VC Internship @ Atai in Berlin, Germany

Alternative location: remote in Germany, United Kingdom, the Netherlands
Employment: Internship position 
Desired duration: 3 to 6 months 


  • A fast-paced environment where you’ll work on a wide range of topics 
  • An entry point to a successful career in life sciences 
  • Be a major contributor to the success of a well-positioned, well-financed, rapidly growing biotech company 
  • Work on improving the lives of millions of people with a real unmet need
  • Work on some of the most exciting and transformative transactions in the mental health space
  • A great office and co-working space in Krausenstraße Berlin Stadtmitte, Mindspace (optional if you are based in Berlin)
  • Become part of an amazing team and learn everything on Biotech investing from an excellent manager: Simon Seibold


  • Assist in evaluating and developing new investment opportunities from our acquisitions pipeline together with a multidisciplinary team of scientific PhDs, MDs, lawyers, and entrepreneurs
  • Produce ad-hoc financial, industry, and competitive analyses for atai and subsidiary venture management
  • Prepare presentations and communicate findings to the leadership team and the whole atai team
  • Support to set up processes and business functions at our subsidiary ventures
  • Directly support the atai team in operational and administrative matters
  • Take-over own projects which add value to atai and our ventures


  • Outstanding Bachelor’s Degree, preferably from a top tier university in Business Administration, Finance, or any MINT/STEM or related field
  • Currently enrolled in a Master’s degree (optional, minimum is a completed Bachelor’s degree) 
  • Proficient command of German and English in a professional context 
  • Prior internship/working student experience in venture capital, high-growth startup, consulting and/or investment banking 
  • Comfortable in fast-paced small company environment with minimal direction and limited structures 
  • Highly analytical mindset 
  • Excellent project management and MS Office Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) 
  • Strong organizational skills with high attention to detail 

How to apply

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