Current Employment Opportunites

"career and family audit" - The Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht has been certified since 2008.

"career and family audit" - The Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht has been certified since 2008.

Our “science creates benefits” motto combines the scientific expertise at our research centre with the knowledge utilised in developing concrete applications for present and future use. Qualified and motivated employees ensure our success!

We are also an apprenticeship establishment for commercial and technical professions. The quality of training is very important to us here. We are proud to have been awarded various recognitions, including from the Lübeck Chamber of Commerce for outstanding service in professional development.

In addition to standard employment, we offer positions to doctoral candidates and other students enrolled in higher education. We also offer internships to students at the university level as well as to those still in secondary school so that they can become acquainted with our work and with our research centre.

Apply now and become a member of the Helmholtz community. Whether you’re interested in research, technology or administration, we offer interesting positions in a range of fields. Please refer to the specific position offered for further information and requirements.

Mitarbeiter (m/w) Logistik

Date 06.12.2017
Administration Administration
Location Geesthacht

Im Bereich Finanzen und Einkauf suchen wir für die Gruppe Logistik zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt - zunächst befristet auf zwei Jahre - einen Mitarbeiter (m/w) Logistik. Der Arbeitsort ist Geesthacht. more

PhD Position (m/f)

Date 05.12.2017
Administration Institute of Coastal Research
Location Geesthacht

The Institute of coastal research at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht invites applications for a three-year PhD position in the field of climate change detection and attribution within the Coordination of Storm Themes in collaboration with the University of Reading, United Kingdom. An atmospheric state-of-the-art general circulation model was spectrally nudged with global reanalysis data to provide a detailed description of the past atmospheric state for the last decades. Applying this set-up, the main task will be to simulate and analyze different extreme weather events such as heat waves, storms, or extreme precipitation events in the context of climate change. The overall project goal is to assess the impact of known anthropogenic changes in the climate system’s thermodynamic state. The place of employment is Geesthacht. more