Working for S&C

Would you like to work together with fellow students in a relaxing environment? We may have a job for you at the Unit Sports & Culture! The sports- and culture desks and the Sports Cafe and fitness room are mainly manned by students. Interested? Have a look at the vacancies or write an open application to:

TU Delft - Sports & Culture
Mekelweg 8
2628 CD DELFT
hr-sc@remove-this.tudelft.nl

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Unit Sports & Culture is looking for content team assistant(s)

Education & Student Affairs

Education & Student Affairs provides educational support in the form of administrative services, educational policy, student guidance and supervision, support for international students, doctoral candidates and employees, sport, culture, teaching training for lecturers and advice. Education & Student Affairs comprises the Shared Service Center, responsible for administrative services, etc., the Central International Office, the Student & Staff Facilities department and the Unit Sports & Culture. About two hundred staff members work in Education & Student Affairs.

Unit Sports & Culture
The Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is responsible for the development, programming and implementation of TU Delft's sports and cultural policy. S&C consists of three units: Sports, Culture and Events. In addition, three departments (Communication, Services, Planning & Support and Catering) provide expertise to support these programme units.

Thanks to the help of some 50 student organisations, hundreds of teaching staff (most of whom are part time) and trainers, S&C is able to provide an attractive programme of activities in which some 13,500 students and staff members participate each year. The primary goal of S&C is to provide added value to the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of TU Delft. S&C staff members have a strong ambition to contribute to and participate in the personal growth of people in general and the students in particular. They are also committed to their own personal development and they have a strong capacity to learn.

The Communication department provides expertise to support the programme units in their offering. The department is responsible for communications and focuses on analysis, consultancy services, text writing, content management, promotional activities, graphic design and photography. The Communication team consists of three permanent staff and nine student assistants.

Content team
S&C is launching its content team in July 2017. The Communication department is looking for several student assistants who will share a 0.6 FTE position (24 hours) across the week (Monday to Sunday). The content team is part of the Communication department and works closely with colleagues in that department.

Job description
The assistant's work within the content team will be as follows:

  • obtaining, collecting and creating up-to-date and original content within and outside S&C.
  • prioritising, sorting and monitoring content in the content calendar, based on relevance to target groups and overarching frameworks/objectives.
  • editing content (in Dutch and English) and adapting it for use online.
  • posting/distributing content on the website, social media, NetPresenter and the DMS (online timetable).
  • monitoring all digital media content for accuracy and topicality.
  • seizing opportunities to engage in online interaction with followers (and create a bond).
  • populating and managing the TU Delft image database (Bynder).

Job requirements

  • You are a student at TU Delft.
  • You have good written proficiency in the Dutch and English languages.
  • You are well-structured and organised.
  • You are creative and capable of creating content.
  • You have knowledge of and experience with social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
  • You are familiar with SEO and web analytics.
  • You have experience working with a CMS, preferably Typo3.
  • You have the confidence to engage directly with the organisation in order to obtain content proactively.
  • You preferably also have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS.
  • You have an open attitude and are very much interested in other cultures.
  • You have excellent social skills, are an amicable colleague and customer- and results-oriented.

 Terms and conditions of employment

  • You are prepared to commit to the content team for a period of at least twelve months.
  • You are available for at least six hours per week. During that time, you will work at S&C, preferably in two- to four-hour sessions on set days.
  • The salary will be approximately € 9 per hour, to be paid by the StuD temporary employment agency. Additionally, S&C also has an attractive package of secondary terms and conditions of employment, such as a free sports card (including gym membership).

Further information and applications
For further information about this position, please contact Samantha Birtantie-Liebregts, S&C Communication Manager, via s.w.m.liebregts@remove-this.tudelft.nl or by calling +31 (0)15-2785674.

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your letter of motivation, complete with curriculum vitae and portfolio, if any, to the e-mail address below no later than Friday 30 June 2017, quoting the following reference: ‘sollicitatie medewerker contentteam’ ('application for content team assistant’). Please also include an indication of the number of hours per week you are available.

Unit Sports & Culture is looking for content manager(s)


Education & Student Affairs

Education & Student Affairs provides educational support in the form of administrative services, educational policy, student guidance and supervision, support for international students, doctoral candidates and employees, sport, culture, teaching training for lecturers and advice. Education & Student Affairs comprises the Shared Service Center, responsible for administrative services, etc., the Central International Office, the Student & Staff Facilities department and the Unit Sports & Culture. About two hundred staff members work in Education & Student Affairs. 

Unit Sports & Culture

The Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is responsible for the development, programming and implementation of TU Delft's sports and cultural policy. S&C consists of three units: Sports, Culture and Events. In addition, three departments (Communication, Services, Planning & Support and Catering) provide expertise to support these programme units.

Thanks to the help of some 50 student organisations, hundreds of teaching staff (most of whom are part time) and trainers, S&C is able to provide an attractive programme of activities in which some 13,500 students and staff members participate each year. The primary goal of S&C is to provide added value to the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of TU Delft. S&C staff members have a strong ambition to contribute to and participate in the personal growth of people in general and the students in particular. They are also committed to their own personal development and they have a strong capacity to learn.

The Communication department provides expertise to support the programme units in their offering. The department is responsible for communications and focuses on analysis, consultancy services, text writing, content management, promotional activities, graphic design and photography. The Communication team consists of three permanent staff and nine student assistants.

Content team

S&C is launching its content team in July 2017. The Communication department is looking for several student assistants who will share a 0.6 FTE position (24 hours) across the week (Monday to Sunday). The content team is part of the Communication department and works closely with colleagues in that department. 

Job description

The content manager's work within the content team will be as follows: 

  • Further development (programming) and technical management of the online timetable/LAMP server.
  • Improving/adapting the organisation of existing digital resources, such as the website, DMS, etc. to enhance the customer journey of users.
  • Delivering monthly reports on website and social media statistics.

You will also support your colleagues in the content team in the following activities: 

  • obtaining, collecting and creating up-to-date and original content within and outside S&C.
  • prioritising, sorting and monitoring content in the content calendar, based on relevance to target groups and overarching frameworks/objectives.
  • editing content (in Dutch and English) and adapting it for use online.
  • posting/distributing content on the website, social media, NetPresenter and the DMS (online timetable).
  • monitoring all digital media content for accuracy and topicality.
  • seizing opportunities to engage in online interaction with followers (and create a bond). 

 Job requirements 

  • You are a student at TU Delft.
  • You have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript.
  • You have experience with designing and building websites.
  • You are an analytical person capable of compiling reports.
  • You have good written proficiency in the Dutch and English languages.
  • You are well-structured and organised.
  • You are creative and capable of creating content.
  • You work independently and proactively make suggestions for improvements.
  • You have knowledge of and experience with social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
  • You are familiar with SEO and web analytics.
  • You have the confidence to engage directly with the organisation in order to obtain content proactively.
  • You have an open attitude and are very much interested in other cultures.
  • You have excellent social skills, are an amicable colleague and customer- and results-oriented. 

Terms and conditions of employment 

  • You are prepared to commit to the content team for a period of at least twelve months. 
  • You are available for at least six hours per week. During that time, you will work at S&C, preferably in two- to four-hour sessions on set days.
  • The salary will be approximately € 12.50 per hour, to be paid by the StuD temporary employment agency. Additionally, S&C also has an attractive package of secondary terms and conditions of employment, such as a free sports card (including gym membership). 

Further information and applications
For further information about this position, please contact Samantha Birtantie-Liebregts, S&C Communication Manager, via s.w.m.liebregts@tudelft.nl or by calling +31 (0)15-2785674. 

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your letter of motivation, complete with curriculum vitae and portfolio, if any, to the e-mail address below no later than Friday 30 June 2017, quoting the following reference: ‘sollicitatie contentbeheerder’ ('application for content manager'). Please also include an indication of the number of hours per week you are available.

Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a (renumerated) trainer for the first Gents team of SRC Thor

TU Delft's Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a trainer at SRC Thor for 2017-2018.
SRC Thor is the biggest student rugby association in Delft with over 140 active members, divided into three men’s teams and one ladies team. The association is housed at the Unit Sports & Culture of the TU Delft. The Thor Gents play in the second division. Due to a number of senior members leaving, the team will be going through a transitional phase the coming season. Are you the person who can guide and motivate the team to play at their full potential? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of Unit Sports & Culture is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people both inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,500 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of SRC Thor and the principal of all the trainers of associations. The accommodation and the trainer, as well as other material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft. 

Primary tasks:

  • Providing training sessions to the Thor Gents first team;
  • To assist in developing the game plan.


The first Gents team of SRC has 2 training sessions of 90 minutes per week, on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Their matches are played on Sundays.

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sports at the TU Delft;
  • An agency work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment;
  • The possibility to train a motivated group of rugby players;
  • The possibility to join regular events that contribute to the bonds of the association’s members.

We require:

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of and experience in rugby (minimal requirements are; Rugby Coach 2 certificate or demonstrable experience);
  • A good command of English is necessary, Dutch would be appreciated.


If you are interested, please send a CV and motivation letter before 16 July 2017 to Joran van der Zwet (Match Secretary of SRC Thor) via tc@remove-this.srcthor.nl. This email address can also be used for any additional questions or information regarding the position.

Information about Unit Sports & Culture can be found on the website: sc.tudelft.nl. For more information about SRC Thor, please see: www.srcthor.nl.

Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a payed trainer for the SRC Thor Ladies team

TU Delft's Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a trainer for SRC Thor for 2017-2018.

SRC Thor is the biggest student rugby association in Delft with over 140 active members, divided into three men’s teams and one ladies team. The association is housed at the Unit Sports & Culture of the TU Delft. The Thor Ladies team consists of a young group of players full of passion and commitment but short on experience, with many just completing their first year of playing rugby. Coming season they will play their matches in the second division. Are you the person who can carry on building on the strong foundation that has been laid, whilst challenging the ladies with varying levels of experience within the team? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of Unit Sports & Culture is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,500 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of SRC Thor and the principal of all the trainers of associations. The accommodation and the trainer, as well as other material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft.  

Primary tasks:

  • Providing training sessions to the Thor Ladies team;
  • To assist in developing the game plan.

The Thor Ladies have two training sessions of 90 minutes per week, on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Their matches are played on Sundays.

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sports at the TU Delft;
  • An agency work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.
  • The possibility to train a motivated group of players; 
  • The possibility to join regular events that contribute to the bonds of the association’s members.

We require:

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of and experience in rugby (minimal requirements are; a Rugby Coach 2 certificate or demonstrable experience);
  • A good command of English is necessary, Dutch would be appreciated.

If you are interested, please send your CV and motivation letter before 16 July 2017 to Joran van der Zwet (Match Secretary of SRC Thor) via tc@remove-this.srcthor.nl. This email address can also be used for any additional questions or information regarding the position.

Information about Unit Sports & Culture can be found on the website: sc.tudelft.nl.

For more information about SRC Thor, please see: www.srcthor.nl.

The Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a trainer for Delft Students Gymnastics association Pegasus

TU Delft's Unit Sports & Culture is looking for a trainer for D.S.T. Pegasus for 2017-2018.

D.S.T. Pegasus was founded in 2008 to provide gymnastics classes for students at the TU Delft. Besides training multiple times per week, a lot of members join in the Dutch Student Gymnastics Competition, which is held in cities throughout the Netherlands. Pegasus is an active association with over a hundred members in a wide variety of levels. Are you the person who can motivate and assist D.S.T. Pegasus? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,500 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of D.S.T. Pegasus and is the principal of all the trainers of associations. The accommodation and the trainer, as well as other material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft.

Primary tasks:

  • Providing part of the trainings, at least two days per week;
  • Discuss lesson plans with the other trainers;
  • Coach the gymnasts at competitions or external training sessions.

D.S.T. Pegasus has three training days per week, on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Five times per year a competition is held in one of the student cities throughout the Netherlands.

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sport at the TU Delft;
  • A work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.

We require:

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of and experience in gymnastics (with Gymnastiek Leider 3 or demonstrable experience);
  • A good command of Dutch and English.

If you are interested or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Jochem Kempe, chairman of D.S.T. Pegasus before 1 July 2017, via info@remove-this.dstpegasus.nl.

Information about S&C can be found on the website: www.sc.tudelft.nl. For more information about D.S.T. Pegasus, please see: www.dstpegasus.nl.

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