• 03 december 2019
  • vacaturenummer: 170006

Every day thousands of letters are sent throughout the Netherlands. This requires a good logistics process. You can be part of this. Become a Mail Sorter at PostNL, the largest postal company in the Netherlands.

What do we offer you?

  • A fulltime job as a Mail Sorter at the largest postal company in the Netherlands;
  • During Christmas and New Year's Eve you’ll work in a fun environment according to theme;
  • Good guidance and a good induction program in your first working week;
  • A travel allowance;
  • A salary of € 14.74 gross per hour (from 21 years and older).

What are you going to do?
As a mail sorter you work in a team in the PostNL sorting centers in Nieuwegein. The post that comes in is done in a machine that sorts everything on the city, district and street. The mail that can’t be sorted by the machine can be sorted by hand. In order to be able to provide mail to everyone in time, the sorting centers are open 5 days a week.

You will work form Monday night till Friday night form 00:30 till 5:30. In the weeks 50, 51 and 52 you will work different hours.

Who are you?
It is important that the right mail reaches the right people. As a Mail Sorter, it is therefore very important that you work accurately. In addition, this job requires flexibility and you like working together with many colleagues.

Working at PostNL
PostNL is an essential link between senders and recipients of mail and parcels, between the physical and the online world in the Netherlands. They enable communication between people and companies in all possible ways. Post NL consists around 46,000 employees, three segments, and they work in thirteen countries on three continents. You can become part of this. Join the team!

Will you be the new PostNL Mail sorter in Utrecht? Be quick and apply directly via the application button! Do you have a question? Call, mail or app (06-10818304) and contact us via the contact details below.

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