More than 100 jobs in Hamburg for English speakers. DESY certainly is a dream employer: Work with the smartest scientists, in an international atmosphere in beautiful Hamburg. I talk to Jochen Barnstedt, Head of Recruitment and HR Marketing about English jobs in Hamburg at DESY.
There is a very limited number of English jobs in Hamburg. That’s why DESY is such a wonderful employer for international talent: The “Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron” offers jobs in Hamburg for English speakers of all kind of professions:
Jobs for English speakers in Hamburg
They have jobs for Scientists of course, but also for Engineers, Software Developers, Project Managers and all kind of other professions. DESY also offers an apprenticeship or what we call in Germany a “Duales Studium” (Where you go to University and work at the same time.) These last two opportunities might not be available for English speakers?
Jochen Barnstedt shares in the podcast what DESY is looking for in applications, how does the application process work at DESY and who decides if you get the job. Jochen also talks about his personal experience working at DESY – and why he refused a job offer by a headhunter in order to stay at DESY.
You will also find out how DESY supports English speakers to deal with the Visa process and move to Hamburg. (DESY offers jobs for English speakers in Hamburg for applications from all over the world. Your qualification matters, not your passport.)
Sounds exciting? Listen to my podcast interview with Jochen Barnstedt first. Then check out jobs for English speakers in Hamburg at DESY here.
My interview guest
Jochen Barnstedt studied HR and Marketing at the University of Hamburg. He then worked as a Executive Search professional until he joined DESY. Jochen loves working at DESY so much that even after 14 years he still turned down a headhunter offering him a different opportunity recently. Talk about a testimonial for your employer!
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