CMS is good for your career
Firstly: working at CMS is good for your future. Working must be enjoyable or even challenging, but you want to progress, learn new things, improve. Right? And you also want a decent salary of course. If you are someone with a technical background who can get to grips with something and cooperate effectively, then there are excellent opportunities for you at CMS!
“You work at many factories, where you see many different technologies and consequently gain a lot of experience.” Tim van Eerd
You can learn a lot at CMS
Secondly, you have many opportunities to learn new things at CMS. We are an Approved Work Placement Company and for good reason. Moreover, we have many different projects involving electrical, mechanical, measurement and control engineering. We build and maintain great machinery for many different customers and at our location in Maarheeze we also have the opportunity to teach you the tricks of the trade through various training courses.
Variety and freedom guaranteed
Working at CMS is never boring! Because one day you’ll be working with a colleague at Aviko doing maintenance on the entire potato chip production line and the next day you’ll go to a familiar dairy product plant to maintain a filling line. Or you may be working with a team on an automation project or moving and relocating machinery to machine lines. It is also possible to go out on your own, giving you a high level of autonomy! And if you like to get out even further, trips to Belgium, Germany and Austria are possible! Wherever your interest lies, in mechanical, electrical or automation, CMS would love to welcome you to the team!
We have been running for 24 years
Average age of employees
Countries in which CMS is or has been active
“After my mechanical engineering course internship, I officially started working at CMS because the work is varied, with you having to provide your own input. I work on a lot of jobs for things that need to be remade, which involves you having to think a lot about, for instance, electronics. This work is fun because you face a lot of technical challenges. In the process, you learn a lot as you visit different locations.” Martijn van Haperen