Your colleagues

At CBS, you will find people with different backgrounds working closely together: economists and software engineers, but also mathematicians, physicists, biologists, medical practitioners and chemists. What they all have in common is a focus on research results of outstanding quality.

Coskun - Statistical Researcher / Questionnaire Developer

Coskun (on a football field), Statistical Researcher / Questionnaire Developer, 20 surveys on a variety op topics and themes, 8,000 questions as part of survey research, 20,000 lines to formulate clear questions, 1.4 million punctuation marks to dot the i's and cross the t's and a feared opponent in local amateur football. Are you ready to join us?

Read Coskun's story here.

Linda - Project Manager R&D and Innovation Statistics

Linda (in a Cuban Salsa café), Project Manager R&D and Innovation Statistics, 6,831 respondents completing the R&D survey, 173 variables to measure the innovative power of companies, 73,920 lines of code for calculation of the figures, 4 data deliveries to the European Union and going dancing in Cuba twice a year. Are you ready to join us?

Read Linda's story here.

Reinoud - Head of Methodology

Reinoud (on the beach), Head of Methodology, 1 urgent policy question about Dutch society, 5 million nodes to be modelled, 800 million relations in a social network, 256 GB of working memory to speed things up and surfing in the roughest waters. Are you ready to join us?

Read Reinouds’s story here.

Florianne - Information Manager

Florianne with her horse (in a forest), Information Manager, 2 projects under her wings to improve the workplace at CBS, 7 job positions to develop continuously, 15 training courses to increase her personal skills, 19 years of service full of enjoyable challenges and at home, horse riding in the forest. Are you ready to join us?

Read Florianne's story here.

Joram - Software Developer

Joram (in a game shop), Software Developer, 40 internal customers each with their own unique need, 5 bugs that became top priority, 1 minimum viable product to receive feedback on, 12 feature requests to work on and developing his own game at night. Are you ready to join us?

Read Joram's story here.