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TIG MIG MAG Welder

ENGNR. Technical BV

Information about the position

  • Place of work: Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands
  • Basic wage component (gross) and other rewards: 2 000 EUR/month
  • Start date: January 2021
  • Contract type: full-time

Job description, responsibilities and duties

Do you have experience as welder? Do you have valid 136/138/141 certificates? Do you know English and / or Dutch? Do you want to work in the Netherlands and earn good money?
DON'T WAIT ▶ ️ APPLY NOW!

Send your CV and develop your career with ENGNR.!

We also invite you to our official website: https://engnr.nl/

WORKPLACE: BERGEN OP ZOOM or ZEVENBERGEN or OSS (depends on the job offer and your skills), THE NETHERLANDS

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• welding steel / stainless steel / black steel / aluminium
• being able to work from technical drawings
• working both with big and small elements elements

REQUIREMENTS:
• experienced TIG MIG MAG welder (over 3 years)
• can work independently
• quick adaptation to changing working conditions
• diligence and responsibility
• the desire to develop
• communicative English and / or Dutch
• valid driving license would be nice

WE OFFER:
• work in one of the biggest car companies in the Netherlands
• great atmosphere
• stable employment based on an employment contract
• care of the coordinator throughout the employment period
• salary: up to 650 € / week (40h)
• possible overhours
• accommodation up to € 125 / week and insurance up to € 27.5 / week
• assistance in completing the formalities related to the trip

Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

Secondary with school-leaving examination

Language skills

English - Intermediate (B1)

Driving licence

B

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Brief description of the company

ENGNR. stands for engineer, which is exactly the target group of our organization. We link ambitious engineers to companies that want to take a step forward.

It is difficult for companies to be up to date with the latest technological changes. Certainly because the supply of professional engineers in technology is limited. And on the other hand, professionals look for assignments that challenge them. Not every day work, but jobs that make them think! This way we let our professionals excel – together we make sure companies and employees grow along.