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Netherlands Graduate Opportunities

Graduate Engineering Careers in The Netherlands

Current Job Opportunities

​Start your international journey!

We are hiring a number of Engineering Graduates for leading companies in Eindhoven in the south of the Netherlands. This is an excellent opportunity to gain international experience and kick-start your Engineering career, while receiving a competitive salary and relocation support.

We have Careers available for Engineering Graduates with a Higher Certificate, Degree or Masters in:

  • Electronics
  • Manufacturing
  • Electrical
  • Mechatronics
  • Mechanical
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Applied Physics 

Our clients are looking to hire a number of newly qualified or recent engineering graduates. These are for roles in world leading high tech/automotive and manufacturing companies based in The Netherlands.


  • Hold an engineering degree in one of the following: Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Mechatronics and Software/Computer Science

  • Have fluent English. 

  • Be eligible to live and work in the Netherlands.

To apply, click on a job above and submit your CV or alternatively, email

Relocation Support

Our partner, Xelvin, offers candidates from abroad a relocation program. This program ensures that international engineers are fully supported in the move to and integration in the Netherlands. You will be assisted with the following:

  • Helping you in the search for housing nearby the site

  • Setting up a Dutch bank account

  • Applying for the BSN number at the Dutch tax office

  • Applying for the Dutch health insurance (everybody who is working in our country needs to apply for our health insurance. Depending on the health package you choose for this will cost around € 100,- up to €120,- per month

  • A basic course in the Dutch language.

Over the last 10 years we have assisted almost 400 engineers kick-start their exciting engineering career with companies such as ASML, Trumpf, DAF, Philips and many more world class organisations.

So how we will help you?

  • Discuss the open opportunities and life in The Netherlands with you

  • Refer your details to set up a potential online interview

  • Assist you with interview preparation and answer any questions you may have during the process from Application to Hire!


"I would like to thank Collins McNicholas for your help and support during the application and interview process.The recruitment process is very well organised. For me personally, looking for job opportunities during my final months in college was extra stressful. This is where your swift and clear communication helped a lot. Thanks for all the material I received from you prior to the interviews. I felt much more confident going into my interviews which allowed me to get the necessary information across to the interviewer and strongly increased my chances of making a good first impression. I would feel this is a key help aspect in which the agency is very successful.

Regarding the interview process itself, for me personally, it was one of the best interview experiences so far. It was very straight forward and on point, with a very individual approach rather than a standard set of questions as often happens.My relocation to the Netherlands went very smooth. I came over with a group of 4 other Irish lads. We were guided through the first week, helped with housing, banking and all other necessary formalities. The support was unbeatable.

I was placed as a Test Engineer with ASML in Eindhoven. I am very impressed with the company – it is highly advanced and so well managed and organised. My role as Test Engineer requires a lot of the skills I developed during my college years which was something I was really looking forward to, to be able to use the skillset gained and at the same time further improve and learn. The company has a fantastic approach to their staff making them feel valuable and important which is an aspect I am highly positive about. There are also some fantastic career progression opportunities with the company.I would highly advise engineering graduates to move to and work in the Netherlands. I feel that it is a great place to start your career. The social aspect is fantastic, I’ve been making new friends almost every single day since coming here which in addition to having a great job really makes the stay here a real pleasure."

- Adrian Garbacz, Graduate of Cork Institute of Technology, Test Engineer, ASML

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