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Camp Attendants - Fifo

TOLL PEOPLE - Winnellie, NT

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Camp Attendants - FIFO work

About Toll People

​​​​​​​Toll People are Australia's most recognised provider of Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain and Warehouse staff. Whilst we service the Toll Group, we also service hundreds of external clients and partners, offering complete recruitment solutions from permanent and executive recruitment, business support recruitment to flexible labour and award-winning training and development.

Camp Attendants

Toll People are recruiting for an experienced Camp Attendants to work on a FIFO basis on a 3/3-week roster for one of our facility camps the Northern Territory FIFO from Darwin as point of hire. We are seeking a dynamic person with a good attitude to join a professional and successful Mobile Camp.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the dining room, kitchen, laundry, dry store, cold room, walkways, interior of assets, exterior of assets, vehicles and sleeping quarters are kept clean and tidy and in good working order.
  • Ensure that all cleaning products are used and stored correctly according to Safety Data Sheet (SDS) guidelines.
  • Assist chef with food preparation, food storage and cleaning where required.
  • Identification and communication to the Camp Manager/Site Manager relating to condition of equipment and maintenance requests
  • Laundering of clients clothing and uniforms as required
  • Laundering of client sleeping quarter linen on a weekly basis or as required
  • Other tasks as required by the Camp Manager / Head Chef including but not limited to accommodation management, cleaning, laundry, camp mobilisation/demobilisation, delivery of food to sites
  • Ensuring a clean and hygienic workplace by regular maintenance and cleaning of cooking facilities in line with Mobile Camps Food Safety Management System (FSMS) reporting.
  • Report any injury or illness immediately to the Camp Manager/Site Manager and participate fully in any return to work program.
  • Actively engage in weekly toolbox safety meetings
  • Proactively contribute to creating a safe and safety conscious work site.

Skills & Experience


  • National Police Clearance (valid in the last 3 months)
  • Nationally recognised First Aid and CPR qualification
  • Must be able to pass for Drug & Alcohol Screen as required
  • Valid Australian manual Drivers Licence.
  • Demonstrated commitment to OH&S.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to lead and to work as part of a team

Working at Toll

At Toll, we are proud to be a leading integrated logistics provider in the Asia Pacific region. And we know our success is due to the quality and skill of our talented people – quite simply, our people are our most valuable asset.

We work hard to create a workplace that supports our people’s careers and that is a safe, respectful and inclusive place to work.

When you join Toll, you will join 40,000 customer-focused people who are working across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. Our employees are passionately committed to our vision – to deliver outstanding logistics solutions for our customers, at every stage of the supply chain.

If you're interested in this role, please either click on 'Apply' or call Kesia on (08) 8901 8650

Toll Group does not accept any unsolicited resume referrals from Recruitment Agencies and will not pay any placement fees relating to such unsolicited resume referrals.

All applicants must be entitled to work in Australia and be prepared to undergo a criminal history check, pre-employment medical and/or drug & alcohol testing as required.

Toll embraces and celebrates a variety of cultures. We continue to build a business that reflects the values of equality, built on the knowledge and understanding that everyone is welcome including the First Nations Peoples, and those of all ages, genders and abilities.