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Consultant Projects & GTAI - Sydney (full-time position)

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) seeks an enthusiastic team player for our Sydney Projects team and the GTAI Director. The candidate should have a strong background working with or in SMEs and market entry related issues; knowledge in the energy market and market analysis are a plus. This is a fantastic opportunity for a hands-on professional to join a small but versatile organisation and work in an industry focused environment.

The position is full-time, being shared 50/50 between two departments and starting in February 2019.

As Consultant Projects & GTAI you report directly to the Director Projects and to the Director GTAI. You will be responsible for assisting with the execution of consulting projects such as trade missions and industry conference. You will further assist with market intelligence and report writing as well as trade fair management and provide pro-active timely, accurate professional support to internal and external clients working very closely with the various departments.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Market research
    - Industry analysis & market research
    - Report writing in English and German
  • Conduct of business partner searches for delegations
  • Organisation and coordination of trade related conferences & trade missions such as
    - Speaker search
    - Invite mail outs and RSVPs
    - Conference set-up
  • Project Management
    - Final cost accounting of projects and report writing
  • General Office Admin Support
  • GTAI
    - News review / newspaper clippings
    - Preparation of research data for detailed market reports
    - Identifying companies with an interest to establish a business presence in Germany
    - Assistance with investor enquiries
    - Event organization and execution

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following skills and personal attributes:

  • Bachelor degree and / or 2 to 3 years relevant work experience with a focus on business or commerce
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills in English & German essential
  • Basic knowledge of the Australian corporate landscape
  • Excellent knowledge of the MS-Office suite (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
  • Adaptable and flexible team-player with a hands-on attitude
  • Very good organisational and project coordination skills
  • Professional people skills and phone manner
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Interest in German-Australian business relations and its advancement
  • Experience with small and medium-sized companies a plus
  • Experience in the Energy Market

Please note that you need unrestricted Australian working rights to apply for this position.

What we offer:

  • A diverse and exciting environment, driven by our industry network of member companies and stakeholders
  • A collaborative work culture and ‘open door’ environment
  • Flexible working hours (in coordination with the team and work requirements)
  • Modern offices in Sydney’s CBD

Please send your application to anja.kegel(at)germany.org.au

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is the official representation of German business and trade in Australia. The AHK promotes bilateral trade, advises German and Australian companies on market developments and supports the expansion of their business networks. As a not-for-profit organisation, the German Chamber has over 400 member companies from all industry sectors and for which it organises numerous events, trade missions and conferences. It also provides a broad portfolio of market entry services through its consulting service brand DEinternational.

Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. The organisation informs and advises international companies setting up business activities in Germany. Furthermore, GTAI supports German-based businesses seeking to expand in international markets with current foreign trade information. GTAI has a global network of employees who work closely with the German Chambers of Commerce (AHK). This cooperation aims to offer German exporters and potential foreign investors a central contact point for both country-specific market information and targeted consultancy services.

Membership Coordinator - Sydney (part-time position; 2.5 days/week)

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) seeks an enthusiastic Membership  Coordinator.

The main purpose of this role is to work proactively with the Director of Membership, to support this strategic area of our business. This role will comprise both sales oriented and administrative tasks, and will suit someone with a strong sales support/membership management background.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join our Sydney-based team within a growing organisation.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Proactively identify and approach potential new members through research and by following up existing leads;
  • In coordination with the Director of Membership, manage members' enquiries and promote their interests;
  • Liaise with the Events & Marketing Department to create new membership marketing material, both online and in print;
  • Assist with all administrative tasks including coordination of annual membership renewals and the new member induction process;
  • Maintain members' details in the "Capsule" CRM system.

On your work days, you may occasionally be required to attend events hosted for members outside of regular work hours.

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following skills and personal attributes:

  • Relevant work experience in sales support or with a membership based organization;
  • Ability to work as part of a small team and with a strong customer service focus;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and handle tight deadlines;
  • Reliable, accurate and independent working style;
  • Excellent communication skills in English. Proficiency in German would be highly regarded;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

What we offer:

  • A diverse and exciting work environment, driven by our industry network of member companies and stakeholders;
  • A collaborative work culture and 'open-door' environment; 
  • Flexible working hours (in coordination with the team and work requirements); 
  • Modern offices in Sydney's CBD.

Please note that you need unrestricted Australian work rights to apply for this position.

Please send your application to mailto:tina.thoms(at)germany.org.au

Application deadline is 25 January 2019.

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is the official representation of German business and trade in Australia. The German Chamber promotes bilateral trade, advises German and Australian companies on market developments and supports the expansion of their business networks. As a not-for-profit organisation, the German Chamber has over 400 member companies from all industry sectors and each year organises numerous events, trade missions and conferences.

Events Coordinator - Melbourne (part-time)

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is seeking an enthusiastic Events Coordinator (part-time) for their office in the Melbourne CBD.

The main purpose of this role is to work proactively within the Events & Marketing department, mainly but not exclusively to support the Manager, Events & Training (part-time) in her daily work. This role comprises both topical and administrative tasks and will suit someone with an events coordinator or advanced admin background, ideally in a membership-based organisation.

Your key responsibilities will include the following:

  • Help identify and secure event speakers and sponsors through research, direct contact and follow-up;
  • Manage events logistics incl. event website, registrations in online systems, RSVPs, venues, suppliers and event execution on the day;
  • Promote events through our various marketing channels in collaboration with the national marketing team;
  • Organise the Chamber's Young Executives Forum 'Stammtisch' meetings;
  • Maintain all events-related data in the CRM system.

You will occasionally be required to work outside of regular work hours.

To be successful in this role you will ideally be able to demonstrate the following skills and personal attributes:

  • Previous experience in events coordination;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);
  • Experience in online events management tools (e.g. Eventbrite, Floktu, Cvent);
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and adhere to strict deadlines;
  • Very good command of the English language (additional German language skills are a plus);
  • Driven, proactive and flexible to adapt to changing workloads and priorities.

We offer

  • A diverse and exciting work environment, driven by our industry network of member companies and stakeholders;
  • A collaborative work culture, flat hierarchies and an 'open-door' environment;
  • Flexible working hours (in coordination with the team and work requirements);
  • An office location in Melbourne's CBD.

Please note that you need unrestricted rights to work in Australia to apply for this position.

Please send your application to mailto:lars.mehlan(at)germany.org.au

Application deadline is 25 January 2019.

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is the official representation of German business and trade in Australia. The German Chamber promotes bilateral trade, advises German and Australian companies on market developments and supports the expansion of their business networks. As a not-for-profit organisation, the German Chamber has over 400 member companies from all industry sectors and each year organises numerous events, trade missions and conferences.

Marketing Coordinator - Sydney (part-time)

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is seeking an enthusiastic part-time Marketing Coordinator for their office in the Sydney CBD.

The main purpose of this role is to work proactively within the Events & Marketing department, mainly but not exclusively to support the PR & Marketing Manager (part-time) in her work. This role comprises both topical and administrative tasks and will suit someone with strong organisational talent and a background in digital content and social media, ideally in a membership-based organisation.

Your key responsibilities will include the following:

  • Regularly update the Chamber's website, blog and social media channels;
  • Execute all email marketing activities;
  • Update print publications, including the Business News, member directories and annual reports;
  • Prepare and edit PPT presentations;
  • Assist with the acquisition of advertisers for online and offline publications;
  • Liaise with all relevant internal and external stakeholders regarding marketing content;
  • Write copy for marketing material including landing pages, EDMs, forms, event reports, social channels, digital advertising;
  • Assist with member liaison and member lead generation.

You may occasionally be asked to work outside of regular work hours to support the events team with logistics, take photos and post on social media.

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following skills and personal attributes:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);
  • Affinity and ideally previous experience in digital marketing incl. website CMS. Knowledge of email platforms, e.g. MailChimp would be highly regarded;
  • Excellent English grammar and writing skills (additional German language skills are a plus);
  • Driven, proactive and flexible to adapt to changing workloads and priorities.

We offer

  • A diverse and exciting work environment, driven by our industry network of member companies and stakeholders;
  • A collaborative work culture, flat hierarchies and an 'open-door' environment;
  • Flexible working hours (in coordination with the team and work requirements);
  • An office location in Sydney's CBD.

Please note that you need unrestricted rights to work in Australia to apply for this position.

Please send your application to katja.mossner(at)germany.org.au

Application deadline is 25 January 2019.

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is the official representation of German business and trade in Australia. The German Chamber promotes bilateral trade, advises German and Australian companies on market developments and supports the expansion of their business networks. As a not-for-profit organisation, the German Chamber has over 400 member companies from all industry sectors and each year organises numerous events, trade missions and conferences.

Sales Engineer at Machinery Forum (VIC)

We are looking for an energetic and keen Sales Engineer to work with the Sales Team of MACHINERY FORUM (VIC) PTY LTD.

We are a well-established machinery importing company which supplies advanced production equipment to the metal-working, foundry, wire & cable, printed circuit board and electronics manufacturing industries in Australia and New Zealand.

For more information visit: www.machineryforum.com.au

Commencement: immediately upon successful application

Skills required:

  • Be able to sell Sheet Metal Machinery including Laser Cutting Machines from our Melbourne Office to Australia and New Zealand manufacturers.

Please send your resume to machinery(at)machineryforum.com.au
or call Mr Oliver Blaufelder: 0411 113 633

Service Engineer at Machinery Forum (VIC)

We are looking for an energetic and keen Service Engineer to work with the Service Team of MACHINERY FORUM (VIC) PTY LTD.

We are a well-established machinery importing company which supplies advanced production equipment to the metal-working, foundry, wire & cable, printed circuit board and electronics manufacturing industries in Australia and New Zealand.

For more information visit: www.machineryforum.com.au

Commencement: immediately upon successful application

Skills required:

  • Be able to service Sheet Metal Machinery including Laser Cutting Machines from our Melbourne Office to Australia and New Zealand manufacturers.

Please send your resume to mailto:machinery(at)machineryforum.com.au
or call Mr Oliver Blaufelder: 0411 113 633

Sales Engineer at Machinery Forum (NSW)

We are looking for an energetic and keen Sales Engineer to work with the Sales Team of MACHINERY FORUM (NSW) PTY LTD.

We are a well-established machinery importing company which supplies advanced production equipment to the metal-working, foundry, wire & cable, printed circuit board and electronics manufacturing industries in Australia and New Zealand.

For more information visit: www.machineryforum.com.au

Commencement: immediately upon successful application

Skills required:

  • Be able to sell Sheet Metal Machinery including Laser Cutting Machines from our Sydney Office to Australia and New Zealand manufacturers.

Please send your resume to finance(at)mafosyd.com.au
or call Mr Oliver Blaufelder: 0411 113 633

Service Engineer at Machinery Forum (NSW)

We are looking for an energetic and keen Service Engineer to work with the Service Team of MACHINERY FORUM (NSW) PTY LTD.

We are a well-established machinery importing company which supplies advanced production equipment to the metal-working, foundry, wire & cable, printed circuit board and electronics manufacturing industries in Australia and New Zealand.

For more information visit: www.machineryforum.com.au

Commencement: immediately upon successful application

Skills required:

  • Be able to service Sheet Metal Machinery including Laser Cutting Machines from our Sydney Office to Australia and New Zealand manufacturers.

Please send your resume to finance(at)mafosyd.com.au
or call Mr Oliver Blaufelder: 0411 113 633

Market Distribution Manager at Continental (Bundoora, VIC)

With sales of €40.5 billion in 2016, Continental is among the leading automotive suppliers worldwide and currently has approximately 220,000 employees in 56 countries.

The Tyre division includes the Passenger and Light Truck, the Commercial Vehicle Tyre and the Industrial Tyre business units. As one of the world's leading tyre manufacturers with more than 52,000 employees, the division achieved cumulative sales of more than €10.7 billion in 2016. The Tyre division currently has 75 locations in 47 countries. The broad product range and continuous investments in R&D make a major contribution to cost-effective and ecologically efficient mobility.

Continental Tyres of Australia is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic Market Distribution Manager. The position holder will be responsible for the Management of logistics flow and processes between plants, service providers, internal customers and final customers (retailers/dealers), by ensuring all processes within the whole value chain are optimized to achieve the sales/business objectives, in most efficient and effective manner

The key responsibilities of this position will include:

  • Management of stock levels and ensuring that the correct products are available in order to achieve the optimal level of customer service
  • Support management’s market strategy to achieve optimal customer service level
  • Review warehouse replenishments are as per buffer stock levels and ensure capacity parameters
  • Oversee annual warehouse audit to ensure operations are within company guidelines
  • Monitor the logistic service provider’s executions are as per their contract terms and conditions
  • Execution/implementation of KPIs for service providers, organise monthly KPI and bi-weekly operation review meetings Track and monitor all outbound transport cost (customer & inter warehouse transfer).
  • Check for irregular activities and ensure cost is in line with agreed annual budget, monthly accrual, monthly expense forecast
  • Track and monitor customer deliveries to ensure the correct stock is delivered to the customer as per customer requested delivery time frame
  • Confirming that the correct delivery documents are used for customer deliveries and proof of deliveries are returned back by the transport service provider for safekeeping
  • Ensure all delivery discrepancies are investigated and resolved in a timely manner to reduce transport damages and charge out fees
  • Support Market Demand Manager in all market logistic and warehousing projects
  • Initiate a continuous improvement project to improve bottle-necks within the logistics process flow with our logistics partners and other stake-holders as part of value creation theme
  • Work with the APAC Warehousing & Distribution team to develop new initiates, strategies and solutions for process improvement and cost optimisation

We are looking for a dynamic self-starter with a Diploma/Degree in Business Management, Supply Chain, Logistics & Warehousing or Controlling and minimum 5 years of people management experience.

If you are looking to join a premium multinational company who can offer personal development and career prospects, we look forward to receiving your application. A competitive salary with generous performance based incentives is on offer. Please submit your application via email to Sebastian Thiel.

Team Assistant / Receptionist, Goethe-Institut Sydney

The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institution of the Federal Republic of Germany operating worldwide. We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. Our international field of activity requires a great openness to other cultures and a high intercultural competence.

The Goethe-Institut is seeking to fill the position of a Team Assistant / Receptionist in Sydney from 21 May 2018.
The scope of employment is part-time, 19 hours per week (Monday-Thursday).

Duties will include but are not limited to

Team Assistant / Receptionist

  • Welcome visitors, language students and partners at the reception 
  • Telephone switchboard, answering general questions about language courses, events and services of the Goethe-Institut 
  • Answer general requests via email 
  • Customer/partner database management 
  • Events/Auditorium: booking register and general assistance as required 
  • Organisation of the internship program 
  • Coordination of freelancers 
  • Assistance as required with internal audits and public relations 
  • General support of all departments 
  • General office duties

Requirements

  • Friendly and service-oriented personality 
  • Strong organisational skills 
  • Team player 
  • Fluency in English plus a good grasp of German or the willingness to take German classes at the Goethe-Institut 
  • Microsoft Office skills 
  • Willingness to work flexible hours

A valid Australian work visa is a requirement for employment (applications from holders of "Work and Holiday" visas will not be considered).
Remuneration: AUD 25,969 including 10% superannuation, depending on qualification.

Please send your application including the usual documents in electronic form no later than 11 May 2018 to recruiting-australia(at)goethe.de
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Das Goethe-Institut sucht für die Standorte Sydney und Melbourne motivierte DEUTSCHLEHRER / DEUTSCHLEHRERINNEN

 

 

Das Goethe-Institut e. V. ist das weltweit tätige Kulturinstitut der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Wir fördern die Kenntnis der deutschen Sprache im Ausland und pflegen die internationale kulturelle Zusammenarbeit. Wir vermitteln ein umfassendes aktuelles Deutschlandbild und informieren über das kulturelle, gesellschaftliche und politische Leben in Deutschland.

Einstellungsvoraussetzungen / Lehrerqualifikation

Wenn Sie

  • über eine australische Arbeitserlaubnis oder die australische Staatsbürgerschaft verfügen
  • einen fachbezogenen Hochschulabschluss, vorzugsweise DaF und/oder Germanistik, ggfs. andere fremdsprachliche Philologie haben
  • deutsche/r Muttersprachler/in sind oder über muttersprachliche Kompetenz im Deutschen verfügen,
  • DaF-Lehrerfahrung, vorzugsweise im Erwachsenenbereich, haben
  • ein/eine begeisterte/r und engagierte/r Lehrer/in sind

dann sind Sie vielleicht die Person, nach der wir suchen.

Einarbeitung / Hospitationsphase

  • Hospitation von mindestens vier Kurstreffen (12 UE)
  • Durchführung von mindestens einer Probeunterrichtseinheit von je 1 UE unter Aufsicht der betreuenden GI-Lehrkraft (mit Vor- und Nachbesprechung)


Bitte beachten Sie, dass das Goethe-Institut kein Visa-Sponsoring übernehmen kann.

Schicken Sie bitte Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen an:

für Sydney: Eliza Doneva
mailto:eliza.doneva(at)goethe.de

für Melbourne: Kathrin McMillan
kathrin.mcmillan(at)goethe.de

Goethe-Institut Melbourne sucht Verwaltungsleiter/in

Das Goethe-Institut ist das weltweit tätige Kulturinstitut der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
Wir fördern die Kenntnis der deutschen Sprache im Ausland und pflegen die internationale kulturelle Zusammenarbeit.
Unser internationales Tätigkeitsfeld erfordert eine große Offenheit gegenüber anderen Kulturen und eine hohe interkulturelle Kompetenz.

 

 


Wir suchen zum 1. Oktober 2018 eine/-n engagierte/-n Kollegen/-in. Es handelt sich um eine Teilzeitbeschäftigung mit 19 Stunden pro Woche.

Ihr Aufgabengebiet umfasst im Wesentlichen

  • Leitung der Verwaltung des Goethe-Instituts in Melbourne
  • Unterstützung der Institutsleitung in allen verwaltungs- und personalrechtlichen Fragen
  • Finanzwesen
  • Personalwesen
  • Organisation und Berichtswesen
  • Grundsatz-, Rechts- und Sicherheitsangelegenheiten
  • Liegenschaften und Investitionen

Anforderungen

  • Bereitschaft, sich in die Planungs- und Steuerungsinstrumente des Goethe-Instituts einzuarbeiten
  • Sehr gute SAP-Kenntnisse (FI und CO)
  • Fundierte Kenntnisse in kaufmännischer Buchhaltung
  • Sehr gute Arbeitsorganisation und Managementkompetenz
  • Hohe soziale und interkulturelle Kompetenz, Teamorientierung und Kommunikationsfähigkeit
  • Hohes Koordinations- und Organisationsgeschick
  • Gekonnter Umgang mit Termindruck, Belastbarkeit
  • Verwaltungsrelevante rechtliche Kenntnisse oder die Bereitschaft, sich in diese einzuarbeiten
  • Erfahrung im Personalmanagement wünschenswert
  • Bereitschaft zu Fortbildungen im In- und Ausland
  • Sehr gute Kenntnisse von Office Anwendungen
  • Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift
  • Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift

Wir bieten einen attraktiven Aufgabenbereich, ein interessantes und abwechslungsreiches Arbeitsumfeld, kontinuierliche Fortbildungen sowie eine angemessene, ortsübliche Bezahlung nach lokalem Gehaltsschema.

Einstellungsvoraussetzung ist eine bestehende gültige Arbeitserlaubnis für Australien (kein Work and Holiday).

Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbung mit einem Motivationsschreiben, Lebenslauf und Referenzen sowie Angabe des Visums per E-Mail ausschließlich an
recruiting-australia(at)goethe.de
Die Bewerbungsfrist endet mit Ablauf des 10. September 2018.
Nur erfolgreiche Kandidaten/Kandidatinnen werden benachrichtigt.

 

 

Goethe-Institut seeks Assistant in Events Management

 

 

URGENT HELP REQUIRED

 

The Goethe-Institut in Woollahra is seeking a reliable person to assist in events management

  • Flexible work hours required to support events and meetings at our premises
  • Work hours: Weekends and occasional evening events for up to 150 people each time
  • $25/ hour
  • Opening and closing the building
  • Setting-up tables, chairs, audio and other technical equipment, cleaning up venue
  • Bar-tending

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Well-presented and excellent command in English
  • Basic technical knowledge required (managing venue hall lights, audio, laptops)
  • Customer-service orientation
  • Fits trustworthy and highly organised person
  • RSA-license (expenses will be covered)

Please apply with CV and references by email to info(at)goethe.de

Goethe-Institute Melbourne seeks Team Assistant / Caretaker

The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institution of the Federal Republic of Germany operating worldwide. We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. Our international field of activity requires a great openness to other cultures and a high intercultural competence.

The Goethe-Institut is seeking to fill the position of a Team Assistant / Caretaker in Melbourne from October 1, 2018.
The scope of employment is part-time, 28.5 hours per week.

Duties will include but are not limited to

Team Assistant / Receptionist 50%

  • Welcome visitors, language students and partners at the reception
  • Telephone switchboard, answering general questions about language courses, events and services of the Goethe-Institut
  • Library services, incl. lending DVDs and record keeping
  • General support of marketing activities, incl. ordering, distribution and selling of promotional material
  • Preparing rooms and assist at events
  • Coordination of Social Media calendar
  • General office duties

Caretaker 25%

  • Ongoing inspection and assessment of premises’ condition
  • Small repairs and/or identify contractors, getting quotes, monitor repairs
  • Postal dispatch, postage record, and daily mail distribution
  • Freight and customs clearance
  • Procurement of office material and cleaning goods
  • Assist with purchase of equipment and taking inventory
  • General caretaker duties

Requirements

  • Friendly and service-oriented personality
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Team player
  • Fluency in English plus a good grasp of German or the willingness to take German classes at the Goethe-Institut
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Willingness to work flexible hours

A valid Australian work visa is a requirement for employment (applications from holders of "Work and Holiday" visas will not be considered).
Remuneration: between AUD 35,629 to 40,973 p.a. plus 10% superannuation, depending on qualification.

Please send your application including the usual documents in electronic form no later
than 25 September 2018 to recruiting-australia(at)goethe.de
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Programm-Manager/in

 

 

 

 

Das Regionalbüro Australien und Pazifik der Konrad‐Adenauer‐Stiftung (KAS) mit Sitz in Canberra sucht zum frühestmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n

Programm‐Manager/in (Vollzeitstelle)


Folgende Aufgaben erwarten Sie:

Unterstützung der Leiterin des KAS‐Auslandbüros durch Referenten‐ / Programmmanagementtätigkeit in folgenden Bereichen:

  • Konzipierung, Budgetierung, Organisation, Durchführung und Evaluierung von KASAktivitäten in Australien, Neuseeland und im Südpazifik, Themenschwerpunkte: Energiepolitik/Entwicklungspolitik
  • Netzwerktätigkeit mit Bezug auf Think‐Tanks, Regierungsinstitutionen, politische Parteien etc.
  • Berichterstattung über die Programme und Aktivitäten sowie Antragstellung bei den entsprechenden Zuwendungsgebern
  • Organisation von politischen Delegationsbesuchen in die Region und nach Europa
  • Verfassen von politischen Berichten
  • Mitgestaltung von themenbezogenen Print‐ und Online‐Publikationen
  • Pflege der Homepage und der Social Media‐Konten des Büros
  • allgemeine administrative und organisatorische Aufgaben im Auslandsbüro

Diese Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:

  • abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Master oder vergleichbarer Abschluss) der Politik‐, Wirtschafts‐, Rechts‐ oder Sozialwissenschaften
  • großes Interesse an internationaler Politik, Regionalexpertise mit Fokus auf den Südpazifik von Vorteil
  • möglichst Berufserfahrung
  • sehr gute Deutsch‐und Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift
  • eigenständiges, ziel‐ und lösungsorientiertes Arbeiten
  • Kommunikations‐ und Teamfähigkeit
  • hohe Einsatzbereitschaft und umfassendes Organisationsvermögen
  • Bereitschaft zu regelmäßigen Reisen innerhalb Australiens, nach Neuseeland und in den Südpazifik
  • sehr gute IT‐Kenntnisse in gängigen Büroanwendungen (insbesondere Microsoft Office) und Erfahrungen im Umgang mit sozialen Medien
  • Identifizierung mit dem ordnungs‐ und gesellschaftspolitischen Standpunkt der Konrad‐Adenauer‐Stiftung
  • eine gültige Aufenthalts‐ und Arbeitsgenehmigung für Australien

Wir bieten Ihnen:

  • eine abwechslungsreiche Tätigkeit in einem internationalen Umfeld
  • Arbeiten in einem kleinen, hochmotivierten und dynamischen Team
  • Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten
  • eine den Anforderungen angemessene Vergütung

 

Haben wir Ihr Interesse geweckt? Wir freuen uns über Ihre Bewerbung.

Bitte richten Sie diese mit Motivationsschreiben und Lebenslauf in deutscher und englischer Sprache, Zeugnissen, Empfehlungsschreiben und Angaben zu Referenzpersonen bis zum 5. Dezember 2018 per E‐mail an Dr. Beatrice Gorawantschy, Leiterin der Konrad‐Adenauer‐Stiftung in Canberra: beatrice.gorawantschy(at)kas.de

Professur für das Fachgebiet „Betrieblicher Außenhandel“, Karlsruhe

Die Hochschule Karlsruhe – Technik und Wirtschaft ist mit rund 8.500 Studierenden eine der größten Hochschulen für angewandte Wissenschaften Baden-Württembergs und hat neben der Lehre einen deutlichen Schwerpunkt in der angewandten Forschung. Die Hochschule verfügt über die Fakultäten Architektur und Bauwesen, Elektro- und Informationstechnik, Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik, Informationsmanagement und Medien, Maschinenbau und Mechatronik sowie Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Die Studienangebote zeichnen sich durch hohe praxisorientierte Lehrinhalte und herausragende Studienbedingungen aus. Die Hochschule weist sehr gute Rankingergebnisse auf und arbeitet eng mit der regionalen und überregionalen Wirtschaft zusammen.

An der Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften ist zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine 

W2 – Professur für das Fachgebiet „Betrieblicher Außenhandel“
- Kennzahl 1398 -

zu besetzen.

Gesucht wird eine Persönlichkeit, die ihre in der Forschung und einer mehrjährigen beruflichen Praxis erworbenen Erfahrungen für unsere Studierenden nutzbar machen kann.

Der/die Bewerber/in zeichnet sich durch umfangreiche Kenntnisse bei der Verfolgung internationaler Geschäftsaktivitäten aus und verfügt insbesondere über spezifische Qualifikationen in den Bereichen Vertriebsmanagement und Digitale Vermarktung. Zu den Aufgaben zählt die Vermittlung von Kompetenzen, die mit dem Aufbau und der Steuerung internationaler Organisationseinheiten verbunden sind. Die Tätigkeit umfasst insbesondere Lehre und Forschung in den Bereichen des betrieblichen Außenhandels und im Marketing in den Bachelor- und Master-Studiengängen sowie die Durchführung von Unternehmensplanspielen. Es wird Kompetenz und Engagement beim Aufbau von eigenen Schwerpunkten im Bereich der Forschung erwartet, um das Profil der Fakultät noch attraktiver zu gestalten.

Die Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften zeichnet sich durch hohe Interdisziplinarität aus, die notwendig ist, um u.a. Wirtschaftsingenieure auszubilden. Rund die Hälfte der Professorinnen und Professoren sind Ingenieure oder Naturwissenschaftler. Zusammen mit den entsprechend ausgerichteten Laboren steht so ein attraktives technisches Umfeld zur Zusammenarbeit zur Verfügung. Die Vertriebs- und Marketinglabore bieten eine moderne Infrastruktur für Aktivitäten im Bereich der Verhandlungsführung und Marktforschung sowie für die Durchführung internationaler Lehrveranstaltungen und Planspiele.

Die Hochschule Karlsruhe ist eine der drittmittelstärksten Hochschulen für angewandte Wissenschaften in Baden-Württemberg. Der weitere Ausbau der angewandten Forschung ist deshalb anerkanntes Ziel der Hochschule. Sie geht davon aus, dass der/die Stelleninhaber/-in sich aktiv an der angewandten Forschung beteiligt und Drittmittel einwirbt. Darüber hinaus besteht die Pflicht zur Beteiligung an der Grundlagenausbildung. Der/Die Stelleninhaber/-in muss bereit sein, auch Vorlesungen in fachlich benachbarten Gebieten zu übernehmen. Die Fähigkeit, Lehrveranstaltungen in englischer Sprache durchzuführen, wird vorausgesetzt.

Die Einstellungsvoraussetzungen für Professorinnen und Professoren sind geregelt in §§ 47, 49, 50 des Gesetzes über die Hochschulen in Baden-Württemberg (Landeshochschulgesetz – LHG) in der Fassung ab 30.03.2018. Einzelheiten finden Sie in der ausführlichen Stellenausschreibung unter www.hs-karlsruhe.de >Hochschule >Stellenangebote.

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