91 days ago


Melissa from Mount Wellington

Manufacturer/wholesaler located in Ellerslie requires factory assistant for its Curtain Hardware department.

Processing & assembly required. This is a busy varied role including processing orders, light packing duties and factory clean up etc. Some driving required, however not essential.

Experience working in a factory/processing would be advantageous although not essential as full training will be given to the right candidate. Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please email kathy@vanda.co.nz

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