Timber Warehouse Operations Traineeship

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title

Timber Warehouse Operations Traineeship

Company

TABMA

Location

East Brisbane, Queensland

Salary

$30,001 to $40,000

Work Type

Full Time, Traineeship

Classification

Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics Storepersons

Open Date

22 Jul 2021

Closing Date

21 Aug 2021

Required Skills

Our traineeship opportunity is open to entry level applicants who demonstrate a willingness to learn, commitment, good communication and a passion for learning about the timber industry.  This role is close to public transport, just a quick walk from the train station.

Role Description

 

Timber Warehouse Operations Traineeship

TABMA Apprentices and Trainees are now taking applications for timber warehouse operations trainees located in Murarrie  for an immediate start.

What we offer TABMA trainees:

  • Smooth transition into work for school graduates, leavers, and job seekers
  • Ongoing, paid, employment in a nationally registered traineeship including paid annual leave and sick leave
  • Paid training attendance (earn while you learn!)
  • Support and mentoring to get you to the finish line of the traineeship with the end goal of full-time employment with a reputable employer
  • A safe working environment
  • National Training Wages

The Traineeship will include the following duties:

  • Picking and packing orders for dispatch
  • Learning about the different types of timber products
  • Loading and unloading trucks
  • Stock rotation and allocation
  • Operating the forklift 
  • General housekeeping and following WHS procedures at all time

  
The Timber Industry is not just an ordinary industry. There are many career pathways that it can take you on. From loving a job that is hands on, a passion for forklift driving, or simply wanting to work your way up the corporate ladder to become a supervisor or manager. We can help you get there.

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