We are currently looking for Knowledge Management Trainees for the trainee periods starting in autumn 2020 and spring 2021. This position would suit someone who is in the third or fourth year of their studies, wishes to gain experience of working in an international environment, and is eager to put their skills into practice.
“If you are up for a wide range of tasks, challenging yourself, and constantly learning something new, working as a KM trainee might be just perfect for you! The support of the others and the atmosphere at Hannes Snellman is beyond incredible – days are filled with laughter, determination, and intriguing assignments from day one.”
- Spring 2020 KM trainee -
Job Description and Responsibilities
You will be working part time assisting our lawyers in research and fact-finding and taking care of other library routines. KM trainees also help our Knowledge Management Team manage the library collections (electronic & physical), edit pieces of news, perform information searches, compile research materials, etc. The duration of the employment and your working hours will be agreed on separately. However, the preferred duration of the traineeship is 12 months.
As this is a trainee position, we do not expect you to know everything, but to ensure that you will be able to succeed in your duties, we do require:
- at least 150 study credits before starting
- genuine interest in business law and legal knowledge management
- fluency in Finnish and English (Swedish and other languages would be considered a bonus)
- attention to detail
- ability to take initiative
- good interpersonal skills
Most of all, we value positive attitude and willingness to learn.
What Is in It for You?
At Hannes Snellman, we cherish a sense of community and we will do our best to make you feel part of the team from day one. Before diving into your duties, you will participate in a comprehensive orientation. Our trainees also have the chance to get together in a more informal setting when we organise traditional trainee evenings or other fun events at the office. As we are determined to maximise your learning experience as a trainee, you will have the opportunity to attend our Hannes Academy lectures and mentoring breakfasts on a variety of topics. We also offer you good benefits (lunch and recreation benefit and a ticket for public transport) and a competitive salary.
If this sounds like your cup of tea, please submit your application, CV, matriculation examination diploma, and an up-to-date transcript of your studies by 13 April 2020 at the latest. Please note that we will be interviewing candidates on a rolling basis throughout the application period, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. Remember to write your application and CV in English.
Should you have any questions regarding the post or the application process, please contact Sara Tyynysniemi either by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (+358 9 2288 4445).
To learn more about Hannes Snellman, please visit our Careers site.