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Licensing Specialist - German speaking



Placement Type:



£28.51p/h PAYE (£51.9k pa pro rata)

Start Date:

06 Mar, 2024

In today’s ever-evolving economic landscape, the management of software licensing is paramount to our client’s mutual success. As their customers adapt to changing needs, they’re committed to providing unparalleled support and guidance to ensure they maximize the value of our client’s offerings.

If you are German speaking with experience in software licensing, join our client’s team and help drive impactful licensing programs that empower businesses to unleash their creativity and productivity potential.

What You’ll Do:

  • Own financial targets and key performance indicators.
  • Collaborate closely with the Licensing team.
  • Provide regular updates and insights to stakeholders.
  • Establish a sustainable workflow for your role.
  • Continuously measure and refine performance.
  • Deliver exceptional service to customers with respect and expertise.

What You Need to Succeed:

  • Experience in software licensing.
  • Speak German
  • Confidence and gravitas in B2B interactions.
  • Previous experience in partner/reseller sales.
  • Proactive and results-oriented mindset.
  • Strong communication skills – written and verbal.
  • Ability to navigate virtual and matrix-based organizations.
  • Analytical and creative thinking abilities.
  • IT/technical skills and knowledge.
  • Excellent organizational skills and multitasking abilities.

Client Description

A multinational cloud-based software company specialising in a series of products designed to drive creative innovation across multimedia. Used by millions around the world for personal and professional use across all industries.


Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.