As an order picker you are responsible for collecting orders and packing the medical products.
Together with the team and the coordinator you start the day. You discuss briefly how the day went and which orders need to be prepared for shipment today. You make sure that on the day itself all orders leave on time.
You work from Monday to Friday between:
- 07:00 and 16:00 or
- 08:00 and 17:00 hours or
- 09:00 and 18:00 hours or
- 10:00 and 19:00 hours
Waar ga je werken?
DHL Supply Chain in Nijmegen is also called the Life Sciences & Health Care Campus. The campus includes 44,000 m2 warehouse where all kinds of medical materials are stored and packed in different temperature zones. From the campus, DHL provides the storage of medical products and worldwide distribution for pharmaceutical companies.
Wat vragen wij?
- You have a good command of Dutch and/or English
- You are available for at least 24 hours a week (preferably more)
- In connection with hygiene and the type of products you may not wear fake eyelashes / fake nails while working.
- You can provide a VOG (Certificate of Good Behavior)
- You may not be registered in the Logistical Sector Warning Register.
You will attend a 4-hour introductory training course on Wednesday or Thursday, followed by a test. You need to pass this test to be able to start.
- Gross hourly wage starting at € 11.15 and paid weekly or monthly.
- A travel allowance of € 0,16 per kilometer.
- An allowance of 30% in the evening
- An allowance of 50% on Saturdays
- 8.33% vacation allowance and 25 days vacation (when working full time).
- After 8 weeks of work you will be added to the pension fund, and
- Personal development: during your contract you have access to Adecco Academy, with online training and courses.
If you are interested, please leave your details quickly via the application button? Still have questions? Then please call 0628914661