Job openings

Currently, we are not looking for new staff. Having said that and should below text really appeal to you, then by all means contact me anyway. This is who we would like to see join our team in the future…


You are ideally a Dutch national, with international living and/or working experience. A reliable and creative personality able to deal with life’s inevitable disappointments in a mature way. IT literate & down to earth working attitude, strong administrative skills and strong people skills are a prerequisite. 

No 9 to 5 attitude, but putting up your sleeves and working hard for the fun of it. 

We offer a personal working environment where you are an important part of the team, supporting your colleagues and getting support from them in return.

The job

International Mobility Coordinator, assisting our customers relocating to and from the Netherlands with immigration, home finding, settling in and departing again.

  • Flexible hours
  • Full time (32 hours at minimum)
  • Training on the job if and where needed

We ask

  • University degree or Higher Education
  • Driving licence
  • Positive outlook on life, healthy curiosity and pleasure in service delivery

Meet our team

Cristian van Breemen

Managing Partner, Netherlands

Cristian has a background in marketing. She lived and worked in Moscow, Russia and in Switzerland. Besides having been expatriated with her family, Cristian worked in relocation for several years before starting her own company in 2009. Others will tell you that she scores high on empathy and integrity.  

The first decade in our existence as i-Mobility it has been about gaining and securing a sustainable position in the Dutch market by setting very high quality standards and never loosing sight of the personal touch in service delivery. We are now entering our second decade as Eres Relocation and that will be all about exponential growth.

Immigration & Destination Services are well established and we feel exited about further developing the Global Mobility Services section of our service delivery. The only way to achieve healthy growth is by having happy colleagues in your team. They should feel invited, triggered and supported to step up to the plate and give it their all. Cristian sees this as her main task. 

Since 2017 Cristian is board member for the ARPN, the Association of Relocation Professionals in The Netherlands.

Daniëlle de Groot

International Mobility Coordinator

With a background in operations and event management, Daniëlle has worked in an international environment for over 20 years. Having lived and worked in Switzerland for 4.5 years, she moved back to the Netherlands with her family in 2006 and has been active in relocation ever since.

After providing information on what it takes to move abroad to a range of specific countries via an online platform, she now actively supports transferees and their families. With her empathetic, service-minded and results-driven approach, she ensures they will have a smooth landing and feel welcome in their new country, wherever that may be.

Jochem Lindelauf

International Mobility Coordinator

Jochem studied International Relations and International Organization in Groningen, Netherlands and recently moved to Amsterdam. He has a background of working in civil society and European youth work with a special focus on democratization in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. During his internship, he lived and worked in Berlin. Through his experience with international communication and project management, we believe that working with people in international relocation suits him perfectly.

Anke Nol

International Mobility Coordinator

From early on, Anke has had a deep interest for travelling. Straight out of high school, she grabbed her chance to go on a 7-month trip through Asia. When she saw the opportunity to complete part of her Communication studies in Madrid, she didn’t hesitate. Once graduated, she happily combined her love for different cultures with her own international experience and her speciality in hospitality in the relocation sector. After a short sidestep, she is back and even more motivated than before to do what she strongly believes in: to help transferees feel at home in the Netherlands.