Current Job Opportunities

Production Line Assistant

(conveyer belt operator)

Job Types:
Work Trial | Work Trial & potential full-time role | Full time role | Part time role | Casual role

Location:
Lake Macquarie (situated between Newcastle and the Central Coast) with roles available at satellite offices across the Hunter and Upper Hunter region.

Wage:
SCHADS award 

To work under supervision in the field of production line operations as a Conveyer Belt Operatior, within the Supported Employment environment of Hunter Commercial Services.

Description:

    • Assists with physical inventory counts and processes.
    • Completes daily log sheets for bulk plant operations and documents selected maintenance activities
    • Ensures all materials coming into or leaving the plant are properly documented and enters production tickets, goods receipts and shipping documentation.
    • Ensures that materials are properly labelled and that the disposal of materials is handled in a safe manner that complies with environmental standards.
    • May operate vehicles used for transporting bulk products and utilises materials handling equipment, such as loaders, forklifts and pallet jacks, to move materials within the plant.
    • Packages, labels and loads finished products as per order requirements.
    • Performs daily inspections of bulk plant equipment and materials, maintains all equipment, and ensures bulk plant is kept clean

Physical Demands:
The role may include the following physical demands, taking into consideration individual capacity requirements of the applicant;

    • Typically medium physical demand but can be heavy work occasionally (site and task dependent).
    • Employees sit, stand and walk
    • Stretching, twisting, climbing, lifting and carrying movements are likely to be frequent daily requirements. Twisting of the body and neck are likely, bending is likely to be required on a frequent basis for any lifting tasks. Squatting or crouching movements may be required when recording stock levels.
    • Repetitive movements are likely to be required on a frequent to occasional basis especially when counting stock and recording data.
    • Driving is likely to be required. If forklift operation is required a licence/safety certificate will be necessary.
    • Operation of a variety of loading and unloading equipment such as forklifts, overhead cranes and trolleys and conveyor belts may be required.
    • Use of office hand held equipment and other general tools is frequently required.
    • Mental skills necessary include counting, organisation, data-recording and practical skills.

Qualifications

    • Demonstrated experience in working in a production environment
    • Demonstrated ability to support Supervisor meeting deadlines
    • Ability to work in a very busy environment
    • A cleared Working with Children Check (WWCC) (NSW)
    • Cleared National Criminal History Check not more than 12 months old