Meat Processing labourers

NSW - Tamworth & North West NSW - Ref. Bor_LAB_mil

About the Company

Our client is a large well-known meat processing facility located in Tamworth. Our client understands well trained, motivated employees are the key to their success and are committed to offering a positive work environment with internal training and career progression opportunities.

To be considered for this position you ideally need to have had experience in manual labour such as some heavy lifting, working on a fast process line, packing and labeling.

Applicants must be fit as the job entails repetitive lifting and standing in an upright position for the full shift.

About the Roles

  • A number of Entry Level & Skilled positions available in various areas within the facility.
  • Competitive starting hourly rates on offer for successful candidates.
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Must be reliable, punctual and have a positive attitude


  • Be safety conscious and able to follow workplace health and safety policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to food safety and quality assurance requirements.
  • Ability to listen to and follow instructions.
  • Attention to detail


  • Work well in a team environment
  • Have own reliable transport
  • Ability to conduct physical work in hot and cold environment
  • Work different shifts as required
  • Possess a positive working attitude and not afraid to get your hands dirty

This role requires you to participate in a Pre-Employment Medical, which includes Drug and Alcohol testing, and Q Fever vaccination.


To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.

Please note only short-listed candidates will be contacted; we are unable to provide individual feedback.

You must have valid working rights within Australia to be considered for this role.

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