Assisting driver CE

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As an CE driver in the electricity sector, you are responsible for the transport of light poles. If several poles need to be brought to the yards, you are the one who brings them. There is a team waiting for you to put the poles in the ground, but you are also expected to help the technician. The technician / earthworker removes the pole from the ground, together you put the pole back and the technician connects the cables. You do this with the help of a car loading crane.

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The company you will work for is an electrical engineering company that attaches importance to quality, safety and teamwork. You will end up in a family business (already third generation!) consisting of more than 250 employees. They provide challenging and varied tasks, with room for growth thanks to internal and external training. You work in daytime hours, 40 hours a week. This means that you have 12 days of extra vacation days in 1 year! After a successful period through Axintor Interim, you can count on a permanent contract with a competitive remuneration package.

Social security:

  • Holiday pay
  • End-of-year bonus
  • Retirement contribution
  • Child benefit
  • Medical insurance
  • Workplace accident insurance
What else can you expect from Axintor Interim?

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 onboardingĀ 
  • A job coach who speaks your language
  • A coordinator for support with smooth integration


For this position we are looking for someone with a CE driving license. You will be working with a loader crane, so some experience with this is a plus, not a must because this can be learned. It is important that you are eager to learn this. You have no problem working outside since you will be working outside all day.

  • Driver License: C+E
  • Working experience: Less than 2 years


  • Sector: Electricity, Electrical installations
  • Job domain: Electricity
  • Function: Assisting driver CE
  • Location: Jabbeke
  • Regime: Day work
  • Duration of employment: Full time
  • Statute: Blue-collar worker
  • Hours each week: 40

Axintor Interim: our advantages

  • Proper payment terms
  • Transportation provided
  • Comfortable accommodation

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