Community Manager Intern

  • Bugenhagenstraße 9, 10551 Berlin, Germany
  • Part-time

Company Description

Luxembourg-Slovenian business club (NGO) is a unique platform of SME’s and professionals linked in global projects. We establish first-class business connections between decision makers in various markets and industries. As a smaller company and a growing organization, the work will be done remotely with weekly team meetings and a co-working atmosphere. 

Right now, we are developing the CISpace Project.

CISpace, located in Moabit, Berlin, opened its doors in July 2020 as a new concept of a co-working café that is building upon its own collaborative intelligence network. CISpace is an idea evolved from LSBC experience & practice. We are trying to create a network of collaborative spaces where professionals can share a place to work and to meet each other in a comfortable and sincere area. CISpace Berlin is our first pilot location as a coworking space. As CISpace Community Manager Intern, you’ll be the heart and soul for all our members, visitors and guests.

Feel free to check out our website for more information! https://www.cispace.tk/

Job Description

Here is what you will be doing:

  • Greeting customers and providing guest service
  • Solving daily problems or complaints ensuring the quality of the service 
  • Establishing a friendly relationship with regular clients
  • Communicating with the remote marketing team
  • Providing business ideas and implementing them

Qualifications

We are looking for candidates who are:

  • Customer oriented
  • Communicative
  • Extroverted and sociable
  • Team oriented
  • Organized and love multitasking
  • Interested in interacting with coworkers and being part of coworking spaces

It would be ideal if you have:

  • Excellent written and spoken English skills
  • Basic understanding of German
  • Experience in hospitality, gastronomy, and event organization

Additional Information

What we offer you:

  • Drinks, food and a place to study,
  • Opportunity to work in an international environment
  • Flexible working hours
  • Help with finding accommodation for candidates who don’t come from Berlin
  • Hands-on practical experience for your entry into a professional career
  • Once in a lifetime opportunity to spend your internship time

Starting date and working hours:

  • Period: flexible starting dates, but preferably in the shortest time possible
  • Duration: minimum 2 months, more is a plus
  • Working hours: 30 – 40 hours per week

 

Internship testimonials:

»Working for LSBC has many pros. To start with Nataša and Iztok, who started the entire thing, I can honestly say they are great people to have as your bosses because they explain what needs to be done but leave you a lot of manoeuvring space to do it and they encourage you to be creative and support your ideas. Another thing is definitely the possibility of networking and meeting new people. Additionally, jobs’ working hours are flexible to the extent that you choose when you do your work and you can do it from home and at the same time practice your English since it is the operative language.«
Ana Kosmac, Slovenia

»LSBC has helped me grow professionally as well as a person and provided me with a sense of European community development opportunities that I am really grateful for. I really recommend this organization and thank the people in front of this NGO (Iztok Petek and Natasa Zajec) for this amazing opportunity.«
Diogo Mendes Silva, Portugal

»LSBC gave me a unique opportunity to feel an open and flexible environment, meet new people and learn«
Daniele Montalbano, Italy