Warehouse employee Nissan

  • Amsterdam
  • MBO
  • Salary indication €1,963-1,964
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0060296

About the job

Have you always wanted to work in an impressive warehouse as an orderpicker and are you fulltime available? Are you looking for stability and would you like to be part of one of the largest car manufacturers in the world? Keep on reading!

As a warehouse employee at Nissan, you and your colleagues ensure an optimal availability of car parts for different dealers. In addition, you are involved in:

  • Collecting customer orders (this can be on foot and/or by truck);
  • Unpack and place parts in the racks;
  • You are responsible for checking the quality of the parts;
  • Keeping the workplace clean;
  • Various warehouse activities.

Job requirements

We ask the following from you:

  • A full time availability;
  • You are used to physically demanding work;
  • You are quality-oriented and you work accurately;
  • Distinguishing between different part numbers is no problem for you;
  • Fluent in Dutch and/or English;
  • You can obtain a VOG (Certificate of Good Conduct) without any problems.

In addition, we ask for flexibility in working hours:
08:00 to 16:30
10:00 to 18:30
14:30 to 23:00
Everyone normally works the day shift from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, but Nissan expects you to be flexible in the other shifts.

About the company

Nissan has a warehouse in Amsterdam Westpoort (near Sloterdijk station) and is greeting 16 football fields. Every day, 13 different teams ensure that the dealers are provided with the right car parts within 24 hours.

Within the company there is an informal working atmosphere where collaboration and performance are central. We are looking for employees who want to work full-time for a long period of time.

What we offer

We offer you permanent work (you work 40 hours a week) and you will receive a temporary employment contract in phase A with a view to a long-term employment. In addition, we offer you the following employment conditions:

  • €11.33 gross per hour;
  • Travel allowance from 1 km;
  • Good allowances for working in the different shifts;
  • 8% accrual holiday allowance;
  • 25 vacation days for fulltime work;
  • Loyal client with the possibility to grow in the future

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Vestigings gegevens

Start People Inhouse Services - Amsterdam
Paalbergweg   2   -4
1105 AG, Amsterdam

amsterdaminhouse@startpeople.nl
0203118705

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