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Startup Jobs of the Week: Join Free2Move, tacterion, Typeform or TalentLyft

With currently more than 300 exciting opportunities, the EU-Startups job board is on its way to become Europe’s leading destination for startup jobs. You’re looking for a new adventure? Quit your boring job now and join a growing startup team somewhere in Europe. As a little appetizer, here are the startup jobs of the week:

Free2MoveFree2Move is a Berlin-based startup which gives you access to every single carsharing provider in your city. They also provide provides enterprise-level services, websites and mobile apps. Apply now as Senior iOS Developer.

tacterion-logotacterion is a Munich-based startup and was founded in 2015 as a spin-off of the German Aerospace Center. The company develops and markets a unique sensor technology called sensorskin. Apply now as Business Development Manager.

Typeform-logoTypeform is a Barcelona-based startup which makes online data collection more human, by making every interaction with its product feel like a conversation. Join the fast-growing company now as a Senior Product Marketer.

Talentlyft-logoTalentLyft is helping companies to modernize their hiring process. As a SaaS platform, it helps any size company to find, attract, communicate and hire the best talent. Join the growing team now in Zagreb as a Content Marketing Specialist.

By the way: If you’re a startup CEO and also looking for some rockstar employees for your company, make sure to publish a job opening with us now. While basic job ads are free, a premium job ad (for just €49) provides you with the following advantages:

  • Your job will be highlighted and always on top of the basic job ads
  • Promoted through Twitter (@EU_Startups: 19,500 followers)
  • Promoted with a post on our Facebook page (8,930 fans)
  • Job/company will be mentioned in our jobs of the week article
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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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