Counting King Retail

  • Nijmegen
  • HBO
  • Salary indication €9.00-9.59
  • 12 Hours per week
  • Parttime
  • #1AV0026807

About the job

Are you an accountable person looking for an ultra-flexible function? Then continue reading; this job is counting on you ;-)

As a parttime stock controller at RGIS you could work at least two days a week, preferably on Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. You will become a member of an international team and together you will make sure the stock of several stores and warehouses is up-to-date! You will always start and end your day at Nijmegen Central Station: here your colleagues will pick you up and together you will drive to the right location. Each time you will go to a different location, so you will also see something of the landscape. Some examples of stores and warehouses you will go to are: Kruidvat, Trekpleister, ICI Paris, Media Markt, Intratuin & Tommy Hilfiger.

Of course you will get paid for some travel hours, but you will earn more if you will become a driver! This means you will take care of taking your team to the right location.

It is very important that you count quick and accurate. That's why RGIS hosts a training to help you get started. This training is mandatory and takes place at the head office of RGIS in Nieuwegein (close to Utrecht). We will prepare you for this training by practising a counting test with you during your first interview.

Job requirements

The person we are looking for:

  • Is social and accurate;
  • Lives in or around Nijmegen;
  • Can count quick and like a boss;
  • Is available for at least 2 full days a week on: Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday;

About the company

RGIS stands for Retail Grocery Inventory Services. Since the 1950's RGIS has been counting the stock of local stores in America. They grew up to be a big succes, and now RGIS is counting the inventory of many stores and warehouses in 40 different countries around the world!

What we offer

And what will we offer you?

Well, you can expect:

  • A weekly payment of €9,59 per hour (for 21+);
  • An international team you can count on;
  • 8.33% holiday allowence on top of your salary!
  • For your travel hours you will earn €7,65 (net) after the first 30 minutes.
  • A flexible contract with fixed hours (vast werk).

Are you interested? Click 'solliciteer direct' and upload your cv! We will contact you as soon as possible.

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Vestigings gegevens

ASA Nijmegen
Nassausingel   2  
6511 EV, Nijmegen

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