1260 – Injection Mold Machine Operator
We are urgently looking for an experienced Injection Mold Machine Operator!
Company produces products in the field of plastic injection molding for the food and aerospace industry. They have their own tool making and injection molding department. Work is done in a small and tight team.
Requirements: You can install the molds, start up and guide the injection molding machines. You are also able to uninstall the molds as well as start up robot handling. You are familiar with Stork and Krauss Maffei injection molding machines and the raw materials PC, PBT and PA. You work independently. You have at least a few years experience in this kind of work. You can work well within a team and have a flexible and positive attitude.
It involves shift work (early and late shift) between 06.00 and 23.00 hours. Possible long term job for the right candidate. Company is based above Hilversum (about half hour drive from Amsterdam) in the Netherlands. Candidates that bring/have their own motorised transport are preferred.
UK residents will get a British contract (weekly pay). Other EU residents will get a Dutch contract (we can only employ EU residents!). You can find our general information below this message. Wages can be discussed after the first contact.
If interested, please send your CV and possible questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org and include in you answer where you are residing now, what your earliest could be and if you could bring a car over.
If you have other experience within an injection molding company, like making/assembling/repairing the injection molds (mold/tool maker) combined with using/programming CNC controlled centres with Heidenhain/Hypermill/Solid works and are also experienced with EDM/spark erosion etc. we are very interested in receiving your CV as well as there are more vacancies at this company and we might be able to match you with those.
General information when working in The Netherlands:
All mentioned pay rates are only applicable if you have a British National Insurance number, can proof you are (still) residing in the UK (with recent utility bills, council tax documents etc) and preferably a British passport. Else we need to employ you on the Dutch system and due to higher taxes in The Netherlands, the net pay will be less but there are other benefits that aren’t available for people working on the British system. We can only employ EU-residents!
All starters (with proof of British residency) will get a contract from employer, who is based in England.
To have own transport (car preferably) is a bonus because there will not always be (affordable) accommodation available close to the company.
We will find accommodation for you. For the initial period this is normally a guesthouse, room in a shared house etc. and prices vary between 18 and 28 euro p/night which you have to pay for yourself. When the contract is more secure we can help you find more permanent and often cheaper accommodation.
Regarding travel to The Netherlands we like you to arrange and pay for your flight/ferry/train yourself. After 80 hours of work we will pay a maximum of 100 Euro’s back towards the costs for your travel (inclusive ferry/flight/train/petrol etc). For this we need a flight/ferry/train booking confirmation, petrol receipts etc. Without receipts we can not reimburse anything.
All candidates must speak/understand the English language to at least a reasonable level. If you speak/understand (some) Dutch as well this is a bonus; so if you do please make sure you mention this to us.
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