hear.com is the fastest growing hearing aid company in the world. We believe that everyone should hear well to live well. With our unique digitalized business model, we've changed the way hearing aids are delivered. Every day our team helps customers improve their quality of life through better hearing -  since the start in 2012, that's over 200,000 clients. We work hard, and we also have a lot of fun and exceptional times, in our international offices, from Denver to Seoul.

We sell the world's best hearing devices – as simple as that. What started as a small dream in an apartment in Berlin, Germany, has grown into a global phenomenon with over 1,000 team members! We operate in 8 countries and are the online No 1 in each one of them – making us the world leader in online hearing care.

We are looking for a Sales and B2B Partnership Operations Intern to further strengthen our team in the U.S.

Join us now as we are shaping this fascinating consumer healthcare space!

 

Why hear.com?

  • Hybrid schedule: 3 days in our Denver office, 2 days from home
  • A global company with a long term vision and strong growth
  • Start-Up Culture that values creative problem solving and an opportunity to shine in our flat hierarchy
  • Ability to work autonomously, be multi-faceted, and gain hands-on experience 

 

Your Role…

The Sales and Partnership Ops Intern will work with the Partnership Succes and Operations team. As the Sales and B2B2 Ops Intern, your responsibilities would be to support the account manager team, managing operational (sales) processes, basic data analysis, reporting and planning.

 

During a typical day, you will...

You’re helping our team with the day-to-day activities, so we can keep the work flow going and helping with projects to streamline business needs! You play a super important role within the team, so you would be responsible for, but not limited to: 

  • Building on supporting our partner relationships. Helping partners become more successful with hear.com. 
  • Support relationship between partner office / provider / owner with hear.com
  • Managing spreadsheets
  • Salesforce reports and related projects
  • Special partner projects: Communication of new go-to-market approaches, pilot programs, new policies (via video calls, phone calls, email)
  • A little of this and a little of that – you’ll be wearing a lot of hats!
  • Internship – indefinite

 

You have…

  • Working Student,  full-time internship, be able to work on a hybrid full-time schedule. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in business
  • Good systems skills including Excel & PowerPoint are required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • The knowledge to perform SalesForce.com administrative functions is a plus

 

You are...

  • You are super driven, problem-solving, with excellent communication skills and 
  • You’re an ambitious self-starter—you love learning something new everyday and jumping headfirst into new projects
  • You are very friendly! You keep the good vibes going and amp up our team to reach their goals! 
  • Responsible dependable strong work ethic structure

 

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