37,000 litres – enough to fill 148,000 glasses of milk. That’s how much milk one of Fonterra’s new ‘Truck and Dog’ tankers can hold! The new state-of-the-art milk tanker is transforming farm milk collection for Fonterra Australia, creating new jobs in the regions, improving efficiency from farm to factory, and reducing the number of trucks on country roads.
More than a driver, our tanker operators are the face of Fonterra at the farm-gate and on the road. They’re professional drivers, with high industry standards, a commitment to health and safety and providing great customer service to our farmers.
Join us and you’ll experience the latest in-cab technology, variety in your route, and one of the best rates of pay in the industry.
You’ll also receive training, full company uniform, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). And with favourable shift patterns, you’ll enjoy a great lifestyle with plenty of time for yourself.
As our drivers are some of the best in the industry you need to hold a clean HC (Heavy Combination) or MC (Multi Combination) with at least twelve months experience driving a truck and trailer or B train, ideally on rural roads and/or with live loads.
Provide the key analytical depth to the forecast process and facilitation of a robust SC&OP process, playing a key part in making visible to the business current trends in our sales patterns and ensuring the implication of our sales and marketing strategies are well incorporated in the forecast and ensuring that the business makes the right commercial decisions.
With a broad range of activities this team is responsible for the customer facing allocated in both our head office and our customers.
The role is filled with a variety of activities such as organising pick-ups and deliveries, analysing and managing stick, raising and managing orders, general administration, managing cases and of course providing the best assistance to our customers.
Our Process or Packing Operators are a specialist group and as part of the team you’ll work with state-of-the-art technology and latest methodologies and have a diverse range of responsibilities that will grow your skill-base to whole new levels.
You’ll need strong written and verbal communication skills as well as basic computer literacy, high attention to detail, an interest in working with technical equipment and learning new skills.
In some of our roles, you may be lifting heavy product off the line so you’ll need to be physically fit and have the flexibility to work across a number of shift patterns.
Previous experience working in a food safety environment would be great, but not essential; it’s your proactive and motivated approach that's a must!