- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in the field of Human Resources or similar
- An excellent command of English and Italian (both at least C1-level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
- Availability of 40 hours per week
- A Dutch work permit that is valid for at least nine months or EU-citizenship
- A Certificate of Good Conduct (Verklaring Omtrent Gedrag or VOG) that shows you have not committed any criminal offences
- Knowledge of Dutch HR practises would be an added advantage
Multiple language capabilities are added benefits, the same goes for working experience in HR. Living in or near Terneuzen, Hoek, Middelburg or Bergen op Zoom is a bonus, but not mandatory!