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Working with us as a working student

All You Need To Know

Would you like to gather practical experience at an internationally oriented museum during your studies? We would be pleased to receive your unsolicited application for a position as a working student.

As a working student at the Jewish Museum Berlin Foundation, you’ll get a glimpse into our diverse work activities and have the opportunity to support our employees in their everyday tasks. Depending on capacity, we offer working student positions in various departments of the museum such as education, development, digital & publishing, the children’s museum, marketing and communication, human resources, and collections. You’ll take on a supporting role, carrying out general office tasks, maintaining and updating databases, and performing research, for example.

In order to be sure that your work and studies can be successfully combined, our working students work 16 hours per week. Compensation is thus based on the TVöD pay grade 3 (federal level) and is free from social security contributions (you do not pay into health insurance, long-term care insurance, or unemployment insurance). In order to be able to employ you as a working student, you must be matriculated at a university or a professional training institution for the entire duration of your employment with us. For reasons of labor law, we can only consider applicants who have never worked for the Jewish Museum Berlin Foundation before.

Tasks in the departments vary, and so do the skills necessary; your application should indicate which museum department or departments particularly interest you, and what professional knowledge and experience you have already acquired.

Please send your application to:

Email
bewerbung@jmberlin.de

Address

Jüdisches Museum Berlin
– Personalbereich —
Lindenstr. 9–14
10969 Berlin

We look forward to receiving your excellent application!

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