Den Helder, Netherlands


Do you gain wings from working with numbers and would you like to work in a small but dynamic organization and in a close-knit team? Then we are looking for you for this new position:


Part-time/full-time, 24-36 hours per week

This position suits you if you are accurate, meticulous, proactive, stress resistant and a team player, but also able to work independently.

What are you going to do?

The activities consist of both financial and administrative tasks, under the direction of the financial employee.

You perform executive activities for the financial administration, including processing and paying incoming invoices and invoicing in the Cash accounting program.

You also create and maintain overviews and lists in Excel. This includes processing landings and creating and updating statistics. You are responsible for purchasing and managing (lease) contracts.

Working hours

Full-time working hours are 36 hours per week. Office hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

With a part-time filling of this position, working hours and days are agreed upon in mutual consultation, but due to the occupation of the office, working on Wednesdays is in any case a must.

This is you

You have an MBO-4 working and thinking level in the financial-administrative direction and a passion for numbers and administration. You can handle deadlines and peak loads well and you don't mind if you have to work longer or if the working week sometimes goes slightly differently than planned.

Good oral and written skills, both in Dutch and English, are of great importance. Knowledge of Microsoft Office package is of course required, but you are above all an expert in working with Excel. If you have experience with the Cash accounting program, that is an advantage.

This is us

Netherlands Offshore Aviation Mainport

Den Helder Airport was established in the late 1960s with the rise of the offshore industry on the Dutch Continental Shelf. Over the past 50 years, the airport has developed into the Netherlands' only all-round offshore aviation center. The airport is also part of the vital energy infrastructure and is the only airport in the Netherlands from which passengers can depart to the primary energy areas, thanks to a strict Covid-19 procedure.

Den Helder Airport is the primary choice for the offshore industry, partly due to its perfect location in relation to the wind, oil and gas fields that are located centrally and in southern parts of the North Sea.

Den Helder Airport is equipped for the future with all the facilities of an international airport. Traffic control, 1.3 kilometers of ILS runway, 12 parking spots, 5 hangars, passenger and baggage control systems, station building, check-in counters, handling companies, security, Marechaussee, customs, underground fuel bunkers, secure parking spaces, etc. The energy transition provides new opportunities for Den Helder Airport, which require courage, vision and talent. (

This is what we offer

We offer (initially) a contract for a definite period of time with an organization that is in full swing. Den Helder Airport has a favorable employment conditions package, derived from the Municipal Collective Labor Agreement, including a pension scheme (ABP).


Then respond quickly and email your motivation letter with resume at the latest Nov 28, 2022 through to Luciana Bena Brandini, our external personnel advisor, stating 'vacancy administrative employee Den Helder Airport'. Your application will be treated discreetly and strictly confidentially.

If you have any questions about the position, you can call Linda Wielens, financial employee, on 0223-635666.

The first round of interviews will be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2022. The follow-up interviews will be scheduled on Thursday, December 8, 2022 in the afternoon.

Acquisition in response to this vacancy and reactions from recruitment agencies are not appreciated!