Relocating to the Netherlands
First and foremost, we find it fantastic that you are considering joining Jumbo! We value transparency and clarity, and that is always a two-way process. In the supermarkets we turn our customers into fans, this is also what we want for our recruitment process. Our process should be speedy, uncomplicated with a human touch! So, from the moment your first contact takes place, your experience should be all of these things.
Moving for a job to another country or to the other side of the world might feel like moving a mountain. That is where our specialized relocation service comes in. We want you to arrive in the Netherlands fresh and ready for a new adventure, so our team helps with every step of our relocation process from visa/work permit to the shipping of your belongings and temporary housing. Any questions you have, please don’t hold back because of the language, we all speak and write English.
The relocation process
Jumbo will provide you extra services regarding the relocation proces. You will stay in contact with the E&Y Coordination office and Jumbo Headquarters, as you will be guided through the proces of moving to the Netherlands.
“The support was amazing. From the very first visit to know the company and meet the people that I would be working with, everything went flawlessly. Jumbo teams were willing to provide the best experience for the potential employee, even before you had accepted any offer. You truly feel that the company wants you to join and be part of the family…”
Moving to the Netherlands
Location of Jumbo headquarters
Jumbo headquarters is located in Veghel, near the city of ‘s-Hertogensbosch and 20km removed from the high-tech Brainport area: Eindhoven. Most of our international colleagues, who also moved to the Netherlands, currently live in either Eindhoven or Den Bosch due to the cosmopolitan feel and culture of both cities.
City ‘s Hertogensbosch
You will really enjoy living in ‘s-Hertogenbosch if you like a beautiful, historic city centre with an imposing gothic cathedral and a relaxed, burgundian culture of its own. ‘s-Hertogensbosch or just ‘Den Bosch’ for short, organizes some fantastic (food) events during the year, but the city is also known for her nice boutiques, shops and a good nightlife.
You will love Eindhoven if you like a high-tech city, diverse restaurants from all over the world, international schools, lots of shops, bars, football (PSV Eindhoven) and a relaxed, Southern, enjoy-life mentality.
Do you want to read more about living in the Netherlands? Learn more about the Dutch Culture and Dutch habits.