Digital & Innovation

The future calls for people who look further

 

Anyone who starts working at APG will start working for an organization with a mission and impact on society. If you choose APG, you choose a job in which you contribute to a bright future.

Whether you are developing new applications and services, working on asset management or communication: you always look further than today. And only those who look further will progress.

 

#doyouseeyourfuturewithAPG

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Meet our Digital talent

APG is a small company but the impact of APG is large around the globe.

Garima Devpura, DevOps engineer

Innovative techniques save a lot of money, and that money benefits the pension participants.

Ben Cremers, Technical application manager

At APG, you work on the future. With techniques such as data science and AI, you have an impact on the pensions of millions of people.

Peter Strikwerda, Head of Digitalization & Innovation

Through our colleagues' eyes

Working in an ever-changing world, that’s what I like best about working in ICT.

Jarno Veltrop

System engineer & scrum master

I see so much support.

Hillary Ovaga

DevOps engineer

The open corporate culture allows me to think along with ICT about innovation and creative solutions every day.

Cees Huijerjans

DevOps engineer

I see, in addition to capital and people, data as the third precondition for being able to do our jobs.

Igor Trijnes

Datamanagement consultant

There is no 'one size fits all' solution.

Marcel Simons

Agile coach

Your first impulse isn't always the right one.

Joeri Brinks

.NET developer

I see it as an advantage to work in a man's world.

Mariska Ernes-Jeurissen

Business consultant

Motivated employees do a better job.

Bram Kelchtermans

System engineer

I myself am hugely driven when it comes to improvement, renewal and progress

Bas de Jonge

Business lead digital change and innovation

“It's still not quite right, so let’s make it better”

Jana Stegerhütte

QA & Test Lead

With one foot in the future, and one foot in the present

Roland Gardeniers

IT architect