11. July 2016–
Thinking of moving to Munich? Munich, as the capital of Bavaria, offers a very different lifestyle to Berlin and other German cities. It’s known for its strong economy, low unemployment and great breweries. Need we say more? Check out four jobs looking to be filled in Munich, in this weeks Jobs of the Week.
eGym, Head of System Administration
eGym develops, manufactures and sells software and hardware products for the fitness market. If that’s an area of interest for you and you want to lead an internal IT infrastructure team, this might be the position for you. You should have a creative mind mixed with technical expertise. You should also be proficient in at least one programming language. Fluent in English, German skills a plus.
FlixBus, Product Manager, Digital
FlixBus is a leading mobility provider. You’ve probably taken one of their buses! What was once a startup has turned into a major intercity bus network. In this role, your responsibility will span the entire product lifecycle. You will help develop and implement new products. They’re looking for someone who has a degree in computer science, IT, or something similar. You should have strong analytical skills and be fluent in German and English.
Caremondo, Web Editor – Content Writing
If writing is your thing and you want to join a rapidly growing startup, Caremondo is hiring a web editor. You’ll plan, create and edit the completion of articles on the medical tourism market. As part of this, you will coordinate with key company stakeholders, including clinics and doctors. You should be enthusiastic about startups and digital health, as well as have 2-3 years of experience working in journalism or marketing. You will also need to be well-versed in SEO.
Proglove, Production Planning Intern
Proglove is a smart glove that enhances the “most important tools of professionals” – their hands. They enable manufacturing to go faster. If you want to be part of a team that builds prototypes and advances the role of wearables, this position might be for you. They’re looking for an intern with prototyping experience with CAD skills. How to apply? Skip writing a cover letter. Write to them about an exciting personal projects, as well as a short summary of your past accomplishments.
Our job board features many exciting job positions, in Munich and in other German cities. If you’re not looking to live in Munich, stay tuned for our upcoming Jobs of the Week and in the meantime, check out the HEUREKA job board.