Frequently asked questions
How to apply to a vacancy at Trinamics?
At Trinamics, we offer you the opportunity to apply quickly and easily for an interesting vacancy that you can find on this website. This can be done in various ways: via Vacancies or via the various Subject Areas. Is there no suitable vacancy listed? You can always send an open application to Trinamics! Mail your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you prefer to apply for a job within the Trinamics team? Then apply for our internal vacancies!
Is an open application also useful if I do not see a suitable vacancy available?
You can always send an open application to Trinamics, even if there is no suitable vacancy on our website. When Trinamics sees possibilities, a consultant will contact you shortly after to schedule an intake interview. Trinamics has a wide range of clients in various sectors, so there is a good chance that we can offer you a number of interesting options based on your open application and wishes.
What does Trinamics offer during the recruitment process?
Trinamics supports clients and candidates in finding the right job or a new challenge. Clients can turn to Trinamics for suitable candidates, flexible work solutions and associated advice. Candidates are supported by Trinamics in finding the right match, CV checks and training and application advice. But we also offer support with relocation (the relocation of an employee and / or his family to another location for work purposes) and various arrangements such as (work) visas or 30% ruling.
Does Trinamics store my application data?
When you find a suitable vacancy and want to apply, we kindly ask you to enter a number of details. These are processed in accordance with the guidelines of the new Dutch AVG (General Data Protection Regulation), which entered into force on the 25th of May 2018. How Trinamics exactly handles your personal data is explained in our privacy statement. This is also followed during your application process.
How does Trinamics handle my privacy details?