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Drivers Class 2 & 4 - 5am Start (2/11dr), Auckland, Superior Personnel

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277671821
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Drivers Class 2 & 4 - 5am Start (2/11dr), Auckland, Superior Personnel
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Drivers class 2 & 4 - 5am start (2/11dr)


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Drivers Class 2 & 4 - 5am start (2/11DR)
Full time, Contract/Temp

THE COMPANY
Our client is a NZ owned food distribution company with over 50 years in business. With a nationwide customer base & over 10,000 products, this is a genuine market leader.
THE ROLES
Driving a late model vehicle with a chiller unit. Deliveries are across Auckland to food retail & hospitality customers. 5am start.
Monday to Friday with weekends off at Mount Wellington & Saturday work available at Wiri.
Manual lifting & trolley deliveries of food products in addition to some forkhoist operating when loading pallets.
PAY & BENEFITS
$26 per hour (class 2) & $28 per hour (class 4) plus discount on a huge range of food and beverages Life insurance policy & social club.
This is a temp to permanent opportunity for all positions.

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