Working in the staff
The most beautiful music we make together
Being part of the staff of the Residentie Orkest means making symphonic music possible at the highest level. We, using music as an instrument, push people to think, to act and to go for the greatest ideals. We love to take people into the wonderful world that music creates.
Does this excite you? Read all about working on our staff below!
Frequently Asked Questions
First of all, you will receive a confirmation of receipt so you can be sure that we received your cover letter and resume correctly. Once the vacancy is closed, we email or call all candidates with whom we want to schedule an interview. In case of rejection, we always send a message.
We usually hold two rounds of interviews. We may ask for references after the second interview. The candidate we want to offer a position to will be invited to a third interview, in which we discuss the terms of employment.
We apply the NVP Job Application Code in our recruitment and selection process.
At Residentie Orkest we have great confidence in the professionalism of our employees. All our colleagues perform their duties as they see fit, in a way that suits them, naturally within the set frameworks and agreements
At the same time, there is a great deal of attention for each other. We dwell on colleagues' special moments and work together toward our goals - everyone is given the space to contribute their own expertise. That this makes Residentie Orkest a fine workplace for many different personalities can be seen on our work floor.
The staff includes the teams:
Personnel & Organization
Marketing & Communications
Development & Relations
Meet our colleagues HERE.
Sure. We use Office 365 to keep in touch with all colleagues working from home. The number of hours you can work from home varies by position. Making arrangements about working from home is something you do with your supervisor.
In each job posting, we state the maximum salary based on a 40-hour work week. Classification within the scale is based on relevant years of experience. In addition to your salary, you will receive 8% vacation allowance and 8.25% year-end bonus.
Based on a 40-hour work week, you will receive 47 vacation days annually.
Yes, we have an extensive training budget. This allows employees to further develop the knowledge and skills needed for their positions. The training budget can also be used for career-oriented training, which you can use for possible future positions outside our organization. Depending on the relevance to the current position, we make arrangements that we record in a study agreement.
The Residentie Orkest has a flat organizational structure. As a result, career opportunities are relatively limited. On the other hand, you get a lot of space to fill your position as you see fit and to further develop yourself.
Yes, a VOG is required for every position at the start.
We have a discount scheme for all employees. Within this you can purchase up to four tickets at €10 one month in advance for our own productions at Amare or at the Nieuwe Kerk.
Yes, our workplace Amare is located in the center of The Hague at walking distance from The Hague Central Station. Amare is easily accessible by car, but we do not have our own parking spaces for staff. Paid parking is available in the area.
Employees receive a commuter allowance of €0.19 per kilometer or an NS business card for the days they work in the office.
Do you have questions about the content of a job posting? Then please contact the employee mentioned at the bottom of the vacancy text. For general questions about the recruitment and selection process or if you would like to know more about working at Residentie Orkest, please contact Sana van Iddekinge, head of P&O.