Laundry Worker

Get visa sponsorship in Blockhouse Bay, Auckland as Laundry Worker. Please note that you will have to make your own enquiries with the employer directly.
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A Laundry Worker is needed at West Auckland Laundry in ABC, Blockhouse Bay. Responsibilities include caring for residents' clothing and maintaining laundry equipment with a person-first commitment. Join our team on a Casual basis.

Job title
Laundry Worker
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Blockhouse Bay, Auckland
Hospitality & Tourism
Full time


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Every day, in every way, we bring real heart to work. It’s what drives us to deliver our refreshingly different person-first commitment to care. We are seeking a Laundry Worker to join West Auckland Laundry located in ABC at Blockhouse Bay on a Casual basis.

Where You Will Make an Impact
Ensuring all care is taken with the residents' personal clothing and returned to owners. Operating all laundry equipment as specified. Meeting of daily schedule to keep laundry up to date and advising Manager of any issues that impact on the maintenance of this. Maintaining clean/dirty delineation areas within the laundry. Monitoring of linen supplies and advising line manager of replacement needs. Ensure all residents are treated with dignity and respect.

What About You
Previous experience working in a commercial laundry is preferred, however not essential as we will provide training. Demonstrate a positive attitude, enthusiasm, strong empathy, and a passion for making a difference to our residents’ lives. You will be a team player, with the ability to work independently, and who is prepared to roll up your sleeves and get stuck into whatever needs to get done. Have reliable transport or travel arrangements.

Reasons to Belong
Fully subsidised Southern Cross health insurance to our eligible permanent NZ employees and a discount on insurance cover for eligible family members. Wellbeing discounts and advice, EAP counselling services, study support, and cultural leave. Paid parental leave - in addition to standard parental leave, ABC offers 12 weeks of paid leave for primary carers and 2 weeks for secondary carers. Refer-a-friend programme of $750 - $2,000. Professional Development – in-house and external training and development. Industry-competitive remuneration and benefits, and internal reward and recognition programmes. No matter who you are or where you come from, we encourage you to ‘Be You at ABC’. An accredited employer with Immigration NZ that values its diverse employees.

About ABC
Through vision, passion, and sheer hard work, we are now New Zealand’s largest aged care and dementia care provider. As one of New Zealand’s leading healthcare organisations, we employ more than 4,000 people and we live by our values: Brave, Caring, and Responsible. All united by one purpose – helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better world.
For the opportunity to join the ABC community and to make a difference to the lives of our residents, please submit your application today – we would love to hear from you.

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