Careers at the Charité - Universitaetsmedizin Berlin
The Charité is one of the largest employers in the city of Berlin. As a company rich in tradition with a more than 300-year history, we offer a wide range of training and further education opportunities for the most diverse occupational groups.
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The Institute is currently in a phase of development. Therefore, we are actively restructuring the iBikE and aligning its content. Our goal is to provide a biometric contribution to medical research at the highest level. To this end, various activities are being planned and implemented. We need are motivated employees who support us with biometric expertise and innovative ideas.
Even if no job advertisement should be published at the moment, we keep our eyes constantly open for qualified new iBikE colleagues. Therefore we encourage unsolicited applications!
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The Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin makes its staffing decisions based on suitability, qualification and professional performance. The Charité aims to increase the representation of women in management positions and therefore strongly encourages women to apply. In case of equal qualifications, women are given priority within the scope of the law. Applications from people with a migration background who meet the requirements for employment are clearly encouraged. Handicapped applicants with equal qualifications will be given preference. A police clearance certificate, in some cases an extended clearance certificate, is required on recruitment. Unfortunately, the application documents can only be returned if a sufficiently stamped envelope is enclosed. Possible travel expenses cannot be reimbursed.
The Charité would like to point out that within the framework and for the purposes of the application process, personal data is stored and processed at various locations within the Charité (e.g., faculty, staff committee, Human Resources Department). In addition, data may be transferred or processed within the Charité Group as well as to entities outside the Charité (e.g. authorities) to protect legitimate interests.