Feb 202018

Are you passionate about home improvement? Are you the one spending hours on your tool shed, fixing, and improving?  This role is for you!

Fast growing company located at this moment in Leiden but moving within 5 months close to Zoetemeer is looking for a German Content /Product Manager. In this role, you will be responsible for optimising  products presentation and content of the German catalogue and website. You will improve the shopping experience for German customers by

  • Optimizing the presentation of German  product range in the catalogue and the website
  • Providing insights and detail information to buyers, highlighting key gaps in the German product offer
  • Providing insights to the commercial team on the German market and competitors
  • Helping the sales team by optimising products data that support customers
  • Liaising with suppliers to enrich the product data (video’s and detailed description)
  • Working with marketing to develop and create any product marketing material
  • Helping the commercial team to look for continual improvement to grow the German market
  • Affinity and knowledge with DIY (Do it Yourself) is necessary

What’s in it for you?

  • A challenging job with room for initiative withing a sucessful company
  • A friendly working environment with direct and open communication
  • A dynamic and rapidly growing organization with a dedicated international team
  • Room for personal and professional development
  • An attractive salary
  • A Native or near-native level of German and English language is required
  • A good level of  Dutch is a plus
  • At least a Bachelor’s or HBO Degree
  • Demonstrable affinity with “hardware and do it yourself”
  • Understanding of multi-channel and e-commerce
  • Commercial, customer focused and analytical
  • You are proactive, critical and result driven



Match criteria: Consumer Goods, Editorial Writing & Translation, Marketing & Communications, Job, Copywriter & Editor, Product management, To be determined, 40 hours, Prov. South Holland, English, German, Administrator, Coordinator

Company name: Adams Multilingual Recruitment

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