Public Services & Administration
Dear translators, social scientists, legal scholars, humanities scholars, drivers, workshop employees, secretaries, judicial officers, legal secretaries, financial specialists, and surveying technicians: Around 100,000 doctors, firemen, police officers, teachers, IT specialists, and other skilled workers are currently employed by government agencies, schools, and public safety institutions in Berlin.
Across police departments, courts, fire departments, schools, revenue and finance departments, as well as the Berlin government, the state of Berlin is the largest employer in the city. Many more types of employees are needed in civil service than are apparent at first glance; for example veterinary specialists, gardeners and cooks. As an IT systems engineer, you could work for one of the twelve health departments, among other possibilities. As a geomatician, you could work in the Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment. IT professionals, scientists, biologists, and chemists find jobs in the information and communications technology division of the police department, or in the criminal forensics center at the state Criminal Investigation Division (CID/LKA). Psychologists and social workers are needed in psychological and social medical service departments. Specialist physicians for pediatric and adolescent medicine, internal medicine, and orthopedics are also needed at any of the several health departments in Berlin. Learn more at the Berlin Administration's career portal! You have many possibilities.
An important benefit of civil service jobs is that all employers support the compatibility of career and family through flexible work scheduling models such as part-time, flexible working hours, and work from home arrangements. Moreover, in recent years, a wide-ranging, in-company health management system has been organized. And best of all: Civil service jobs are secure.
Salaries are based on collective bargaining agreements and depend on your position. Generally, it can be said that salaries increase with professional experience. On average, in civil service and the Berlin Administration, you can earn between 45,000 and 60,000 euros gross per year. Get started with your job hunt! It is worth your while.
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The HWK assumes tasks in its geographical area of responsibility such as managing the role of crafts and trades or the regulation of vocational training. It also provides advice on training, environmental protection and legal issues, as well as politically represents the interests and concerns of all crafts and tradespeople in Berlin .Jobs at HWK
Of the roughly 113,000 employees working directly for the state civil service (head office and districts), around 20,500 employees alone are employed in general non-technical, administrative positions. Here you can expect to find work in socio-political fields with a high level of responsibility, all being undertaken for the public good.Jobs at Berlin Civil Service
The Senate Department for Finance also includes the subordinate institutions of the Berlin State Treasury and the 23 tax offices in Berlin. Working for and with the Senate Department for Finance means shaping the future of the city of Berlin - and our job is to manage the finances.Jobs at Berlin Financial Administrator
Around 80 percent of callouts are carried out by the Berlin Fire Brigade. These include emergency rescues with ambulance crews, i.e. in the care and treatment of injured or acutely ill people, and the provision of technical assistance, e.g. in traffic accidents, or in cases of water or storm damage.Jobs at Berlin Fire Department
The Berlin Justice Department offers a number of varied roles with a high level of responsibility in positions such as legal clerks, judicial officers, court bailiffs, bailiffs, judges and prosecutors, law clerks and government legal advisers.Jobs at Berlin Justice Department
As a modern police force in a capital city, the Berlin Police face the multi-faceted demands of a multicultural metropolis. This involves policing of major events, policing the transport network, policing the waterways, radio and telecommunications activities, preventive work and much more.Jobs at Berlin Police
In the Berlin Schools Service there will be good recruitment opportunities over the next few years. The demands on staff regarding professional competence, commitment and personality are high - but the service offers a wide range of activities requiring a great deal personal responsibility while leaving you plenty of space to design your future for yourself.Jobs at Schools Service