Below, you will find details of what Charité currently offers its members of staff, from A to Z.
There you will find our job offers for medical professions and from the entire care sector such as Medical Assistant, Midwife, Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist, MTRA (Radiographer/Radiologic Technologist), and MTFA (Medical Technologist in Functional Diagnostics).
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Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin has three Disability Support Officers: both the Faculty of Medicine and the Hospital manage their own Disability Support Services, which are delivered by members of staff selected to serve as local Disability Support Officers. The local Disability Support Officers are responsible for selecting the Central Disability Support Officer. Please do not hesitate to ask our staff for advice. They will be happy to help in any way they can. Go to the Disability Support Homepage.
Staff Disability Support Officer
Gudrun Wolter, who is the employer's representative with a remit for the support of staff with disabilities, is also in charge of support for students with disabilities/chronic diseases. Ms Wolter can be contacted by telephone: +49 30 450 571 -015/-025, fax: +49 30 450 7571 -015/-025, or email.
Our Diversity Network ('Diversity – gelebte Vielfalt an der Charité') comprises a number of experts from Charité, and is in the process of developing structures and targeted activities to ensure that the diversity of our staff and students is recognized as enriching, as well as encouraging staff and students to understand and appreciate diversity in a respectful manner.
Charité offers numerous development opportunities for those hoping to pursue a career in science following the completion of their degree. There are six different academic ranks/titles, which candidates can work towards in a variety of subject areas. Please contact The Office of Graduate and Postgraduate Studies for further information.
As a researcher starting a new job at one of Berlin's higher education or research institutions, you will soon ask yourself: What impact is this move likely to have on my partner's career? Berlin's research institutions are not simply interested in attracting the very brightest in the field. By establishing the Berlin Dual Career Netzwerk Berlin (DCNB), they are offering a central point of contact for all dual career couples who are either new to the capital or about to make the move. To find out more, please click here.