Dispatch / Forklift Operator

Dispatch / Forklift Operator
Company:

Ryan Recruitment


Dispatch / Forklift Operator

Details of the offer

Our client, a well-known NZ owned brand specialising in premade meals and salads are seeking a dispatch operator with forklift experience for their factory in Hornby.

As dispatch operator you will coordinate all inwards and outwards goods and keep track of stock levels. It's a fast-paced and busy environment working up to 50 hours per week. Working Monday to Saturday You will start at 6am with a shorter day on a Saturday.

Main responsibilities of the role are:

We are looking for someone with the following:

This could lead to a long term position for the right person.

What's in it for you?

Next Step
At Ryan we place people in great jobs every day, we have a specialist industrial team ready to help you find your ideal job. If you want to be part of our great team, submit your CV online today or call us on 0800 363 676 for a confidential discussion.


Source: Trademe_Co


Area:

  • Other Jobs / Other Jobs - Crafts

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