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Construction jobs Rotterdam

The Netherlands
520 – € 645 net salary a week
40 hours / Week
Are you looking for a well-paid construction job in the Netherlands including free living space? Come and work at Haldu Groep and apply directly within 1 minute!
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Information about the positions

Haldu Groep offers you various jobs in construction and technology on small and large construction sites in the Netherlands. These are the jobs we offer you:

  • Bricklayer;
  • Car mechanic;
  • Carpenter;
  • Concrete Carpenter;
  • Electrician;
  • Plasterboard fitter;
  • Plumber;
  • Welder.

Position demands

  • Affinity with construction jobs is important;
  • You have experience as a construction worker;
  • Understandable English or German;
  • In possession of VCA or willing to obtain VCA.

What we offer

  • Challenging job for at least 40 hours a week;
  • Long running projects;
  • 520 – € 645 net salary a week
  • Free accommodation provided, standards according to Dutch law;
  • Guidance from our company to make you feel at home in a country far from home.
  • Varied work with our reliable clients;
  • Punctual weekly payment;
  • Frequently work place visits by our Haldu colleagues, also on the first day.


Haldu Group and it’s subsidiaries, as staffing in construction and engineering, guarantees an optimal service. Therefore we always on the basis of collective agreements of the ABU and NBBU for temporary workers.

Application procedure


Screening by Phone



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Do you have questions?

Please contact Agnes Rakstelyte.

Agnes Rakstelyte
International Recruiter

Application form

When applying, it is important that you ensure that all the necessary information below is in order. This way we can get to work for you faster.

  1. Do you have a valid EU passport or ID card?
  2. Do you have a Driving license category B and/or own car?
  3. Do you speak English or German?
  4. Do you have a valid VCA certificate or are you willing to obtain one?
  5. Do you have the ability to read a technical drawing/blueprint?