Job vacancies for students
Here you can find available internship positions, as well as further options for joining us as a working student or for writing a practice-oriented Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis.
Whether as an intern, working students or scholarship holder – at the Gauselmann Group all paths are open to you. For practical experience with a wow effect.
Want to swap tedious swotting for interesting work experience? If so, you’ll always get a sympathetic reception at the Gauselmann Group. We welcome enthusiastic interns with open arms, look forward to your new ideas and are ready to advise and support you. Whether voluntary or mandatory internship, for three months or an entire practical semester – we’re sure to find a suitable fit.
Are you looking to write a Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis with a practical orientation? Then look no further. We will not only help you choose a topic, but in cooperation with the Gauselmann Institute also offer professional supervision with targeted support. Sounds like a good basis for a successful thesis? You bet it is!
We offer you a part-time job that not only gives your bank account a boost, but also makes your CV more impressive. Because as a student trainee you are an integrated member of the team, can grow with your own tasks and make important contacts. This puts you on an excellent footing to hit the road running after you graduate. Find out for yourself by joining us as a student trainee with the Gauselmann Group.
We believe that hard work should pay off. That’s why the Gauselmann Group awards scholarships to a number of students each year. Here, we work closely with Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, the Studienfonds OWL Foundation and Münster University. Together we offer students real added value beyond their studies – both in terms of their bank account and hands-on experience.
Working in the Gauselmann Group means being able to develop your full potential - in an open and transparent work culture that fosters communication as equals. As a certified Fair Company, fair pay and task allocation are just as important to us as collegiality. In practice this means that our student interns assume meaningful tasks with clear goals because only then can both sides benefit from new experiences.
The only way to gain new experience is to jump in at the deep end. That’s why we give our young recruits responsibility from day one. And what could be more obvious than involving them in the recruitment and supervision of our interns and student trainees? With insider know-how and fresh ideas, they tackle their own projects – and bring committed young talents like you on board.