Job Hun­ting Ser­vices

We of­fer the fol­lo­wing job of­fers and em­ploy­er re­se­arch:

You can access the current copies of the labor market for inspection and short-term loans in our information room in the Campus Center.

No­tes on other job se­arch tools and how to use them:

You will find further lists for job search and occupational fields from the link below. We would also be happy to advise you personally on research strategies.

[Trans­la­te to eng­lisch:] ar­beits­markt Bil­dung | Kul­tur | So­zi­al­we­sen

The weekly periodical arbeitsmarkt Bildung | Kultur | Sozialwesen contains current job offers in both English and German for the following areas:

  • Journalism, Public Relations, Publishing and Library Sciences
  • Schools and Further Education
  • Art and Culture
  • Internationaler Exchanges, Languages und Tourism
  • Social Services und Psychology
  • Research and Academia
  • Further positions geared towards those with degrees in the humanties and social sciences

Around 500 new job offers can be found here weekly. Current editions can be used and borrowed from the Career Service.

La­bor mar­ket en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion | Na­tu­ral sci­en­ces

The weekly periodical arbeitsmarkt Umweltschutz | Naturwissenschaften contains current job offers in both English and German for the following areas:

  • Technical Conservation: Water, Energy, Contamination, and Emission Protection
  • Enviromental Consulting and Education
  • Teaching, Education and Further Education, and Academia
  • Enviromental Management and Auditing, Employment protection and Employee health and safety
  • Enviromental Technology and Environmental Law
  • Natural Sciences

Around 300 new job offers can be found here weekly. Current editions can be used and borrowed from the Career Service.


Job re­se­arch with busi­ness di­rec­to­ries

Only 1/3 of all vacancies are advertised via job search engines, so you should do more research, e.g., B. with business directories.

A structured approach is recommended here: