Orderpicker

  • Amsterdam
  • € 12,00 per uur
  • 32 - 40 uur, 4 - 5 dagen per week
  • LBO, MAVO, VMBO

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We are looking for temporary order pickers with production work for a jewelry company in Amsterdam. Work full-time for a salary of 12 euros per hour. Normal office hours and work up until Christmas holidays!

what we offer

Salary of 12,- euros an hour

Temporary job untill the 18 of December

Nice team

Routine work

Every week fresh fruits and snacks

Close to the metro

who you are

You like to tackle! You are accurate. Even when you are working in a routine job, you remain critical.
Order picking and production work are really your kind of job. You are good with computers. In addition, most of your colleagues are English-speaking, So ofcourse you do speak a word of English too.

Too summarize:

  • You speak and read English
  • You like routine work
  • You can work with a computer

what will you do

You will make customers happy! How? Well, you print out the order list from the computer. Then you collect the ordered products and prepare them for packing.
Are all orders ready? Then it's time to pack!

You ensure that the jewelry is put in a gift box with a note. All boxes are placed on the tray to be scanned afterwards. You scan the boxes before packing and getting it ready for shipment.

In brief:

  • You print
  • You collect
  • You wrap
  • You scan
  • You send

where will you work

You will be working in a small warehouse that specializes in jewelry. Especially for the holidays they are looking for extra hands to help with the orders. The warehouse is located in Amsterdam, close to the Sloterdijk metro.
Het is een internationaal team, dus word er op de werkvloer Engels gesproken. Elke week wordt er vers fruit en snacks besteld. Er is een chill hoek om even bij te komen tijdens je pauze.

  • In Amsterdam
  • International
  • English spoken

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Chantal Duijnmaijer & Jordy Oerlemans

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