Do you speak multiple languages, for example, one of the following languages; German, French, Flemish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Spanish and Italian. We are more than happy to help you with the search and landing of your dream job. 

We have vacancies in different fields, for example:

  • Customer Service 
  • Order management
  • Technical Support
  • Telesales
  • Outbound Market Research
  • Inside Sales
  • Sales / Account management
  • Tourism/Travel industry
  • Supply Chain
  • Logistics

Most of our jobs are full-time, but we also have part-time opportunities. The companies we recruit for are active in a variety of sectors, from the tourism industry to the pharmaceutical sector. The aspect that applies to all positions is the language skill set that’s needed, so usually, the vacancies are client or customer oriented. If you like working with customers, in a service, sales or administrative role, then we are sure to be able to find something of your liking.

In order to qualify for our multilingual jobs, you need to speak one of the above-stated languages on a (near-)native level. Additionally, you need to be fluent in either Dutch or English. 

Many of the employers whom we work with offer English-speaking jobs. We listed some of them below. If you want to check out all the employers we recommend checking the full overview of all English vacancies

Are you curious about available jobs in the vicinity of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Den Haag/The Hague, Groningen, Utrecht, Nijmegen, Breda, or other cities in the Netherlands? You've come to the right place! We have a lot of different jobs to offer you when you only speak English and not Dutch. Click on the links below to check out what the current job openings are per city. 

When living and working in the Netherlands, learning the Dutch language can be essential for creating friendships, gaining a competitive advantage in your working environment, and more. Even though you will probably be able to communicate in English with most Dutch people at work, speaking Dutch will always be the preferable option. 

If you are interested in learning some basic Dutch words and sentences, the links beneath contain examples of courses that can be found on the internet.

free courses

  • free online dutch courses → this website gives you a basic understanding of the most common Dutch words and phrases. It also provides you with the option to look at several animated videos that will help you to practise with grammar and vocabulary.
  • want to learn dutch for free? → this website gives you information about learning Dutch at local libraries. You can start off by taking some free online classes and additionally practise in small groups with language volunteers. This will improve your Dutch and also ensure you meet new people! Want to know more? Click the link on the left.

FAQ about english speaking jobs in the netherlands