Your portfolio is of special importance to us. We would like to see what you have done so far. Be it in your spare time, in your studies, during your training or in your previous jobs. We are interested in the samples of the work that are relevant to the job.
Of course, we would also like to know something about you, your career and why you would like to work for us. Your CV and a personal cover letter will suffice.
After you have sent in your application, you will receive a confirmation.
If there are any questions regarding your application, I will contact you directly. Otherwise I will forward your application to the responsible department. Your application will be checked there. In most cases this process is quick, so that you will receive an answer within three days. Sometimes, however, the departments may not have the time to look at your application with care. Then it may take a little longer. However, we make every effort to ensure that you don't have to wait too long.
After that you will either receive an invitation or a rejection of your application.
If you receive an invitation, I will make an appointment for an interview. The interview will take place directly with the team you would like to work in. All further application steps are individualized depending on you and the team.
It would be a good idea if you bring in samples of your work. Then we can talk about them in the interview. You can either bring your own computer, send me a pdf file or send me a link to your repository in advance.
Yes, that is possible.
You should have studied mobile development in school or university and have developed some applications on your own. Once you've done that, you can send me your portfolio and I will then gladly forward it to the mobile development team for you.
Working students are normally enrolled full-time at the university. Full-time work with us is therefore normally not possible but there are some exceptions. The semester break is an exception. It is best to ask your health insurance company how much you are allowed to work. International students (non-EU) can read on their supplementary sheet to the residence permit how many days they can work full or part time.
Yes, of course :) and also a good pay.
We can only consider applicants with a valid residence permit.
Yes, we do not require German language skills.
Yes, most of our jobs are also available part-time.
At our site in Jena we have many parents, even of small children. We have flexible working hours so that they can bring job and family together well. It is up to you how you allocate the hours within the core working hours (08:00 - 18:00). Team events take place in such a way that everyone can participate. You can also work in the home office if your child gets sick.