Laundry Worker

Laundry Workers sort, clean, fold, iron and package linen, clothing and other items in laundries and drycleaning establishments, and private residences.

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$937 per week
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    Overview

    Laundry Workers sort, clean, fold, iron and package linen, clothing and other items in laundries and drycleaning establishments, and private residences.

    Day-to-day

    • sorting articles for cleaning according to the type, colour, fabric and cleaning treatment required
    • placing sorted articles into receptacles and onto conveyor belts for moving to repair and cleaning areas
    • checking and removing stains from garments, and replacing buttons and making minor repairs
    • loading and unloading washing machines, driers and extractors
    • adding cleaning agents and starches to articles
    • smoothing articles and guiding them through cleaning and pressing machines
    • stopping and starting machines to untangle, straighten and remove articles
    • ironing and pressing clean articles
    • placing articles on shelves and hanging articles for delivery and collection
    • packaging articles and preparing orders for despatch.

    Considerations

    • Physically demanding

    To become a Laundry Worker

    • You can work as a Laundry Worker without formal qualifications. Some on the job training may be provided. A certificate II or III in laundry or dry cleaning operations might be helpful.

      Take a Certificate II in Laundry Operations

    Skills employers are looking for

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