Montenegro Duty Free searching for finance and IT interns in gov scheme

By Luke Barras-hill |

Montenegro Duty Free is looking for interns.

Montenegro Duty Free is seeking graduates to join the retail operator’s ‘dynamic international environment’.

The company that runs duty free shops at Montenegro’s Podgorica and Tivat Airports is asking graduate trainees to apply for posts in the finance and IT departments, according to several posts shared on LinkedIn.

Applications can be made through a government electronic portal.

As reported, ARI is set to being a five-year contract to operate duty free and travel retail concessions at both airports in news broken by TRBusiness last year.

The multi-location travel retailer will run a 122sq m unit at Podgorica Airport in Montenegro’s capital and a 98.5sq m store at Tivat Airport.

For more information on the graduate positions, contact [email protected].

Image source: Montenegro Duty Free/LinkedIn.


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