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We are looking for talent that wants to go beyond an advisory model. With us, a tender means that we actually participate in the tender. Green light means project delivery. That means that what we say we can do.
We work on large and complex tenders and implementation projects, because that is where we find the most challenge, innovation and the possibility of smart integration. As a starter at Count & Cooper, you will be given your own responsibilities within the team from day one.
This starts with small assignments such as analysing comments on a plan or developing an environmental analysis. After a few weeks you organise planning sessions yourself, work out the traffic plan or, for example, devise the environmental approach for a project.
After two months you will be fully responsible for your parts and you will be the contact person for your scope within the project. The responsibilities keep growing so that you can keep developing.
All our Project Analysts follow the two-year Project Analyst Programme, in which you learn more about yourself and the projects you work on. During intensive learning modules and mentor sessions, we give talent the space to get to know themselves and the tender world. Prepare for management simulations, serious gaming, role-playing and a learning route outside your comfort zone.
Unlike many academies or traineeships, the Count & Cooper Academy is not just for starters. After all, human capital is our most important asset, and we are convinced that if we fully invest in it, we will earn back both ways. Every employee - including the partners - follows various training courses, coaching sessions and practical modules in order to continue to develop.