The Warrnambool abattoir, VIC, 3280
The Midfield Group is hiring. Can work immediately as long as finishing induction and having QFever done.
-the ONLY company WITHOUT any deposit, directly get paid every Thursday
-2 BIG BONUSES for those who work for 3 months or 6 months
-QFever fee can be refunded (conditions apply)
-Free knife-sharpening service
-Free professional nutrition advice
Jobs: Slicer,Boner,Machine Operators,cleaner,Loadout Labour ,Packer Etc.
Hourly rate: $24.8~$37 (+9.5% superannuation) Level depends on the position.
Employees will be assessed every week to get higher level sooner.
4-5 Days/week, approx. 30-40hrs/w.
For the OT rate.1.5*FULTIME RATE at the same level .
Accommodation: NO ACCOMMODATION FEE before commencing work. After that, we can help with looking for rooms for workers ($ per person per week, including bills)
Any visa holders with unlimited work right and physically in good condition (ps: 417 &462Visa Holders eligible for 2nd&3rd visa)
Q-Fever needed. (Can finish by yourselves or we can help after arrival)
How to come:
1.Drive on your own.
2.From Melbourne southern cross station to Warrnambol station by VLine train.
(Text preferred, please inform us where you received the ads)
Postcode: 3280 (Warrnambool, Victoria)
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The Midfield Group
Member since: September 2020
The Midfield Group is one of Australia’s most successful meat processing companies. It is 100 per cent Australian owned and operated by the McKenna family.
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