Horton International


The Project Manager reports to the Chairman and the CEO of the Group and provides support to the Statutory and Executive Boards.

The geographic location of the Project Manager should be in Europe or the Middle East; ideally the UK.

The Project Manager is expected to support the Chairman, Boards and CEO in implementing strategic and operational projects.

Examples of these include:

  • To conduct research, analysis and strategic planning in relation to identifying new country partners for the group, and then to manage the onboarding process of those partners.
  • To conduct research on market trends or competitor analysis as well as target industries etc.
  • To evaluate process models for one-off projects.
  • To support the Board and partners with ideas, preparations and agendas for the Global and Regional Meetings.
  • To support and enhance the IT and general work environment.



A degree in Business or a related field is required. A post graduate qualification will be an advantage.


The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in an international environment.  S/he will have a well-rounded business and operational background and an understanding of strategic planning and business execution. Also, s/he will have first-hand experience in undertaking projects for committees.

Fluency in English is essential; additional languages are a distinct advantage.


We offer a competitive package related to experience/knowledge and a flexible working environment.

If you’re interested in either role, please email Andreas Wartenberg, Chairman at Horton International using candidates@hortoninternational.com.

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