Labour Coordinator

AU-Smeaton Grange
1 month ago
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Job Description

About Us


We are a leader in fresh produce. For three generations, the OneHarvest family of companies has been supplying Australian consumers with fresh, healthy, vegetable-based products from a range of sources across the country. We currently employ over 800 people nationwide and have a strong growth forecast.


About the Role


The Labour Coordinator is responsible for providing the site with a roster that delivers appropriate skilled labour in order to meet production plans every day. This role reports directly into our Site Manager and will have a great deal of contact with various internal stakeholders.




  • Support all facets of the employee onboarding & offboarding process
  • Aligning with Site Award to ensure maximum labour efficiency
  • Prepare rosters for all production employees
  • Supporting induction process
  • Contributing & running group interviews
  • Maintaining PIF (People in Full) and Standard Manning reports


Skills & Experience


  • Previous experience in a similar role within FMCG
  • Excellent verbal & written communication skills
  • Previous experience interpreting awards/EA’s
  • Excellent time management skills




People enjoy working for OneHarvest because we have SPIRIT. The freshness of our products creates exciting energy as we go from Harvest to consumer dinner plates within 48 hours. We are the epitome of FMCG. We pride ourselves on our multicultural and diverse team atmosphere and we are all committed to the food we produce and the sustainable future we strive for.




  • Free onsite parking
  • Hands on experience with great support and ongoing training
  • Great opportunity for career progression


 How to Apply

Please click the “Apply Now” button. Alternatively you can email your resume directly to or visit our Careers page on

Due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



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