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Sophie - CX Consultant

Sophie is happy to tell you about her adventure at Acorel in 15 minutes!

What's in it for you?

Hybrid working

You spend a few days (about 2) in our jungle office or on-site, and a few days from home in your natural habitat.

Flexible working hours

You can be an early bird or a night owl - as long as you get the job done and meet your commitments, we won't judge your work rhythm (working hours between 08:00 and 19:00).

Work from home budget & allowance

Richly equipped with a home working budget (€ 600) to set up your own habitat.

Mobility scheme

Swing yourself from one client to another with a lease car or use the travel allowance (€ 0.21 p/km and a monthly allowance for the use of your own transport)

25-28 vacation days

Every year you get the chance to take a break from work and explore the world outside the jungle.

Laptop & Phone

Stay connected and in the picture with a smartphone (worth € 750,-) and laptop (choice from selection) that are worth travelling over the savannah.

Profit sharing

When the tribe thrives, so do you! We share together in our successes via an annual profit share! (The guideline is 10% of the operational result).

Personal training budget

Keep growing and evolving with a personal study budget (€ 1,500, - and 2 study days per year) - because the only way to get higher in the food chain is to keep learning and adapting!