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Trainee vacancies at Norske Skog Boyer

ADVERTISEMENT: Norske Skog Trainee Operator Vacancies

| Join our community and invest in your future.
We are looking for people to join one of Tasmania’s iconic processing and manufacturing organisations in a four-year Fixed-Term Traineeship. Along the way, you will be equipped with industry knowledge and hands-on experience. You will also work with a registered training provider to complete a Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices.

| Who we are
Norske Skog is a world-leading producer of publication paper, packaging paper and Energy & Bio products. Our Boyer Mill produces around 265,000 tonnes of paper annually, using sustainable forestry. We are a large industrial site and pride ourselves on our values of Openness, Honesty and Cooperation. Our Boyer Mill opened in 1941 and is located on the Derwent River, 30 minutes from Hobart. We continue to be one of the State’s major economic export contributors and employers within Southern Tasmania.

| Who are we seeking?
Successful candidates will have the following:
 Health, safety and environment focus
 Experience working within a team environment with positive communication and strong interpersonal skills
 Self-motivated, with a desire to learn from the best Paper Makers in the industry
 Ability to work 12-hr rotational shifts of 2 nights, 2 days, 4 off (including nights, weekends, and public holidays)

| What does a Trainee Operator do?
The main duties include but are not limited to:
 Operating Production equipment in the Machine Room
 Processing rolls of paper including manual work
 Quality control of customer orders
 Ensuring plant and equipment is prepared, operated and shutdown

| What opportunities will I have?
 Receive a national qualification
 Earn a competitive salary and excellent employee health and wellbeing benefits
 Work in a rewarding, interesting and varied working environment
 Be part of a supportive work environment where everyone shares a common purpose and feels a sense of belonging
 Contribute to an iconic Tasmanian business with a rich history in our local community

| To apply:
Email applications to the Human Resources Team at
Applications close 4pm Tuesday 12th of March 2024.
 Please note applicants will be contacted for further steps throughout the advertisement period.
 Your application may also be used for other job opportunities into the future as available.

You must include your resume and a cover letter telling us why you would like join our community and invest in your future.

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