Job Code: JSOP-1137
Country: Austria

Country Description: Austria, a landlocked country in Central Europe, is famed for its dramatic scenery. The majestic Alps dominate the west, south, and center, offering stunning vistas and world-class skiing. Lush green valleys, sparkling lakes, and dense forests paint a picturesque landscape. Beyond its natural beauty, Austria boasts a rich cultural heritage evident in its grand Baroque architecture, classical music scene (think Mozart and Strauss), and charming towns with medieval influences.

Job Designation: Factory Worker (Any Industry)

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  1. Operating Machinery: Factory workers operate a variety of machines, from complex automated equipment to simpler tools. They must be able to follow precise instructions and adhere to safety protocols to ensure efficient operation.
  2. Assembly Line Work: Many factories function on assembly lines, where workers perform specific tasks within a larger process. This might involve attaching components, operating tools on the line, or ensuring parts move smoothly along the conveyor belt.
  3. Quality Control: Maintaining product quality is crucial. Factory workers perform inspections throughout the production process, identifying and removing defective items. They may also be involved in testing finished products to ensure they meet specifications.
  4. Packing and Labeling: Preparing finished products for shipment often falls on factory workers. This includes packaging items according to specifications, labeling them correctly, and potentially palletizing them for transport.
  5. Workstation Maintenance: Keeping their work area clean and organized is not only essential for efficiency but also contributes to overall safety. Factory workers are responsible for maintaining their workstations and sometimes the surrounding production area.


  1. High school diploma or equivalent.
  2. Strong work ethic, reliability, and a commitment to quality.
  3. Ability to follow instructions meticulously and work independently when needed.
  4. Manual dexterity and the ability to perform physical tasks, which may involve lifting, standing for long periods, or repetitive motions.
  5. Basic English speaking proficiency

Job Designation: Production Worker (Any Industry)


  1. Operate machinery and equipment: This may involve feeding raw materials into machines, operating assembly line tools, or packaging finished products.
  2. Maintain quality standards: Production workers often perform quality checks on products at various stages of the production process. They identify and report any defects to ensure only high-quality products move forward.
  3. Assemble products: This could involve putting together components, following blueprints or instructions, and using various tools to ensure a proper fit and finish.
  4. Package and label products: Once products are assembled and inspected, production workers package them according to company specifications and labeling guidelines.
  5. Maintain a clean and safe work environment: Keeping the work area clean and organized is important for both safety and efficiency. Production workers may be responsible for cleaning machinery, workstations, and the surrounding area.
  6. Follow safety procedures: Production facilities can have hazards like loud noises, heavy machinery, and potentially hazardous materials. Following safety protocols is essential to prevent accidents and injuries.


  1. High school diploma or equivalent.
  2. Proven experience in a production or manufacturing environment is often beneficial.
  3. Familiarity with industrial equipment and machinery operation.
  4. Attention to detail and ability to follow instructions closely.


  1. Long-Term employment opportunities.
  2. Training and career development.
  3. Company pension scheme and additional benefits.
  4. Accommodation allowance by company.
  5. One Meal or lunch from company
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