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Working at Technische Universität Berlin

Community, quality, flexibility, environment, family-friendliness: Staff at Technische Universität Berlin explain what they appreciate about working here.

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TU Berlin as a Place to Work

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Registering and Staging Events

If you need to organize and hold an event, whether large or small, at TU Berlin and are not sure exactly where to begin and what you need to consider, contact us at Event Management and we will advise you.

Corporate colors © Felix Noak

Corporate Design Manual

TU Berlin’s corporate design is a statement of its identity as both a university and a brand. Our guidelines provide full details for staff. We also provide templates for posters, flyers, business cards and PowerPoint presentations.

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Typo3 Manual

You maintain the web presence of your team, your department or a comprehensive project? In the typo3 manual you will find all information about the web kit of TU Berlin.

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Modern, Challenging, Multifaceted

If you have graduated from university or completed vocational training, whether in administration, technology, or a skilled trade, and are looking for a new professional challenge, Technische Universität Berlin offers a broad selection of modern, challenging, and multifaceted positions.

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Path to Professorship

The entire procedure for the appointment of professors is of great importance to the overall development of the University. Comprehensive information from application to appointment simplifies the process.

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Staff Development and Continuing Education

Staff Development and Continuing Education offers a comprehensive continuing education program for Technische Universität Berlin staff on a broad range of topics including health; caring; family and career; office management and law; occupational, environmental and health protection; data processing; communication and methodology; and language and culture.

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New at TU Berlin? Your first steps

To help you settle in to working at TU Berlin, we have compiled the most important first steps as well as common acronyms and abbreviations you will encounter in everyday life at the University.

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Mobile Working

With the TU Berlin/Staff Council Agreement on Mobile Working, TU Berlin as an attractive employer aims to offer its employees the possibility to work flexibly in terms of time and location.

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Responsibilities A-Z for employees

Do you have a specific topic about which you would like information? Here you will find an alphabetical list about services offered and performed by various institutions of the university.

Good to know

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Mission Statement for Teaching

The mission statement for teaching defines the University’s permanent commitment to its teaching and, as a "teaching constitution", forms the basis for all regulations, guidelines and strategies governing teaching at Technische Universität Berlin.

Stories from University Employees

Kerstin Goldau © Felix Noak

An Environmental Manager Driven by Passion

Kerstin Goldau is the environmental protection officer at Technische Universität Berlin. She is responsible for groundwater, emission, and resource protection. One of her areas of focus, however, is waste separation and prevention.

Johannes Giebel © Christian Kielmann

Gifts of the Earth

“As a little boy, I was holidaying in Egypt with my parents when I came across a sandstone with embedded prehistoric fossils. This was the start of my passion for stones.” Johannes Giebel, the new curator of the mineralogical collections, wishes to present these beautiful stones in all their glory in digital form.

Kristin van Aaken © Christian Kielmann

The Science Manager

Kristin van Aaken has already completed part of her daily workload before arriving in the Examination Office at the Office of Student Affairs. Her son Julian is already at daycare and she has used her commute on the train to study legal texts about the science system. She is a scholarship holder in the part-time master’s degree program in Science Marketing/Science Management.