Program Officer Food at Amsterdam International Business at Municipality of Amsterdam
32-36 hours a week
- AIB focuses on social interests of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (MRA) – which affect both citizens and businesses. The food transition is one of the areas we focus on.
- You will work in dynamic internationally oriented covers and contribute to social and economic impact.
In the position of Food Program Officer at Amsterdam International Business offers support to acquisition and retention of foreign companies and investments. In addition, you work on further expanding the “food challenge” and you support impact & trade development activities to strengthen the local innovative agrifood (tech) ecosystem.
You do this on an average use
- Understanding the MRA Food business ecosystem with various stakeholders:
- Mapping out cane foreign food companies. Think of which subsector they are in, where in the food chain, the role and importance of the company in the ecosystem. As well as liaising with some of these companies;
- Further understanding of other stakeholders within the ecosystem (public and private institutions);
- Based on activities under ‘a’ and ‘b’, the trends, developments and the distinctive character of the Amsterdam region, provide advice to the two ‘food’ colleagues for making strategic choices.
- Giving advice and practical support in tightening up the food proposition MRA.
- Supporting market analysis and preparation of lead lists of foreign companies and investments for proactive acquisition, working at companies.
- Liaise with diverse stakeholders in the ecosystem and provide practical support for in-house activities and projects for the challenge such as meetings, events and trade missions.
- Processing market reports that can be used for the challenge.
- Safeguarding data in the agreed CRM system.
This is where you get started
We want to be a good employer that ensures that all colleagues feel seen and valued. We cherish differences between colleagues, all those differences ensure better results for our organization and our city. We strive for a workforce that reflects the working population of Amsterdam. So whoever you are: you are most welcome with us!
Amsterdam inbusiness (AIB) strengthens selling companies by supporting them in establishing and growing in the Amsterdam region.
AIB focuses on social interests of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (MRA) – which both citizens have to deal with as companies – as a guiding principle in the work we do. The food transition “Food challenge” is one of those we focus on.
Within the different ecosystems, Amsterdam International Business distinguishes three categories of companies that can mutually reinforce each other. The first ten are the local SMEs and the startups and scale-ups that enter the market with innovative solutions and thus challenge parties. The Netherlands is often too small and is necessary for further growth and innovation to quickly put internationalization on the agenda. “Amsterdam Trade & Innovate” plays a stimulating and connecting role.
Secondly, there are the foreign companies and start-ups that open an office here to do business in – and via – the MRA and the Netherlands in Europe. Foreign companies bring innovations, brainpower and resources that help local and regional businesses and increase employment. “amsterdam inbusiness” plays a proactive and active role. Ten third projects in the MRA many enterprises are developing in the MRA and develop to innovate. These three target groups also need talent, if necessary from abroad. IN Amsterdam made possible so that foreign talent can land and be retained.
In the middle of the above group of startups, scale-ups, SMEs, foreign companies, corporates and (international) talent, Amsterdam International Business wants to develop as a connecting player, aimed at building, internationalizing and expanding the diverse ecosystems that make this region so strong. to make.
Would you like to know more about working at the Municipality of Amsterdam? We would like to let our employees speak: www.amsterdam.nl/bestuur-organisatie/werkenbij/werker-aan-het-woord/†
You bring this
For the position of Food Program Officer at Amsterdam International Business you have:
- HBO/WO educated (preferably economics/business/innovation/food related).
- Affinity with the subject.
- Relevant assessment (2-3 years) is a pre-3 years.
You bring with you competences:
- Situational Awareness
- Relationship management
- Result Orientation
This is what we offer you
As a Food Program Officer at Amsterdam International Business, you will join us from 32 to 36 per week and you can count on employment conditions.
- A gross monthly salary between € 3,090 and € 4,671 (scale 10) based on a 36-hour working week. The exact salary is tailored to the education, knowledge and experience you bring with you.
- An employment contract for working time for the duration of 24 months, if you currently do not have a contract, or have a temporary contract with the Municipality of Amsterdam.
- If you already have an employment contract for an indefinite period, you can lend it to a temporary employment contract.
- Development and training opportunities. Our internal training center, the Amsterdam School, offers various training courses, development processes and guidance in the workplace so that you can continue to challenge yourself.
- An optional budget (IKB) of 17.05% of your salary that you can use for, for example, extra pension accrual or extra days of leave.
- A pension scheme at ABP, the pension fund for government and education.
- A travel allowance of € 0.10 per kilometre, up to 45 kilometers one-way commuting distance for the number of days you work at the office and/or a homework allowance of € 2 net per guideline that you work from home.
- A contribution to health insurance.
- Hybrid working: in this position you can work partly at home and partly at the office. We offer (home) work equipment to make your workplace safe and healthy.
- A mobile phone and/or laptop.
Curious about all our employment conditions? View the Municipality of Amsterdam (PGA) Personnel Scheme at www.amsterdam.nl/pga/†
Do you have any questions?
For questions about the position and/or application procedure, please contact: Martine Sourbag, Trade Developer Agrifood, available on 06 – 58002339 and [email protected]†
Apply for this job
- If this vacancy appeals to you, we would like to receive your application no later than May 18, 2022through the application form on our website.
- We would like to receive your motivation, in which your intuition and competencies match this position in a maximum of 1 A4 page. Your motivation will be taken into account during the selection procedure.
- The selection procedure starts immediately after the closing date and consists of two selection rounds.
- If your resume matches the position, we would like to invite you for an interview.
- The physical location conversations, in the week of May 25, 2022, at our office location at Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam. This vacancy is for internal and external assignments. Employees of the Municipality of Amsterdam have priority in the procedure.
- We ask for a recent Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG) from every colleague who confirms us.
- Tip: do you want to view the vacancy again later? Then save it immediately, because the vacancy will no longer be found on the closing date.
Unsolicited acquisition by agencies is not appreciated and can lead to our other recruitment campaigns. We also see the unsolicited CVs sent by agencies to our employees as an acquisition. We do not process these CVs.