Logistics employee at IDL magazijnmedewerker

  • Den Bosch
  • MBO 1/2
  • Salary indication €10.98-13.18
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0063973

About the job

Does a challenging job within logistics appeal to you and do you want to work full-time in a new warehouse in Den Bosch? Then read on and apply immediately!

For our client ID Logistics in Den Bosch, we are looking for order pickers. As an order picker you will work for the Intratuin stores.
As soon as the products have been delivered by the supplier, you and your colleagues will divide the items over various pallets and then pack them in plastics. Once this has been completed, you will prepare the products for transport using an EPT. During this process you never stand still and no day looks the same!

You will work in a dynamic environment where you will work in two shifts. The working hours are Monday to Friday from 05:45-14:45 and 15:15-00:15.

Job requirements

  • You are available full-time in 2 shifts (05:45-14:45 and 15:15-00:15);
  • You can communicate in English;
  • You are able to perform physical work, because you are standing all day and (also) packing large/heavy products;
  • You have your own transport and your own accommodation nearby Den Bosch;

About the company

ID Logistics is a major logistics and international player and has been around for 20 years! The company has several locations within the Netherlands, but also in the rest of Europe and has the ambition to become even bigger and better known.
You will be working at the new and modern location in Den Bosch. A new warehouse was built here in October last year for the distribution activity for Intratuin, which has 67 stores in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The products you will be working with for Intratuin include tools, home accessories, pet supplies and garden furniture.

IDL Den Bosch is easy to reach by car from Waalwijk, Oss and Tilburg.

What we offer

  • A full-time job in 2 shifts (05:45-14:45 and 15:15-00:15);
  • A gross hourly wage of €10.98.
  • A shift allowance of 20% after 6:00 p.m.
  • A job with a chance w to a contract with the client IDL;
  • You will receive a travel allowance from 10 km one way. Maximum daily allowance €6.42;

Interested? Apply directly and you will be contacted within 48 hours to discuss career opportunities. After you have been on an intake interview and the tour, you can start the same week!


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Start People International Recruitment
Prinsessesingel   22  
5911 HT, Venlo


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