WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW?

Below you’ll find answers to the most common questions. Please note, some answers are specific to a particular location (Belgium or the Netherlands).

What makes me a suitable Computer Profile colleague?

If you yearn to harness your creativity, independence, knowledge and professionalism to learn and grow in the world of ICT, and you wish to work in self-management teams, then please do not hesitate to apply!

What is Holacracy?

Holacracy is not easy to define in one single sentence, but here’s a start. Holacracy is a new and all-encompassing “peer-to-peer operating system”, or framework for business management: an organisational structure with a fresh approach to task allocation, hierarchy and decision-making. The aim is to make organisations more effective and transparent. Authority and decision-making are divided between independent, autonomous teams, instead of emerging via the traditional top down management approach:

What about travel expenses - and how accessible is the office?

The Netherlands:

As a Business Development Specialist, you’ll be offered a business public transport (OV) chip card that will allow you to commute at Computer Profile’s expense, regardless of where you live. This means that you can use the business public transport chip card to check into the bus, tram, metro and train. Our office is located above the Breda Central Station, and is thus readily accessible.

Belgium:

As a Business Development Specialist, you’ll receive transport compensation as determined by the social subscription statutory tariff. Our office is readily accessible, from the bus stop it’s only a 5-minute walk, and the train station at Zaventem, just a 15-minute walk away.

What are the secondary employment conditions at Computer Profile?

The Netherlands:

Fresh fruit on a daily basis, 25 days’ annual leave (based on a 40-hour working week), fun quarterly outings to celebrate results, bonuses collectively determined with colleagues, etc.

Belgium:

20 days’ annual leave (based on a 37.5 hour working week), fun quarterly outings, bonuses determined by employees and individual performance, flexible working hours (between 8 and 9 hours) and, after 5th months’ service, luncheon vouchers and DKV hospitalisation insurance, plus the option to convert variable bonuses into additional leave.

Is it possible to work part time?

The Netherlands:

Of course! We start from a minimum of 3 days of 6 hours, or 4 days of 4,5 hours.

Belgium:

Everything is possible: half days, or full days, or 4/5th – with a minimum of 50% working time.

What are my opportunities for growth?

We work together as independent teams where different roles are combined and every day we look to improve for both our customers and ourselves. In this we dare to be innovative and challenge each other. Through this way of working, your talents quickly come to the surface and you create your own opportunities by expanding your roles within Computer Profile. You get a solid foundation to become a commercial expert in a Business-to-Business environment, plus the support to develop your talents in other domains. Besides our branches in the Benelux, we also have a European footprint through our EMIG joint venture and the cooperation with international ICT companies such as HP, Microsoft and SAP. We offer so many possibilities across the globe!

How happy are Computer Profile employees?

Working at Computer Profile gives the feel-good factor, wherever you may be in the world!

Can’t find what you are looking for? Send us an email or call +32 2 720 5133 (Belgium) or +31 76 522 94 30 (Netherlands)