There’s no shortage of work to be done in the infrastructure sector. In addition to maintenance of existing infrastructure, factors such as the energy transition are also fueling job opportunities in this sector. Are you interested in working for one of the market leading clients that rely on us for their infrastructure and civil engineering projects?
If so, there is great demand for a wide range of specialists. Use the filters to find all of the infrastructure jibs and civil engineering jobs that suit your skills, such as project manager jobs or engineering jobs.
If you can’t find a suitable infrastructure job in our database right now, send us your CV and we will let you know as soon as the right job for you becomes available.
The infrastructure sector in the Netherlands is constantly in development. As well as building roads and constructing the power grid, STAR’s clients are also helping bring about the energy transition by developing infrastructure for hydrogen power.
As a long-term partner of market leaders, STAR can offer you a vast range of infrastructure jobs on the most challenging projects around. There is great demand for experienced planning engineers, project managers, construction specialists and other professionals, which means our specialists have a wealth of opportunity to work and develop within this discipline.
Typical jobs we provide:
Whether you are a novice, an established professional or a highly experienced specialist with an interest in infrastructure and civil engineering, STAR can help you take the next step in your career.
Civil engineering got its name as it was originally the counterpart of military engineering. Infrastructure and civil engineering jobs are available on an extensive range of projects, e.g. traditional groundwork, road and hydraulic engineering projects. Our civil engineering jobs mainly involve projects that shape public areas.
We also collaborate with partners active in constructing and maintaining civil infrastructure such as electricity, gas, hydrogen, water and data networks: vital services that we take for granted yet require monumental effort to construct and maintain. Vast underground networks of pipes and cables ensure that society can enjoy all of the modern conveniences available today.
Our infrastructure jobs mainly involve work on these transport and distribution networks.