On this page you’ll find our current open jobs, information about whom we look for, what our recruitment process looks like, how to prepare your application, what you can expect from working at Potentialpark, and more!
Finding the right people is fundamental for success, not only for our clients but also for us. Through our work we help employers improve their communication with talent worldwide, because no one should miss the opportunity to find the work and place where they belong.
Open Jobs at Potentialpark
You can view all our currently open jobs and submit your application on our application system, or click on the links below to open each available position.
If you don't find any open positions that match your profile, you can still send us an Unsolicited Application
Whom do we look for
Does this sound like you?
- You have an interest in communication between talent and employers
- You have an interest in Employer Branding
- You like dynamic and international teams
- You are willing to take initiative and responsibility from day one
- You are customer-oriented
- You are motivated to learn and take initiative for projects you believe in
- You are fluent in English
- You are willing to relocate to Stockholm, if you are not already there
- You have a university degree
We want to meet you!
Keep scrolling for more information about our recruitment process and what it's like to work at Potentialpark.
Our recruitment process
If you’re are interested in any of our open positions, or want to send us an unsolicited application, apply via our online application tool.
It’ll only take you a few minutes to upload your CV and paste your cover letter.
You can use your LinkedIn profile to make the application process even faster. Note that we don't accept applications via email or social media.
After screening your application, we’ll get back to you via email or phone. We have a few high seasons in the year when our response time can be within 3-4 weeks, but we try to get back to you as soon as possible.
Our high recruitment season is usually from end of April to end of June.
If your profile is a good fit, you’ll be invited to an interview - in person, by phone, or Skype, depending on where you are. During the recruitment process, you’ll talk to our Talent Relations Manager, the hiring manager, and (depending on the position) to our management team or CEO.
In case you’re in Stockholm, we’d love to invite you for an office tour to meet your future colleagues.
Depending on the role, we may also give you an exercise to test your skills or ask you for references to make sure we're a good match.
If we think we’re a match, we’ll offer you the position. Hopefully you feel the same way!
We'll always make sure to notify you of the results of a process, either by e-mail or by phone. But please bare with us as it may take a while during some periods.
Questions? We’re here to help!
Talent Relations Manager
+46 85000 2130
Anna prefers email, please be brief! If you want to talk to her in real time, don’t hesitate to ask if you can book a phone call.
Prepare for the application
You’ll need two documents: Your CV and a cover letter (if you choose to apply with your LinkedIn profile, you’ll only need the cover letter). Make sure they're in English.
Your CV should include:
- Your full name and contact details
- Your educational background
- Your work experience with clearly stated responsibilities and achievements
- A statement about activities outside university and work that are relevant to the position you’re applying to
Please keep it to 1 page and upload it in .pdf format
In your cover letter, explain:
- How your background and work experience makes you fit for the position, with a couple of concrete examples
- Why you feel you fit with Potentialpark, and why you want to work with us
- Important: Add when you can start and how long you can stay
- Optional: What areas of your career you would like to develop in the medium and long term
You can copy/paste or write it directly into the application form.
What about the interview?
Whether you have your interview by phone, in person, or on Skype, we want this to be a conversation. Feel free to ask questions regarding the position, the workplace, the company culture, or other topics you consider important for making a decision to join us or not.
We’ll ask about your work experience and how you think it fits within Potentialpark, what your professional and personal expectations are if you join us, and how you’d feel working in fast-changing environments that require having many different tasks.
You can also ask the Talent Relations Manager in advance about role-specific topics that we’ll discuss during the interview.
Why work with us
Grow and develop
We believe that everybody has something to teach, and something to learn. Through our program Great Potential, we offer workshops with external partners that’ll give you tools to improve general skills.
You can also ask your manager for the chance to develop specific skills that complement your position. We're a small organization, which means we all get to work in a cross-functional way and step out of strict job descriptions sometimes.
We value your initiative and ideas and will do our best to support them! Proof: We have the programs Great Potential and Wellnesspark thanks to the initiative of our employees across departments.
International environment and work
Although based in Stockholm, the Potentialpark team includes more than 10 different nationalities. Our official language is English, but on a regular day you’ll also hear Swedish, German, Spanish, Italian, and French. During our field period we add Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, and other languages to the mix.
We’re also a traveling bunch, especially our Sales Team, who travel to meet our international clients one-on-one. Depending on your position and department, you'll also have the chance to travel for our events.
A growing organization
We work in a growing industry where new strategies and methods are being tried regularly. Join us for an opportunity to work and network with some of the world’s largest international employers, key partners within the HR and Employer Branding industry, and influence the direction in which online talent communication is going.
Benefits and work-life balance
We know that work can get stressful, and we don’t let you grow roots at your desk. Join our Wellnesspark program for regular training sessions, short and effective office breaks for extra movement, breathing exercises, and mindfulness techniques. We also offer a wellness grant for all our full-time employees.
We offer 30 vacation days for full-time positions, a pension program, flexible working hours, and the opportunity to work from home when you need it.
A unique culture
We are proud of our company values and live them in everything we do:
We are always eager to jump to new projects, learn new things, and test new tools and ways to approach a challenge, both internally and with clients.
Our differences make us stronger, we support and trust each other while we reach our goals.
We believe in long term relationships built on trust; we are dedicated, transparent, and put our whole heart in everything we do.
We are solution-oriented and innovative, always trying to find effective solutions.
We understand the importance of balancing work and play. We like to spend time together outside of a working environment, that's why we organize different activities that let us rest and get to know each other better. From birthday coffee and cake, to curling and laser tag, you're always welcome to join on our informal activities. And to share ideas of something you'd like to arrange yourself!
Meet the Potentialpark Team
What is it like to work with us?
"There is no other company quite like Potentialpark. We have a great start-up/agile feeling, an international team, and we are based right in the heart of beautiful Stockholm.
Since joining 3 years ago, I have been promoted from Key Account Manager to Country Manager for the US and the UK, had meetings in 6 European countries and in 10 states in the US, attended events in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, and Amsterdam, and learned a ton about recruitment marketing, employer branding, and candidate experience.
Working at Potentialpark will stretch you as you work on diverse projects and expose yourself to new challenges, it will be stressful, but it will also be a chance to be part of a great team and to have a lot of fun."
Greg Wells, Country Manager for the US and the UK
"At Potentialpark there is no day like the other and no other people like My colleagues.
I started at Potentialpark as a Key Account Manager in August '16 and since March '17 I've worked as Country Manager for the DACH region. I love my job, mostly because I know I have a great team and company behind me and my opinion counts.
Plus, I work together with the employer branding teams of some amazing clients- such as, thyssenkrupp, Targobank, KPMG and L'Oréal, which gives me the opportunity to learn, every day, about the recruitment market in the DACH region."
Funda Lundgren, Country Manager for the DACH region
"In my role as Talent Relations Manager, I am responsible for the strategy and operations for our global data collection, our partner and respondents relations, and Potentialpark's HR.
As many here at Potentialpark, I started in one role but was very quickly trusted with more responsibilities. I'm constantly developing new skills within new areas that I am curious about.
The biggest challenges that come with having a lot of responsibilities are how to prioritize and make sure that I spend my time and energy on things that create most value for Potentialpark, for our clients, and for our partners. Stakeholder engagement, project management, communication, strategic thinking, and the ability to execute and make things happen are all essential parts of my role. I'm often required to take fast decisions and need to stay flexible as we work in a fast-moving environment.
The wide scope of the role and the people that I work with are two reasons why I really enjoy my job!"
Anna Blixt, Talent Relations Manager
"I started at Potentialpark as an intern for the Media Team. My colleagues and managers were very open and trusting from the start, involving me and trusting me with interesting projects from day one. I became a full-time member of the Marketing Team after my 6-month internship. I also help run our wellness program Wellnesspark, besides my everyday tasks.
My background in organizational and intercultural communication has been very useful, as this company is always developing new processes and operates in such an international environment, externally and internally.
It can be challenging sometimes to keep up with all our projects, but it's always very rewarding!"
Pamela Chávez, Content Manager
Life at Potentialpark
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