Iva Jankovic
June 19, 2015

We're looking for an Intern Project Management

We are looking for an intern in Project Management for betahaus | Academy. Are you ready and excited to start working in a vibrant, dynamic and creative coworking space and work on your organisation, management and writing skills? A hard worker, positively challenged by getting responsibility for tasks and content? Good in organising, and fluent in English (both conversing and writing)? Then we may be looking for you!

What will you be doing?

- Project planning and ongoing development 

- Planning and coordinating project logistics including meetings, scheduling workshops and courses at betahaus | Education 

- Ensuring efficient and effective communication: communicate clearly, concisely, and frequently. 

- Assisting in planning, and implementation 

- Working with social media to increase workshops' and courses' social media presence and engagement.

We require that...

- You have experience in organising events / projects 

- You have good organisational skills 

- You're excellent in written and verbal communication 

- You're comfortable running meetings with a wide variety of audiences 

- You're studying, or you have graduated from a relevant studies. Passionate about the culture of startups, design, makers and doers.

Bonus points

As our intern in Project Management & Marketing, you will be able to take part in a betahaus | Education course or workshop of your choice: WordPress, 3D Printing, Weaving, Indesign, Introduction to woodshop, etc. Take a look out our program: www.betahaus.com/berlin/education

Also, if you have ideas, you're more then welcome to pitch them and make them happen in betahaus!

Starting date : Up for discussion

How to apply

Do you think this is the right position for you? Please send us your CV and a short letter of intent at iva@betahaus.de

We are looking forward to meeting you!

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