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Startup Jobs of the Week: Join Mynd, Ambrosus, Kiron, or Sorbas

Tired of the corporate world and want to put your skills to use at an innovative, growing company? Join one of Europe’s exciting new startups, which are hiring for a range of positions including content writers, marketers, managers, software developers, engineers, and social media experts across the continent. Many offer informal work environments, flat hierarchies, and opportunities for rapid advancement. Check out EU-Startups job board for a listing of over 400 startup jobs throughout Europe. Here’s a small sample of positions that are currently available:

myndMynd, a startup that creates marketing videos for companies, is looking for a Junior Sales Manager to join its team in Frankfurt. The right candidate will be responsible for identifying the needs of new and existing clients, analysing the German market, building the sales department, and opening new markets. The startup offers a feel-good, informal work environment with a flat hierarchy, a friendly team, and absurd events.

ambrosus_logoAmbrosus is an early-stage startup developing decentralized IoT networks for supply chains. The company is hiring for a Communications and Marketing Manager and a Business Development Associate based in London. Candidates should speak native level English, and be willing to put in long hours to keep pace with this fast-growing startup.

kironKiron Open Higher Education is a non-profit organization founded in 2015 with the mission of providing access to higher education and successful learning for refugees through digital solutions. The startup is hiring for several positions at its Berlin office, including an Office & Happiness Manager, Head of Donor Relations, and a Student Communications Manager.

sorbasSorbas is an innovative European footwear brand offering shoes and sneakers made by shoemakers in Europe under fair labor conditions. The startup is hiring for an E-Commerce Management Assistant in Leipzig, who will be responsible for the smooth functioning of its online shop, process returns and care for products, monitor product orders and inventory levels, and help with marketing. The right candidate should speak German and English, have a university degree in a related field, and be able to quickly learn software programs.

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Mary Loritz
Mary Loritz
Mary served as Head of Content at EU-Startups.com from November 2018 until November 2019. She is an experienced journalist and researcher covering tech and business topics.

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