If you enjoy theory meeting practice, we look forward to meeting you.
One option at Klasmann-Deilmann is a combined vocational training und degree programme in which you regularly alternate between the training workplace and a higher-education centre. This enables you to combine theory and practice, put your experience to use from an early stage, and consolidate it in day-to-day work. Another big advantage: you can do your Bachelor’s thesis with us in the sixth semester.
Students often complete their degree theses in close cooperation with specific divisions at Klasmann-Deilmann. Our diverse collaborations with higher-education centres lead to innovative projects, and to entirely new areas of activity and employment opportunities being established.
As the name suggests, industrial engineers need to be at home in the worlds of both industry and engineering. So this course of study will familiarise you with both. The hands-on training part of the degree at Klasmann-Deilmann involves both commercial/administrative areas and our technical departments. After graduation you will have a wide range of career prospects as a project and operating engineer, a production and operating engineer, a sales engineer, in product management and in technical control.
- You have a general higher-education entrance qualification (German: allgemeine Hochschulreife, or equivalent), are interested in the business side of things, have a good technical understanding, and are strong at maths and German
- This ‘dual’ (combined vocational training und degree) programme lasts 3 years, with the opportunity to take examinations to qualify as an Industrial Business Management Assistant (Industriekaufmann/Industriekauffrau) or Industrial Mechanic (Industriemechaniker/in) on completion of the first period of training (at the end of the fourth semester)
- Specialisation options from Semester 4 onwards: Production Management, Project Management, Product Management, Sales Management, Technical Control
As a business IT specialist, you are familiar with planning, development, implementation and the operation of information-processing systems. You know how to set up computer-based processes such that they meet business requirements.
- You need a general higher-education entrance qualification (German: allgemeine Hochschulreife)
- You are interested in the business side of things, have a good technical understanding, and your strengths include German, English and maths
- The training programme lasts 3 years, with alternating phases of classroom and practical instruction
- Specialisation options from Semester 4 onwards at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences: Information Management or IT Infrastructure Management, e‑Business or IT Consulting, and Marketing of Information and Communications Systems
As a qualified Business Administrator, you have what it takes to be a true all-rounder and can work in a wide range of areas: in Purchasing, Finance, Logistics, Marketing or Sales. You can also put your knowledge to good use in Human Resource Management, in Corporate Governance, in Project Management or in Controlling.
- You need a general higher-education entrance qualification (German: allgemeine Hochschulreife) and are strong at German and maths
- This ‘dual’ (combined vocational training und degree) programme takes 3 years with alternating workplace and university phases
- Specialisation options from Semester 4 onwards at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences Controlling, Human Resource Management, Logistics, Marketing, Corporate Governance
Your application: show us what you’ve got
Applying for a job is always a big deal, whether you’re a career starter or an experienced specialist or executive. As we’re interested in dialogue with you, take this opportunity to present yourself and your abilities in a way that does yourself justice.
- Impress us with your covering letter: why would you like to work at Klasmann-Deilmann, what are your expectations and why do you think you’re especially suitable for the job?
- Your curriculum vitae reveals the qualifications and experience you bring to the job.
- We’re especially keen to see examples of (social or cultural) voluntary involvement not directly related to your work qualifications and skills.
- Augment your application with the following: educational certificates and documentation of internships, additional qualifications, language courses, etc.
- Observe all the formal criteria for professional correspondence such as completeness, accuracy and compliance with relevant standards.
- A covering letter specifying why you are interested in Klasmann-Deilmann and why we should be interested in you
- CV giving full updated details of school- and work-related education and training, career history, and preferably also your hobbies and interest
- Certification of school, higher-education and vocational/professional qualifications and testimonials from your previous employers
- Certificates documenting in-service training and specific skills.
We’ll respond to your application initially with a written acknowledgement of receipt, and will then get in touch again shortly thereafter, as soon as the next step in the process arises. Where job openings are advertised in the normal way, this waiting period may go on for a few weeks after the application deadline.
Should we invite you for a face-to-face interview, we will contact you to arrange a time and place. In certain cases, a follow-up interview may also be required.
We wish you the very best of success!
Your job interview: on an equal footing with us
If you are invited for an interview, this means you have been shortlisted for this particular position. We see job interviews as a first opportunity for both parties to get to know each other and to enter into dialogue on equal terms. Although a meeting of this kind is a special situation, stay authentic and present yourself in the best light.
- Whether you’re travelling by train or car, find out in good time how to get to the interview.
- Your outfit and appearance should be appropriate for the job you’re going for, and should make a good impression
- Go into the interview with a positive attitude and see yourself as being on an equal footing with the company.
- Don’t hesitate to ask questions about the job you’re interviewing for, and show that you’re engaged in the conversation.