As a production employee, you unpack aluminum sheets so that they are ready to be treated.
Your new job
With a capacity of 6000 tons per year, you work at one of the largest aluminum companies in the Benelux. The customer is engaged in anodizing a wide range of construction parts and panels in a modern machine park in Etten-Leur. Auxiliary equipment includes special machines to pack, wrap, apply foil or print codes (SG or VEC anodizing) on request.
Your average working day looks like this:
- You arrive at the customer at 5:54 AM, 1:54 PM or 9:54 PM.
- You clock in with your badge, put your things in the locker and start your day.
- You start by unpacking aluminum. Together with your colleagues, you place aluminum objects on the work table and remove the foil.
- Together with your colleagues, you take two 20-minute breaks during the day.
- At 14:00, 22:00 or 06:00 your working day is over and the transport is ready to take you home
Find your new job via Pollux
A job that suits what you want and can do. That's what we help you with. And we have been doing this since 2005. With our head office in Roosendaal and various branches in Europe, we are ready every day. Thousands of job seekers preceded you and work for companies like Ingram Micro. Let's discover the possibilities together.
- Applying yourself is not necessary, we will introduce you to your new employer.
- you have 1 permanent contact person who is always easily accessible.
- respect for everyone is our code word.
- you are central and this appreciation is palpable.
- your well-being is our concern.
Whoever you are, regardless of your origin or age, you are welcome in our team. For this aluminum production employee position:
- you are in good shape, because you have to deal with physical labour.
- you don't mind working in shifts.
- you must speak English.
What do you get from us
Work hard, play hard and we reward it! That is why we offer you for this position:
- a gross hourly wage of €10.48
- bonus of 14% because you will be working in shifts.
- and job for 38 hours a week (Monday – Friday, sometimes Saturday).
- a safe working environment.
- possibility of housing and transport to and from work.