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Packaging Operator - Abbotsford Brewery - 3mth FTC

Carlton United Breweries

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Job Posted: 18/09/2017

Job Category:

Manufacturing, Chemical & Industrial / Machine Operators

Job description:

About CUB

Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) is one of Australia’s most iconic companies. We locally brew some of Australia's most famous beers including Victoria Bitter, Carlton Draught, Pure Blonde, Great Northern, Matilda Bay and ciders including Strongbow, Mercury and Bulmers, as well as distribute some of the world’s leading international brands including Corona, Stella Artois and Budweiser.

Joining CUB, you are opening up a world of career possibilities. We are a part of AB InBev, the largest and only truly global brewer selling over 400 brands across 100 markets and employing 200,000 people. Our Dream is to bring people together for a better world. We are committed to driving growth that leads to better living for more people in more places and focussed on bringing people and cultures together through our brands and experiences.

The Role

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Packaging team at Melbourne’s iconic Abbotsford Brewery. Reporting to the Packaging Team Leader the primary responsibilities of our Packaging Operators include but are not limited to:

This role works on a week-by-week rotating shift roster of days (6am - 2pm), afternoon (2pm - 10pm) and night (10pm -6pm) shift, Monday to Friday.

Who you are

Our successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following:

What we offer

Learn on the job. Jump in at the deep-end. Dream big!

At CUB, our greatest strength is our people. We recruit people who can be better than ourselves and retain people by allowing them to grow at their own pace, providing training opportunities and offering a safe environment where they will be rewarded for their contributions. To learn more, visit CUB - Our 10 principles.

  • Operating and optimising high speed packaging equipment to the highest of work standards
  • Maintaining a clean and safe work environment
  • Actively participating in continuous improvement activities across safety, quality and efficiency within packaging environment
  • Monitoring packaging processes and taking action to prevent problems
  • Quality checks and recording of packaging material usage
  • Loading and maintaining packaging materials to machines as required
  • Ownership of process areas including 5S, HACCP and safe working practices
  • Other duties as directed
    • Ability to identify and support opportunities to continuously improve the safety, quality and efficiency of all operations within a packaging environment
    • Excellent workplace behaviours including strong teamwork, integrity and consistency
    • The ability to work safely and have the physical capacity to perform the manual tasks associated with the position
    • Participation in process improvement teams and work activities
    • A mechanical aptitude and the ability to troubleshoot issues with the packaging lines
    • Highly motivated and have the ability to work unsupervised, as well as part of a team
    • A passion for safety and willingness to be flexible and adaptable
    • Experience and knowledge of computerised control panels and Microsoft office applications
    • The ability and willingness to learn new skills
    • Experience working within a lean manufacturing environment is an advantage.