Warehousing operations assistant
Hopeworks Community Solutions
Hopeworks Community Solutions is a not-for-profit social enterprise operating in Moe. Opportunities are available for students to complete a School Based Apprenticeship or SWL (Structured Workplace Learning) placement. Students with a disability or learning barrier are encouraged to apply and will be well supported.
We have teamed up with local businesses and government agencies to purchase ingredients, such as vegetables, and food in general to help us deliver our Tasteworks programs. These supplies allow us to make food varieties, such as fried rice, pasta and soup.
In addition, Hopeworks Community Solutions provides real life training, job seeking assistance, practical work experience, mentoring, employability skills and confidence boosting to the high school students and people with disabilities. This assists them to gain the necessary skills to secure employment and live prosperous lives, while directly helping our local community.
Skills You Might Learn
School Based Apprenticeship Training (SBAT) – allows secondary school students the opportunity to attend the Hopeworks Factory once to undertake academic and practical learning, in a structured industrial environment, leading to a Certificate II or a Certificate III in various Warehouse, Logistics and Food Processing disciplines.
Typical Tasks & Duties
Students will be assigned a variety of specific tasks and will be provided with the relevant training. Duties may include:
Loading and unloading produce, stock and goods
Storage of stock
Students will be treated as employees and must adhere to workplace policies and procedures.
A can-do attitude and a willingness to learn new skills is essential.
Closed in shoes (preferably steel-caps)
No shorts or singlets
Special Transport Requirements
Students to arrange own transport
RELATED COURSES INCLUDE
- TLI21610 - Certificate II in Warehousing Operations