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Riding The Brain Wave

Date
February 27, 2019
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Elvire Jaspers
Riding The Brain Wave

The tech industry is undoubtedly the most exciting sector to work in as the world moves towards creating fully digitised, online societies. The industry is ever-changing and has completely altered the way we conduct almost every aspect of our lives. With these innovations, hosts of new careers and specialities have been born in order to meet the demands of innovation and digital development.

At WeAreBrain, we place great importance on recognising both established and emerging specialists across the technology sector and anticipating tomorrow’s trends. This is a part of our goal to create a human-centric company which nurtures ingenuity and encourages experts in every field to reach their full potential, ensuring we remain at the forefront of the tech and engineering world.

Sounds like the place for you? Of course, it does.

Be part of a global community

Our team is a global one with offices in Amsterdam, Kyiv, Kramatorsk and Cape Town and our colleagues are from a number of different countries. The result is a multinational, inclusive community of experts from many different cultures, languages, genders and backgrounds, all working together to create WeAreBrain.

Attention to detail

As a company, we pay special attention to the team as well as to the individual, as we understand the importance of creating an environment in which people feel respected and valued. After all, it is people that drive successful digital projects and not technology.

We are dedicated to finding people who are organised, adaptable and dedicated to delivery.

The tech industry is constantly changing and highly competitive. Therefore, we want to encourage people who are not just good at their job but who take the initiative to be industry leaders.

Ideal candidates are highly motivated in all areas of their work and can set realistic deadlines. You will often be expected to perform your best in fast-paced and high pressured environments. These candidates also possess the ability to work independently and proactively.

Keen on communication

We have a host of dynamic and challenging positions which promise to help you grow your skills, best channel your knowledge and reach personal goals. Whether you are a recent graduate looking for an internship or a well-seasoned project manager with the know-how to inspire high performing teams, Our HR department is ready to help you find your place. We know that communication is key to cohesiveness and team success, so candidates with excellent interpersonal skills and proficient English skills will be given preference. Most importantly, the WeAreBrain teams thrive with a keen eye for accuracy and attention to detail.

Here are some of our top vacancies. You can find the essential requirements needed for each of these when you click on the links below:

A place for everyone

A quick visit to our careers page will reveal a myriad of other positions available within the company which cater to your skills, qualifications and location. These include vacancies for developers, engineers, social media specialists, community managers, managers, analysts and much, much more. Regardless of the position, however, one thing remains the same: our absolute mission to find people who align with WeAreBrain’s values — people who do the best job.

Elvire Jaspers

Elvire is WeAreBrain’s CEO. She has worked in the tech industry for many years, successfully running and selling her own start-up in 2017. With a big passion for sailing, she's very keen on conquering the seas (besides the tech space).

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