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Kelly Services Mt Wellington / Auckland Other Paid position(Know your rights) $18.75 Good attitude, reliable

Looking for a hands on role? Not afraid of heavy lifting?

Then this is the role for you! You will be working in an exciting fast paced warehouse. You will be working for a world famous brand that has amazing staff benefits and know how to treat their staff.

What’s in it for you?

Fun, friendly team atmosphere
Get fit while getting paid
Full training provided
Great staff benefits – Free drinks, free food shouts, thousands of dollars spent on Prezzy cards each month for staff, great bonus scheme
Listen to music while you work
Mon-Fri, days/night shifts available, 5pm-5am, 5am-5pm
In this role you would be part of a tight knit team, who work hard but also know how to have a laugh. You will be a part of a team who ensures the timely and accurate delivery of thousands of orders every day. The products you will be picking quite literally touch millions of people every day.

Suitable candidates will need:

A positive, friendly attitude
Great work ethic and reliability
The ability to pass a drug test at any time
Own transport due to shift times
To be able to lift up to 25kg continuously – must be physically fit & very strong.

This is a great opportunity and won’t last long so apply now!

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