Looking for a change? How about moving to Copenhagen, Berlin, Barcelona, or Warsaw to begin a new career at one of Europe’s exciting new startups? Startups across the continent are hiring for a range of positions from software developers to content writers, marketers, managers, engineers, and sales experts. Check out the EU-Startups job board for a listing of over 600 startup jobs throughout Europe. Here’s a small sample of positions that are currently available:
Copenhagen-based edtech startup Labster develops interactive lab simulations based on algorithms to support science education. The company is looking for a UX/UI Designer with a minimum of four years of experience working with UX/UI in a product company, preferably within the edtech industry. They are also hiring a Senior Python Software Engineer to join their team responsible for the maintenance and development of new features for its platform. Benefits include working in an international work environment, flexible working hours, and the opportunity to work with the latest technologies.
BYHOURS is the first and only international online booking platform and app that allows you to book microstays in more than 2,500 hotels for 3, 6, or 12 hours throughout Europe, America and the Middle East. The company is currently hiring for several positions at its Barcelona office, including a Full Stack Developer and an Android Developer.
Startup Development House, a startup builder based in Warsaw, is looking for a Project Manager, who will work directly with the Head of Product and CEO on various projects for clients from different backgrounds. The right candidate should have at least two years of project management experience in the IT industry, and speak fluent English with at least a C1 level.
Auto1 Group, Europe’s leading online used car marketplace, is looking for a Corporate Tax Manager to join its headquarters in Berlin. Among other responsibilities, the role will involve creating and reviewing tax returns and independently handling tax audits and payroll tax audits. The ideal candidate will hold a degree in economics or law, preferably with a focus on taxation, and have at least three years of professional experience in practical German tax law.
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