Living and Working in Netherlands
Information & guidance about seasonal jobs in Netherlands
There are a variety of temporary jobs in Holland such as working on factory production lines.
Casual workers are needed to pick asparagus, strawberries, apples and pears between April and October each year. From September/October until January work is available bulb picking and in factories. You can register on the website seasonalwork.nl and create your profile. These profiles can be searched by employers. Employers looking for candidates for agricultural jobs can search these profiles and will contact you by mail or telephone.
Several British and European camping companies operate throughout Holland and jobs can be found in the summer working on campsites and holiday parks.
Au Pairs usually need some childcare experience but won’t always need to be able to speak Dutch. Au pairs live with host families, looking after the children and perform basic domestic duties such as cleaning. Wages are often low but food and accommodation is usually included.
There are many casual job opportunities in the Netherlands particularly in pubs, restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels in Amsterdam and hostels in tourist areas like Amsterdam.
If you intend to visit Netherlands, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from the official website of the Netherlands Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.
For up to date information on visa requirements, you can also check with the Embassy or Consulate of Netherlands before you travel.