Graduate Programmes closing soon

25/01/2018

Graduate and fastrack programmes are a very interesting option to join a company.

Typically they are large, resourceful companies with sophisticated structures and HR policies.

They allow candidates to experience different functions and locations before settling for the right one and without changing companies.

On the down side they can last up to 24 months and be made of 3 different assignments. They are very selective as they are a tool for companies to attract top talent and develop their future leaders.

Here are a few companies offering Graduate Programmes: Heineken, Unilever, AbInBev, BP, Mars, Coca-Cola, Siemens, Google, GE, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Caribbean, Bank of America…

You can find some Graduate Programs on iAgora by clicking here

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Internships in Barcelona

19/01/2018

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Are you looking for an internship in one of the most popular cities in Europe?

Sea, sun, mountains, close to France, great food… and probably the best football team in the world.

There are 74 internships in Barcelona published on iAgora. Looking for people with or without studies; in multinationals, startups or small companies; in sales, finance, marketing or engineering; Spanish-speakers (of course), French-speakers, English-speakers, German-speakers, Swedish-speakers, Italian-speakers, etc…

Companies like Nestlé, Henkel, Accor, Ubisoft, Reckitt, Privalia, Desigual, Mango or Ferrero. Startups like Typeform, Quipu, Wallapop, Socialpoint etc…

Click here and start looking for a work experience in Barcelona!

Internships at French startup La Belle Assiette

11/01/2018

The food service service sector is booming with exciting ventures and cool startups.

One of them is La Belle Assiette. Based in Paris, they allow people to book private chefs for social gatherings. It’s a pretty nice way to host entertaining and delicious dinners at home.

They are currently offering 3 internships in business development for French-speaking markets like Belgium, Luxemburg and Switzerland, Product Development and Event Management for the UK. This last position is for native (or close to) English speakers. Pretty nice way for a native English speaker to go and have an experience in Paris.

Check out the internships on iAgora

Take a look at La Belle Assiette website

 

New professions – Community Manager for Norway at Toluna in Paris

25/09/2013

The internet has brought a lot of things, and one of them is a new profession that is establishing itself firmly in the corporate world. It’s the role of the Community Manager.

It’s probably one of the first roles that any startup tries to fill, but even good old multinationals are hiring Community Managers.

As a community manager you typically manage the company’s blog and other social properties like the Facebook page, the Twitter page etc… You are in charge for interacting with the users. You build a social strategy and execute it through a variety of online tools.

This role started as a typical internship position but it’s becoming more and more strategic.

Here’s a good description of the role: “A Community Manager is the face of a company, managing communications in both directions. This digital-savvy employee is responsible for all communications, PR, social media, events, and content creation, among other things.” by Erin Bury. Read full article.

Here is a link to a Community Manager job at online research company Toluna. They are based in Paris and are currently looking for Norwegian natives.

More Community Manager/ Social media specialist roles on iAgora.

Internship in London for french natives – Stage à Londres

24/09/2013

ASOS is startup based in London, UK. They are a leading online fashion and beauty retailer and they are currently looking for a French intern to do digital marketing.

“We’re looking to hire a Digital Marketing Intern to work in the French team for one year or six months. This is a full-time contract. This is a perfect position for someone who is looking for a placement year. You must be in London, proficient in French and English.”

Interested in a London internship that combines fashion, the internet and in a startup environment?

Here is a direct link to the post

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Voici une opportunité intéressante pour les étudiants francophones souhaitant faire un stage à l’étranger à Londres. L’entreprise est une startup leader dans le secteur de la mode en ligne. Ils vendent déjà dans 190 pays et cherchent des stagiaires francophones pour un poste en marketing digital.

Lancez-vous à l’avenure outre-manche, voici un lien direct vers l’annonce.

Et sinon vous avez un grand nombre de stages à Londres, au UK et à l’étranger sur iAgora.

 

Join the Mailchimp team in Atlanta – Looking for multilinguals!

31/05/2013

 

Mailchimp.com, the leading service

It’s a cool company, they’re great at what they do, they are a private company, so pressure might be a bit less intense than in the typical cutting edge, VC-funded companies in sillicon valley… And they are based in Atlanta, which is original for leading hi-tech business.

If you speak any European languaga you might have good chances to get a job there, because they are currently looking for multilingual people in their techsupport department…

Click here to apply

Click here to see more jobs

Click here to read about Mailchimp

… or come to iAgora to search for more jobs and internships in tech companies and startups.

Careers in Online Payments industry – Paymentwall – Turkey

10/05/2013

Paymentwall is and internet company based in Berlin which has built a very interesting payment system.

The ‘online payments’ industry is very competitive. Apart from the old players like PayPal, internet giants like Amazon and Google are coming in, and so are new companies like Braintree or mobile payments companies… There are many challenges to solve.

More information about the company:

www.paymentwall.com

They are offering many different job opportunities, like this one:

Business Development Turkey

 

 

http://www.paymentwall.com/en/jobs/job?id=55

Agent Service B2C Internship – El Tenedor, Barcelona

27/03/2013

El Tenedor is the leading restaurant booking service in France and Spain.

They are looking for French natives to deal with customer/restaurant communications.

Check the advert here (.pdf doc)

You can also check their other opportunities here, or read about the company here.

Barcelona hitech startup looking for Content Marketing Intern

26/03/2013

Fever, is a Barcelona-based tech startup that develops a ‘going-out’ app. The team is young, dynamic and full of passion about technology.

You might want to check it out if you want to work in the tech field and/or live in Barcelona.

From the job description (click to view and apply):

“What we are looking for:

  • A great person, who we will enjoy to work with.
  • Cool, collective demeanour to perform under deadlines and pressure.
  • Self-directed and the ability to recognize key business trends within the social industry.
  • A positive mental attitude coupled with a passion for providing the best product ever.
  • Someone with an engaging and outgoing personality.
  • Know how to have a good time. After all, our industry is about leisure and entertainment.
  • Thorough understanding of our product needs and potential future market opportunities.
  • Cultural fit and PR experience i.e. you get along easily with people and can perform under pressure.”

… or check other opportunities at Fever.

… or check their website

And you’re interested in this check iAgora for similar opportunities in Barcelona, in tech, or in Europe. Search smart.

 

 

Wooga renting 20 flats for international hires in Berlin

26/03/2013

Wooga is a cool company (online gaming leader) based in a super-cool city (Berlin).

“What I thought was amazing about Wooga when I visited the company’s offices in Berlin (which, by the way, are stunning as you can probably tell from the photos embedded in this article), is just how international its workforce is – and how Wooga has managed to get this talent from all over the world interested in joining (and sticking with) them.” Read full article

So check www.wooga.com to see whether they have interesting opportunities for you.

Or better even, go to www.iagora.com and save time searching jobs at Wooga and similar companies in Europe and beyond.

 

 


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