Job vacancies at EBN
From geologist to communication advisor. From internship to traineeship. At EBN we are regularly looking for new colleagues. If you too are interested in helping to accelerate the energy transition, take a look at our vacancies and talk to our recruiter.
Our employment package
Working at EBN, you’ll receive an attractive employment package and benefits. Starting a new job is a big change. That’s why it’s important for all our new colleagues to feel at home right away. So, at EBN you can expect a warm welcome, and you can rest assured that we’ll have everything all sorted for you. You can expect a personal training budget, an NS Business card for commuting by train, and 42 days’ leave based on a 40-hour working week. What else do we have to offer?
- Offices in the heart of Utrecht, with a rooftop terrace, a restaurant offering delicious lunches, and sports facilities
- Everything you need to hit the ground running, like an induction programme and a buddy who will guide you through the company
- A laptop and phone
Great Place to Work
At EBN, we take care of our people. We are extremely proud of our corporate culture and our recognition as a Great Place to Work. Our company has a matrix management structure, which means that our teams collaborate a lot. At EBN our work is underpinned by our cultural values: being open and honest, energetic, impactful and collaborative. The working language at our company is Dutch.
Internships and traineeships at EBN
If you want to help play a part in the energy transition and are looking for an internship at university level, we regularly have internship openings for both Master’s and Bachelor’s students with a technical background, such as Earth Sciences or Petroleum Engineering. The internship projects differ in subject and duration (varying from 15 to 45 credits). You will find theses and reports by our interns in the knowledge base. During your internship, you will be assigned an EBN supervisor to guide you and provide feedback. We recruit interns twice a year. In June we recruit trainees to start in September or November and in December we recruit interns to start in April.
If we invite you for an interview, together with you we will see if we can find a specific project that aligns well with your study programme. This could be a project in geothermal energy, exploration or CCS, for example. Of course we are also open to hearing your ideas. See our careers page for all current internship openings. As an intern, you will receive an internship allowance and an NS Business Card for train travel (if you do not already have a student travel product), and you will be able to join in all EBN activities. Please note that it is not possible to do an internship at EBN if you have already graduated.
Traineeship at EBN
We are also regularly looking for trainees with a range of expertise, from communication and finance to earth sciences and reservoir engineering. A traineeship at EBN lasts three years, with the option to change projects or departments after 18 months. During your traineeship, you will join other trainees in following our Young Professional Programme, which includes various courses, such as effective influencing and time management. You will be mentored to develop your knowledge and skills, and you will have the opportunity to work on projects together with other trainees. Our trainee vacancies do not have a fixed starting date and we recruit throughout the year, so be sure to keep an eye on our Careers page for new openings.