Performs routine tasks in manufacturing glassware such as setting up, adjusting and repairing automatic machines and equipment, and checking weight of glassware.
Occupations in the Other Factory Process Workers group include Cement and Concrete Plant Worker, Chemical Plant Worker, Clay Processing Factory Worker, Fabric and Textile Factory Worker, Factory Process Workers (other), Footwear Factory Worker, Glass Processing Worker, Hide and Skin Processing Worker and Recycling Worker.
There are currently 3,200 Other Factory Process Workers in Victoria. Over the next five years, the size of this occupation is expected to remain similar. Employment prospects for the next five years are stable.
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