Amazon opens over 200 job applications at its new Ravenhall fulfilment centre
Amazon Australia has announced that applications are now open for more than 200 jobs at its second fulfilment centre in Ravenhall.
The new facility is set to double Amazon’s operational footprint in Victoria, creating around 300 new jobs.
Amazon Australia Director of Operations, Craig Fuller, said the company is proud to be creating hundreds of new employment opportunities for Melburnians at a time they are needed most.
“There are opportunities for motivated, enthusiastic people from all backgrounds and we look forward to welcoming them to our Ravenhall team,” he said.
Amazon Australia’s Ravenhall fulfilment centre will be 37,000 square metres in size, almost double the size of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and with the capacity to house up to six million items.
The site will complement Amazon’s first Australian FC in Dandenong South which opened in 2017.
Amazon has also invested in the expansion of its logistics network in Victoria this year, with the opening of two Melbourne Delivery Stations in Mulgrave and Melbourne Airport’s business park which will enable faster delivery to customers around Melbourne.
The company said it will continue to invest in its existing fulfilment centre in Dandenong South while growing its fulfilment network with the opening of the new site in Ravenhall.
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