Are you technically oriented, business-savvy, a communications buff and enjoy working with others, we have the perfect job for you!
Consultants at WebFlight are definitely all-rounders. They communicate well, excel in the field of technology, are business-oriented and flexible, and approach things from the client’s perspective. They consult with clients, identify and record problems, search for adequate solutions, and deliver the project in line with the client’s wishes.
Our Technical Business Consultants frequently do their work on-site at the offices of our – carefully selected – clients. That is to say: we only work for clients that make us happy. Clients must be aware of the added value of our product, and we ourselves must be enthusiastic about working for our client. This makes life a lot more fun!
WebFlight helps businesses innovate. Together with our clients, we build their future on both a strategic and a technical level. We have recently relocated our offices to a brand new building at Fred. Roeskestraat 99 in Amsterdam. A delicious lunch is served daily, and we’re always up for a relaxing game of table football. If table football isn’t your forte, don’t panic: we also have an Atari, a pinball machine and a VR game station to take your mind off things for a while.
WebFlight is part of MakerStreet, a business network uniting some one hundred and twenty online specialists.
OK. So you’re a university graduate, a communications buff, flexible, business-savvy, you have an analytical mind, and you like to work with colleagues? Did you complete a technical study? Or is economics your field, but you’re also interested in IT and want to combine the two? Don’t wait too long: apply by posting a message, dropping a name, or by emailing email@example.com.
At WebFlight, everything’s about developing – developing businesses, developing WebFlight, and, just as important: developing yourself. That’s why WebFlight lets you spend 10% of your working time on self-development.
And last but not least: we all go skiing together once a year to recharge our batteries for the coming year. Just like we recharge ourselves at the end of the week, by sharing a few beers on Friday afternoon.