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Seasonal factory staff needed!

Canstaff Waitaki / Otago Other Paid position(Know your rights)

Do you have excellent organisational, planning, communication and interpersonal skills? Do you want to work for an innovative company processing products worldwide with an organisation with opportunities for career progression?

Our client produces primarily for export through a number of distribution channels, however their value added products are becoming increasingly popular as consumers look to meet their health and lifestyle requirements.

Due to expansion and the building of a brand new plant we are seeking seasonal operators to join our clients growing team. As an operator you will assist in the production of commodities within the factory.

You will be responsible for but not limited to:
Loading of ingredients onto conveyors
Dealing with ingredient and product damages
Dealing with waste
Maintaining accurate stock transactions
Maximising production up time
Tipping ingredients according to strict recipe structure
De-outing packages and accurately re-labelling
Product packing
Sampling and testing
Cleaning
This role is designed as a versatile entry level role, and you will assist in other production plants also. Please note that this position involves shift work on a 24/7 roster.

Our client is a fast paced, energetic and progressive organisation that offers training, good working conditions, competitive wages and endless career opportunities!

Sound like you? Apply online now.

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