WTT’s mission is to give new life to resources around the world. We do this by designing, building, and supporting organic waste treatment facilities with smart technology and a motivated and enthusiastic team. If you are passionate about working on projects that matter and having fun along the way, we would love to meet you.

What will you be doing?

In the role of electrical engineer, you will be responsible for the electrical engineering of challenging, international projects. For you it is no problem to read and draw single line and electrical structure diagrams. You want to understand how processes work and are driven to improve the last 5%. You can easily work independently, but also enjoy being part of a team. You work efficiently and are not afraid to ask questions. Communicating with you is pleasant and you are happy to contribute with your engineering skills to different departments.

What do we expect from you?

  • A degree in electrical engineering or similar
  • 2+ years of experience as electrical engineer or similar job
  • Experience with Eplan
  • Being able to read P&ID’s
  • Practical, technical insight
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good command of English, Dutch and preferably German language
  • Willingness to travel

What do we offer?

We offer a fun and challenging position in which you will have plenty of room for your own ideas. Our office is a collegial, and pleasant place to work. We have lots of fun together on our company outings. Furthermore, we offer you excellent working conditions such as a profit share program and flexibility regarding your work location. You will be part of an energetic team that is dedicated to contributing to a better world!   

Ready to start?

We are looking forward to receiving your application! Do you have any questions about this vacancy? No problem! For more information you can call

Sander ten Hove, our Engineering and Innovation Manager on 06-456 865 14. If you want to apply directly, you can send your motivation letter and CV to: stenhove@wtt.nl.