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Stocktaker (Rotorua)

Kelly Services Rotorua City Centre / Bay of Plenty Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights) $17.70 per hour Experience not necessary

✦ Rotorua city centre location
✦ 1-day job on Thursday, 24 October 2019
✦ Temporary casual position

We have a temporary role based at a thriving multi-national retail company that could be for you!

For this role, you will be responsible for counting items, collecting data/information and organizing products. You may have previous experience in a similar environment or be eager to learn. Our ideal applicant will be reliable, driven and have high attention to detail. Accuracy and precision is crucial to the success of this position.

If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!

We welcome applications from students and backpackers who are eligible to work in New Zealand.

Shift time:

✦ 5:30pm-10:30pm (estimated finish time)

Responsibilities:

▪ Inventory control
▪ Stock take management and scheduling
▪ Overseeing the storage of products
▪ Gather, store and report information
▪ Management of inventory records

Requirements:

▪ Have reliable transport
▪ Eligible to work in NZ – Valid visa, residency, or citizenship
▪ Accuracy and attention to detail

To apply, please email your CV to: heaven_yoo@kellyservices.co.nz (with the subject line: Rotorua Stocktake)

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