Working Student Legal & GDPR (f/m/d)
Use your skills to help non-academic talent to have the same career opportunities you have. Join the HeyVolution!
We use machine-learning based matching technology to match people to the right jobs and jobs to the right people. With more than 2500 customers and over 170 team members, our vision is to become the largest talent platform in Europe – making exhausting and non-transparent job search a thing of the past.
🌱 Our offer to you
- An impactful role: You will support all things legal at HeyJobs including but not limited to civil law, data privacy (GDPR), employment law and corporate governance. You will be able to shape how HeyJobs conducts its mission to transform the way people and jobs find one another.
- A welcoming company culture: Our values – Teamwork, Entrepreneurship, Drive – are integrated in all areas of our organization and build the core for a respectful and people-focused culture. Learn more.
🎯 How you can contribute
- You will ensure compliance with all applicable German laws and regulations through the implementation & maintenance of compliance processes and programs
- Work alongside and with multiple teams across all business areas to support them on various legal matters
😍 What you will love
- Be part of a high-growth startup with a proven track record and direct positive impact on society
- Diverse Team: 23 different nationalities, 47% women (50% women in leadership), LGBTQIA+ champion
- Secure Job: 2’500+ customers, proven business model & over 20M€ financing
- Work-Life Balance: 100% home office in the current situation, with the possibility of booking workplaces in the office; flexible working hours
- Perks & Benefits: regular company & team events, urban sports membership, a 1-month paid sabbatical (after 3 years) and much more
- Great Office: Kreuzberg, Paul-Lincke Ufer – great lunch options and food markets close by
- High-quality equipment: Standing desk, Air-conditioned rooms, etc.
🤝 What you need to bring
- You are currently enrolled as a student reading for a degree in law or related subjects
- You ideally already have gained some hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas: data privacy, GDPR, commercial, employment, and corporate law
- The ability to thrive in a fast-paced professional environment
- A structured, results-oriented, and self-driven way of approaching tasks
- Exceptional communication and legal written skills
- Fluent in German and English