Do you keep your eyes open above and below water and does state-of-the-art maritime technology fascinate you beyond measure? From deep under water to high in the air, at Van Oord you can indulge your dreams. Apply now for the role of Surveyor!
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In the rol of Project Manager Nederland you are responsible for realizing the most beautiful and challenging hydraulic engineering projects on Dutch soil.
In the role of Worksmanager Nederland you contribute to the realization of the most beautiful and challenging hydraulic engineering projects on Dutch soil.
Are you an experienced organizer with an eye for people, technology and processes? Do you enjoy varied work, do you have a clear writing style and do you like to make an important contribution to innovative and challenging projects within Van Oord?
Are you looking for a challenging role in which you can push your workplanning skills to it's maximum?
Do you want to broaden your experience into dredging, coastal- and harbor works or infrastructure projects? Will you present the best offers together with your tender team? Are you an experienced Tender Manager and ready to boost your career?
Talent Acquisition focuses on the search and selection of external talents for Van Oord. In addition, Talent Acquisition is responsible for the Employer Branding of our organisation in the labor market.
A varied and challenging position in which you are responsible for installing, maintaining and managing hydrographical survey equipment.
Are you an enthusiastic civil engineer and would you like to ensure that Lelys heritage is secured for many decades?
Are you a passionate civil engineer, and do you also want Lelys heritage to live on long into the future?