Waiuku Mitre 10 Casual Trade Team Member - Start asap

Mitre 10 continues to dominate the NZ DIY retail market through both its market share and number of stores throughout the country – and you can be part of our continuing success by joining the team at Mitre 10 Waiuku.

 Part of this success is the great customer service we provide, so we would be really keen to hear from you if you have our passion for ensuring our customers get the right product and an exceptional level of service every time they walk through our doors – going the extra mile will be the norm for you.

 This role is within our Trade department and will consist of picking customer orders, working on the trade floor, helping customers gather their materials for their DIY projects, Tradies, loading and unloading stock.

For this position we are looking for someone who has/is:


  • Enthusiasm and team spirit
  • A passion for customer service excellence
  • Good time management
  • A quick and alert mind, with the ability to adapt and be flexible
  • Willingness to learn
  • Great Sense of Humour
  • Positive work ethic with a knack for problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Clean driving license
  • Physically fit
  • Forklift license preferred but not essential
  • Understands the importance of Health and Safety


As this is a casual on call role, you will need to be available to fill in over 7 days.

Previous retail experience and/or experience within the building industry will be viewed very favourably.

In this role you will report to the Trade Manager.

Hourly wage indication is between $19 - $20p/h negotiable depending on experience.

So if you want to work in a fun, dynamic work environment, and you think you can deliver on what we seek, then please forward a CV and cover letter via this website.

PLEASE NOTE - Applications will be responded to as they come in. We are needing to fill this role as soon as possible.


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Job no: W31043

Location: Auckland, Papakura & Franklin, Mitre 10 Waiuku

Closing Date: Saturday, 31 October 2020