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Working Student (m/f/d) Global Service Lifecycle Management

Location:  Munich
Requisition-ID:  2722

Discover Your Passion for the World of Banknotes. G+D Currency Technology is a market leader in creating innovative solutions for banknotes and banknote processing systems. We are a trusted partner to central banks and the currency industry, increasing security and efficiency in the money cycle. As part of Giesecke+Devrient Group, we offer a wide range of development opportunities in an international, family-owned company that has more than 11,000 employees worldwide. In addition to competitive remuneration, you can also expect an excellent package of benefits, and flexible working conditions.

We are looking for you as a Working Student (m/f/d) who enjoys taking on varied topics and tasks around the topic of Global Service Lifecycle Management and thereby getting to know the varied and interdisciplinary everyday life of Global Service Business Development.

 

Your tasks:

 

  • Together with our team, you will work on projects in banknote processing service, such as digitization service.
  • You analyse the competitive environment and maintain the marketing materials
  • Your organize meetings and workshops for various occasions
  • In addition, you create presentations and support the department management


Your profile:

 

  • You are a student (m/f/d) in the field of business administration, industrial engineering or similar courses of study
  • In a dynamic enviroment you feel comfortable and bring a positive hands-on mentality to the team
  • You are enthusiastic about our worldwide Service Business Development and are able to quickly understand our diverse interfaces
  • With the common MS Office skills, in particular Excel and PowerPoint you are familiar
  • You have good knowledge of German and English

We are looking forward to receiving your application!

G+D Currency Technology GmbH
Prinzregentenstrasse 159, 81677 Munich
www.gi-de.com/join-ct
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