Inventory employee parttime

  • Leeuwarden
  • HBO
  • Salary indication €9.70-12.12
  • 8 Hours per week
  • Parttime
  • #1AV0033438

About the job

We are searching for part-time inventory employees for one of our clients. When you are an inventory employee you will get a hand scanner and you are responsible for counting the stock from different stores.
You will usually be working two or three days a week. The day starts in the afternoon between 12:00-14:00. You and your colleagues assemble in Leeuwarden behind the central station. You will drive to the store as a driver with the other colleagues where you are going to count the inventory. The transportation is fully arranged by RGIS. You will work together with 5 to 25 people. You will start counting the products with your hand scanner as soon as you arrive at the store. You will drive back to Leeuwarden with your colleagues when you counted the inventory. The time the workday ends can vary, but most of the time you will be back later in the evening.

Job requirements

  • You are a very reliable person and you like to work accurately;
  • You have an availability for four days a week;
  • You live in Leeuwarden;
  • For you It is not problem to travel for your job;
  • You have a drivers licence.

About the company

The company is known worldwide for the services they offer to retail organizations. RGIS is active in 40 different countries. RGIS has many offices, 200 to be precisely. RGIS mainly focuses on stock inventory.

What we offer

  • A very flexible planning which is based on your schedule;
  • A very flexible side job which is very adaptable to your schedule;
  • A working environment that is very pleasant;
  • A travel allowance when you travel more than 30 minutes;
  • A salary of €9,70 per hour.

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Vestigings gegevens

ASA Groningen
Boumaboulevard   390  
9723 ZT, Groningen

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