Cellar Worker/Wine Maker Assistant

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San Luis Obispo County wine company looking for someone to assist in the cellar. The candidate would work side-by-side with the winemaker. The job is seasonal and will likely last 3 months (early August until early November, 2014). The job would require working 4-6 days a week with a starting pay of $10/hr (can go up based on experience) Overtime pay included. Outside the peak harvest period, work may be reduced to approximately 4 days a week. Candidates must be motivated, dependable and have a clean driving record. Bilingual is a plus. This is a physical position with lots of bending, stooping, lifting (nothing over 50lbs) and ascend/descend ladders.
Job Details:
Fruit processing, cap management (punchdown/pumpovers), fermentation monitoring, cleaning, barrel work, inoculations.
Passion for wine and a desire to have a career in winemaking
Coursework in enology and viticulture
Some previous cellar work, ideally at least one vintage
Strong work ethic and a positive attitude
Physical stamina to complete cellar tasks
Ability to work long and variable hours
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