Human Resources

Working Student in HR: Team Assistant

About the position

Our company is building a revolutionary product which will affect the way millions of people study and play music every day. We are searching for an passionate student to take over the role as Team Assistant ready to join our effort. Enote is building an intelligent mobile application which will provide millions of amateurs and professionals instant access to the majority of world’ music heritage.
Please only apply if you have a valid work permit for Germany!
Please note: This job pays 10€ /h!

Job Responsibilities

  • You support our CEO in creating a great corporate culture.
  • Your primary focus is to make our employees happy.
  • You order drinks and snacks and make sure there is always enough in the office.
  • You organize team-events or small office gatherings.
  • You actively bring suggestions on how to improve the well being of our employees.
  • You are analyzing the results of our employee surveys, work out suggestions for improvement and discuss them with the CEOs. 
  • You implement and execute those improvements and measure the results.

What we expect from you

  • Active Student/in at an accredited University.
  • Your are a social person and dedicated to creating a happy team culture.
  • You are studying a subject with HR / HR focus.
  • Organizational Talent.
  • You already have worked in an HR role in the past as intern / working student or full time position.

What we offer you

  • Comfortable modern office in the heart of Berlin’s tech scene, very well connected to all local transportation services
  • Small team, flat hierarchy, founder-led start-up
  • We value diversity. You will only be judged based on your skills and fit for the job
  • We are open minded! You are more than welcome to criticize and improve our processes and working culture
  • High quality standards, your colleagues are experienced professionals
  • Top-notch hardware equipment
  • Work in a start-up with a high valuation and a 7-figure funding