Companies In Berlin Hiring Right Now – There are many people out of work right now due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the German economy. Despite the doom and gloom, there’s a bright spot on the horizon. The economic recovery is trending to be a v-shaped one, and while this could quickly change, this desirable rebound is something that most countries around the globe are envious of right now. A lot of companies in Berlin are currently hiring and not just for a handful of jobs, but for a lot of them.
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Companies In Berlin Hiring Right Now
In this post, we feature companies operating in Germany who are actively recruiting new candidates in Berlin. This will start as a “top 10” guide and will continue to be updated on a regular basis. Bookmark this post for future reference and come back often for updates.
A few disclaimers, before we get started:
💖 Some of the companies are hiring only German speakers and some are hiring English ones as well. It’s best to check individual job descriptions for more specific language requirements. If known, we’ll include this in the company profile below.
💖 There are companies who cover relocation costs or help with visas. If known, we’ll also include this information.
Note – Keep in mind that there are many unemployed people in Germany at the moment and as such, companies have tightened their finances and are tending to hire locally.
💖 I’m not a recruiter, so please do not send me your CV. Apply through the company’s website links below or get in touch with them directly.
💖 I’m not personally endorsing any of the companies featured here. You’ll need to research them on your own to decide if you want to apply for a job and if things go well (which I hope they will), work for them.
Which companies are hiring people in Berlin?
Check out these companies in Berlin hiring right now:
1) Zalando – Europe’s biggest online fashion retailer serving 17 countries is now doing better than ever revenue wise. With more than 300 positions open in Berlin (at time of writing), check them out for gigs in their warehouse, sales teams, engineering, and more. They do offer jobs to English speakers and often help with visas and relocation. Zalando is also focusing a lot on diversity and inclusion these days, making it one of the more attractive companies to work for in Germany.
2) AMBOSS – A company founded by doctors, for doctors. AMBOSS aims to empower physicians to deliver high levels of care by creating a digital medical platform that helps doctors have access to learning and development materials to learn more about their craft. With now more than 300 employees, the company is only growing, and you can be part of their team. They’re hiring in the product and engineering areas, marketing and communication, as well as business and operations. No need to fret, as they hire English speakers too.
3) TikTok – Considered to be the number one short-form mobile video platform, their mission is to inspire creativity and bring joy. If you’re like me, you’re probably a big fan of the app and can spend hours watching the entertaining video content you find there. Lucky for us, they are hiring for tons of positions in Berlin. They are open to hiring English speakers and most of their openings revolve around community managers, content specialists, product managers, and partner managers. At time of writing, they had 30 positions open in Berlin.
4) FREE NOW – Formerly mytaxi, FREE NOW offers varying mobility services like taxis, private car hires, scooters, and ride shares, with plans to further expand on their services. This growth means they need people and they’re hiring. They are seeking people in their engineering and product area, data and analytics team, marketing, sales, and more. They hire English people and support people with their visa needs.
5) TomTom – Situated in a lovely office on the Spree right near Molecule Man, TomTom specializes in location, navigation, and map technologies. While there are not many open positions in Berlin right now (only three at the time of writing), keep an eye on their job openings as they’re said to be a good company to work for. They hire English speakers, and assist with visas. Note, most of their open positions in Berlin tend to be tech related.
6) Contentful – These guys have a platform that allows you to update your website’s content via a user friendly tool that helps website owners avoid dealing with backend maintenance. With a hip looking office in Kreuzberg, the company is looking for sales, product, finance, etc. people. They speak English in the workplace and help with visas.
7) Doctolib – The largest e-health service in Europe, Doctolib has digitized appointment bookings for patients, as well as patient management for physicians. In a country where digitization is sorely needed, Doctolib is making the lives of people in Germany better. They are currently hiring for their marketing, human resource, engineering, and operations (including customer service) teams. Some jobs accept English speakers, but many of them require German skills.
8) Sennder – Sennder is a digital road freight forwarder, enabling shipping companies get connected to fleets of thousands of trucks. Using innovative technology, they are one of the first companies to begin to digitize and automate road logistics processes. It’s an exciting space to be in and could help you further develop your career should you start working here. Who are they hiring? Sennder is recruiting for their tech team, account management, finance, and more. They hire English speakers, so apply now.
9) Babbel – Babbel has a subscription based language learning app and e-learning platform. Their product is used by millions of people around the globe and you could be part of taking it to the next level. They are hiring staff for customer care, marketing, sales, engineering etc. They also speak English at the workplace.
10) Tesla – Tesla is expanding their presence in Europe by building a new factory just outside of Berlin. They only have a handful of open positions right now, but expect the number of people they will hire to only increase as time goes by. At the time of this blog post’s publication, they are looking for HR staff, technicians, and security engineers, and more. Some job openings are in English. On a side note, do you know there’s a Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade? You should visit!
As mentioned above, this list started as a top ten and will be frequently updated. So check back here often as we continue to expand this list.
Are we missing any of the big players? Any of the smaller ones? Drop us a comment below and we’ll be sure to add your suggestions.
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Good To Know About Berlin
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