WOA acknowledges our privilege of being located on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja, and we celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of all communities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past and present.
Bring your passion for warehousing, distribution and logistics and help save the planet at the same time as our new Warehouse Coordinator - it's a win-win!
About the role
We are seeking a kind and highly organised individual with strong initiative and excellent communication skills to support our growing business as Warehouse Coordinator. This is a hands-on role working directly with the pick-pack and logistics team, motivating all employees to sustain the necessary level of high-performance and to receive appropriate support to meet all site operational requirements. You will need to operate all forklifts confidently and safely (licenses are required) and ensure stock is received, rotated, and recorded correctly.
Experience working in cold storage is an advantage, but not essential, but you must handle the cold! Some delivery driving may be required depending on workflow.
Your main responsibilities will include:
Being hands-on in all core warehouse duties, including
- Overseeing accurate and timely picking, packing and delivery of customer orders in line with set goals
- Maintain productive relationships with other staff and provide training and coaching to others as necessary
- Assist in ensuring inventory management processes are adhered to by warehouse team and deliver reports as needed
- Understand and adhere to operational protocols, while having the patience and skills to teach employees to follow them
- Provide first aid (be willing to undergo training) and ensure employees undertake safe work practices and mitigation protocols are monitored
- Order consumables and record usage ensuring minimum stock levels always on hand
- Regularly check inventory for freshness and quality
- Ensuring paperwork and records are accurate and signed where required
- Accountability for a clean and tidy environment in the warehouse and delivery vehicles
To be successful in this role, you’re a keen team-player who likes to communicate openly and clearly, know your way around a forklift, have an eye for detail and demonstrate a kindness and willingness to lead others.
What we are looking for (Skills/Experience/Qualities):
- Being confident and kind when teaching and coaching a diverse employee base and enjoy being part of a team
- The ability to work unsupervised and efficiently under specific time frames
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) – someone who understands the importance of positive communication with all stakeholders
- Prior experience with picking/packing in a cold storage food warehouse is highly desirable
- Technology proficiency, including basic level Excel and Word skills, and confidence learning new software
- Have a current full Australian driver's license
- Must have current forklift ticket (LF and LO) and be competent in using them. HR license a bonus, but not essential
- A safe worker – good understanding of OH&S requirements/expectations in a warehouse and delivery environments
- Be physically fit: ability to lift up to 20kg and able to load and unload products from delivery vehicles and pallets in the warehouse
- Approx. 6am – 3pm Monday – Friday (some flexibility in finish time required depending on workflow)
- Remuneration is paid on a full time, hourly rate basis.
Benefits and perks
- Join a high energy team in a fast-growing start-up business that is funded and supports sustainable values in WA
- Feel good about how you spend your working hours!
- Full time with space to move up in the fast-growing business
- 20% discount on full price products sold through the Dirty Clean Food website
We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve the complex problems of a changing - and increasingly diverse - world. We celebrate people who celebrate others, and we are committed to inclusion in the workplace – people of all gender identities and all orientations are encouraged to apply. We value receiving applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from multicultural backgrounds, people with disability, and mature-aged people.
About Wide Open Agriculture
Wide Open Agriculture (WOA) is Australia’s leading ASX-listed regenerative food and agriculture company. As an organisation, we are aiming to change the way Australia eats and farms, in order to create a better future for people and the planet and limit the effects of global warming. We value good humans who want to contribute to great change and who reflect our company values; Nurture People and the Planet, Brave in the Fray, Going the Extra Mile, and Being Helpful.
The Company’s innovative Dirty Clean Food brand markets and distributes food and drink products with a focus on conscious consumers in Australia and South-East Asia. Products are chosen based on their market potential and the positive impact they deliver to farmers, their farmland and regional communities.
COMMITMENT – FOOD SAFETY
All staff shall provide products and services of the highest achievable standards for food safety to ensure products supplied to customers are always safe to consume and conform to the accredited food safety program (HACCP) and regulatory requirements.
To ensure our business has a strong food safety culture, all staff members shall be responsible and accountable for food safety and apply food safety practice to all aspects of their roles and responsibilities.
For any questions about the role or Wide Open Agriculture, please email recruiting@