Help finding a vacancy

Finding a new job on is very simple. Type one or more keywords in the search bar (such as position, knowledge or location) and choose “find!” You are immediately presented with a list of suitable jobs. The keywords you enter will be compared with the fields "position", "description" and "location" in the database. The content of these fields can vary a lot because they accept free text. I.e. the "location" field can read "Amsterdam", "west of NL" or "Randstad".

These operators help you find your way through the database:

Smart searching by means of dropdown menus

On the page 'smart search' you'll find dropdown menus that help you specify you search query. Pick an option in one or more menus and hit the search button. Typing in keywords in the search bar before hitting the search button results in an even more specified result. You can choose from several options such as maximum working-hours per week, desired rate and to show only vacancies newer than a specific date.

"+" and "-"

If you search using multiple keywords the hits will always contain at least one of the keywords. Naturally the vacancy best fitting your keywords will appear on top of the list starting with the newest ones. If you precede a key word with a "+" all hits will contain that specific word. Keywords preceded with a "-" will result in hits that don't contain the marked keyword.

Note: 250 hits maximum

All searches with the search engine result in a maximum of 250 hits. If your keywords result in more than 250 hits, you need to narrow the search down. You can use "+" or "-" or use more specific key words. The database doesn't make a distinction between capitals and undercast; "SAP" results in the same hits as "sap".

Dutch speaking required?

Some of the jobs in our database are only meant for Dutch native speakers. Vacancies stated in Dutch are often only meant for Dutch speakers. Job postings stated in English can usualy be executed both by Dutch and foreign specialists, unless stated otherwise.