Eindhoven - laundry facility (wasserij)

  • Eindhoven
  • VMBO
  • Salary indication €1779
  • 36 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0007007

About the job

Working as a production worker at the packing department in an industrial laundry brings the following responsibilities:

  • Placing the carts with the wash into allocated locations
  • Preparing clean laundry for shipment
  • Sorting clean laundry and making sure it's ready for dispatch
  • Light adminstrative work

Job requirements

Our expectations for the suitable candidate:

  • You are available for work Mo-Fri
  • You speak, read and write Dutch
  • You can perform physical and repetitive work for the whole day
  • You are able to work with targets and in a fast-paced industrial enviroment
  • You are a teamplayer but at the same time are able to work independently
  • You own a car/bike and have private accommodation in Eindhoven

About the company

CleanLease is a professional laundry service that has specialized in cleaning and renting out high-quality textiles for more than 100 years.
Since 1910 CleanLease has grown into a leading service provider for hospitals, healthcare and hospitality segments in the Netherlands and Belgium.

What we offer

  • You will work full-time FOUR DAYS A WEEK from 6:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m (36h/wk) or 8:30-7:00 p.m. (38h/week)
  • One hour break
  • You will become a member of an enthusiastic team with good career opportunities at different departments
  • Travel costs from 5 km retourn journey at 0.14 per kilometer with a maximum of 30 km
  • €10.80 gross per hour (21+), after 6 weeks a pay raise to €11,16
  • Working days are from Monday to Friday

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Vestigings gegevens

Start People International Recruitment
Prinsessesingel   22  
5911 HT, Venlo


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Frequently asked questions

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You are more than welcome at our office in Venlo, where our recruiters can talk to you in either Dutch, English, German and/or Polish.
If you work via Start People it is possible to, I some cases,  use one of our collective health insurance policies. However, if you want to stay in The Netherlands for a longer period of time, we advise you to arrange health insurance yourself.  
Some companies we work with only offer day shifts, but the most companies offer several shifts (morning-, day and night shifts). It is often not possible to work structurally in one specific shift.
Unfortunately, one of these three languages is required to find a job via Start People. It is important that you can communicate with our colleagues and your manager at work.
Yes, you can choose between a weekly or a 4-weekly payment of your salary.
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