Job openings

We currently don’t have any job openings.

For spontaneous applications reach out to us by sending an e-mail to jobs@namahn.com. Make sure you include relevant examples of your work, as we do not accept applications without a portfolio.

Internships

We are always eager to welcome new interns, we use following requirements to select suitable interns:

  • The internships needs to be at least 20 days, at a rate of minimum 2 days a week
  • You should have broad interests (multiple sectors/clients, type of work individual/team, across our offering)
  • English professional proficiency is required

Our next available opportunity for an internship is for fall-winter 2021. 

If you want to join Namahn as an intern, reach out to us by sending an e-mail to jobs@namahn.com. Make sure you include relevant examples of your work, as we do not accept applications without a portfolio.

“The internship in Namahn was an amazing start of my UX journey. I was impressed by the omnipresent talent in this company but also by the harmonious cooperation of all my colleagues. All projects in which I was involved were highly interesting, challenging and certainly stimulated my creativity. I am grateful for the trust which has been shown in me. It was a lovely experience, which I, despite the pandemic, enjoyed tremendously!” 

Kristýna Kacafírková

“My internship experience at Namahn was eye-opening. People are very inclusive and I felt encouraged to learn, share knowledge, and just try something new. It was definitely an important experience for me as a young designer because I’ve learned not only the important design practice like systemic design thinking, but also what a unique and wonderful company looks like! ”

Marino Funakoshi

“Complex situations & the bigger picture: Namahn taught me the approach to create a roadmap to bring about change in the system. As a freshly graduated product developer, it was a worthwhile experience to get to know the work field in a hands-on way, by experiencing the methodology directly on the MSF case. A super interesting and enjoyable cooperation!”

Dorien Eeckout