Buitink Technology in Duiven is looking for:
Fulltime (38 uur per week)
Who are we?
At Buitink Technology not only do we come up with solutions in
sailcloth, membranes and technical textiles, we manufacture them
- Examples include the iconic Bubble Cloud roof over Utrecht's
station square: see project
- A 1,000,000 kg flotation system in Germany: see project
- And lifting systems for righting overturned lorries: see
To come up with solutions and develop them into production
drawings, our production planning office is staffed by a team of
four planners/draughtsmen/project managers.
Buitink Technology is growing and we would like to expand our
production planning office.
What does the job entail?
Do you enjoy coming up with solutions and developing them? Do
you like the idea of working as part of a team in an innovative,
growing company with great clients? Do you have a higher education
or equivalent ability, the relevant knowledge, interests and/or
Do you enjoy being involved in a job from start to finish? Are
you suited to being a planner/draughtsman in addition to performing
the job of project manager during the execution phase? Would
you be willing to lend an occasional hand with the
If so, then we are looking for you!
A typical working day:
6:45 your alarm goes off
The alarm goes off. Breakfast, clean your teeth and head off to
Your working day begins. The first hour at work sees you working
on your projects and going through the emails that have come in
over the past few days. You call a few suppliers about orders that
haven't been delivered on time.
You prepare the 9am planning meeting.
9:00 planning and innovation
The planning and innovation meeting begins. All current projects
and challenges, including all of your projects, are discussed.
The drawing of a large ETFE air cushion roof takes more time
than you had expected and you envisage a problem with the lead
time. Dirk offers to take over part of your drawing work so that
production can start on time.
You also have some questions about the how a clamping profile is
to be joined to an air cushion roof. Is the solution you came up
with going to be waterproof? Your highly experienced colleague
Marnix looks at your solution, runs through it with you and
sketches out some ideas to improve it.
Coffee break. Put your feet up and unwind.
10:15-12:30 mobile floor
You designed a mobile, liquid-proof floor measuring 25 x 5
metres, and it is currently being assembled in production. Some
questions have been raised about your drawings, so you're in the
production department to explain them and lend a hand.
You go back to your desk to modify the drawings slightly and add
some extra measurements to them to speed up the production
At noon we have lunch together, from 12:30 to 13:00. Buitink
regulates fruit, so you don't have to bring your own apple. Also
there is coffee and tea available.
Because we lunch together it's a good time to catch up. Also
with people who has a complete other function inslide the
14:00 project visit
You visit the location where the air cushion has to be mounted
with the mounting foreman Tristan. Together you discuss what is
needed for assembly: fastening, lifts, a crane, a H & S plan,
Back on the office, you do the necessary product ordering in
response to the onsite visit.
15:15-17:00 drawings for
You discuss a number of customer requests, for which Buitink has
been asked to make a quotation, with your colleagues Rienk, Laura
and Marnix. Before being able to issue a quotation, a thorough
engineering and drawing process often needs to be completed. This
also applies to the requests that your colleagues are now
discussing with you. Buitink has been asked to design and develop a
rain shelter for a large bicycle manufacturer. It is being roughly
designed by Marnix, and Laura has been looking at the styling and
colours. Your job is to create the 3D model in Rhino.
17:00/ 17:15 home time
Your working day is over.
Does the job still sound appealing to you?
If the above appeals to you, then it would be a good idea for us
to get together for a chat. However, there are certain things we
are looking for in our new team member.
Buitink comes up with and manufactures solutions involving
sailcloth, technical textiles and membranes that can be both
complex and sizeable. These solutions are often customer-specific
too. Orders always involve several colleagues from the production
planning office as well as from the production and installation
As such, we are looking for a colleague who:
Is technical and enjoys coming up with smart technical solutions
and developing them into something that can actually be
- Has a can-do attitude and is prepared to take
- Has excellent planning and organisational skills.
- Is able to work independently as well as being a team
- Has at least three years' relevant experience or is a fast
- Has excellent technical insight.
- Has good communication skills.
- Is proficient with MS Office and 3D drawing packages (e.g.
Rhino and AutoCAD).
In return for your efforts, we can offer you the
- A varied job offering continuous personal growth and ample
scope for introducing and implementing your own ideas.
- Career development and training opportunities under
- An informal, highly diverse, innovation-led working environment
with twenty colleagues.
- Challenging and engaging customers/projects/issues with a focus
on long-term partnerships.
- A modern, well-lit workplace in a stunning building.
- Great team outings.
- A competitive salary, holiday pay, travel allowance, 25 days of
leave and 13 ADV days.
If you would like to know more about this job, please feel free
to call or email us.
You may of course apply at once.
Please send your CV and covering letter to Sietze
You can also get in touch with us by phone:
Telefoon: 0316-25 08 30
Mobiel: 06-51 66 47 41
6921 VB Duiven
"Our waste materials and by-products are recycled by Texyloop"