Coolibah Herbs is a wholly owned Australian Family Business supplying washed salad greens, mixed leaves and a variety of culinary herbs and vegetables to leading companies in the foodservice sector. We employ great people who share our passion to deliver the best possible, quality produce to all our customers. If you are looking for an opportunity to grow or start your career in the food industry, then this is the position for you. We are currently looking for multiple casual Processing Hand positions working in our Processing Plant.
Tasks & responsibilities
• Working on a production line packing salad
• Packing boxes and stacking pallets
• Measuring and weighing product
• Fast-paced working environment
• Some lifting may be required (6kg – 10kg crates)
Previous or Current experience
• Flexible with duties
• Motivated, reliable, hard-working and punctual
• Fit and ready for some physical duties
• Able to take direction
• Accurate and have great attention to detail
• Capable to work inside a chilled environment (3 – 6 degrees celsius)
• Continued operation through the Covid-19 pandemic as an essential service
• Regular shifts 4 – 5 days per week
• Possibility for permanent employment, for the right person
• No previous experience required
• Friendly team environment
• Career progression
Postcode: 3912 (Pearcedale, Melbourne)
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Member since: November 2021
Coolibah Herbs is a large, well-respected salad, herb, and vegetable grower located in Melbourne's South East. We currently have an opportunity for Casual Process Workers and Farm hand to join our team.
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