Production employee metal productie

  • Tegelen
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €12.34-15.80
  • 38 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0045007

About the job

Metaal Gieterij Giessen in Tegelen has three departments:
The core factory, the molding line and the finishing department.
Are you interested in technology or a job in production?
Then we would like to invite you for a look behind the scenes of our customer MGG.
After an interesting tour through the factory, we will jointly decide in which department you can best fit with your qualities.

At the core workshop you will be making sand molds.
These sand molds are made by a machine, after which they still have to be processed.
In this process you will be adding parts to the mold and do quality checks and clean the parts according to the work instruction.
You will work at the core shooting machines and ensure that the production process of the sand cores runs smoothly.

These sand cores then go to the second department, the molding line.
Here you are involved in the manufacture of the castings.
The production line is a moving line, where the sand cores are put into boxes, both manually and with the help of a crane.
In this department you may also work at the cutting table, where the castings are loosened from excess aluminum that has been left on during the casting process.

In the last department - the finishing department, you are busy machining/grinding (often heavy) castings.
You can think of grinding, deburring, sawing and coring of the castings.
You do this with the help of different hand tools.
You need some technical insight for this and you are not afraid to get your hands dirty. A handson mentality is needed here!

What is important to know:

  • working at MGG is tough, especially in the beginning. However, you will be well rewarded for this.
  • you work full-time (37.5 hours per week) in a three-shift system from 06.00 - 14.00 / 14.00 - 22.00 / 22.00 - 06.00.
  • if you start working at MGG you must be able to work precizely and be able to use tools responsibly. Safety comes first!

Job requirements

  • you perform well under time pressure and are used to achieving the agreed numbers
  • you have experience with working as a grinder / builder / deburrer / machine operating / production worker or work in production technology
  • you master the Dutch, English or German language
  • you live within a maximum radius of 50 kilometers from Venlo
  • you have your own transport to get to work and you have your own accommodation
  • you are available for work in three shifts and any overtime if asked
  • you can function well in a team, but you can also work independently

About the company

MGG Netherlands has been the specialist in aluminum sand casting for 75 years.
MGG manufactures parts for the automotive and heating industry.
Metaal Gieterij Giesen has two locations in the Netherlands: in Tegelen and Nieuw-Bergen.
A lot of attention is paid to the employee and his development, communication is accessible and the lines are short.
Do you think you can feel at home in this family?
Then respond quickly!

What we offer

  • A good salary of € 15,80 gross per hour including 20% ​​shift work allowance and €0.61 ADV allowance (from 21 years and up)
  • A stable job with the prospect of permanent employment with good performance
  • Training opportunities
  • Travel allowance
  • A full-time job for 37.5 hours a week
  • 8.33% holiday pay
  • 25 vacation days based on 40 hours / week
  • Growth opportunities
  • Parking directly in front of the factory
  • Work in an international, informal environment that offers opportunities.

Are you interested in this vacancy?
Then quickly apply via the "Apply direct" button.

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