Did you know, that on average, it takes one month of job searching for every $10,000 you want to earn? This means job hunting can be one long drawn out nightmare. A nightmare we’d like to help you with. GirlCrew has teamed up with Jobbio to make it easier to find that dream job by creating the GirlCrew Careers Channel. Jobbio has curated the channel based on your feedback on the jobs you are actually searching for. The GirlCrew channel currently has lots of exciting roles in varying industries in exciting cities like Dublin, London, New York and Lille. To make your job search even easier, we’ve picked out 5 great jobs that we think are worth dusting off your CV for.
1. Lawyer – Stripe
The Payments app Stripe is looking for a lawyer to join their team. The successful candidate will help them navigate the business and legal landscape.
“We work on some of the most challenging technical, business, and legal problems around, and we’re looking for a fantastic Dublin-based lawyer to join us. In this role, you will work with talented people throughout the company to help Stripe understand and comply with financial services, data privacy and other regulations, and will deal with a diverse set of matters that straddle financial services and technology.” Find out more here.
2. Live Events & Experiential MGMT Intern -Headcase
Event Management is a career choice that is frequently discussed in our groups so we could never have not included this, but Headcase really got us excited by this role. Internships that lead to careers are always valuable. We really love that Headcase is dedicated to making this happen. “The position is unsalaried, but the candidate will be paid via an internship stipend, which will also be supplemented by aspects of fully paid work. The goal of the course is the investment in the creation of a full-time role with Headcase in 9mths. We have the track record of working hard to make this work.”
3. Media Relations Manager – EY
This is possibly one of the most exciting roles on the list (except ours of course) The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year programme has been running in Ireland for 20 years. It is a global programme that is run by EY in over 60 countries, across six continents. The Media Relations Manager will be tasked with planning, driving and coordinating media relations activity around the EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) programme. Managing media relations activity with key media partners on the EOY programme. This role is perfect for someone with a strong background in Public Relations.
4. Psychologist – Spectrum Health
Spectrum Health has clinics across Ireland. They have an ethos of fun in the workplace, and work hard to ensure that their 100,000 active customers and 300+ corporate clients get the highest level of customer experience. They use the latest techniques and technologies to improve their health and well-being. So if you are a Qualified Psychologists (Counselling & Clinical Psychologist). This might be the job for you.
5. iOS and Android Developers – GirlCrew
If you are reading this you most likely already know that GirlCrew is a women’s only social network that makes it easy and convenient to find new friends. For everything from a coffee at your local cafe to gigs, hikes and holidays abroad. If you are reading this and you are an iOS or Android Developer. You’ll be excited to hear that we are currently looking for developers. The positions are contract roles to develop a Hybrid App for both Android and iOS. GirlCrew is a super awesome, friendly and fun place to work. I’m not just saying that because my boss is reading this. We are really excited to grow our team.
Make sure to head over to the “work” section on the GirlCrew website and check out all the other specially curated job opportunities on our channel with companies like Booking.com, Secret Escapes, Diageo and Docusign.
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