Productiemedewerker Productionworker

  • Oosterhout
  • MBO
  • Salary indication €13.53-13.54
  • 34 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0044908

About the job

We are looking for a productionworker for the IBC department for Mauser Benelux in Oosterhout.
The pallets with the steel frames are made in the IBC department, in which the cans of 1,000 liters are placed.

You as production employee IBC will be responsible for the following tasks in a day;

  • Assembling the steel pallets;
  • Finishing the steel pallets;
  • Finishing the produced steel frames;
  • Fixing the steel frames on the pallet;
  • Checking the products coming out of the machine;
  • Supply and removal of materials;
  • Supply and removal of the finished product;
  • Solving minor malfunctions;
  • Providing a tidy working environment.

You will work in 5 shifts which means that you will work 6 days in a row (2 morning shifts, 2 afternoon shifts and 2 night shifts) and then you will be off for 4 days.
You will work together with other colleagues here and ensure the correct quality of the end product.

Job requirements

You as a new productionworker meet the following requirements:

  • At least 2 years of work experience in a production environment;
  • Minimum length of 1.80 meters;
  • Completed MBO training in logistics / technology;
  • Likes to roll up your sleeves;
  • You have an eye for detail.

About the company

Mauser Benelux BV belongs to the Mauser Group and is one of the largest European producers of hollow plastic products. Day and night, 24/7 they produce cans, barrels and other hollow products using the blowing process. They do this for the food industry, pharmaceutical industry and chemical industry, using cans and barrels for acids, agricultural pesticides, hospitals and basic raw materials for the rubber paint and plastics industry.

What we offer

If you start at Mauser, we can offer you the following:

  • A full-time position averaging 34.4 hours a week;
  • Contract for at least one year with the prospect of extension;
  • A gross hourly wage of € 13.54;
  • A shift work allowance of 28% on each shift;
  • Travel allowance.

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