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The area of health professions is as large as it is diverse. Be it in nursing, therapy and diagnostics, functional services, university outpatient clinics or even central emergency wards – the fields of activity covered by the term "health professions" are manifold.
Here you will gain deeper insights into this – dive into the world of health professions at Charité.
"What fulfils me? To engage with other people openly and honestly. The best part? Seeing how my work changes lives."
More information about working at the Charité
New labor agreement
Health care professions benefit from our new labor agreement. Click here to find out more!
Would you like an apprenticeship, but have not yet decided on a field? These are your options.
Trainee programs for nursing and functional services
Would you like to continue your education toward middle management, and are not shy of leadership responsibility?
Internships in nursing and functional services
Would you like to get a sense of everyday hospital life at Charité? We offer a wide range of internships and job shadowing opportunities in various areas. Contact the ward directly to explore opportunities.
Would you like to work as a midwife, maternity assistant or nurse, and at the same time not miss out on studying? We offer various programs for a bachelor's degree.
International recruitment of nurses
Are you a trained nurse from abroad? We support you in your immigration procedure, recognition of professional qualifications and provide you with all the important information.
"I like working with people. No two days are the same at the ward. That's what makes the work so exciting!"
What we offer
Your remuneration? According to a labor agreement. Plus additional benefits if the workload is high.
Your remuneration is based on the labor agreement. What makes it special? Our labor agreement for healthcare professions sets new standards in terms of relief and training! Find out more: karriere.charite.de/en/health-professions/labor-agreement
We practise cohesion
Binding and functioning cooperation in a team is the be-all and end-all for us. Cooperation here is characterized not only by a respectful and open approach, but also by a shared responsibility. Thoughtful interaction with each other as well as patients is a matter of course for us.
You form an active part of research and innovation projects
As an employee at Charité, you will be closely involved in current research projects. This way, you will not only get to know innovative technologies and solutions long before they find everyday use, but can also actively test them yourself as part of your daily work. Participate in this innovation and shape the medicine of the future with us – day after day!
Frequently asked questions
How do I apply?
Which specific documents do I need to have ready for my application?
Which application documents are required depends entirely on the position you are applying for. In principle, however, you should be ready to submit a cover letter, your CV and references, as well certificates of your professional qualifications. The online form for the position you are interested in provides detailed information on which documents are compulsory (marked with *), and which can be submitted optionally.
What distinguishes Charité from other clinics?
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin was founded in 1710, and can thus look back on a long history and tradition. As a university hospital – the largest in Europe – Charité with its proximity to research and education is an ideal medical environment in contrast to conventional clinics. The associated pioneering spirit is evident, for example, in numerous research and innovation projects in which our employees are closely involved, and to which they can actively contribute. Our employees thus not only get to know innovative technologies and solutions long before they find everyday use, but can also actively test them as part of their own daily work. An example which enjoys great popularity is the ward of the future, where health-care staff can test innovations and the latest (digital) applications in their everyday clinical activities. Innovative medical technology – such as the da Vinci surgical robot which has been in use since 2014 - is a standard of ours. Charité's diversity is also reflected in the numerous advancement opportunities it offers: The possibilities for staff at our university hospital are virtually limitless.