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KegLand-com-au

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Are you looking for a job? We are looking for enthusiastic staff to join our growing team in Springvale.

We are looking to fill two types of positions at the moment:

1. Customer service
Need good communication skills
Efficient at using computers and fast at typing
Passionate about home brewing

2. Warehouse staff
General organisation of the warehouse
Picking and packing orders
Dealing with customers
Servicing and repairs

About KegLand Distribution PTY LTD

KegLand is Australia’s fastest growing keg dispensing wholesale supplier. We recently have taken over a new 2000 square meter warehouse at 12-18 Lascelles Street SPRINGVALE, VIC, 3171.


The new warehouse is close to bus and train access but also has ample parking. Our team has been in the industry of designing and manufacturing keg dispensing hardware for customers in Australia and all around the world. We have a fantastic work ethic and cohesive group. It's hard work and it's a fast paced environment but we also know how to have a good time. If you have been keen to work in an industry and hobby that you love then this is your opportunity.

If you are interested please send your resume to:
[email protected]

If you have any questions you can please comment below. Alternatively if you want to know more about our company you can see our website www.kegland.com.au
 
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will pick ups and purchases be able to be made from this warehouse?

Prolly a little far for a daily commute for me, but I will travel for beer, swap, beer bits, and beer... once in a while.;)
 
Can you give a rough indication of salary? :)

For general warehouse staff we will pay $24 per hour + Super.

If you are able to contribute to the business in a way that is more valuable to the business the rate will be higher. For instance if you have skills in CAD and engineering we might be able to make a part of the role in design so you can work with one of our other engineers. If you have experience in software development this is also an area where we will pay more too.
 
will pick ups and purchases be able to be made from this warehouse?

Prolly a little far for a daily commute for me, but I will travel for beer, swap, beer bits, and beer... once in a while.;)

Yes we will be allowing pickups from the warehouse from 9am til 5pm Monday to Friday.

With that said we will eventually have 24/7 pickups available from our own private parcel lockers which is the long term plan.
 
Yes we will be allowing pickups from the warehouse from 9am til 5pm Monday to Friday.

With that said we will eventually have 24/7 pickups available from our own private parcel lockers which is the long term plan.

Any future plans to be open on a Saturday morning?

Always good to be able to pop in over the weekend for those that work full time!

Although reading again sounds like there won't be a store front?
 
Any future plans to be open on a Saturday morning?

Always good to be able to pop in over the weekend for those that work full time!

Although reading again sounds like there won't be a store front?

At the start we will not be open on Sat but probably by end of August we will also be open on Saturdays too.
 
That is a bloody fantastic idea.

I hope so. We have to put some effort in to make the place a bit more secure and also get the software working well. We will first need to build and test this system for picups during business hours and if it goes well then it will be extended to after hours. I guess we feel that a lot of our customers might live in the area or might drive down Springvale road occasionally but they work full time and for that reason often cant pick goods up. Then some customers might brew on the weekend and dont want to risk mail order and the goods not turning up on time. The cost of having staff at a normal retail store for lengthy opening hours is not economical. So to solve all these problems we hope this new model will appeal to our customers both wholesale and retail. The only issue is you have to place your order online first. We will try to pick all orders within 3 hours and get them in the pickup lockers.

So for some customers this may not have the appeal of a traditional retail store where you can come in and browse the aisles. But at the same time we do have a lot of busy customers who just want to run in, grab their stuff and leave without having to wait in a que at checkout. This model will suit those customers.

The other issue is that this will be a bit impersonal, so to make up for this I think we can then run brew day classes so we still have some degree of personal interaction with our customers as well as educate the customer base.

So what do you guys think? Would this type of model suit you?
 
think the pre order system,with a staff member floating around for issues that might arise.
 
24/7 pick would suit, picking something up at 5 am to beat the traffic would be good
 
24/7 pick up from a locker is a great idea
Can you guys see yourselves getting into grain, hops etc?
 
You don't need staff/reps in Geelong/Western Victoria by any chance?

By the way, congrats on your growth and good luck in future :)

Cheers and beers :)
 
You don't need staff/reps in Geelong/Western Victoria by any chance?

By the way, congrats on your growth and good luck in future :)

Cheers and beers :)

Thanks for the message. We really appreciate it.

I am sorry but we have no plans to open a retail store on that side of the city any time soon.
 
I hope so. We have to put some effort in to make the place a bit more secure and also get the software working well. We will first need to build and test this system for picups during business hours and if it goes well then it will be extended to after hours. I guess we feel that a lot of our customers might live in the area or might drive down Springvale road occasionally but they work full time and for that reason often cant pick goods up. Then some customers might brew on the weekend and dont want to risk mail order and the goods not turning up on time. The cost of having staff at a normal retail store for lengthy opening hours is not economical. So to solve all these problems we hope this new model will appeal to our customers both wholesale and retail. The only issue is you have to place your order online first. We will try to pick all orders within 3 hours and get them in the pickup lockers.

So for some customers this may not have the appeal of a traditional retail store where you can come in and browse the aisles. But at the same time we do have a lot of busy customers who just want to run in, grab their stuff and leave without having to wait in a que at checkout. This model will suit those customers.

The other issue is that this will be a bit impersonal, so to make up for this I think we can then run brew day classes so we still have some degree of personal interaction with our customers as well as educate the customer base.

So what do you guys think? Would this type of model suit you?

Yes this sounds very cool. 24/7 pick up obtainability! This sounds very cool. Is that even possible?
I can imagine it in sci fi terms but for home brew stuff this is totally farken awesome.
 

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