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Sydney Meat Processing Jobs. Am Shift! Hourly Pay From $ 24.8 Suitable For 408 Visa

Task Labour Australia wetherill park, Sydney

Job Description

Job Description
There is an exciting opportunity at the meat work in Wetherill Park, NSW. We are seeking a passionate and energetic individual who is committed to providing an effective professional service.

Full training will be provided for the right candidate.

job Responsibilities:
General Labours
Knife hand position
Cleaning Work
Packing Meat and Meat Products
Chiller Room Operators
Warehouse and Loading Operators
Other Production/Process Line workers

Job Type:
Causal -ongoing

Where?
Wetherill Park in NSW

What is in it for you?
All uniform and PPE Provided
On-the-job Training
Starting at $24.80/hour (Level 1)
Candidates with 3 months of meat works experience start at $26
Pay rate increases with skill and experience.
suitable for 408 visa

To be successful, you must meet the following requirements:
Australian Citizen/Permanent Residency/Full Working Rights and live in Australia are essential
able to pay and pass a Pre-employment medical check
have a driver license and own reliable transportation for work
Ability to work under pressure in a high volume, fast-paced environment
Proactive attitude to safety
Guaranteed commitment to shift times
being flexible and punctual
At least 3 months with adequate attendance records
Can work independently and in a team with a positive attitude

Recruiter Una

Postcode: 2164 (wetherill park, Sydney)

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Member since: July 2020

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation