June 21, 2022
Join us as Washbay Attendant

At Bardee, our ambition is to reshape the global food system. To do this, we breed billions of insects 🐛 to transform food waste 🥗 into insect protein for animal feed 🐶 and fertiliser 🌲 in our world-leading vertical farming system

We currently operate our first facility in Sunshine North. In 2022, we aim to divert 20,000 tonnes of food waste from landfill, and scale our production volumes of insect protein and fertiliser going into sustainable animal feed and fertiliser products by x10.

We’re looking for a wash bay attendant to start immediately.

The Role

We are looking for someone to assist with our equipment washing and general cleaning duties.  To succeed in this role, you should be:

  • Physically fit and capable of manual handling, make repetitive movements and able to lift up to 20kg with a strong awareness ofsafety
  • Able to start immediately and work at least 4 days per week, during the day on Monday-Friday
  • Consistent and reliable, with a ‘can-do’ attitude;and enjoy getting things done in a fast-paced environment
  • Able to prioritise your own tasks and find efficiencies in your workflow
  • Vaccinated for COVID (or have a medical exemption)and have full working rights in Australia
  • [Bonus, but not necessary] Experienced with food safety systems or industrial cleaning in a manufacturing environment

We offer:
  • Immediate start at a competitive base rate, withoptions to own a part of our growing company
  • An amazing social office environment, with a close-knit team, catered lunches on Fridays, and a personal growth focus
  • Growth into more advanced manufacturing and operations or leadership roles for high performers

Only applications made through our Typeform will be considered.  Apply here

Hannah Neep

Head of Operations
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