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Labourer (Recycling)


West Melbourne VIC, Australia

Job Type:

Full Time

Start Date:


Pay Rate:

Ordinary Time: Starting from $28.5 per hour

About the Role

The Labourer is responsible for undertaking general labouring duties at the recycling centre facilities.

  • Sort and clear waste materials on the unloading floor or picking station

  • Perform heavy, unskilled, manual labour in the maintenance and repair of plant & equipment

  • Perform unskilled, routine work as a member of maintenance or repair crew, including lifting, loading, digging, moving, scraping, raking, sweeping and cleaning duties

  • Assist skilled trades employees in maintenance and repair work

  • Follows the internal procedures of work

  • Any other duty as reasonably directed

  • SEQ responsibilities as specified in MAN002 SEQ Management Plan

  • Carry out all duties in line with Bingo’s policies, procedures and processes as amended


  • Indigenous Candidates only

  • Must have been incarcerated or with a criminal record. (Preferably, having been released from custody in the past 12 months.)

  • On the job training provided

  • Physically fit

  • Follow’s instructions well

Highly Regarded:

  • Driver’s licence & reliable transport

About the Client

The client is one of Australia’s leading recycling and waste management companies with operations in the building & demolition and commercial & industrial sectors across the east coast of Australia. 

Their vision is for a waste-free Australia. With a focus on transforming the recycling and waste industry, particularly in innovating to increase recycling rates and the diversion of valuable waste materials from landfill. 

As they grow, they’re ensuring they follow sustainable, Zero Harm practices, to protect our people, the environment, and the communities we operate in. 

Their state-of-the-art processing facilities across NSW, Victoria and Queensland accept mixed waste that would otherwise be sent to landfill and achieves industry-leading recovery rates in excess of 80%, creating a range of recycled materials. By diverting waste from landfill to their resource recovery and recycling centres, they are helping to drive Australia towards a circular economy. 

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