Working with Grolsch means contributing to the improvement, renewal and growth of our organization and the satisfaction of our customers.

We love outspoken colleagues with concrete plans who take their responsibility and have their own ideas. We stimulate independence and encourage talent. We believe that the best beer is made with the best people.


Do you think it's important to keep developing yourself? We do too! We therefore pay attention to your functioning, growth opportunities and personal development; Where necessary, we invest in relevant training and education.


Together with your supervisor, you regularly discuss your developmental areas. These areas may relate to your current function or any follow-up step in your career. If you have expressed your interest in another function and / or next step, then the feasibility of this is investigated and evaluated. If there is a need for training, Grolsch will cooperate with quality training institutes and training agencies.


Internship and graduation

Do you follow a study at the MBO, HBO or at the university and are you looking for an inspirational internship or place to graduate? Then Grolsch offers certain possibilities! We believe in the strength of collaboration with students and therefore offer interesting internship or graduation opportunities on a regular basis. Take the challenge to turn theory into practice.


Current vacancies can be found on our vacancy page.

Young Development Program

Wanted: Young Professionals

You have an academic background and are at the beginning of your career. You are eager to get started in a management function. You want to learn, take on challenges and work hard. Do you recognize yourself in this profile? Then you might like our Young Development Program!

Young Development Program

The Young Development Pogram was set up to prepare young potentials for a future management function. Together with other Grolsch professionals from various disciplines, you will follow an intensive program for one and a half years.

During the program, the candidates will discover where their talents are and what they want to develop. Of course, with the goal of successfully managing a management function. In addition to individual practical assignments, there are also theoretical and group assignments: presenting presentations, interviewing stakeholders and giving feedback to each other. It's no cakewalk, but hard work on your own development. During the kick off, the candidates get to know each other better and get information about the program. Then there are four modules:

  • Discover your talent
  • See the other
  • How do you present yourself?
  • What does leadership mean for you?