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Jobs, Visual Meta GmbH, Junior Quality Manager (m/f) - France

Visual Meta GmbH

Berlin Area, Germany

Descriptif du poste

Your mission at Visual Meta? As a Junior Quality Manager (m/f) – Italy you take responsibility for the quality of our Italian portal www.shopalike.it and help our users to find exactly what they are looking for.

Your challenge:

  • You play a key role in quality management (quality assurance and control) as well as in providing relevant content for the platform
  • You ensure that shop items match user searches in correct categories and filters
  • You extend and modify current categories as well as provide general website improvement
  • You research relevant product keywords 
  • You monitor continuously the market and our competitors
  • You maintain the Italian platform for various devices such as desktops, mobile pages, tablet pages and our mobile apps

Your offer:

  • You hold at least a Bachelor’s degree or have equivalent working experience in quality management         
  • You acquired ideally first experience in the e-commerce sector and knowledge of the Italian e-commerce market         
  • You possess a native level of Italian and good English skills, spoken and written         
  • You have a good understanding of MS-Office as well as (ideally) good HTML knowledge
  • You bring analytical and logical thinking         
  • You feature a structured and organized working manner with a high attention to detail
  • You are a team player, proactive, flexible and communicative

Our offer:

  • We focus on quality- Support us in making our platforms perfect and help our users to find what they are looking for
  • We love diversity- Our team contains over 50 nationalities         
  • We see your development as our priority- Profit from a structured onboarding process, internal and external training possibilities as well as room for further professional development         
  • We take responsibility- With us you have the option to become socially involved (e.g. charity lunch)        
  • We care for you- Benefit from a company pension plan, flexible working hours, 27 vacation days, healthy snacks and sport activities (yoga, soccer, volleyball)         
  • We enjoy spending time together- Join in for Friday beers, movie nights, team events, table football and ping-pong

Is this the job you are looking for?

Go ahead and submit your application in English including CV, cover letter, salary expectations and your availability by using the following link: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oDNS3fw5&s=linkedin. As your responsible recruiter, Marie-Sophie Schilke will be your point of contact.



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CDI Plein temps


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Internet · 201-500 employés · Fondée en 2009 · Société à responsabilité limitée (SRL)



FranceWebSharing MyNewsCenterNavigator, Groningen, one of the happiest in Europe, Besides bikes and happy citizens, this city with the population of Tampere is home to a great batch of university students who form about a quarter of the city’s population

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Tell me about your city... Groningen

 groningen.jpgWe All are Cityzens  
There are almost twice as many bikes as people in Groningen.  

“So many bikes!” was the first thought that came to my mind when I arrived in Groningen, the biggest city in the north of the Netherlands. I had known about Dutch bike-affection before going there for my Master’s studies, but I didn’t guess that cyclists would be everywhere – turning left, right, behind and in front of you no matter where you go.

Soon it became clear that there is no other ‘real’ way to live in or visit Groningen than by bike. Brave tourists who have the courage to jump on the saddle can see the city from a completely different point of view than on foot. They can also benefit from the fact that the city is actually built for cyclists. There is more than 200 kilometres of special roads for cyclists, with their own traffic lights, tunnels and multiple-floor parking lots.

A catchy view for foreigners can also be the biking Dutchies. As they grow up pedalling, they learn to master it perfectly: it is common to see people cycling with their whole family on a bike, multitasking by eating a broodje (a sandwich, the well-loved Dutch meal) or even reading a book. Because a ‘proper’ Dutchy often owns more than one bike, it’s no surprise that there are almost twice as many bikes as people in Groningen. Apparently biking contributes to people’s wellbeing, because last year, the residents of Groningen were so satisfied that the city was rated to be one of the happiest in Europe. According to this European Union survey, residents were especially satisfied with the public space, health care and cultural facilities.

Besides bikes and happy citizens, this city with the population of Tampere is home to a great batch of university students who form about a quarter of the city’s population. Therefore, the streets are empty in the summer and come to life in September when they fill up with excited youngsters from all over the world. Two big universities also attract world-known scholars, engineers and medical specialists. This spring I had a great opportunity to listen (and almost even understand) the lecture about the accelerating expansion of the universe by Brian Schmidt, the 2011 Nobel Laureate for Physics.

Besides biking and learning, Groningen offers something for everyone from strolling near the canals to visiting the art museum. And the Finns who are afraid of homesickness, don’t worry: there’s a Scandinavian restaurant just a few kilometres from the city and all shops sell salmiakki, just search for its Dutch name drop!

Merle Must

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