Helmholtz Association

Jobs & Talents

Excellent promotion of young talent is very important to the Helmholtz Association, also at international level. It has therefore developed a strategy for supporting such individuals at every stage of their education and careers. Ensuring equal opportunities is an essential element in all our talent management activities.

Promoting young researchers is a major priority for the Helmholtz Association. Its qualification schemes for young researchers are geared mainly towards PhD students, postdocs and young managers. In addition, the Association organises activities for children, teenagers, undergraduate students and apprentices to help ensure there will be plenty of qualified researchers in the future. 

The Helmholtz Association has set high standards for its talent management. Its strategy begins with targeted recruitment of highly qualified staff at all levels, followed by comprehensive support aimed at further developing their potential.  Ensuring equal opportunities is an essential element in all talent management activities undertaken by the Helmholtz Association. After all, people – men and women – are a scientific organisation’s most important asset, and this principle must be upheld and developed. The Joint Initiative for Research and Innovation provides the Helmholtz Association with the funds it needs to promote young women and men in science, administration and infrastructure using the measures outlined.

Job Vacancies & Calls for Applications

Use our job vacancies page to quickly find the right opportunity and the right person to contact. You can also search calls for applications, which are coordinated by the Helmholtz Association’s head office.

Search our Job Vacancies

Go to Calls for Applications

Children, Youth and Students

The Association organises activities for children, teenagers, undergraduate students and apprentices to help ensure there will be plenty of qualified researchers in the future. 

Go to Tiny Tots Science Corner

Go to School Labs Network

More about Master & Diploma Theses, Vocational Training and Work Placement

 

 

Doctoral & Postdoctoral Students

Helmholtz Graduate Schools and Helmholtz Research Schools equip doctoral students for a career in science or business. The Postdoc Programme is designed to help postdoctoral students further develop their scientific excellence effectively.

Go to Helmholtz Graduate Schools and Helmholtz Research Schools

Got to Helmholtz Postdoc Programme

 

Promoting Executives

Successful applicants for Helmholtz Young Investigators Groups lead their own research group while also gaining the skills they need for a university career. The Helmholtz Management Academy prepares managers for the special demands of research management.

Go to Helmholtz Young Investigators Groups

Go to Helmholtz Management Academy

Promoting Women & Equal Opportunity

Programmes to promote young talent must also keep in mind that a scientific career is compatible with family life. With the Network Mentoring Programme young female researchers and administrators receive one year of career-planning support from experienced managers from other centres. 

More about Equal Opportunity

Go to the Helmholtz Mentoring Programme

Promoting Scientists on an International Level

Worldwide cooperation is the key to achieving outstanding scientific results and fostering innovation. For this reason, the Helmholtz Association uses funding from its Initiative and Networking Fund to specifically strengthen internationality.

More about promoting scientists on an international level

Contact

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Dr Stephanie Dittmer

Head Strategy

Helmholtz Association

Berlin Office
Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2
10178 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 206329-41
Fax: +49 30 206329-70
stephanie.dittmer (at) helmholtz.de


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N. N.

Head Administration and Controlling

Helmholtz Association

Berlin Office
Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2
10178 Berlin


17.04.2014