Adyen helps companies all over the world to do business in local currency.
Adyen helps companies all over the world to do business in local currency. Adyen has an open, non-hierarchical culture. Everyone is approachable. The robust growth the company is experiencing has created a need for talents looking for starters’ positions.
High Potential Academy has been providing Adyen with staff for studentship jobs in sales support, group finance, compliance, HR and business development since 2014. These are structural part-time jobs and in more than sixty percent of cases, Adyen offers the candidate a permanent contract.
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