Our new career page is online!

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Starting this year, the HZB has a new career website.

HZB is an active and versatile employer with a lot to offer at its two locations in Berlin. We have now brought together the numerous opportunities to find exciting new jobs at HZB in an even clearer and more descriptive way: on HZB's newly designed online careers page.

What's new?

We have developed target group-specific pages: Interested parties can now get a targeted impression of different career stages at HZB, from training and doctoral studies to working in administration or as a senior scientist. We have also brought to the fore the benefits that we offer as an employer in general but also for specific target groups.

Pages for newcomers at HZB

The biggest change, however, is the new password-protected onboarding page. It is aimed at new employees who have already signed their contract with HZB but do not yet have access to the intranet. For the first time, they can now get an idea of HZB as a place to work before their first day. Employees who are moving to Berlin and need to reorientate themselves can also find important information here on topics such as finding a place to live or childcare, public transport, registering with the authorities, etc.

In addition, (new) employees will find important information and documents for their first day at HZB and the offers and benefits at HZB (company sports, Benefit@work...).

Feel free to use this opportunity and draw the attention of people who are interested in working at HZB to the new careers page.

Lisa Seelau

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