Warehouse worker Media Markt

  • Etten-Leur
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €10.98-13.17
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0055725

About the job

IDL invests in the growth of their employees, in order to make sure they want to stay with the company for a long time. At the moment we are recruiting for IDL in Etten-Leur. In this warehouse you will work in two shifts.


  • Picking and packing products for Media Markt
  • Stocking up products
  • Replacing goods
  • Working with voice picking or hand picking systems
  • Picking products in the indicated aisles
  • Printing stickers from the system and labelling of the packages

Job requirements

  • You wish to work in a an advanced distribution centre
  • You are super eager to learn, motivated and want to grow. As an order picker you can possibly grow to a forklift/reach truck driver
  • You have an eye for detail and work very precisely
  • You can work well according to the rules and do not deviate from work instructions
  • You are available to work in shifts between 07.00 and 01.00 hour
  • You are someone who seizes every opportunity, because we like to invest in people
  • You do not like to sit still and you have an active role in performing other activities
  • You are physically able to perform work manually and standing (on-going)
  • You can speak, read and write English
  • You have your own accommodation nearby Breda (Etten-Leur) and transport to work

About the company

IDL Etten-Leur is an international enterprise that offers full service logistic solutions in the areas such as: customs, transport, warehousing and Value Added Services.

What we offer

  • Gross hourly rate: €10,98 per hour gross + shift allowance after 6.00 p.m.
  • Travel allowance for a travel distance above 10 kilometers.
  • 25 paid leave days a year
  • 8,33% holiday allowance paid out once a year
  • Positive working environment

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