Why attend a Boskalis inhouseday?
An inhouseday is a perfect event to learn about our projects, our way of working and our company culture. Also, it enables you to get insights into our career opportunities. Opportunities within our Dredging and Infra, Offshore Energy, and Salvage division. This inhouseday will particularly provide you more information on the Boskalis Traineeship of 2020.
What will the program look like?
Further details about the program will be revealed during the day, but to give you an insight of what the program could look like:
Can I participate?
This day is something for you if:
How can I register?
Make sure to register to save your spot. You will receive a confirmation of participation prior to the event. The deadline for subscribing is the 1st of February 2020. After the deadline has passed, any further registrations will be listed on the reserve list.
What are the Traineeship selection timelines?
The next Boskalis Traineeship will start per September 2020. Pre-registration is already possible and the official registration is due to open in January 2020. Make sure to mark Friday the 15th of May in your agenda: the Traineeship selection day. If you will be invited for our selection day, end of May you will know whether you will start as a trainee in September.
Boskalis creates new horizons for all its stakeholders. As a leading global dredging contractor and marine services provider we offer a unique combination of experts, vessels and services. Maintaining the highest safety and sustainability standards, we provide innovative and competitive all-round solutions to our clients in the offshore energy sector, ports, and coastal and delta regions of the world. Our head office is located in Papendrecht, the Netherlands.
In 2014 Tom van de Ree spent a three-month internship on the Qatar-based project The Base as part of his Master’s course in offshore & dredging engineering. However, completing his internship wasn’t the end of the story for Tom, because in September 2015 he started the Boskalis...
Sarah Sangster started the 18-month Boskalis traineeship program in 2015. Prior to that she spent eight months at Boskalis working on her thesis for her MSc in civil engineering at TU Delft. Her graduation project involved exploring ways of combining the economic objectives of ports with a...