Be agile. Stay curious.

ListMinut is an internet platform active in the sharing economy that connects people looking to outsource small tasks and jobs to trusted local service providers. What started in 2013 as a thesis project has now developed into a 16-strong scale-up with 200,000 users.

The focal point in such growth is business agility. The CEO Jonathan Schockaert has a concrete vision of where he wants ListMinut to be in few years, but the way to get there (and with it, his business model) might change at any point.

Are you on the lookout for a fresh-spirit company where curiosity and constant learning are the keywords? Then ListMinut might have just what you need.

  • 2013Creation year
  • Icon for High-trust cultureHigh-trust culture
  • 29Average age
  • Icon for High-performanceHigh-performance
  • 20Employees
  • Icon for Family feelFamily feel

Access by car

It may get a bit busy in the rush hours, better leave your car at home!

Access by bus

Bus stop: 
Central Station
29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71
100 m

Access by train

Central Station
15 m

Access by tram

Tram stop: 
Gare Centrale
1, 5
130 m


Objective: personality match

ListMinut was created on the wave of gig economy and promotes flexibility as its key value. It’s the users of the platform that decide whom they want to work with and on what conditions. If you build a good relationship with your provider and keep coming back to the same person, that's even better. Working with ListMinut's handymen, dogsitters, gardeners and more, is a little bit like going back in time, when neighbours in your street could help with almost anything (except this time you can legally pay them instead of exchanging favours or payments in black).

This ideology trickles down to the company itself. As an employee of this swiftly growing workplace you can appreciate working on different tasks every day, within a great team that feels rather like a bunch of friends than colleagues. There are regular 1:1 sitdowns among all team members, and the goal is clear: communicate on the positives and the improvement points with equal importance and transparence.

Hard skills are important but the personality matters even more. Don’t be surprised if the interview starts with a relaxed drink to assess the fit. Jonathan is determined to find the right candidate, even if that means waiting 6 months until the notice period runs out. Are you intrigued? Then check out the open positions, ListMinut' is looking for several colleagues!

Spontaneous application

So, you've read about ListMinut and you really really want to work for them? You can send us a spontaneous application if none of the current positions is quite cut out for you.

Stop thinking, start doing.

Jonathan Schockaert, Co-FOUNDER & CEO at ListMinut