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PRODUCTION OPERATOR

Posted By: chrisrecruit

Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2020

Remuneration: $1,500.00

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PRODUCTION OPERATOR (NON-SHIFT WORK: MON – FRI ONLY)


Job Descriptions:
Perform production activity, adhering to safety
Packing of goods into boxes
Assembly of goods
Ensure quality of product
Packing of cleaning chemical into bottles, cans and drums
Operate production machine
Packing and stacking of goods
Complete task assigned by production Supervisor



INTERESTED CANDIDATE may send in your resume to
talent@starcareerconsulting.com - Attn: Chris


Reg No. R091555
EA: 18C9198



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