Process / Machine Operators – PMY0522

Process Employees / Machine Operators

Day & Afternoon Shifts

 AKD is a successful forestry products company, growing and manufacturing sustainable quality timber products. With operations across Queensland, NSW and Victoria we have 1,000 plus strong team members who are passionate about our business!

AKD is proud of our diverse culture that supports empowered individuals, embraces teamwork, and encourages a simple action orientated ‘can do’ attitude.

We have a number of full-time opportunities on both day & afternoon shift for motivated and reliable candidates throughout our Yarram sawmill operations for Process & Machine Operators.

These positions are based on an attractive shift structure that suits a fantastic work/life balance, providing the security of fulltime work in a progressive and stable organisation.

Our shift structures are:

Day shift – 7am – 3:30pm Monday to Thursday & 7am – 1pm on Fridays.

Afternoon shift – 1pm – 9:30pm Monday to Thursday & 12pm – 6pm on Fridays.

These roles are vast and varied with the positions focussed on working as part of a high achieving team. The successful applicants will follow efficient and effective work practices to meet production targets, whilst ensuring all aspects of Quality and Health & Safety are followed.

Key Duties & Responsibilities will include:

  • Machine operation
  • Machine monitoring and fault finding
  • Manual handling
  • General labour
  • Possible mobile plant operation

The successful applicants must be able to demonstrate:

  • Reliability and flexibility
  • Ability to use initiative
  • Be motivated, enthusiastic and energetic
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong commitment and desire to learn and achieve
  • Commitment to Workplace Health & Safety
  • Commitment to long term employment

If you have commitment, energy and are motivated to make a difference, please email your resume and cover letter using reference code ‘PMY0522’ to

Applications Close: 16th May 2022

Note: Pre-employment drug and alcohol, along with functional capacity testing, may be required.