Production work, productiemedewerker

  • Tiel
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €1900-2100
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0007277

About the job

The Recticel company in Kesteren produces mattresses made of polyurethane foam. Foam blocks, which are often 20 meters long, are processed with cutting machines. The foam form and density depends on the use in specific mattresses. They might be different from each other in terms of softness and purpose. The next step in the production process is folding the smaller sections into the entire mattress. After that the foam is formed, the canvas is applied and sewn by machine. When the mattress is ready, the quality control process begins and the finished product is prepared for shipment. Apart from production work, there are also logistic work in a warehouse or when transporting products between departments.

Job requirements

Job requirements:

  • to work in a shift system you must be at least 18 years old,
  • to start cooperation, you need your own accommodation in the Kesteren area and your own transport to work,
  • the work is scheduled for full-time, so availability of full-time work is required,
  • knowledge of English or Dutch is mandatory,
  • work motivation.

About the company

Recticel is an international company and its Dutch part is located in the city of Kesteren. The branch in Kesteren produces mattresses of various brands, and also supplies its customers with high-quality semi-finished polyurethane foam products.
The Recticel in Kesteren is easy to get from the surrounding towns as Nijmegen, Tiel, Utrecht and Wageningen.
Are you curious how foam is made and what are the differences in density or application? Check it out here:

What we offer

We offer our employees:

  • a rate of € 12.14 gross per hour for a two-shift work (the rate includes shift allowance and ADV),
  • travel additional up to € 7.45 net for a distance of more than 30 km,
  • access to the GoodHabbitz portal with over 100 online courses and training,
  • full-time work with the possibility of receiving a permanent contract directly from the client.

If you are interested, click the Apply directly button and send us your CV! If you have any more questions, call us on 0031 77 320 4907 and ask for Wojciech, I will be happy to help :)

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