Get similar jobs by email Register →
What is the job?
The German speaking corporate development manager is perhaps one the most challenging German speaking jobs we have ever had. Your responsibilities are to ensure the company is continuing its successful growth is has to date. You will research and map new opportunities and decide on milestones for the company. You will perform market research, develop new revenue models and review the market as whole on an ongoing basis. You will act as the right hand man for the management team and as the German Corporate manager you are a vital cog in the machine!
Who is our client?
Our client is a Pan European operating business with their head office in Malta. A large part of their revenue is coming from Germany and they a German owned.
Who are we looking for?
This German speaking job in Malta is only for the exclusive few that meet the required criteria.
You have a minimum a bachelor degree but preferably have completed your masters and you are studying for your MBA. You have a minimum of 5 years in Consulting or Corporate Development. You have experience in product development and rolling out new services. You are very analytical and have experience with Mergers and acquisitions and are able to do Due diligence. You are fact based and have excellent negotiation skills. You have strong knowledge of the E-commerce market and preferable been exposed to online betting and online casino’s.
Where is the job?
The German speaking corporate manager will have to move to Malta. While the job might be stressful at times living in Malta means getting the most sun possible in Europe. It should be relatively easy to settle with the international expat community in Malta. If you want quality of live this is the place to be!
Interview process and Salary
As this role is very senior we expect that you will have to go through at least 3 interviews with at least 2 face to face. Salary is depending on your experience but do expect that due to the cost of living in Malta etc your salary will be lower compared to a similar corporate development job in Germany.