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and WORKING for the innovative start-up venture iTRUX

You are
You are an academic bachelor student who wants to build a good basis for a successful future career by combining high-level master studies with working in an innovative global company.
You're a real computer freak with good insight into the latest developments and you are al-ways looking for new, interesting applications. You master or have at least basic knowledge of programming languages like PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc… You speak and write fluently English. You work thoroughly, have an eye for detail and continue until each project is 'finished'. Stress resistance and a positive attitude are a must! It doesn’t scare you off that iTrux imposes severe requirements on the student’s profile, as for all employees, and expects a true commitment and not a "Nine to Five" mentality.
Creating in a small team an innovative start-up company from almost scratch fascinates you, even if it means that your help will sometimes be needed for urgent but less academic tasks such as translating, editing a document, making a package, etc. Your positive and convivial atti-tude makes it pleasant to live in group with other work students and interns.

iTrux demands the best from the best people. So it’s only right they’re rewarded with the best benefits, including housing at the expense of iTrux in Sint-Martens-Leerne (12 km from Ghent in Belgium) together with other students (max. 5), paying all study costs, travelling costs, use of a car, telephone costs, social security, healthcare, life insurance, etc… High bonuses and length of service may multiply exponentially the income.
For your benefit you will be officially categorized as working and not as a student, so that your work will count for your seniority and fully contributes to future pension payments.

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