Your goal is to apply your theoretical knowledge in real life in parallel to your degree course. You want to explore your professional strengths and gain relevant experiences in the corporate world. You want to learn from the best. Then seize the opportunity and apply for a student job with imc.
You can look forward to diverse tasks with gradually increasing responsibility, and a team that is big on mutual support and having fun. And best of all: As we are a global player, you can gain international experience – in an international project, or as a student assistant in one of our branches, for example in Singapore, Australia or the UK.
Your working hours are flexible and arranged with your line manager. We expect 10-20 hours a week around your lecture and exam schedule, but the details can be rearranged each semester. You are welcome to work full-time in between terms, and dedicate your entire focus to your studies in the exam period. By the way, our headquarters in Saarbrücken are right next to the campus of Saarland University, so you can make the most of any free periods without long travel times.
Ausbildung zur Kauffrau/ zum Kaufmann für Büromanagement (w/m/d)ApprenticesSaarbrückenBusiness Administration
Praktikum Instructional Design / Konzeption digitaler TrainingsInternsMünchenInstructional Design & UX
SaaS Pre-Sales ConsultantProfessionalsSingaporeSales and Business Development
We stay fit together through mutual activities.
If your schedule and position allow it, you can work your contracted hours flexibly.
Not only do we enjoy working together, but we also like to socialise and celebrate together. We believe, joint activities strengthen our team spirit.
Most of our offices have good public transport connections and can be reached conveniently.
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