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Sanpram Transnational Corp.

A global education company, helping today's leaders thrive in a tech-driven future.
Simple philosophy: Take care of each other, do work that helps, and have fun.

We know job hunting sucks.

Even if you have some experience, and especially if you don't.
Let's try to change that.
Our recruitment process focuses on YOU.

No resumes/CVs.
No cover letters.
No ghosting after interviews.

What We Offer

An adventure

You're joining at a very early stage. We're constantly trying new things, so you'll find both exhilaration and disappointment.

A supportive team

You'll feel safe to share your views, encouraged to pursue your goals, and recognized for your efforts. We genuinely care about your wellness and success.

A chance to learn and get better

You don't have to pretend to know everything. It's part of our responsibility to provide you with the training and tools you need to excel.

High standards

You'll have a lot of responsibility, and your work will be seen by the whole world. You'll be challenged to grow and become world-class at whatever you do.

Current Openings

Philosophy, art, engineering, business - whatever background, you're invited.

Corporate Communications (Part Time / Full Time)

The Role

First, a quick summary:

We’re an executive education company.

  • Your main responsibility is assisting the CEO (your manager) in business communications with important people over email, phone/video calls, and social media.
  • You don’t need “experience,” but the motivation to succeed and be willing to learn.
  • Fully remote. If you can work Western European hours, that’s helpful.
  • This part probably sucks: it will start as an unpaid, part-time internship for the first 30 days, and then immediately become a full-time paid position if you decide to stick with us.

“What will I do on a day-to-day basis?”

  • Most of your time will be spent managing communication with a huge variety of people on the CEO’s behalf.
  • This means VP and C-level executives of companies, journalists, university professors, you name it.
  • You’ll write a lot of emails, for all kinds of purposes.
  • You will also do research into industries and organizations to find specific people.

“What are the requirements?”

In terms of hard skills, you need to be very proficient and in English. Besides that, it’s mostly about having a cheerful personality and good common sense.

  • You greatly enjoy reading, writing, and talking with people.
  • Solid intuition for the underlying “tone” in communication: being able to vary how formal or casual you sound depending on the circumstance. Like writing dialogue for a movie.
  • A little humor goes a long way.
  • Cultural sensitivity: we’re a very international company.

“How could this role help my career?”

You will start small, but rapidly gain responsibility. Eventually, you would even represent the CEO in some meetings.

Given the nature of this position, these skills would accelerate any career you may pursue in future, you’ll gain a very direct entry into communications, fundraising, marketing, sales or executive assistance.

How to Apply

Our Selection Process

We don’t want your resume/CV or cover letter. These things often cause companies to reject perfectly good people based on completely frivolous requirements.

We want to give you a fair chance to impress us and show us how you think.

Just fill this form: https://tripetto.app/run/6TXRC1PS31

Industry and Market Research (Internship / Part Time)

The Role

First, a quick summary:

We’re an executive education company.

  • Your main responsibility would be to do research online about a variety of different industries, companies and topics, and present the information to the team so they can make decisions efficiently.
  • You will work directly under the CEO.
  • You don’t need “experience,” but the excitement to learn about many different things in the world, and great writing/communication skills.
  • Fully remote. If you can work Western/Eastern European hours, that’s helpful.
  • This part probably sucks: this is an unpaid internship, but could turn into a paid part-time position after 30 days as you learn more on the job.

“What will I do on a day-to-day basis?”

You’ll usually find yourself doing research online, organizing information, or writing clear reports for the CEO and others to read.

“What are the requirements?”

  • Genuine love for reading and absorbing knowledge.
  • The willingness to go deep into a topic until you understand what’s going on, and “investigating” things online.
  • An interest in business and technology.
  • A knack for storytelling, explaining or summarizing things in a clear manner.
  • Good organization skills, so that you can document information properly.
  • Being proficient in English.
  • A happy attitude and pleasant personality is always a plus.

“How could this role help my career?”

This internship will immensely improve your business acumen and expand your knowledge of the business and technology world.

You will gain skills in investigation, market research, and how to communicate with executive leaders.

How to Apply

Our Selection Process

We don’t want your resume/CV or cover letter. These things often cause companies to reject perfectly good people for frivolous reasons.

We want to give you a fair chance to impress us and show us how you work. This unfortunately means you have to make an effort right away!

Just follow the instructions in this form: https://tripetto.app/run/YR0V92YCY2

Content and Digital Media (Internship / Part Time)

The Role

 First, a quick summary:

We’re an executive education company.

  • Your main responsibility would be writing, editing or redesigning different types of digital content.
  • You will work directly under the CEO. Your role is critical to helping the company establish its brand in the market.
  • You don’t need “experience,” but the excitement to learn about many different things in the world, and great communication/storytelling and artistic skills.
  • Fully remote. If you can work Western/Eastern European hours, that’s helpful.
  • This part probably sucks: this is an unpaid internship, but could turn into a paid part-time position after 30 days as you learn more on the job.

“What will I do on a day-to-day basis?”

  • Consuming content: Reading articles and essays, listening to podcasts, watching videos, etc. Most of it would be business-oriented or technical.
  • Producing high-quality content: Extracting key ideas and important information, repurposing it into blogs/tweets/videos etc.
  • If possible, also designing visually appealing posters, infographics and animations.

“What are the requirements?”

  • Excellent proficiency in English, especially writing and editing skills.
  • A knack for storytelling, explaining or summarizing things in a clear manner.
  • A good eye for design and aesthetics. The ability to “notice” small details is something that can’t be easily taught.
  • Genuine love for reading and absorbing knowledge — you could happily spend the whole day learning stuff online. An interest in business and technology helps.

“How could this role help my career?”

It’s a pretty well-rounded role, and the skills you’ll gain are in high demand. You will learn more about business communication, copywriting, digital media production, and online marketing.

If you’re inclined towards business, entrepreneurship or freelancing, this could be a great start point!

How to Apply

Our Selection Process

We don’t want your resume/CV or cover letter. These things often cause companies to reject perfectly good people for frivolous reasons.

We want to give you a fair chance to impress us and show us how you work.

If you’ve already made something creative that you could show us (blog/writings, art, design, videos, etc), put it in an email to elisa [at] sanpram.com. Don’t worry too much about whether it’s “good enough” or not; chances are it’s better than you think. 🙂

If you don’t have something to show but are still interested, still send an email and we’ll give you an assignment to do.

Good luck!

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How to Apply

You can lend a helping hand even if you don’t see the perfect role.

Do some research about us, and then send an email to elisa [at] sanpram [dot] com describing which aspect of our business you like/dislike the most, and what you could possibly help us with!

That will make it easier for us to respond.