Product Consultant Intern

Job description

Wanted: Product Consultant Intern

We are excited to announce that Harver is looking for a Product Consultant Intern in Amsterdam.

What will you do?

Main purpose of the internship is to support the Product Consultant with the following activities

  • Development of Situational Judgement Tests (SJT)
  • Define customer specific benchmarks including competence - mapping
  • Conduct SJT surveys
  • Set-up and validate the Harver candidate experience
  • Join the Product Consultant with client visits to get insights into company values and recruitment / HR processes

All is well, but what do we do?

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. For more information, check out our client page

We entered the market in 2013 and we now have offices in Amsterdam, London, and New York. Over a million candidates flow through our system every year, and we’re signing new clients weekly.

A lot of these clients prefer situational judgement tests in their Harver flows, and this is where you come in.

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 300,- (based on full time position)


  • Preferably a bachelor degree in organizational psychology
  • Excellent English & Dutch communication skills
  • Being comfortable with presenting to clients, big and small, both in-person and virtually
  • Ability to deliver results under pressure, work independently, and take ownership of assigned tasks