Global Blue invented the concept of Tax Free Shopping almost 40 years ago and is now the worldwide industry leader, enhancing the Globe Shopper experience and creating value for retailers and partners through a range of products and services. Global Blue's Tax Free Shopping solutions allow thousands of retailers, including most of the world's best luxury, fast fashion and department store brands, to quickly and safely offer Globe Shoppers savings of up to 20% when shopping in 300,000 stores around the world. Global Blue's IT headquarters is located in Vienna.
Being the industry and innovation leader in the Tax Free Shopping business, Global Blue works continuously on improving the service for international travellers and our partners. As a Business Analyst you are playing the role of an internal consultant and you analyse, design and document new innovative Business Processes improvements together with the Business Stakeholders. Being the interface to the technical product and software development teams, you align with the technical teams and ensure the design and development of a cost-efficient solution. You will work on Global Blues core products, systems and processes and will be involved in projects to drive new innovations for the Tax Free Shopping industry.
As an employee of Global Blue, you will receive an outstanding total compensation and performance-related salary plan depending on your professional and personal qualifications. As we believe your compensation goes beyond your pay check, we offer a competitive salary plus yearly bonus, as well as a wide range of other perks and benefits:
Flexible working time
Good location close to public transport
Wellbeing, company doctor, meal vouchers
Team building, party and events
Please send us your up-dated English CV with a short motivation letter highlighting your suitability for the job.
Global Blue guarantees a competitive and performance-related salary depending on your professional and personal qualifications.
As required by Austrian federal law we hereby state, that the legal annual minimum compensation according to the Austrian collective agreement amounts to 38.655,68 EUR.