Purpose of position
This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual who is eager to gain experience in affiliate marketing whilst being a part of an international sales operations team. You will be responsible for creation and documentation of internal processes and you will collaborate in multiple projects related to the development and implementation of sales and customer management projects across different business streams.
- Collaborate with the Head of Global Sales operations in the development and implementation of a backlog management system and in the improvement of the project management workflow
- Drive consistency of the business, by documenting processes and workflows in a standardized way and by maintaining and improving project management tools and templates
- Make business processes and training material documents available to the users through the appropriate Awin tools
- Develop and manage department communication tools, such as business presentations, department intranet and internal newsletters
- Organize and coordinate department events (workshops, summit, etc)
Skills & Expertise
- Currently studying business administration, marketing, communications or similar
- Ability to visualize in a comprehensive manner business processes and workflows
- Excellent analytical skills
- Excellent English knowledge (both written and verbal)
- Very good communication skills, being able to communicate with multiple stakeholders
- Strong sense of ownership and accountability for results
- Flexible mind-set and ability to change when it comes to new situations and demands
Part of the Axel Springer and United Internet Groups, Awin is a global affiliate network. With ShareASale, the Awin group is comprised of 15 offices worldwide, 1,000 employees, 110,000 contributing publishers and 13,000 advertisers, connecting customers with brands in over 180 countries around the globe. Operating across the retail, telecommunications, travel and finance verticals, Awin generated €15.6 billion in revenue for its advertisers and €694 million for its publishers in the last financial year.