bones and fatty animal by-products from slaughterhouses, cutting plants and
butchers and transform them into high-quality animal fats and proteins for
animal feed, petfood, oleo chemistry, bio-diesel and fertilizer industry.
part of the LIPA Family, a group of 11 companies active in production and
recycling of both animal as well as vegetable oils, fats and proteins.
You are responsible for the
collection of animal by-products from slaughterhouses, the meat industry and
butchers(this are stored in containers which u have to load in de truck
manually, sometimes heavy containers, containers has wheels )
You take care of the transport to
our site in Bavegem and you are responsible for unloading the goods (unloading
is also manually);
You take care of the administration
of your loads;
After unloading the cargo you are
responsible for a thorough cleaning of the trailer.
You will have your own truck which
you have to keep in good condition and very clean.
Your uniform from the company has to
be also very clean kept
You are a worker and you are
involved in what you do.
You show respect for customers,
colleagues and the material entrusted to you.
You speak English fluently.
You have a C driving license and the
necessary professional competence certificates.
You are prepared to work between
6:00 AM and 4:00 PM. The driving times can vary depending on the route, the
volume and the time of collection. We expect that you can handle this flexibly.
- Fully legal employment according to Belgian law among which social security, health insurance, building up the right for a Belgian pension
- Salary 11.85 € gross/hour+availibylity + meal vouchers
- Furnished accommodation - single rooms, unlimited internet, water, gas and electricity included - payable 72€/week
- Refund of transport cost to Belgium up to 125€ after four work weeks
- end of year bonus - 8,33% of gross yearly salary
- Holiday bonus - 15,38% of gross yearly salary
- Child benefits for every child
- Transportation provided (depending on distance from accommodation)
- Guidance from our multilingual coordinators