Indigenous Warehouse Administrator

TP Human Capital

TP Human Capital are currently recruiting to fill a Warehouse Administrator role for our esteemed Mining client. This position is part of the Indigenous Work Experience Program, offering a 24-month entry-level opportunity in the mining industry.
 
Job Details:

  • Immediate Start for The Right Candidate
  • 4/2 Roster (Monday to Thursday)
  • Working 12.5 hours per shift
  • FIFO ex Townsville

 
About the Program:

Joining this program provides Indigenous individuals with valuable paid work experience and an introduction to the mining environment. It’s a pathway to a future career in the mining industry for the right person.
 
To qualify for this program, applicants must:

  • Be Indigenous (Mitakoodi & Yulluna members are encouraged to apply)
  • Hold a Manual C Class Licence (minimum requirement)
  • Pass a full Medical and Functional Capacity Assessment (FCA) including Drug & Alcohol Test
  • Be willing to live and work away from home during rostered shifts.

 
Role Responsibilities:

  • Warehouse Administrators are responsible for:
    • Safely delivering efficient warehousing activities
    • Ensuring timely receipt, storage, and issuance of materials
    • Adhering to applicable systems, procedures, and policies
  • Training and Development:
    • Hazard identification using Take 5 protocols.
    • Safety Management System procedures
    • Teamwork and collaboration
    • Warehouse tasks such as checking, unpacking, stocktaking, picking, and packing, strapping, and dispatching.
    • Potential opportunity to obtain a forklift license based on performance.

 
Requirements:

A 100% commitment to safety, including following procedures and participating in risk management processes, training, pre-starts, safety meetings, and ongoing safety improvements, is essential. Additionally, candidates should be able to build positive working relationships across the site.

This is an Identified position – Under s25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, there is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be indigenous to the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community. Confirmation of Aboriginality will be required before appointment to this position.

Applications:

If this sounds like you, and you have the minimum requirement for the position, please email a copy of your Resume including cover letter to mining@tphumancapital.com.au or alternatively call our office on 07 4772 3800.

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