About working at the university
Radboud University contributes to a healthy, free world with equal opportunities for everyone. And for this purpose, we require people who can each make their own contribution to our study programmes and research. We work together to help students find their way and to ensure that science can progress. We do this in modern, green surroundings where the work environment is informal and colleagues are literally and figuratively within easy reach of each other.
You have a part to play.
At Radboud University, your knowledge and skills will be valued. You will be given the opportunity to take responsibility and show initiative. And if you wish to develop your potential, you will be given ample opportunity. You will also find that our terms of employment focus on your needs, which makes it possible for us to help you achieve a good work-life balance. What’s more, we offer a good salary and sufficient leave as well as other attractive terms of employment.
Our attractive employment conditions
As an employee, you can partly put together your own employment conditions using our Selection model. For example, it is possible to exchange income for extra holidays. We also have good regulations for working part-time, various forms of leave and flexible working hours.
View our overview of the terms of employment as laid down in the collective labour agreement (CAO) for Dutch Universities and our local regulations.
Create your own career
Radboud University gives you plenty of room and responsibility to develop your talents, follow a training and realise your ambitions. We reimburse 50 to 100 percent of the costs of training courses as part of your career development. Read more about our possibilities for personal development.
Nijmegen: Old city, young vibe
Radboud University is located in Nijmegen, the oldest city in the Netherlands, but young at heart. Nijmegen is well known for its festivals, music venues and cinemas. The large city parks and winding streets offer ample opportunity for scenic walks, while taking in the city’s historic buildings.