Oferta pracy: Young, entrepreneurial business person wanted - Procurence sp z o.o.

Would you like to join innovative start-up selling supply chain risk management software to top international companies? Here's your chance!

We're looking for a motivated person to join our team. We're preferably looking for an all-rounder, since we're too small to have set roles - you'll be involved in everything from support, quality management, sales, marketing and the like.

When? NOW! Apply by 30.5.2012, starting in June.

Your responsibilities:

  • Support with sales presentations and sales
  • World-wide Power User support, training workshops for clients
  • Co-ordination of testing of new releases
  • Assistant to the CEO
  • Whatever else you're up to!

About you:

  • You have to know how to make good coffee (just kidding ;-) our machine can handle that)
  • You're motivated, results oriented and know how to tackle problems
  • Perfect English is a must - all of our clients are foreign and company language is English
  • Good German is a big plus, but not a must
  • Ability to learn quickly - we don't have time to mollycoddle you
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • General understanding of IT (no programming skills needed, but you'll have to teach others how to use our software)
  • Knowledge of Procurement is a plus, but not necessary - we'll teach you all you need
  • Work experience is a plus, but again not necessary.

Why Procurence?

  • Dynamic, young company - you're not bound by your job description - if other areas of our business interest you, you can branch out.
  • You'll learn about Procurement and Supply Chain Risk Management - hot topics at the moment
  • We'll teach you management consulting skills, advanced PowerPoint & Excel
  • Flexible working time
  • If you prove your worth, you can get stock options.

Please apply by 1/6/2012 per mail to [email protected]

Send us:

  • Your CV (don’t forget the official data protection stuff about letting us handle your documents)
  • In 10 points: Why you?
  • Format up to you. If we can’t read it, bad luck …