Orderpicking, warehouse job

  • Nijmegen
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €10.84-16.26
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0061898

About the job

As an order picker, you are a part of the warehouse staff team and collect the right goods, which are then loaded according to the schedule. During the first week, you will be trained on the job so that at the end of the week you will be able to achieve the expected productivity. Working days are Monday-Friday, day / afternoon and evening shifts. Thanks to your work, the right office supplies will go to the right customer.
Your shift starts mostly around 12-2 p.m. and finishes around 9-10.30 p.m. Everybody is expected to stay till the end of the shift, because Quantore has a next-day delivery policy. Therefore it is of utmost importance that you are able to commute to and from work, also in the late evening hours.

Job requirements

You are available for work immediately.
Logistics experience is welcome but not required.
You are in good physical shape.
You can work carefully and independently, but you also enjoy working in a group.
You are available 3-5 days a week from 12.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
You speak English or Dutch.
You have your own accommodation near Nijmegen (Beuningen) and transport to work.

About the company

Quantore is a wholesaler of various types of office supplies. The distribution center is located in Beuningen (Nijmegen region) and is easily accessible by car, bicycle or public transport. The company is known for its good working atmosphere and willingly invests in employees.

What we offer

Long-term cooperation at orderpicking department- permanent employment is possible if you have satisfactory results at work.
Work on average for 32 - 40 hours a week.
The gross hourly rate with ADV compensation (over 18) is:

  • Until 18:00: EUR 10.84 gross per hour
  • Between 18:00 and 21:00: 30% of the allowance
  • After 21:00: 50% of the allowance

In addition, you will receive reimbursement of travel expenses (10 km or more), holiday deductions (paid once a year in May), paid holiday days.
You can also choose between weeks and four-week payouts.

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