Forklift Operator

Job Location(s) AU-WA-Bibra Lake
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(01/03/2018 01:42)
Job ID
# of Openings
Food Manufacturing

Job Description

About Us


We are a leader in fresh produce. For three generations, OneHarvest has been supplying consumers with fresh, healthy, vegetable-based products. We currently employ over 800 people nationwide and have strong growth forecast.


About the Role


OneHarvest is recruiting experienced Forklift Drivers who will be responsible for achieving production targets and processing food to strict food quality standards.  You will use your skills and knowledge in FMCG to add value to our Perth (Bibra Lake) site.



  • Work in a cold room environment (between 2oC and 6oC)
  • Cover shifts across a 24/7 factory
  • Work safely and adhere to food hygiene rules
  • Repetitive movements and standing for long periods required in all roles

Skills & Experience

  • Current LF Licence
  • High reach experience prefferable  
  • Ability to work at a very fast pace with a focus on achieving KPI’s
  • Experience within a manufacturing or warehousing environment
  • Strong work ethic and punctuality with reliable transport to get to your shifts
  • High attention to detail



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 are all committed to the food we produce and the sustainable future we strive for.



  • Casual roles available
  • Excellent potential to progress within OneHarvest
  • Free, secure on-site parking
  • Growth business with secure career opportunities

How to Apply


Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively you can visit our Careers page:

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

We do not utilise recruitment agencies.



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