We’re looking for an intern that could help us take Salacia Solutions to the next level.
Salacia provides a cloud-based solution that helps our clients track and report on their environmental impact in a much more efficient and effective way than they now do. More info on what we do, can be found here: Salacia Solutions | Home
We could use help with three things:
We’re working in a small team, so from day one, you’ll get a lot of responsibility and – if you want – influence on our strategies.
We’re flexible in terms of start date, but prefer some time in April. Because the work you’ll be doing can be challenging, we think the internship will be most valuable for your learning curve if you stay at least 5 months. Since we are growing fast, a permanent contract after this period is an option.
You can express your interest via email@example.com
A forest consisting of one species of trees is fragile. Diversity means resilience. This also applies to our startup. The more diverse, the better we can handle the storm.
We are informal, open and sincere in our contact. Both within our team, and with our clients
We have as much fun as possible during work. Or we work as much as possible during having fun.
We trust in our own and each other's qualities. We take responsibility for our own work, but we also have each other's back.
Each voice is equally important: the best argument wins. Whether you have a week or a decade of experience, we can all learn from each other.
We invest in each individual's growth. But no team member is more important than the wellbeing and success of the team as a whole. We invest in that together.
We're curious, critical and idealistic. A little activist even. We are not afraid to give our opinion. More importantly: we're definitely not afraid to change it.
We don’t work just to earn a living. We continuously discuss the ‘why do we do what we do’-question. As individuals and as a team. For ourselves, our clients and for society.
Preach and practice
We believe in practice what you preache. We track our own impact and are continuously looking for ways to decrease it.