Schoneveld Breeding is keen to invest in its future employees. We therefore offer internships and final project opportunities in various fields, at differing levels, within our various departments and locations.
For students in vocational training (vmbo), we can usually offer practical work experience during which you can learn the whole process from seed to seed.
For students in senior secondary vocational education (mbo) and for 1st and 2nd year university of applied sciences students, we generally offer internships during which the students gain practical experience of our processes and learn more about the Schoneveld Breeding organisation. These are often general internships where the main aim is to learn a number of basic skills. We almost always have opportunities for this type of internship. For 3rd and 4th year students at senior secondary vocational level, as well as university students looking for final projects for their bachelor’s and master’s we have specific internship opportunities during which more in-depth work and independence is expected. For the learning process we consider it important that the trainee can see results of the work that they do, and that the trainee has the opportunity to make adjustments where appropriate. We therefore endeavour to define internships with a clear starting point and final goal and according to the time available.
If you are interested in an internship or final university assignment within Schoneveld Breeding, please mail us a short letter and your CV, stating your interests, the start date, duration and scope (how many days per week) of your internship.
If you have any questions, please contact Bert Pepping, HR manager. Our telephone number is +31 571 27 17 17. Or ask your question or send your letter via e-mail to email@example.com.
Op dit moment hebben we de volgende openstaande vacatures:
- Vacancy: International Growing advisor (Region Asia) (reageren t/m 18 September 2017)
- Vacancy: Head Grower, Tanzania (reageren t/m 18 September 2017)
- Vacancy: Area Manager China (reageren t/m 17 November 2017)