Production employee 3 shifts productiemedewerker

  • Oosterhout
  • MBO 1/2
  • Salary indication €13.82-17.69
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0063682

About the job

Are you motivated and flexible? And don't you mind working in 3 shifts? Then quickly read this vacancy!

For Mauser Benelux B.V. in Oosterhout we are looking for production employees who want to work in 3 shifts. You are responsible for the production of plastic cans and barrels. Your working day will consist of the following activities:

  • Turning lids and caps on the barrels;
  • Stacking or moving the barrels;
  • Carrying out quality checks on the products;
  • Fixing any malfunctions on the machines.

Job requirements

Requirements:

  • you have experience in production;
  • You have technical insight;
  • You are immediately available and flexible;
  • You don't mind working in 3 shifts;
  • You have your own transport and your own accommodation nearby Oosterhout

About the company

Mauser Benelux BV belongs to the Mauser Group and is one of the largest European producers of hollow plastic products. Mauser produces cans, barrels and other hollow products using the extrusion process. The barrels are used in the chemical industry and for the rubber paint and plastic industry.

What we offer

We offer:

  • A gross salary of €17.69 per hour (including shift allowance)
  • Work in 3 shifts, you will receive a shift allowance of 28%.
  • payouts in a weekly or 4-week system to choose from.
  • 25 paid holiday days per year and 8.33% holiday bonus

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Start People International Recruitment
Prinsessesingel   22  
5911 HT, Venlo

irvenlo@startpeople.nl
0773204907

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