As a loader / unloader you come to a large company. The company is divided into serveral departments, such as: inband, outband and wood. In consultation with the customer and based on your skills, you will be placed in a specific department. You ensure that containers are unloaded quickly, so that orders can be delivered on time.
The client is an online seller and global supplier for both consumers and companies. They are one of the largest online webshops in Europe. They sell all kinds of things for the home or for the garden.
There is a good atmosphere with nice team leaders. In addition, there are many development opportunities. If there is room in the department, you can follow training courses for reach truck drivers. When you have completed these training courses, you will of course also receive a matching salary of € 11.50 per hour.
Working for this client entitles you in some cases to an allowance
Monday – Saturday after 40 hours/week 25%
Sunday after 40 hours/week 50%
Monday – Saturday 06.00h - 08.00h 15%
Monday – Saturday 20.00h - 22.00h 15%
Monday – Saturday 22.00h - 06.00h 25%
National holiday 100%
In addition, there is the possibility to qualify for a permanent appointment at the client.
Working as a loader/unloader is a job where you can work many hours a week. The standard working hours are between 06:00 and 18:00. In the peak times, during the spring and just before Christmas, there are more shifts. These then start at 9:30 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.
What do we expect from you?
- You are physically fit;
- You don't mind working in shifts;
- Speaking Dutch or English is an advantage, it is not mandatory.
Working via Pollux has a number of advantages:
- Our intercedente will introduce you to the customer, he/she will always be your contact person;
- We are available 24/7 for emergencie;
- Possibility of training;
- A pleasant working environment.
Please note: for people with a nationality from a country that is not a member of the EU or EEA, other rules have been drawn up to work in the Netherlands. For more information, click here
|Hours||38 - 40|
|Salary||€ 10,05 (excluding allowances)|