German Speaking Order Management Intern (40 hours/week)

Pipeline Programs Budapest, Hungary


What if energy supply could be sustainable, affordable, and reliable at the same time? With its product brands Jenbacher and Waukesha and the digital platform myPlant, INNIO offers energy solutions for today—and tomorrow, in more than 100 countries, improving the quality of life for countless peopleDo you want to make a difference with your work? We are searching for a German Speaking Order Management Intern (40 hours/week). Join our team now! 

What INNIO offers you:

  • Young & supportive team - in a fast-growing international business environment 
  • Learn & develop yourself - kisckstart your career with INNIO 
  • Hybrid working - 50% Office, 50 % Home Office with flexible working hours 
  • Cafeteria package with various options - SZÉP Card or Cash option)
  • Easily accessible location - in the heart of the most vibrant campus area in Budapest (location: 13rd District, easy to approach by Metro Line 3) 
  • Take a break - Recharge your batteries with free coffee and tea selection in the kitchen area 
  • Live an active lifestyle – activate your AYCM pass 

In this role you will be responsible for :

  • Process orders entry, validation and booking in accordance with customer requirements 
  • Ensure on-time order entry, validation and booking of customer orders
  • Screen and prioritize incoming requests, received via email
  • Support the OM team in preparing shipping instructions, shipping documents, certificates and other required documents 

Your profile:

  • Ongoing studies in the field of Economics, Logistics, International trade, Business Administration, etc.
  • Ability to work min. 35-40 hours / week
  • Fluency in English and a strong command of German (both written and spoken)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (mainly MS Excel and Outlook)
  • Eager to learn personality with a strong attention to detail 
  • Strong communication skills, ability to work independently, work out and apply new ways of resolution