The principle of port and terminal planning is based
on determining the requirements at a future point in time. This is to develop a
suitable port and terminal lay-out with matching (hinterland) connections and a
programme of (phased) development towards this target. What makes port and
terminal planning special is the complexity of hydraulic, nautical, and operational
aspects involved, in addition to spatial planning, transport, environmental, and
legal aspects common to land infrastructure. From the port authority or
operator's viewpoint, planning is needed to anticipate on future developments
and ascertain that the infrastructure, once built, functions well.
As a Port and Terminal Planner
Intern, you will contribute to the delivery of port and terminal master
planning projects for a wide range of sectors and commodities, including
containers, bulk and general cargo, on an international level.
The internship provides unique opportunities to work alongside some of the world’s top maritime experts on projects that reshape the port and maritime sector, as well as developing innovative port planning tools, using the latest modelling and simulation software.
During your internship at Royal HaskoningDHV, you will learn what it is like to work in a consultancy firm and more specific the kind of projects implemented by the advisory group Resilience & Maritime Netherlands. You will be fully part of the team and as such you are invited to participate in all team activities both project related and social activities. You will also receive a monthly allowance.
We would like to meet you!
Click on the apply button and upload your resume and motivation letter. After receiving
your application, we will contact you as soon as possible. The application
process then consists of 1-2 interview. Are we all enthusiastic after this?
Then you will receive an offer from us, and we will be happy to welcome you on
board! For more information, you can always contact Michelle
Spoor, Senior Recruiter, at [email protected] Due to the privacy law, please submit your application
via the apply button and not via email.
Acquisition for this vacancy by agencies is not appreciated and offered candidates will not be taken into consideration.
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