4 - 6 months Paid Finance Programme Internship, Amsterdam, part-time (3 days/week)
Start Date: Preferred as per January 2020 (deadline application November 30)
Circle Economy is looking for an enthusiastic intern who wants to apply his/her affinity with finance, accounting, law and circularity. You are an independent spirit who has great writing skills and is keen to support our mission to improve the financeability of circular business models.
Finance is the enabler to increase the transition to a circular economy. Enterprises launching a circular business enter a pioneering space in the economic sector. A novelty for markets and investors. The relative absence of knowledge of the factors driving financeability and the lack of a track record of circular business models together with uncertain consumer demand have hindered the progress of new circular business models. Are you up for this challenge?
You will be assisting the Circle Finance Programme team in several projects, with the main focus on the Coalition Circular Accounting (CCA). This coalition brings knowledge partners together to co-create solutions in overcoming the barriers to transition from a linear to a circular economy. In order to better reflect the financial reality of circular companies, it is vital to adjust existing economic principles and reporting rules.
Circle Economy is a young team of 40+ driven and ambitious professionals, sharing the belief that the circular economy creates prosperity for all. We work in a lively and dynamic atmosphere in our open office space right in the heart of Amsterdam. At Circle Economy, we have a culture of getting things done while having fun, and apart from friendly and open team dynamics, you can expect a drink in your hand every other Friday by 4pm.
You are a talented MSc or late BSc student with:
Reimbursement is offered of €250 per month gross based on 3 days/week, excluding travel stipend if necessary (up to a maximum of €100 per month).
To apply, please send an email containing
1) a brief motivation;
2) your resume;
3) and some written work (personal essay assignment or thesis, no group work).