Work as

HR Specialist

at AWL!

40 hours
HBO / Bachelor


What do we expect?

  • A bachelor degree in administration or similar
  • 1-2 years of work experience in a similar position
  • Preferably experience in a technical a/o international work environment
  • Knowledge of using various channels to recruit (digital platforms, social media, sourcing tools etc.)
  • A fluent English level

What do we offer:

  • A challenging, inspiring and professional high-tech performing global company with plenty of room for your ideas and initiatives.
  • A pleasant and informal working atmosphere in a young enthusiastic and growing team.
  • Autonomy and responsibility.
  • A competitive salary and other labor conditions and benefits superior to the law (e.g. saving funds, pantry vouchers, private health insurance, life insurance, paid overtime, time buffer, etc.).
  • Excellent training and career opportunities for personal development and growth. You are leading this!


Bianca Dankert

Bianca Dankert

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This will be your day

8:00 After a cup of coffee and discussing the weekend, you get to work full of energy! You have the freedom to carry out your work and check your agenda for this week.
10:00 You consider the vacancy intake an essential part of the recruitment and selection process. You have a conversation with the hiring manager about the challenges of the position to be started. You ask the critical questions and create clarity about the requirements and procedure.
13:00 After a nice lunch you start writing a catchy vacancy text that stimulates your target group in the right way and in which you are transparent about the expectations and competences. In the meantime you already think about the sourcing and approach strategy!
15:00 You have blocked time to sourcing candidates. You build search strings and look for common ground between all the information found. You build talent pools for different positions and use various channels to do so, from LinkedIn to our ATS system etc.
16:45 You call your candidate with good news after the interviews! You've listened carefully and determined where your focus should be to meet his or her needs. Then you send the offer, prepared with the hiring manager, in a unique template to the candidate. Together you agree on a follow-up.

Your tasks:

70% Recruitment
10% Support HR colleague
10% Special Projects
10% Other
Your choice: Your strengths: Introduction