Warehouse / Storeperson – Darwin NT

We’re seeking a Warehouse person to develop and grow their skills as we continue to grow through out the NT.

We are currently seeking an experienced Warehouse / Store person to develop and grow their skills in all warehouse activities within our Parts Warehouse, located in our expanding Darwin branch. This is a great opportunity to become part of a market leading national business servicing the transport and construction industries working with market leading brands.

Reporting to the Branch Manager, this busy role requires you to work as a part of a small team, with the ability to demonstrate excellent customer service and communication skills, in this role, you will be assisting internal pats & workshop staff in the warehousing and distribution of truck and construction machinery parts.

Ideally, you will also have:

  • The ability to Adapt in a fast paced and ever-changing work environment
  • Have a strong customer satisfaction focus
  • Be confident, courteous & have a positive work ethic
  • Previous experience in a busy warehouse environment preferred
  • Good computer skills with Microsoft applications
  • Common sense and the willingness to use initiative
  • A high level of self-motivation and time management
  • Be prepared to work and participate in a team environment
  • A current driver’s license, a forklift license is preferred but not essential

We will provide you with training, support and tools needed to help you develop the necessary skills and establish a practical base on which to build a challenging and rewarding career. Applicants must have a strong customer satisfaction focus and a desire to provide premium levels of service and support. A remuneration package commensurate with your experience will be offered.

On offer is a permanent position with a competitive remuneration package. If this role matches your skills, experience and ambition please submit your application by clicking here.


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