering terrific pay rates and permanent work opportunities to high-performing and appropriately skilled staff.Given the extreme volume of work, cotton gins will typically work using a standardised roster – for example with staff working 6 days on, 2 days off, with 12-hour shifts, and this roster will continue uninterrupted until the cotton season ends. If this sounds like a role you might be interested in, you can register your interest in the upcoming cotton season by clicking on the link below.
Think the cotton industry could be the right opportunity for you? Here’s what you need to know about working in the cotton harvest
If you’re considering applying for a cotton harvest job, it’s crucial to understand what exactly cotton is and how it’s used across the world.
As a natural fibre that grows on a shrub, cotton is a multi-use food and fibre crop with a plant that’s a leafy, green shrub. Almost all parts of the cotton plant are used in some way, including the lint, cottonseed, linters, stalks and seed hulls. Cotton’s a soft, absorbent and breathable natural fibre that’s most often spun into yarn or thread.
Australian cotton has an outstanding global reputation, and is ideally suited to colour application processes as it offers crisp, white lint, low breakages and stoppages, good efficiency and excellent uniformity of yarn.
每年有足够的降雨量，可以种植超过500,000公顷的棉花 - 导致生产超过400万包棉花。澳大利亚虽然澳大利亚占世界棉花的3％左右，它是美国和印度之后的第三大棉花出口国。