Working Student for Online Marketing and Content Generation (m/f)

Working Student for Online Marketing and Content Generation (m/f)
Published on: Jun 9, 2017
Updated: Aug 18, 2022

Apply now as a working student for online marketing and content generation at parcelLab


We help online retailers ensure an outstanding customer experience even after the purchase and maximize customer loyalty. We make this possible with our service, which not only monitors parcel shipments, but also allows individual customer communication for online retailers. As we are currently growing very successfully and want to maintain this, we need further energetic support in the area of content generation

Your tasks are:

  • generate eCommerce content for our blog
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  • Create themes and texts for our newsletter
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  • Tell stories about our company and team
  • Create press articles

Your profile:

  • You have a passion for writing
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  • You have already gained some experience
  • You take the initiative to make new stories from everyday life worth reading
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  • You have a fluent knowledge of German

What we offer:

  • A broad range of responsibilities with a high degree of personal responsibility
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  • Much flexibility and freedom for your ideas
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  • Exciting opportunities for further development
  • The opportunity to breathe real start-up air
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We have just closed our second round of financing in the high six-figure range and are pleased to have many paying customers such as 11teamsports and wall-art. Thereby we can offer you free development opportunities and a secure salary and if you like: free beer, free coffee & free hugs as much as you want! ;-)

Be part of it - bring in yourself and your ideas and be part of our success to drive the development at our location in Munich at the Stachus.

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Create new reasons for people to love your brand. Build standout post-sales experiences tailored to your customers. Deliver personalized touch points that grab attention and spark loyalty.

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