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KWS Ber­lin GmbH

KWS is one of the world’s lead­ing plant breed­ing com­pan­ies. With the tra­di­tion of fam­ily own­er­ship, KWS has oper­ated inde­pend­ently for more than 160 years. It focuses on plant breed­ing and the pro­duc­tion and sale of seed for corn, sugar beet, cer­eals, potato, rape­seed, sun­flowers and veget­ables. KWS uses lead­ing-edge plant breed­ing meth­ods. 5.700 employ­ees rep­res­ent KWS in more than 70 coun­tries. For more inform­a­tion: Fol­low us on LinkedIn® at

Work­ing Stu­dent Tal­ent Acquis­i­tion (m/f/d)

ID: 4163

Work­ing field:

For KWS Ber­lin GmbH we are look­ing for a Work­ing Stu­dent (m/f/d) for 20 hours per week to join our inter­na­tional recruit­ing team in Ber­lin in our Global Trans­ac­tion Cen­ter (GTC). We want you to have an imme­di­ate impact, take respons­ib­il­ity from day one and grow the global com­munity of pas­sion­ate HR pro­fes­sion­als with us.

Your key respons­ib­il­it­ies:

  • Sup­port us in day to day activ­it­ies and pro­jects.
  • Assist with act­ive sourcing, devel­op­ing and main­tain­ing an effect­ive can­did­ate pipeline work­ing closely with recruit­ers.
  • Plan and coordin­ate inter­views with can­did­ates.
  • Trans­late and edit job descrip­tions together with the team.
  • Post jobs online, coordin­ate and mon­itor applic­a­tions.


You will be most suc­cess­ful if you fit this pro­file:

  • You are a registered stu­dent in the field of eco­nom­ics, human resources, psy­cho­logy, social sci­ence or com­par­able.
  • Interest in human resources pre­ferred, ideally you have first exper­i­ences in recruit­ment
  • You are char­ac­ter­ized by high dynam­ics, self-organ­iz­a­tion and inde­pend­ence.
  • Very good com­mand of Eng­lish and French both writ­ten and spoken, other lan­guage skills such as Italian and/or Ger­man would be highly advant­age­ous.

What we of­fer:

What we offer you:

  • A loc­a­tion in the heart of Ber­lin.
  • A great team with lots of fun at work.
  • A pos­it­ive and appre­ci­at­ive work­ing envir­on­ment.
  • Flat hier­arch­ies and open com­mu­nic­a­tion.
  • An attract­ive remu­ner­a­tion.
  • Flex­ible work­ing hours and a reas­on­able work-life bal­ance.

How to ap­ply: