Growth Hacking Intern for scaling Fintech company

at Pollen Technologies in London

(₤1000 per month)

WHO ARE POLLEN?
Pollen is a Digital Business Payments company.

We offer a cloud-based payments platform designed for SME's.

We are regulated by the FCA and funded by some of London's top investors.

Looking to grow and take advantage of new opportunities created by PSD2/Open Banking.


THE ROLE
This is a varied role covering inbound marketing and relationship management, as you’ll be an important part of helping the company grow.

Every day will be different, and you’ll have to wear a few different hats. Some work will be project related, but you’ll never be isolated.

Working out of our cool offices at WeWork in Mansion House, with free beer and a great roof terrace overlooking london : )


RESPONSIBILITIES
Every day will be different, examples of work:
Social Media management
Presentation deck creation
Organising events
Market research and analysis
Speaking to customers (via live chat)


TYPE OF PERSON WHO WOULD BE IDEAL
Organised, self-starter, accountable and possessing the ability to flourish in a challenging, fast-paced, professional environment with frequent shifts in priorities, as business needs dictate.

Passionate
Well organised
Excellent networker and adept at building relationships
Great communication skills, both written and verbal
Understanding and interest in technology


IN RETURN
We will provide you with the invaluable experience of working in a scaling startup alongside an experienced and talented team. With the strong possibility of a paid position to follow.


FAQ

Paid?
We’ll give you a weekly payment to cover expenses (travel, food).

Duration?
12 weeks (negotiable).

Potential for full-time?
Absolutely. We’re looking to get the right people involved, so come aboard and prove your worth.

Start date?
ASAP.

Next steps?
Send us your CV and a quick paragraph about why you’re going to accel in this role.

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Published at 11 Feb 2018
Expires on 11 Apr 2018