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Line Operator - Fixed Term
Port Melbourne

Bega Cheese Group is home to many trusted and wholesome food brands enjoyed in Australia and around the world. Our growth story of becoming a successful ASX listed company with a turnover in excess of $1.5 billion, and over 2000 employees is made possible by our values and outward looking perspective. If you believe in building a Great Australian Food Company, you are curious and creative, and invested in the success and growth of others as much as your own, then you might be the one we are looking for!


With a strong regional focus and dedication to community, we are proud of our heritage which continues to build outstanding opportunities for people to develop and thrive.


The opportunity


This is a six month fixed term role.


The Line Operator roles at the Port Melbourne site are operational roles that contribute to our overall site vision by setting up, operating, monitoring and adjusting changeover production equipment in order to fulfil customer requirements for product that meets Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standards, ensuring compliance to all standards & procedures.


The Line Operator is required to work co-operatively within a team that is continuously seeking to improve the way we do things and to be responsible for all defined aspects of Safety, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Sustainability and Morale (SQCDSM).


To be successful in the role


We look for potential, not only performance.  To be successful you will be open about your strengths and weaknesses and prepared to challenge yourself.  We value diversity of thinking, experiences and perspectives and listening.   Bega people support each other to achieve together. 

Additionally you will have: 

  • Set up, operate, monitor, adjust, changeover and shut down production equipment according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Ensure all Health & Safety requirements are understood and met
  • Ensure product safety by monitoring quality, identifying and communicating possible sources of product risk
  • Understand product quality standards and the plant standard running conditions that apply, relevant to area of accountability within the plant
  • Follow set routines to prepare for changeovers
  • Work individually and in groups to identify sources of waste and other improvement opportunities.  
  • Provide help and assistance to colleagues as they carry out their duties and seek help and support when necessary


This role requires strong technical and communication skills and the willingness to work a rotating shift as required by production lines.   


Applications close: 28 August 2020

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