Job Vacancy Bodywork Employee

We are looking for several full-time employees for our bodywork department. It’s a role with a lot of varied work. Curious about this position? Check out the vacancy.

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What will you do as a bodywork employee?

As a bodywork employee, you can be deployed for either repair work or new construction. Depending on your experience and/or interests, we’ll determine what suits you best, but we prefer to train our employees in a broad range of skills. In the new construction department, we build trailers for various clients. Each client has their own preferences, so this means a lot of variety in your work. This also applies to the repair department because no two damages are the same. The damages we repair are primarily on trailers. Tasks you’ll perform when repairing damages include dent removal, sanding, gluing, and welding.

Don’t have experience but are you handy and think the above tasks suit you? We have plenty of opportunities to train you! Our bodywork team is a close-knit and motivated team. Can you already see yourself working with us? We certainly can!

What we offer you

A full-time contract for 40 hours a week

25 vacation days and 13 ATV (reduction of working hours) days for full-time employees

A one-year contract with the possibility of a permanent position

A gross salary ranging from €2,600 to €3,250 per month, based on a full-time contract and depending on your experience and age

Various training opportunities

What to expect?

Working at Müller ETTC means working for a family business with a supportive and open work environment. Our employees are highly experienced in their field and stay up to date with the latest developments through continuous training.

As a bodywork employee, you can develop your skills broadly and gain experience in various areas. Who wouldn’t want that? Our bodywork workshop is open on weekdays from 08:00 to 17:00. You’ll be working in a close-knit and friendly team, so contact Hilde Elderink or Coen Ligtenberg now for more information.

How does your workday look like?

  • 07:45

    Start of your workday.

    Upon arrival, you change into your work clothes and greet your colleagues. You grab a cup of coffee and review the schedule for today.

  • 08:00

    Damage Repair

    You begin by assembling a vehicle according to the specific requirements of the customer. This involves mounting various parts and carefully adjusting to the customer’s preferences.

  • 10:15

    Assisting Colleague

    A colleague needs help with a challenging task. You step in and provide support as needed, making the work more efficient.

  • 11:30

    Damage Repair

    After assisting your colleague, you continue with your own assignment. You work on perfecting the vehicle assembly and ensure precise finishing.

  • 12:30

    Lunch Break

    Time for a well-deserved break! You enjoy lunch with your colleagues and recharge for the rest of the day.

  • 13:00

    Finishing Up the Last Damage

    You retrieve necessary parts from the warehouse and update the work order. This helps maintain overview and ensures the process remains structured.

  • 14:00

    New Construction

    You start working on bringing in a new trailer to mount pallet crates. You ensure precise placement and secure attachment, paying attention to quality and safety.

  • 17:00

    End of the Workday!

    With a sense of accomplishment, you conclude the workday. You’ve once again made a valuable contribution to vehicle assembly and meeting customer-specific requirements. Tomorrow brings a new day full of challenges and opportunities!

Are you interested?

Send your CV with a clear motivation to For questions or more information about the position, please contact Coen Ligtenberg at the following telephone number:

+31 (0) 548 855 558

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