Legal internship

Job description

Wanted: Legal intern

We are a fast-growing recruitment technology company. We’ve created a platform that enables recruiters to make data-driven hiring decisions. By leveraging Predictive Analytics and AI, the Harver platform can predict whether or not an applicant is suitable for the job he/she is applying for and assists recruiters in selecting the right people. 

We’ve entered the market in 2015 and we now have offices in Amsterdam and New York. Over 2 million candidates flow through our system every year, and we’re signing new clients every week. Check out the client page for more information. 

In short: we're doing cool stuff and we're looking for people that like doing cool stuff.


As a Legal intern, you will:

  • Research the legal scope of new business ideas in the Netherlands, the EU and in the USA;
  • Give ad-hoc advice on all kind of legal matters;
  • Assist in (further) implementing the GDPR within Harver;
  • Write memos on the GDPR and other relevant legal topics in the HR/Recruitment Tech-industry;
  • Assist in reviewing new customer/vendor agreements.

What we look for?

  • Self-motivated down to earth personality who is excited to work in a start-up environment;
  • Accountability;
  • The ability to multi-task;
  • A team player.

What we offer?

  • Healthy free lunch;
  • Latest MacBook;
  • As much candy or fruit as you can eat;
  • Commuting allowance;
  • Great environment to learn;
  • Intern remuneration of EUR 500,- (based on full time position)

Requirements

  • In Master Program or 3/4th year (University/HBO Bachelor); 
  • Dutch Law;
  • Fluent in Dutch and English (spoken and written);
  • Strong research skills;
  • Ability to work independently.

Employee screening policy
Harver reserves the right to screen new employees. Depending on the specific job, the screening may consist of the following elements: the verification of references, the validation of the authenticity of identity papers and diploma's, conducting an integrity survey and requesting a Certificate of Conduct (VOG). An assessment may be part of the application procedure.