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Working at Myos

Our core principles

Amalendo Transparency

Everybody can access everything business related (except legally sensible data of course). This is crucial: If you want to make good decisions, you need to be informed.

Amalendo Ownership

People own their work. As a result, there is no micro management and you can rightfully be proud of good results. Flipside is that you will also own the mistakes, which we all make. Let’s just learn from them and move on.

Amalendo Reliability

Do not say x and do y, be on time and remember what you committed to.

Amalendo Creativity

No need to hold back with ideas. It is ok to challenge the status quo. In fact it is encouraged. Every product, process or method has room for improvement.

Amalendo Respect

Treat others like you want to be treated yourself. And do not look down on people who do lower skilled work but stay humble and pay them your respect for doing things you would not want to do yourself.

Amalendo Honesty

Don’t lie, fib or steal. This is a no brainer but we thought we mention it just in case.

What we offer

A top of the market compensation package.

Regular team events and exciting training opportunities.

Experienced serial founders, from whom you can learn a lot.

The opportunity to shape the lending revolution.

The chance to grow together with the company.

Flexible working hours and room for initiative and responsibility.

Highly qualified and fun team, built with love and care.

Here is what former employees say

Paul, Internship Business Development

I fondly remember many aspects of my internship at Myos. It was a very steep learning curve, with me having ample opportunity to explore unchartered territory and acquire skills that I would not have thought possible before starting my internship.
I was not only able to get insights into BI, but also got a first taste of Sales.
One particular highlight for me was the weekly 1on1s with my manager, in which we discussed the progress made on existing projects and weekly personal and project-related goals. They gave me a sense of purpose , as I always knew what I was working towards and why.


Pablo, Internship Business Development: Product & UX

What I particularly enjoyed as an Intern at Myos were the diverse opportunities for proactive contribution and the collaboration within the team. From day one I felt as part of the team and my input, perspectives and opinions were recognized and taken into consideration.

During the internship a clear sense of direction was provided through transparent organizational and individual goals. Within this framework I was given a considerable degree of creative freedom regarding the way to accomplish said goals.

This approach enabled me to acquire profound knowledge and understanding of the product itself and the processes behind it. The learnings gained from the internship are valid for many start-ups independent of their industry. In total, working at Myos was a great experience which I can highly recommend.

Caspar, Working Student Business Development & Sales

I joined Myos as one of the earliest employees as an intern. In that time, I was able to see, contribute and to a degree learn what it takes to do the first steps of launching a well-managed startup with high promise.

There was never a day wasted, where I wouldn’t know what to do. I could sense that the management has great experience building companies and it was fun working with and for them.

One of the best things is how goal-oriented Myos is. Setting demanding short-term goals but keeping the strategic vision in mind. At the end of the week, we would review the achievements of everyone and special contributions were recognized. HOW you may ask? By having the fortune to posess the sweetest company mascot „Lendi“ for an entire week.

It were the small things that made all the difference.

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Jobs FAQ

Here you will hopefully find an answer to your most pressing question(s)!

1. What working hours should I expect?

We work output-oriented. We will agree on goals. How you reach them is up to you. We guess it is fair that we may need to review the goals if you get your work done in 2 hours everyday. However, we would equally need to review them in case you constantly have to burn midnight oil.

2. Is there a dresscode?

No, there is not. You will frequently see one of the founders wearing a shirt and another wearing a t-shirt. Both is equally fine for us and we are happy for everyone to introduce his or her style. Within reason that is. Not sure everybody would want to handle the sight of a mankini for instance.

3. How should I apply?

Just send your CV to No need to write a massive cover letter praising us or yourself, essentially stating the obvious – you’re awesome, we try to be as well.

4. How does the recruitment process work?

Generally speaking, the recruitment process should run along the following lines: We will have a short call in which you can get to know us and we can get to know you. Should you as well as us feel that it makes sense to take your application further, you will be asked to complete a short online assessment (nothing to freak out about). The next step would be an interview during which we can get to know each other personally. A final step would be a call with one or two references you provide (former colleagues/ superiors).

5. Does Myos offer internships?

We do, all year round. Feel free to apply if you would like to get first hand experience of how to build a sustainable business in a fun environment. It would be good if you have completed at least 2 semesters of studies or a vocational training (Ausbildung).

6. Will you contact me regarding the status of my application?

We unfortunately do get too many applications to reply to every single one of them. This is something we do regret, but we so far have not found a better way to deal with it. However, once we reach out to you we will be very transparent about the state of affairs along the process.

7. How can I stand out?

Just by the things you have done. Do not try to be fancy or extra attention grabbing. That is not going to help you. To the contrary. Just be yourself. If it fits, it fits. If it does not, it does not. This should not be the end of the world.

8. Can I work from home?

Occasionally. At our stage we feel we still have too much coordination to do between teams and functions that requires ad-hoc meetings and things alike. So a full-time remote position is not what we offer at this stage. However, if you occasionally need to work remotely because you for instance need to get something repaired in your flat, that should be ok.

9. Do you offer part-time positions?

We sure do. Unless explicitly stated in the description that the job requires full-time commitment, we can discuss part-time for any job listed (save for internships).

10. Can I bring my pet?

In principle yes. However, it will need to get along with other pets in the office and should be able to entertain itself while you are working.

11. Whom do I contact if I did not find the answer to my question?

Please drop us an email to and we hope we can answer your question.