Recently we re-launched the EU-Startups job board, and were pleasantly surprised to see that despite the current pandemic, many startups are still continuing to hire and focus on team growth.
Today we wanted to highlight just how broad the types of jobs on the EU-Startups job board can be, covering specialisms like coding, to sales, to marketing. Additionally, even though many jobs are listed as being in one location, the terms often state flexibility regarding city, with many startups now offering remote work or flexible timetables.
Don’t forget you can easily search the EU-Startups job board by location, full-time/part-time, and keyword to bring up cool jobs in your area.
Mongoose Gray are keen to explain to you Why this Head of Data Engineering role is like Star Wars. This IT recruitment firm definitely adds a fresh human perspective to their job roles, not forgetting a sprinkle of humor (just check out their website). They’re currently looking for someone with a Computer Science Bachelors and/or Masters, who is also confident, decisive, pragmatic, proactive, a team worker and reliable. “May the force be with you.”
Can you imagine yourself working to help ensure that entrepreneurs from around the world can make their ideas a reality? Then maybe you should join Bridge, a New York – Madrid social startup (listed as Forbes 30 Under 30 and Ashoka Fellows). They’re currently looking for a PR & Communications Manager to get their message out there and work closely with their sales and marketing teams.
You’ve probably heard of Lime, the mobility startup on a mission to make city transport more sustainable with its e-scooters. The team is now looking for a Senior Counsel, EMEA. Startup Lime is based in the US, but this position is in Berlin, Germany. The job involves advising on and managing a fascinating variety of legal and compliance issues across EMEA at one of the most dynamic startups around at the moment. What are you waiting for?
GoStudent is a fast-growing startup (we interviewed their co-founder Felix recently!) in the edtech sector. Their team is already at 50+ employees, 1.000+ tutors and 4.000+ customers, and they’re on a mission to prove learning can be fun in a virtual classroom. They’re currently looking for a Customer Success Manager for the French market who can take charge of a students and parents customer base.
To see more jobs across the whole of Europe, from Amsterdam to Roma, take a look at the job board yourself. Jobs are arriving every day, so it’s worth checking daily for new positions.