With Zenjob, you can find many different jobs in various industries. The following are only some examples of the jobs available. You can find the actual available jobs by registering in our app.
Many retailers have job vacancies for cashiers in Berlin. Whether in a supermarket, wholesale market, DIY store, fashion boutique or specialist shop, customer service is the top priority for a cashier. Learn more about the requirements for cashier work and find suitable jobs in Berlin.
Warehouse operations in chemist’s shops, food shops and wholesale markets are about organisation and customer service. What else do you need to apply for a job as a stock replenisher in Berlin? Click to find out more.
In retail, a shop assistant is not only expected to carry out cashier work, but also provide service-oriented customer care. There are all kinds of different shop assistant jobs available in Berlin. Read here about what you need to keep in mind.
It is not only large logistics companies who are looking for warehouse assistants in Berlin, but also e-commerce companies. Warehouse assistants are a crucial part of the supply chain for ensuring timely delivery. More information about the requirements for warehouse assistants in Berlin can be found here.
As a driver in Berlin, it is your job to ensure the punctual delivery of goods. As well as a driving licence, there are a few other requirements you should also meet. Find out here what you can expect as a driver in Berlin.
Temporary bar staff
If you are passionate about making drinks and cocktails, then a job as bar staff in Berlin is just the right thing for you. For jobs where you come into contact with food and drink, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. Continue reading to learn about the requirements for a job in catering.
Waiter/waitress jobs can be found all over Berlin. Cafes and restaurants are looking for committed waiters and waitresses who never lose their cool, even during the busiest times. For details of what else you need to work as a waiter/waitress in Berlin, you can read more here.
Working in an office role in Berlin is not just about administrative tasks. You will also be expected to collate data, create presentations and more. What exactly do you need for a job in an office role in Berlin? Continue reading to find out.
Promoter jobs in Berlin are available for many different promotions and events. Sales promotion involves speaking proactively to people and providing them with more information on the campaign you are promoting. You can find the job profile for a promoter in Berlin here.
Customer centre staff
Call centre agents and customer-facing staff at customer centres in Berlin deal with customer complaints and enquiries. You can find out what exactly you need for a customer service job here.
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Zenjob in Berlin
Berlin is the Germany’s capital city and also the most populous and largest city in the country. As the centre of the country’s political activity and with an extensive cultural offering, Berlin has a wide variety of different positions to offer jobseekers. Whether a part-time job, mini job or side job, there is something suitable for everyone.
Berlin was the first city launched on our Zenjob platform, and has been connecting businesses and qualified jobseekers in the city since 2016. This ‘start-up capital’ gives jobseekers the opportunity to hit the ground running in the world of work in dynamic workplaces that have a high level of online affinity. There are many great opportunities awaiting you in Berlin as a student embarking on your career, with roles that pay a high hourly wage that you can do alongside your studies.
Salary and wage levels in Berlin
Salaries and wages are much lower in Berlin compared to the west and south of Germany, averaging about €42,500 per year. At the same time, however, the cost of living in Berlin is also cheaper, especially compared to cities such as Hamburg and Munich. For graduates, a starting salary of around €43,600 per year can be expected, depending on your course and the industry, and around €29,000 upon completion of an apprenticeship/vocational training.
Studying and working in Berlin
Berlin has a broad offering of further/higher education opportunities available and has the highest number of public as well as private higher education institutions. These include the Humboldt University of Berlin, the College of Fine Arts and the Beuth University of Applied Sciences. Numerous large companies, such as Siemens AG, KPMG and Deutsche Bahn AG, have their headquarters in the capital, or outsourced locations there (e.g. BASF SE), providing jobseekers with interesting opportunities in a wide variety of fields. Using the Zenjob app, you can also find a suitable part-time job or summer job in Berlin very quickly, providing you with the flexibility you need to work alongside your studies or training course.