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Workshop Assistant

Date: 19-Jun-2022

Location: West Melbourne, VIC, AU

Company: Bingo

With booming sales nationally and expansion, our bin manufacturing arm, TORO Waste Equipment, are looking for a dedicated Workshop Assistant's to support our welder’s and spray painters in our Braeside workshop.

 

The role:

  • Assisting with the manufacturing and assembly of various sized steel and plastic waste bins
  • Sand, paint and stencil skip bins.
  • Heavy and unskilled labourer in the manufacture, maintenance and repair of bins
  • Assist the welders, spray painters and other skilled trades with manufacturing, maintenance and repair work.
  • Assisting Bingo customers with their orders, whilst demonstrating a high regard for customer service.
  • General workshop duties

 

What we offer you as a GOGetter:

  • Employee benefits including performance incentive bonuses, recognition programs, access to corporate health cover through HCF and novated leave vehicles through FLEETPLUS
  • Our employee support partner SONDER provide our employees and their loved ones with the wellbeing support EVERYONE deserves
  • An extremely competitive salary!
  • Opportunity to work with the latest technology in recycling recovery
  • The chance to lead, develop and grow a diverse team
  • A strong, employee and safety driven company culture
  • Training and progression opportunities within the Bingo family

 

What you bring:

  • Be proactive in contributing to the Bingo GOGetter culture
  • Previous experience in a workshop or factory highly desired but not eesential
  • Capable of using basic hand tools
  • Current drivers licence and reliable transport
  • Flexibility to work overtime and Saturday's where required
  • Ability to identify and resolve mechanical problems
  • A strong safety focused work ethic

 

At BINGO we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities and customers we serve. We are a proud RAP organisation and we are committed to achieving an inclusive workforce. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.