Our selection process
Recruiting research talent requires skill and dedication. Our recruiters have all been employed in the academic world and know their way around Academia. This in combination with our proven assessment, assures that the candidate is qualified for the job and fits with the culture in your research group.
How do we work?
We offer a lean and quick professional recruitment process to efficiently select highly competent researchers, and match them to your research environment. Our personal approach to the candidate and client enables us to search and match to each specific need. Our unique assessment qualifies the candidates to the Dutch academic standards and provides insight into their working behavior.
In short; our recruitment service is tailor made to the academic sector and can be personalised to your personal needs. We have an extensive pool of candidates and we unburden your staff by managing the entire selection and recruitment process.
Our personal approach
Effectively attracting qualified candidates globally requires a personal approach. Long distances and different cultures may hinder communication and cause wrong expectations. Therefore, we establish amicable long-term relationships with top universities maintaining contact with the professors and study advisors to inform students about our services. We also give each candidate personal attention, to understand their need, potential and ambitions.
Our pool of candidates
With our active global candidate network, we have a constant pool of available qualified candidates in the following research areas:
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Civil Engineering (materials)
- Aerospace Engineering
- Marine Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nanoscience and Technology
- Computational (Information) Science and Engineering
- Software Technology
- Data Science
- Physical metallurgy
- Physical chemistry
We constantly strive to extend our network to other unexploited continents by mobilizing young talented researchers.