Warehouse employee Heijen

  • Gennep
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €1,747
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0039753

About the job

As orderpicker at Foot Locker are the main tasks:

  • Scan barcodes with scanner on loading list and pallets/boxes
  • Loading and unloading of containers and trailers
  • Checking and wrapping pallets
  • Other warehouse activities.

We have options for 24 till 40 hours in the week, fulltime and parttime. Between 6:00-22:00
And we also looking for people they can work every Saturday at Foot Locker as orderpicker of warehouse employee.
This is work for the future!

Job requirements

You have an orderly working attitude and communication skills
Dedicated, hard working, dynamic, energetic, careful, respectful
Flexible to work in shifts and willing to stay extra hours if necessary.
You can come to Heijen independently, by car or bicycle.
Also easy to do by bus from Nijmegen!

You can work between 6:00-22:00 from Monday till Friday and also you can work sometimes on Saturday.
You are at least 17 years old.

About the company

Foot Locker - European distribution center in Heijen.

What we offer

Whenn you work at Foot Locker you get

  • Salary weekly;
  • Very good career opportunities;
  • A pleasant team;
  • Travel expenses from the first kilometer €0.19;
  • Discount options a few times a year;
  • Free account at GoodHabitz

Do you want more information: call 0485-550747 or sent a email: footlocker.gennep@startpeopl.nl

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Vestigings gegevens

Start People Nijmegen XL
Nassausingel   2  
6511 EV, Nijmegen


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