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NOW we have new positions for our client as ORDER PICKERS.
What your job will involve
The job of an order picker involves picking orders placed online. Using a hand-held scanner, you pick orders (for products such as yoghurt, cheese, cold meat, fruit, vegetables, and beverages) in a logical and orderly manner in a cold (-2/+4°C) or warm (+15°C) room. You check products for quality and best-before dates. The products picked by you are collected by the customer at a pick-up point or delivered directly to their home. You move around the facility on foot.
About the employer
Founded in 1887, Albert Heijn is one of the leading supermarket chains in the Netherlands, currently including over 900 stores. The company also offers an online shopping option, which is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the business in the time of the pandemic. The e-commerce staff make sure that purchases arrive at the customer’s home on time. The company employs more than 100,000 staff from various countries.
– Stable and legal work with a Dutch contract.
– Assistance provided by a Polish consultant working in the Netherlands.
– Holiday and leave allowance.
– Shift allowances.
– Attractive allowance for drivers.
– Free transport to and from work.
– Possible promotion to buddy, team leader or truck driver.
– Opportunity to take Dutch lessons.
– In-house (agency office) at the workplace, where you can make arrangements for your work schedule, accommodation, and financial issues.
– Employee canteen.
– Wages paid every week into the employee’s account (except the first one, which you will receive after 2 weeks);
– We offer paid accommodation and health insurance.
– Access to the myHolland platform, where you can find your documents and the information you need.
– € the gross hourly rate is 13.08 €/h (12.10 € + 0.98 € ADV) (no minimum wage per age system).
– € after 13 weeks, the pay increases to 14.01 €/h (12.96 € + 1.05 € ADV).
– € night shift after (work after 10 p.m.) paid at 150% of the basic rate.
– € work on Sundays and public holidays paid at 150%.
– € driver’s allowance 25 €/week.
– Communicative knowledge of English – you will receive all instructions in this language.
– Availability for long-term work due to a 5-week training period.
– Flexibility and willingness to work shifts, 7 days a week (days off are changeable).