Work as

Electrical Technician Material Handling

at AWL!

40 hours
MBO 3/4
Keplerstraat, 5, 3846 CN, Harderwijk, Netherlands


What do we expect?

  • You have mbo 4 diploma in electrical engineering or similar;
  • Reading E-plan drawings is no problem for you;
  • You are able to resolve faults and problems quickly;
  • You are willing to travel internationally;
  • You have good communication skills and mastery of both Dutch and English (knowledge of German is a plus).

What do we offer:

  • A good salary between €2.900 and €3.700 per month;
  • A challenging work environment in which you can develop yourself;
  • A suitable (secondary) benefits package (according to the Collective Labour Agreement for the Metalelektro) with 27 days' holiday and 13 ADV days;
  • A generous net daily allowance for working abroad.


Priya Jhorai - Bholasingh

Priya Jhorai - Bholasingh

Ask me a question!

We are looking for a driven Electrical Technician with a passion for high-tech machine building.

With expertise and accuracy, you will be responsible for the electrical assembly of components, sensors and cabling in our Material Handling machines. Always with attention to the highest quality standards, because that is what we stand for! 
Within our Material Handling business unit, we are developing a completely new business unit for AWL. We focus on maximising automation and working on solutions that bring the future of logistics!

But that’s not all! Together with our enthusiastic project team, you will ensure that our machines are transported smoothly and successfully commissioned at locations around the world.

This will be your day

7:30 You will start the day with a morning meeting at the project. Here you will discuss the work and challenges for the working day after which you will get to work building machines with the project team.
10:00 Time to start preparing for an external job! After a brief consultation with the project team, you start collecting the required materials and prepare them for shipment.
13:00 During your work, you discover a problem that is going to hamper progress. You discuss this with your Chief Engineer or Project Coordinator. You make a ticket and describe the issue in it, after which you follow it up.
16:00 The day flies by and it's time to clean up. You ensure a cleaned-up workplace so you can start the next working day fresh.
16:15 Time to wash hands and go home!

Your tasks:

70% Building projects
15% Placing projects with customers
10% Commissioning & optimising machines
5% Other
Your choice: Your strengths: Introduction