As a weaver, you will ensure that your weaving loom can remain productive. You operate on the machine and ensure that no malfunctions can occur. When there's a problem, you report to the maintenance technician
You will work for a company in the textile sector. Training is provided and if you are eager to learn, there is a possibility to learn other techniques such as shaving and fixing the machines. You will receive an attractive salary package.Social security:
- Holiday pay
- End-of-year bonus
- Retirement contribution
- Child benefit
- Medical insurance
- Workplace accident insurance
After finding a good job for you, we will ensure a nice stay in Belgium. Once in Belgium you can count on personal help from our coordinator and job coaches. With the 'MyAxintor app' we inform you during the cooperation about everything you need to know.
- Correct weekly payment in line with Belgian regulations
- Comfortable accommodation
- Friendly onboarding
- A job coach who speaks your language
- A coordinator for support with smooth integration
RequirementsYou have nimble, fast fingers. You want to work in a 2-shift system (5 AM - 1 PM and 1 PM - 9 PM). You speak English or French.
- Driver License: B
- Working experience: Less than 2 years
- Sector: Textile
- Job domain: Textile
- Function: Weaver
- Location: Deerlijk
- Regime: Two shift system
- Duration of employment: Full time
- Statute: Blue-collar worker
- Hours each week: 38
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