The V-Label department is looking for a person that would be excited in supporting us in doing research on food technology and economy, customer service and international collaboration.
– Research on food technology and economy.
– Supporting customer account managers in the licensing process in the food sector, from inquiries to invoicing.
– Database maintenance, document management and office organisation.
– Supporting international V-Label partner countries.
– You are enthusiastic about plant-based living.
– Ideally, you are enrolled in food technology, food chemistry, biotechnology, pharmacy, ecotrophology, or a related course of studies or have a high affinity for nutrition, quality management, or international collaboration.
– You have experience in dealing with customers.
– You have good communication skills.
– You can work independently.
– You have a good command of English and German at a native-speaker level.
– You have a good knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel and Word.
– Good project management are preferred.
- Start: as soon as possible (please indicate available period)
- Period: voluntary internships 3 months, compulsory internships up to 6 months
- Location: Berlin or remote
About ProVeg International
ProVeg is a food awareness organisation with the mission to reduce global animal consumption by 50% by the year 2040. We are active in eight countries across four continents and are growing rapidly. We work with governments, private companies, public institutions, medical professionals, and the public to help the world transition to a more plant-based society and economy that is sustainable for humans, animals, and our planet.
ProVeg is committed to equal employment opportunity for all, regardless of race, religion, colour, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, refugee background, genetic information, disability, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, HIV status, gender identity, or gender expression. People of colour, women, people with disabilities, people from LGBTQIA+ communities, elderly people, refugees and people living with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply.
Our Application Procedure
If you would like to apply, please submit your application documents (including cover letter, curriculum vitae and references) using the application form and ensure that you answer all of the questions.
Should you be shortlisted for the job, the following steps will apply:
1. An online-based sample task.
2. An initial interview with you.
3. An office trial day, which will consist of undertaking a set of tasks that would be typical of the work that you would do with us. Depending on the location, this day can either take place in our office or can be done from home. In this way, we want to get to know you and your way of working even better, as well as give you the opportunity to get a good idea of the work entailed.
4. Subsequently, the final decision will be made (if necessary an additional final discussion may be required).