WPC – Machine Operators
Timberlink Australia & New Zealand is a sustainable leading softwood timber products manufacturing and distribution business, employing over 600 people. Our world class manufacturing sites are located close to some of the best renewable plantation pine resources in the world - Bell Bay in Tasmania & Tarpeena in South Australia. Our fit-for-purpose indoor and outdoor plantation pine products are suitable for building new homes, renovation projects and other industrial manufacturing applications including packaging, pallets, and furniture components.
At Timberlink we embrace innovation, and this drives our constant growth. We are currently building two purpose-built manufacturing plants to adjoin our existing facilities at both of our sites. Complementing our already diverse range of products, we will be manufacturing new timber products including cross laminated & glue laminated timber (NeXTimber) and wood-plastic composite decking & screening, expanding our business into new markets in 2023. These products will take Timberlink from being primarily a structural timber manufacturer to a structural engineered timber products and solutions business.
Working at Timberlink:
Timberlink’s values are core to how we operate, both internally and externally. Our six values are fairness, openness, respect, integrity, resilience and responsibility. We take our values seriously and we look for opportunities to ensure they are integrated into everything we do. We are committed to working closely with the communities in which we operate, and investing in our own people, processes, and technology to create a better future for all.
At Timberlink we believe in building strength through diversity, supported by an inclusive culture, and we welcome and encourage all forms of diversity in our business. We understand that harnessing and further developing the capability and skills of our people, and ensuring our people are truly engaged in what we are working to achieve together will continue to be critical to our success, as it has been in the past.
We continue to invest and implement new technology and more responsible resource management and supply chain practices as we further adapt and enhance our readiness for what the future brings. We encourage our people to identify further innovation or improvement opportunities that will help us continue to respond to our customer needs and drive sustainability in our business.
Timberlink’s vision is to have a proactive and caring safety culture where everyone gets HOME SAFE every day. Our mission is to be a socially responsible business through safety innovation and technology that proactively listens and acts on the voice of our people, and regulatory obligations are a baseline expectation.
About the role:
It is with great excitement that we commence recruitment for our brand-new Wood Plastic Composites Plant, with production to begin in mid 2023. In line with this commencement, we are now looking for multiple Machine Operators to join our business in the lead up to the opening of this world class plant.
We have opportunities on rotating day, afternoon and night shift, working 38 hours per week, Monday to Friday (Sunday night to Friday morning for the night shift vacancy). If you have a plastics or composites background and are looking to make your mark with a greenfield role, then this is the perfect opportunity for you.
These permanent, full time positions reports directly to the Team Leaders and will be based at our Bell Bay manufacturing site in Tasmania (approx. 40 minutes from Launceston). With our business continually investing and growing, this is a perfect opportunity to combine your strong technical mindset with a leader in the timber manufacturing industry.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Ensures appropriate daily schedule controls are in place to enable the teams to clearly understand ongoing operational performance.
- Coordinates external resources where required.
- Communicates issues and actions providing detailed shift handovers.
- Production capability is met in line with the business strategy.
- Liaises with both upstream and downstream sections to ensure that a quality product is produced.
- Facilitate and support scheduled maintenance work and manage breakdowns in line with operational requirements.
Qualifications and Qualities you will bring to Timberlink:
- Mechanical and plastics background strong regarded
- Forklift Licence essential
- Ability to work in small teams
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills
- Able to perform under limited supervision
The successful candidate will be rewarded with a salary based upon experience and performance, along with full training and support from a hardworking and committed team.
Timberlink is an equal opportunity employer, we encourage all applicants with the RIGHT TO WORK in Australia to apply.
If you would like to know more, or wish to apply for the role, please submit your application including your cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
No agencies or cold calling please!