47 days ago


Anne-Marie from Brodie's Raw Pet Food Delivery

Hi, I’m Anne-Marie and this is Brodie, the inspiration behind my company, Brodies Raw Pet Food Delivery.

We are a small, rapidly growing raw pet food company, based in Orakei and are seeking a special someone to come and join our dynamic team and help us grow even faster.

The role will involve weighing and packing frozen raw meat and dried treats and will be around 8-12 hours a week, spread over Monday, Tuesday and some Wednesdays. Hours are usually from 11-3pm, but there is some flexibility. As we are growing so fast, there is scope for an increase in hours and responsibilities in the future

Our ideal person will be
• Hard-working
• Organised
• Cheerful
• Motivated
• In reasonable physical shape (as some lifting of boxes)
• Ready to start early November

If you are interested, please email me your CV to info@brodies.nz by next Friday 23rd October

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