Job offer

Working Student Internationalisation

Are you on our radar?

  • You are currently completing your studies in business administration, communication science, English studies or a comparable field and would like to promote communication between our headquarters and the sister companies in English-speaking countries?
  • Do you enjoy written translations from German into English and oral communication with native English speakers?
  • Setting up a bilingual wiki for the internationalisation department sounds like an exciting task to you?
  • Are you interested in optimising and expanding existing communication channels?

We have the job for you!

Working Student Internationalisation

(f/m/d)

Weather is more

At WetterOnline, around 150 employees at the locations in Bonn and Bornheim and branches in the UK and the USA not only ensure a particularly precise weather forecast, but also a good working climate. The Internationalisation department stands for diversity and growth. A committed team with many areas of responsibility and your own scope for development awaits you.

To succeed with us, you will need:

  • an advanced degree in business studies, communication studies, English studies, or a comparable subject area
  • ideally some experience in the field of translation (e.g., through internships) and very good written and spoken language skills in English and German (being bilingual is a big plus)
  • a quick grasp of the internal departmental processes of internationalisation
  • very good communication skills, initiative, a strong team spirit and a high willingness to learn

This is what we also offer you

The wishes for work-life balance are as individual as the people who work for us. That’s why we offer you various opportunities to shape your working day according to your needs – from flexible working time models to health care.

We’ll listen to you, we promise.

Mejgan Baumann

Mejgan Baumann

Recruiter

Romina Klein

Romina Klein

Recruiter