Join the Wagenborg Nedlift team!

  • A varied and dynamic working environment
  • Flexibility and responsibility
  • Fine career opportunities

Working at Wagenborg Nedlift: that's why!

Whichever way you choose, at Wagenborg Nedlift you will be part of a team. It is the craftsmanship of this team that makes our company a success.


Would you like to be part of our team? Take a look at our vacancies!

Latest vacancies

Have a look at our vacancies to find your matching job and apply today! Please do not hesitate to send us an open application if you can't find a job fitting your backgrond, interests or personal qualities. 



Make a difference!

At Wagenborg Nedlift, you are the architect of your own career. Your starting point does not have to be your destination. If you want, you can be what you want to be.

Meet our employees!

On the road with..... Roelof Dijk

The morning sun at the Wagenborg terminal in Eemshaven isn’t very warm yet. Roelof and his colleague Jacob Hollander go over the transport plan. Jacob will soon be driving the mobile crane, Roelof the semi low loader. They are going to lift a cable reel of no less than 20 tonnes from a ship and place it on the low loader. They will then transport the colossus (340 cm wide and 590 cm high) to the high-voltage location. A matter of ‘staying focused’ and careful manoeuvring.

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“I will be able to confidently step down when the time comes!”

Sustainability is hot. Together, we need to ensure the world we leave to the following generation is one worth having. Wagenborg Nedlift also proactively approaches this theme by consciously opting for clean equipment, such as electrically powered tower cranes, electric compact cranes, etc. At Wagenborg Nedlift, sustainability is not just about reducing CO2 emissions but also the question of how to sustainably pass on know-how from one generation to the next? How can you ensure sustainable transfer of knowledge, in order to avoid losing know-how (and therefore quality)?

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Victor Wierda: The best part is getting the job done as a team!

Friday morning, 12 April: We meet Victor at a truck stop in Rotterdam. He’s just finished a job involving the transport of jacket foundation components using Self Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs) at the Waalhaven docks. As is often the case, things turned out just a little differently than planned, but that is precisely what he likes about his work. A portrait of Victor Wierda, Modular Trailer Operator Foreman at Wagenborg Nedlift.

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Would you like to know more about our job opportunities?

Would you like to know more about our job opportunities?

Please contact our P&O colleagues!

Marlou ter Mors

Human Resource Dept.