Product Management Internship at Bolt in Tallinn, Estonia

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Internship at Bolt: Bolt is one of the fastest-growing startups in the world with over 30M happy customers. It offers vehicles for hire, micromobility, and food delivery services.

The company is headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, and operates in over 150 cities in 35 countries in Europe, Africa, Western Asia, and North America.

Candidates are invited to join the product management team.

Interns will work closely with the product strategy associate and other product managers to understand current values and the team’s responsibilities.

You will assist in the ongoing analysis of business performance and supporting strategic initiatives.

Interns should demonstrate a data-driven and analytical approach to daily operations and motivation and interest to learn about product and strategy. Fluent English skills and administrative skills are required.

This paid internship allows candidates to work flexible hours.

Application process is ongoing.


Main criteria

In order to apply, candidates should provide an extensive CV along with the online application.

Amongst other soft skills, candidates should be able to handle ambiguity effectively and operate independently in a fast-paced environment.

Find out more about Product Management Internship at Bolt.

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